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Here is today's timetable:
PE with Joe Wickes
Watch the video on White Rose Home learning - year 3 - Week 2: Number: place value LESSON 4 (Number line to 1000) to remind you of the different methods to help you do this - remember to pause the video when it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Time for another brain break. Go grab yourself a drink and talk to someone about how you’re doing! Remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds before getting something to eat or after going to the toilet!
Joke: Why are teddy bears never hungry?
Answer: They’re always stuffed!
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1. Re-read ‘The Princess and the Pea’ by Hans Christian Anderson
• Read the story again, in your head and out loud. What can you spot new, when you read it this second time?
• Look at the picture called ‘Garden Scene’. This is from a version of the story by a writer called Lauren Child. The Prince is talking to the King and Queen. What do you think they could all be saying?
2. Write some speech
• Look at ‘Dialogue Scenes’ – these are scenes from the story. Make up some speech for each of the speech bubbles. Write it in ‘Dialogue Ideas’.
• Now try writing some of your ideas as direct speech with punctuation. Use the Revision Card and Dialogue Checklist to remind you how to do this.
Try this Fun-Time Extra
• Make your own miniature world, like the pictures in Lauren Child’s book.
It’s time to relax. First things first, remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds before you eat! What will you be devouring for lunch today? Something mouth-watering and deliciously healthy?
Riddle: What is yours but others use it more than you?
(The answer will be revealed at the end of the day...)
Who were the Vikings?
The Viking age in European history was from about AD700 to 1100. During this period many Vikings left their homelands in Scandinavia and travelled by longboat to other countries, like Britain and Ireland.
When the people of Britain first saw the Viking longboats they came down to the shore to welcome them. However, the Vikings fought the local people, stealing from churches and burning buildings to the ground.
The people of Britain called the invaders 'Danes', but they came from Norway and Sweden as well as Denmark.
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.
See you tomorrow for another day of learning!
(The answer to lunch time’s riddle is…Your name)