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Maths (Click on the red words to open a link.)
Here is a link to White Rose Maths Home Learning. It does 5 maths lessons a week. This week is Summer Term 5. You will need a username and password to access this week's learning. Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will send you the username and the password.
Below is a number of the week challenge, a times table grid and a number bond grid as well as an Nrich maths challenge to have a go at. I have left up last week's challenges too if you didn't get round to them.
NRICH maths challenge/game wb 1.6.20
This week's game is How Many. See if you can work it out.
English Learning week beginning 1.6.20
This week, we are going to be practising some of the skills that make us really good writers.
The first of these is subordinate clauses. A clause is part of a sentence. A subordinate clause is a section of a sentence that wouldn't make sense on its own and only works as part of a sentence. In the sentence 'I played at the park until it was lunchtime', the subordinate clause is 'until it was lunchtime'. 'I played at the park' makes sense on its own, but 'until it was lunchtime' isn't a full sentence.
Subordinate clauses are joined to the main part of a sentence with a conjunction. We can remember the conjunctions to use with subordinate clauses by saying 'I SAW A WABUB':
I - if
S - since
A - as
W - when
A - although
W - while
A - after
B - before
U - until
B - because
Can you learn what 'I SAW A WABUB' stands for off by heart?
Now follow this online lesson to help you learn more about subordinating conjunctions.
We are also going to practise using apostrophes for possession. This means using an apostrophe to show that something belongs to someone. For example 'Mrs Butcher's dog' shows that the dog belongs to Mrs Butcher. 'Mrs Ladd's drawing' shows that the drawing belongs to Mrs Ladd. If the person who owns the thing already ends in an s, we don't add another s, just the apostrophe - 'Mr Davies' bike'. Can you write some sentences about the things that belong to people in your family?
This online lesson will help you practise using apostrophes for possession.
Lastly for this week, we'd love to know what you are reading at home. Remember, reading is so important for all areas for learning. Could you write a book review? You could use one from the website, or why not make up your own? Remember to include the title, the author, the setting and the characters. Explain why you did or didn't enjoy the book. Have you read any other books by the same author, or ones that have a similar theme?
Science Home Learning week beginning 1.6.20
This term, we are going to be revising the science unit 'Animals, Including Humans'. Humans are animals too!
This resource will help explain everything we learn in Year 3 about animals including humans.
These activities will help you learn more about a healthy diet.
PSHE -Home Learning -Week Monday 1st June
Mrs Ryder has done another amazing assembly for all of you!
This term we are learning about all sorts of changes that happen to us and our bodies.
We are growing and changing all the time. Have a look at the word document below and see if you can answer the questions.
There will be some very cute pictures for you to see and enjoy!
TOPIC WORK -Home Learning- Monday 1st June
-'Kensuke's Kingdom' by Michael Morpurgo !
Michael had to survive on an island.
Some plants live on islands and hot deserts.
Look at the word sheet below about desert plants and draw some pictures with information about your favourite 4 plants and what makes them good for surviving in hot climates.
Can you find the names of some deserts on a world map ?
Write down the names of them and remember that names begin with capital letters!
Art Home Learning -Week 1st June
In PSHE we are learning about how we have changed since we were babies. Can you draw 3 objects or toys that were your favourite things when you were a baby? It maybe a teddy, doll, special blanket, cuddly toy or piece of material that you dragged everywhere with you or perhaps needed beside you in order to go to sleep.
Write the name of the object beside your drawing and where/when you needed it. Colour it in if you wish.
Music Home Learning week beginning 1.6.20
This week, we are going to be thinking about rhythm. The easiest way to think of what rhythm is is to think about the pattern the words in a song or rap make. Have fun with this lesson learning all about rhythm and beatboxing!
French Home Learning week beginning 1.06.20
In this video, we meet Ben who is learning French at school. Ben finds out about some common French greetings. Could you practise saying these to people? Why not film yourself saying some of these greetings so we can see them on the class blog?
PE Home Learning
Cosmic Kids Yoga is a great resource to help you keep fit and active.
Joe Wicks YouTube Channel has a daily PE With Joe session. These are exhausting and will get you super fit!
Twinkl Free Resources
Many of you will already be aware that Twinkl have provided free membership for parents during the school closure. The learning packs children who were in school this week received were all from this site. Visit www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS
Here are some useful links below.
English Learning Activities
Check the links below to find some English Learning opportunities. Remember you can sign you to Twinkl for free for a month.
Visit www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS