Buenos días Year 3! ¿Qué tal? (How are you?) We hope you’re keeping well and staying happy.
Here is today’s timetable:
Thank you so much everyone for your amazing efforts for challenging your brain muscle. Thank you parents and carers for endlessly supporting the children with their learning. We really love receiving and reading your fabulous work. So, if you would like to send work in, email us at: email@example.com (remember to write your name!). Take a look at some work by Sahra, Zakariya, Ridwan, Yusuf K and Surah.
1) Warm-up: Download the sheet and find the missing numbers to complete each number sequence. Remember to find the rule first!
2) Today, we are learning about angles as turns.
Download the sheets and use the vocabulary on the left to complete the questions. How many right angles has each person turned? How much of a turn have they made?
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Watch this short animation. What did you like or dislike about it? Did anything surprise you? Watch it again to catch anything you might have missed.
1) Warm-up: Watch the video to recap what pronouns are.
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a. What is the full name of the main character of the story?
b. When Iggy was two years old, what two things did he use to build his tower?
c. What did Iggy build with peaches and apples?
d. Why didn’t Miss Lila Greer allow Iggy to construct (build) buildings?
e. What changed Miss Lila Greer’s mind in the end about building things?
Buenas tardes! Have you been practising your Spanish?
1) Do you remember your days of the week? Listen to this video to review the days of the week. Try writing the date in Spanish!
Well done everyone for working really hard today. Let’s take time to unwind and relax.
Today’s story, The Word Collector, is written and illustrated by Peter Hamilton Reynolds. Click the video to listen to Barack and Michelle Obama read the story.
Enjoy the rest of your day and we shall see you tomorrow for more fun learning. Adiós!