Year 3 – 3H – archived 2020
Welcome to our Year 3 page. Here you will find important information about our Class routines, curriculum and general information. We will also keep you updated about the amazing activities we have been getting up to at school. Please scroll down to keep up to date with our class blog.
The government have released a list of home learning websites arranged by subject for parents and children to access at home. For Year 3, access the resources linked to Key Stage 2.
Y3H – Monday 23rd November 2020
Happy Monday! I hope that you all had a great weekend. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Monday 23^{rd} November 2020.
I look forward to seeing you all back in school tomorrow.
There are 5 different activities: (1) Writing, (2) Maths, (3) SPAG, (4) PSHE and (5) A maths challenge.
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
SESSION 1: Writing: L.O. Write a paragraph to describe a winter scene
Describe everything in the picture – the snow, the trees, the leaves, the light, the metal lamppost and your footprints.
Do not just describe what your eyes see! Reach out to touch and tell me what everything feels like. Describe the sounds of the wind, and the animals. Describe the smells of the forest.
Use the adjective bank on the next page to help you.
SESSION 2: MATHS TIMES TABLE PRACTICEY3H
SPAG: Using Compound Words in sentences.
Compound words are new words that are created by joining two other words together! Can you create some compound words below?
SESSION 4:
PSHE: A new child in class!
Watch the video about a girl starting at a brand new school
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zjstsbk
How do you think she felt before going to her new school?
What could she do to feel better?
What could you do to help her feel better about starting at a new school?
SESSION 5:
H T O
3 2 7
The number 327 has: 3 hundreds, 2 tens and 7 ones.
So we can write: 327 = 300 + 20 + 7
Can you complete the following questions which partition the different columns into an addition calculation.
1. 152 = 100 + 50 + 2
2. 271 = 200 + ___ + 1
3. 385 = ___ + 80 + ___
4. ___ = 500 + 40 + 1
5. ___ = 300 + 8
6. 3960 = ____ + _____ + _____
7. ____ = 4000 + 80
8. ____ = 7000 + 9
Friday 20th November 2020
Happy Friday! I hope that you have had fun and worked hard all week! These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Friday 20^{th} November 2020:
There are 5 different activities: (1) Reading/Writing, (2) Maths, (3) SPAG, (4) Intervention and (5) .
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
SESSION 1: L.O. I can write questions.
Imagine you were going to meet your favourite hero or celebrity. Draw their picture and write their name.
Then I want you to ask them some questions about themselves and what they do. The first word of each question has been written.
Will you remember to use a question mark?
Picture
Name
Where |
What |
Why |
How |
Who |
When |
SESSION 2: Maths L.O. I can read and write time to the nearest minute.
This video explains how to write the time in words to the nearest minute:
SESSION 3 SPAG: Using before and because as conjunctions to write longer sentences
SESSION 4: FRENCH – LEARN THE FRENCH NAMES FOR COLOURS
Watch this video (the first 3 minutes) to learn the names for some French colours:
Then complete this word search to find the french colour names.
Complete as many as you can!
Counting back in 1s.
10 | 9 | 8 |
Counting back in 1s.
16 | 15 | 14 |
Counting back in 1s.
23 | 22 | 21 |
Counting back in 1s.
54 | 53 | 52 |
Counting back in 1s.
104 | 103 | 102 |
CHALLENGE: Counting back in 2s.
37 | 35 | 33 |
Y3H – Thursday 19th November 2020
Happy Thursday! I hope that you all enjoyed yesterday’s activities. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Thursday 19^{th} November 2020:
There are 5 different activities: (1) Reading/Writing, (2) Maths, (3) SPAG, (4) Intervention and (5) Science.
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
SESSION 1: L.O. I can improve sentences with powerful verbs.
These verbs (doing words) are boring! Can you find them and change them using more exciting verbs?
CHALLLENGE: Can you also add a powerful adverb (-ly word) into the sentence
SESSION 2: Maths
This video helps explain how to read time to the nearest 5 minutes past or 5 minutes to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnD2c49R8XE
19.11.20 L.O. Tell and Write Time
Activity 1: Tell time to the nearest 5 minutes (Count in 5s from the 12: forward if it is minutes past and backwards if it is minutes to.).
Activity 2: Draw time to the nearest 5 minutes.
SESSION 3: SPAG: Noun Phrases: Can you choose the most powerful adjectives to describe all the nouns in the pictures? The first one has been done for you You can use your own, or you can use any from the adjective bank below.
