Let’s take a look at what we are going to be learning about today!
Thank you Maria, Tasnim, Surah and Sahra for giving your brain muscle such a great workout! Take a look at their work (below).
To all our wonderful year 3s, keep working hard but remember to also include fun activities into your day so that your brain gets a rest too. If you have any questions or would like to say hello, email us at this address: email@example.com (don't forget to include your name on the email so we know who it's from!)
1) Today, we are looking at Roman temples. Watch this video about ‘How Roman Cities are Designed and Built’. Click on the image below to access the video.
Do you notice any similarities?
I noticed that ...
Get creative and draw your own Roman temple. Make yours include columns, eggs and darts, a pediment and a capital. When you are finished, label your drawing.
3) Some extra information about Roman gods
If you would like to find out more about Roman Gods, click on the image below for more information. This website gives more information on how the Roman and Greek gods are linked.
Here is a news report about a Roman Temple found underneath the City of London.
Who’s there? Cows go. Cows go who?
No silly, cows go MOO!
Remember to send us your funny jokes so that we can share them with everyone. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org (don't forget to include your name on the email!)
1) Practice your 4 times tables. Click on the image below and follow the steps to practice your 4 times tables.
Practice more of your times tables on J2blast.
Make a 4 and 8 times tables poster so you can practice at home. Here are some examples.
Riddle: What becomes wetter the more it dries?
1) Let’s refresh our memory. Watch this video about ‘What is an algorithm?’
We create and follow algorithms all the time. For example when traveling to the shop we follow directions or when baking a cake we follow a recipe.
We are going to practice some coding! We are going to be programming with blocks commands. Click on the image below, watch the video and when it finishes, start coding.
If you want more practice, click the image below and try out the puzzle ‘The Collector'.
Great work today!
Remember you should be aiming to read for at least 20-30 minutes every day, either on Active Learn (Bug Club) or with a book.
Today’s story is read by Chris O’Dowd. Chris O’Dowd reads the story of Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller. Click the video to listen to him read an extract from the book. Let’s unwind and enjoy.
Remember, if you have any questions or would like to send your work for us to see, email us at: email@example.com (don't forget to include your name on the email so we know who it's from!)
(The answer to lunch time’s riddle is… a towel! )