SESSION 4: SCIENCE – FORCES (GRAVITY)
Last week in science we learned about the friction, which can offer resistance to the forces of pushing and pulling.
Today we are finding out about gravity.
Watch the following BBC Bitesize video, then play the online activity and quiz before answering the following questions.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf66fg8/articles/zqbm3k7
Fill in the paragraph using the words:
Earth – greater – Newton – ground – force
Gravity is a ___________ that makes objects fall towards the
___________. The force of gravity is __________ on the Earth than on the Moon. It keeps the __________ in orbit around the Sun. Gravity was discovered by Sir Issac ___________.
SESSION 5: INTERVENTION: Capital Letters for PROPER NOUNS
Recognise that proper nouns always have a capital letter.
Proper nouns are names of people. Write down five of your friends in the box.
Proper nouns are names of places. Write down five places (towns, cities or countries) that you have visited.
Proper nouns are days of the week and months of the year. Write down the month you were born and what day of the week it is today.
Y3H – Wednesday 18 November 2020
Happy Wednesday! I hope that you all enjoyed yesterday’s activities. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Wednesday 18^{th} November 2020:
There are 5 different activities: (1) Reading/Writing, (2) Maths, (3) SPAG, (4) Intervention and (5) Design & Technology (Healthy Foood).
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
SESSION 1: 18.11.20 L.O. I can read a text and answer questions.
Independently, or with an adult helper, read the story. Then answer the questions!
The first question sheet is a little easier – the second is more challenging!
SESSION 2: Maths
Watch this video which reminds us how to read time to the hour (o’clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pht7dTlM0VA
18.11.20 L.O. Telling and Writing the Time using analogue clocks
Activity 1: Telling the time to the nearest quarter hour
Activity 2: Drawing the time to the nearest quarter hour.
Session 3: SPAG: Write and correct sentences with capital letters and full stops. Remember Names
Challenge:
Session4 D&T (Healty Food): To design and make a healthy meal based on our balanced plate
In the last few weeks we have learned of the importance of a balanced diet, and that the most healthy, balanced meals are ones that have some of each of the five different food groups in the correct proportion. This means for instance that there should be a greater amount of fruit and vegetables and carbohydrates, and smaller amounts of protein, dairy, fat and sugary foods.
Your task today is to help make a meal or a snack which is balanced and contains the correct amount of each of the 5 food groups.
After you have made it, you could take a photograph of your meal. Also, can you draw a colourful picture of the meal on the plate on the next page – labelling all of the different parts to tell us which of the 5 food groups that it comes from.
My Balanced Meal: Colourfully draw and label your balanced meal.
SESSION 5:
INTERVENTION: Past, present and future tense
The verb in each sentence is highlighted. Can you fill in the empty boxes to change each sentence to the past or present or future tense? The first two have been done for you. Remember! Not all verbs add -ed when they become past tense!
Past tense | Present tense | Future tense |
The girl jumped off. | The girl jumps off. | The girl will jump off. |
A dog was barking. | A dog is barking. | A dog will be barking. |
Sam climbed the hill. | Sam ______________ the hill. | Sam ________________ the hill. |
I ____________ to the shop. | I walk to the shop. | I ______________ to the shop. |
The rocket will fly . | ||
I forget my pen. |
Y3H – Tuesday 17 November 2020
Happy Tuesday! I hope that you all enjoyed yesterday’s activities. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Tuesday 17^{th} November 2020:
There are 5 different activities: (1) Reading/Writing, (2) Maths, (3) SPAG, (4) Maths Challenge and (5) History.
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
SESSION 1: 17.11.20 L.O. I can improve a sentence.
S.C. Improve sentences by adding punctuation, adjectives and extending the sentence with a conjunction.
Instructions: Read this boring sentence:
a dog has a ball
1. First, add capital letters and full stops.
A dog has a ball.
2. Next, come up with adjectives to describe the dog and the ball.
Dog: small, barking, fluffy Ball: yellow, round, soft
3. Then, add these adjectives into the sentence.
A small, barking, fluffy dog has a yellow, round, soft ball.
4. Finally, use one of these conjunctions at the end of the sentence to extend the sentence idea, and write the whole sentence out.
because if when that
A small, barking, fluffy dog has a yellow, round, soft ball that he plays with in the garden.
SESSION 2: Maths
Watch this video which explains the hour and minute hands and how to tell the time to the hour and half hour on an analogue clock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Posbu-VKxU
In today’s task – you are asked to write or mark the time that is 1 or 2 hours BEFORE or after the given time. Read the clocks carefully, then remember to add or subtract the indicated number of hours.
17.11.20 L.O. Calculate and draw the time before or after a given time.
ACTIVITY 1: Read the question carefull. Add or subtract the amount of time from the time on the clock.
Activity 2: Add or subtract the amount of time indicated from the given time under each clock. Then draw the new time on each clock face.
SESSION 3:
SPAG: Use Powerful and appropriate adjectives
SESSION 4:
HISTORY: I can use the internet and speak to relatives to find out information about shipbuilding in Sunderland.
We have found out that Sunderland was the biggest shipbuilding town in the world! There videos will give us a bit more information about our shipbuilding heritage.
https://www.facebook.com/BBCArchive/videos/2419655445021691/
In our last History lesson, we discussed what we knew about shipbuilding in Sunderland, and our class identified a number of questions that they would like to explore this half-term.
Your task is to choose just 1 or 2 questions (from those listed below). Use the internet and/or speak to relatives to find out any key facts of information that you can to help answer the question.
Questions to choose from:
- Why were ships built in Sunderland?
- What jobs were there in Sunderland shipyards?
- How were ships built in Sunderland?
- What happened to Sunderland shipyards during the war?
- How many ships were built in Sunderland?
- How many people worked in Sunderland shipyards?
- Where in Sunderland were the shipyards?
- Why did shipbuilding in Sunderland come to an end?
Write down the questions you choose and any facts or information that you find out.
Q1: |
Q2: |
SESSION 5:
Tuesday INTERVENTION: Multiplying multiples of 10.
Answer questions in the left column first. Then remember what we have learned about multiplying 10s.
Remember, if 4 x 2 = 8, then 40 x 2 = 80
Also, 4 x 20 = 80 and 40 x 20 = 800
3 x 2 = 6 | 30 x 2 = 60 | 3 x 20 = 60 | 30 x 20 = 600 |
5 x 2 = | 50 x 2 = | 5 x 20 = | 50 x 20 = |
7 x 2 = | 70 x 2 = | 7 x 20 = | 70 x 20 = |
3 x 5 = | 30 x 5 = | 3 x 50 = | 30 x 50 = |
6 x 10 = | 60 x 10 = | 6 x 100 = | 60 x 100 = |
9 x 5 = | 90 x 5 = | 9 x 50 = | 90 x 50 = |
Challenge: Can you write your own questions below that match the same pattern of questions above? | |||
Y3H – Monday 16 November 2020
Happy Monday! I hope that you all had a great weekend. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Monday 16^{th} November 2020:
There are 5 different activities: (1) Writing, (2) Maths, (3) SPAG, (4) Maths Challenge and (5) PSHE.
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
There are lessons to be completed today including: Phonics (reading and writing), maths and SPAG.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
SESSION 2: MATHS (TIME)
Watch this video which explains the hour and minute hands and how to tell the time to the hour and half hour on an analogue clock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Posbu-VKxU
16.11.20 L.O. Tell and mark the time on analogue clocks.
ACTIVITY 1: S.C. I can tell the time to the nearest hour.
Session One: PHONICS
GREEN BOOK GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mrs Simpson’s GREEN BOOK Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading more speedy green words at: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29098.html
2. Practice reading words with the -igh sound.
3. Read the Story Book again: The Get Fit Club: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29283.html
4. Write about how you feel when you exercise. Why do you feel that way?
Exercise makes me feel |
5. Where do you go to and who do you exercise with?
When I exercise |
Session One: PHONICS
DITTY GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mrs Keogh’s DITTY Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading the words in the green box below.
2. Then read the ditty story below.
3. Read and then write out the sentence: This cat can bang on a drum.
SESSION 2 MATHS:
ACTIVITY 1: L.O. Solve simple one step division problems
S.C. Divide by sharing small quantities.
This video shows you how to divide by sharing . Watch, then complete the activity below:
ACTIVITY 2: L.O. Solve simple one step division problems using formal division.
This video shows us how to divide more difficult numbers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kit9ru-PzC8
Also – this presentation can be clicked here to see how to do these more difficult divisions:
Maths Challenge:
Four friends share out 104 sweets between them. Can you use the formal method of division to find out how many each friend gets?
SESSION 5: SCIENCE – FRICTION AND FORCES.
Last week in science we learned about the forces of pushing and pulling. This week we are learning about friction.
Watch the following BBC Bitesize video, then play the online activity and quiz before answering the following questions.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zsxxsbk/articles/zxqrdxs
Then can you answer the following questions below:
Q1: Friction always ______________________ the speed of any object
(reduces/increases)
Q2: Smoother surfaces always have ___________ friction than rougher surfaces.
(more/less)
Q3: Spreading grit on icy roads can _________________ friction between a car and the road. (reduce/increase)
CHALLENGE: Do you have a toy car at home? Try letting it travel down or along different surfaces. Which surfaces allow it to move faster and further? Which surfaces slow it down more quickly? What have you found out about friction? Write sentences below to explain your findings. Tell me the surfaces with most and least friction.
Y3H – Thursday 12 November 2020
Happy Thursday! I hope that you all managed to access school work yesterday. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed in school on Thursday 12 November 2020:
This work can be (1) viewed online and written out on paper, or (2) printed out at home and written directly onto the print-outs..
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are working at home.
There are lessons to be completed today covering: Phonics (reading and writing), maths, SPAG, D&T (Healthy Food) and a mental maths challenge.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to farringdon@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
Session One: PHONICS (Note – if using the Oxford Owl links – registration is free for all to log in and takes just a minute!)
BLUE BOOK GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mr Hughes’s BLUE BOOK Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading some more of the speedy blue words at: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29094.html Challenge: Can you increase the speed of the timer to read the words more quickly?
2. Read the Story Book Save the Whale: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29254.html
3. Answer the following questions about the book.
Question 1:
Question 2:
Question 3:
Question 4:
Question 5:
Session One: PHONICS
GREEN BOOK GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mrs Simpson’s GREEN BOOK Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading more speedy green words at: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29098.html
2. Practice reading words with the -ee- sound.
3. Read the Story Book again: The Get Fit Club: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29283.html
4. Answer the following questions about the book.
Question 1: What exercise came after hopping? (P8-9)
Question 2: Why do people flop at the end of the story? (p12-13)
5. Write a sentence: What type of exercise do you like to do and where do you like to do it? Complete the sentence below to describe your favourite exercise and where you do it!
I like to |
Session One: PHONICS
DITTY GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mrs Keogh’s DITTY Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading the green and red words below.
2. Then read the ditty story below.
3. Read and then write out the sentence: The fox got on the top
SESSION 2 MATHS:
ACTIVITY 1: L.O. Solve simple one step division problems
S.C. Divide by sharing small quantities.
This video shows you how to divide by sharing . Watch, then complete the activity below:
ACTIVITY 2: L.O. Solve simple one step division problems using formal division.
Watch both of these videos. They shows us how to use formal short division to dive bigger numbers.
SESSION 3 SPAG: Using Verbs and Adverbs in a Sentence
SESSION 4: D&T – Healthy food and balanced diets.
Go through the powerpoint slides on healthy eating and how to design a healthy pizza.
We have discussed a balanced plate and the need to make sure that we eat from different food groups in the right proportions: i.e. more fruit and vegetables and fewer sweets and crisps!
Now: Complete the worksheet on the next page to design a healthy pizza. Then answer all the questions about the pizza you have made. Make sure that it is healthy AND colourful!
SESSION 5: Number Bonds – How quickly can you answer these questions?
If you answered these quickly – did you find a pattern? Write a sentence below to explain the pattern that you found out:
I found a pattern because…___________________________________________________________________
Y3H – Wednesday 11 November 2020
Happy Wednesday! Unfortunately, we have to work at home from today. These are the activities that relate to what we would have completed during today:
This work can be (1) viewed online at home, or (2) printed out at home.
Once you have completed your work, it can either be (1) written out on paper and returned to school, or (2) photographed and emailed back to school to be checked.
There will be another set of work available each day that we are off
There are lessons to be completed today covering: Phonics (reading and writing), maths and SPAG.
If you are unable to print any of these sheets, you can: write your work on paper, save on a memory stick to bring into school or photograph and email the work to thomas.hughes@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk.
Parents, please feel free to use the above email address if you have any questions about the work as I will be able to access my emails throughout the day.
Hope you are all keeping well.
Mr. Hughes
Session One: PHONICS (Note – if using the Oxford Owl links – registration is free for all to log in and takes just a minute!)
BLUE BOOK GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mr Hughes’s BLUE BOOK Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading the speedy blue words at: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29094.html
(until, beginning, apart, between, indeed, agreed, started, horse, animal, morning, before, across, chance, importantly, let’s).
2. Read the Story Book Save the Whale: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29254.html
3. Read each of these senenteces several times over. Then can you cover up the whole sentence and say the whole sentence again? When you can remember the whole sentence – then keep it covered up and write out the whole sentence on the lines below. Remember capital letters, full stops and other punctuation. NO PEEKING!
Sentence 1: It has long flippers and a fin on its back.
Sentence 2: Let’s make our waters safe for the humpback whale.
Session One: PHONICS
GREEN BOOK GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mrs Simpson’s GREEN BOOK Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading the speedy green words at: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29098.html
2. Practice reading words with the -ay sound.
3. Read the Story Book: The Get Fit Club: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29283.html
4. Read each of these senenteces several times over. Then can you cover up the whole sentence and say the whole sentence again? When you can remember the whole sentence – then keep it covered up and write out the whole sentence on the lines below. Remember capital letters, full stops and other punctuation. NO PEEKING!
Sentence 1: Do a hand stand.
Sentence 2: Skip and do a back flip.
Session One: PHONICS
DITTY GROUP ONLY:
For children in Mrs Keogh’s DITTY Group: Access the following links:
1. Practice reading the green and red words below.
2. Then read the ditty story below.
3. Read and then write out the sentence: Dad had a sun hat.
SESSION 2 MATHS:
L.O. To multiply using number lines.
This video shows you how to multiply using a number line. Watch, then complete the activity below:
Activity One: Draw jumps of 2 on each of the number lines. How many jumps do you have? Match the number line to the correct picture that matches the number of jumps.
Activity Two: There are 5×2 footballs and 6×2 biscuits. Mark on the correct number of jumps of 2 to find the answer to 5×2 and 6×2.
Activity 3: We Learned last week that if 3×2=6, then 30 x 2 = 60. If 7×5=35, then 70x5=350.
We also learned that we could “swap” multiplication around to get the same answer: i.e. 10×2 equals 2×10.
So if we get a times table we do not know such as 5 x 6, we can swap it around and do 6×5 instead!
Today we are multiplying large numbers by partitioning. The first question on each activity has been completed for you!
Activity 1:
Activity 2:
Now remember: If you do not know 5×7, try 7×5 instead!
SESSION 3 SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar)
We have discussed the following word classes:
Nouns: Objects, places, names and ideas.
Verbs: doing words.
Adjectives: Describing words
Adverbs: Modify Verbs and tell you how something is done.
Can you sort the following words into the correct word class columns?
Score out the words on the left as you place them into the correct columns.
SESSION 4: Our class is having additional practice laying out our own maths work in columns.
Write out and answer the questions on the grid paper using column addition.
1. 27+21 2. 36+13 3. 28+14 4. 67+23 5.172+54
2 November 2020 Y3H
Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 2 November
Maths: This video shows how to use the column method for addition and can be watched to help practice skills used in these activities:
This video shows how we will use the 2 times table to help work out or 4 times table.
We will also be using arrays to calculate using our 3 and 4 times table: This video shows how:
https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-arrays-for-the-3x-and-4x-tables-c5j30r
And we will try to understand the inverse relationship between multiplication and division.
19 October 2020 Y3H
Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 12 October
Maths: This video shows how to use the column method for subtraction and can be watched to help practice skills used in these activities: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/subtracting-using-the-column-method-6mr38r
12 October 2020 Y3H
Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 12 October
Maths: This video shows how to use the column method for addition and can be watched to help practice skills used in these activities: https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/applying-and-consolidating-column-method-for-addition-and-subtraction-cgvpcc
12.10.20 L.O. To understand how grave goods give us some information about the past.
S.C. To think about which objects survive, and what they tell us about their owners.
Would Survive | Would not survive |
5 October 2020 Y3H
Welcome back everyone! Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 5 October
ACTIVITY 1: 5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
S.C. Find 1 more than any number 1-20.
Number | 1 more (+1) |
2 | |
7 | |
12 | |
9 | |
14 | |
16 |
ACTIVITY 2: 5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
S.C. Find 1 more than any number 1-50.
Number | 1 more (+1) |
12 | |
20 | |
31 | |
36 | |
19 | |
42 |
ACTIVITY 3: 5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
S.C. Find 1 more than any number 1-100.
Number | 1 more (+1) |
43 | |
62 | |
54 | |
89 | |
75 | |
99 |
5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
Challenge:
Can you find 3 more than these numbers?
Number | 3 more (+3) |
23 | |
65 | |
38 | |
79 | |
25 | |
47 |
ACTIVITY 4: 5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
S.C. Find 1 less than any number 1-20.
Number | 1 more (+1) |
2 | |
7 | |
12 | |
9 | |
14 | |
16 |
ACTIVITY 5: 5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
S.C. Find 1 less than any number 1-50.
1 less (-1) | Number |
23 | |
20 | |
34 | |
28 | |
40 | |
37 |
ACTIVITY 6: 5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
S.C. Find 1 less than any number 1-100.
1 less (-1) | Number |
52 | |
79 | |
60 | |
93 | |
82 | |
100 |
5.10.20 L.O. Find 1 more and 1 less than a given number.
Challenge:
Can you find 2 less than these numbers?
Number | 2 less (-2) |
45 | |
58 | |
32 | |
89 | |
51 | |
90 |
ACTIVITY 1: 6.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Partition 2 digit numbers.
T O
1. 3 6 = ________tens and ________ones
T O
2. 2 9 = ________tens and ________ones
T O
3. 5 2 = ________tens and ________ones
T O
4. 4 7 = ________tens and ________ones
T O
5. 7 0 = ________tens and ________ones
ACTIVITY 2: 6.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Partition 2 digit numbers.
T O
1. 3 6 = 30 + 6
T O
2. 5 7 = ____ + __
T O
3. 8 2 = ____ + __
T O
4. 4 9 = ____ + __
T O
5. 2 8 = ____ + __
ACTIVITY 3: 6.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Combine 2 digit numbers.
T O
1. 5 tens and 4 ones = __ __
T O
2. 3 tens and 7 ones = __ __
T O
3. 6 tens and 3 ones = __ __
T O
4. 8 tens and 9 ones = __ __
T O
5. 2 tens and 0 ones = __ __
ACTIVITY 4: 6.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Combine 2 digit numbers.
T O
1. 20 + 4 = __ __
T O
2. 50 + 3 = __ __
T O
3. 70 + 8 = __ __
T O
4. 90 + 0 = __ __
CHALLENGE: 6.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Partition 2 digit numbers.
1. Iim thinking of a number with 7 tens and 1 one: write in numerals = ___ ___
2. Iim thinking of a number with 3 tens and 8 ones: write in numerals = ___ ___
3. Im thinking of a number with 2 ones and 3 tens: write in numerals = ___ ___
4. Im thinking of a number with 9 ones and 1 ten: write in numerals = ___ ___
ACTIVITY 5: 7.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Partition 3 digit numbers.
H T O
1. 1 4 3 = ________hundreds ________tens and ________ones
H T O
1. 7 5 6 = ________hundreds ________tens and ________ones
H T O
1. 4 2 0 = ________hundreds ________tens and ________ones
H T O
1. 9 0 7 = ________hundreds ________tens and ________ones
H T O
1. 3 8 5 = ________hundreds ________tens and ________ones
H T O
1. 6 0 0 = ________hundreds ________tens and ________ones
ACTIVITY 6: 7.10.20 L.O. I can combine and partition numbers.
S.C. Partition 2 digit numbers.
H T O
1. 1 3 6 = 100 + 30 + 6
H T O
2. 2 5 7 = _____ + ____ + ___
H T O
3. 8 4 9 = _____ + ____ + ___
H T O
4. 5 7 0 = _____ + ____ + ___
H T O
5. 4 0 2 = _____ + ____ + ___
w/c 28 September 2020 Y3H
Welcome back everyone! Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 21^{st} September 2020.
Reading/PSHE – we are reading this story together and thinking about the problem
WRITING:
SCIENCE:
Igneous rock, which was once a liquid (magma) as discovered in the last session last week.
Sedimentary rock, which is usually the softest kind. Made from particles of sand, clay, animal or plant remains. These collect in layers at the bottom of seas and lakes and are pressed down (by water and other layers) to form rock over millions of years (chalk, limestone, sandstone, mudstone, shale, coal).
This video shows how sedimentary rocks are formed using the video clip at http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/the-formation-of-sedimentary-rock/10621.html
Metamorphic rock is formed when buried rock is pressed and squeezed by forces inside the Earth. The pressed rock gets hot but does not melt, e.g. limestone changes to marble, shale/mudstone to slate.
Watch the video. Can the children write any facts that they have discovered about sedimentary rocks below.
w/c 21 September 2020 Y3H
Welcome back everyone! Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 21^{st} September 2020.
MATHS:
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WRITING: Draw lines to add adjectives to describe different things in the picture of the boy and girl. Use your senses of sight, hearing, touch and smell to describe them, their clothes and the things they wear. I have given you some examples.
Writing: Now can you complete a descriptive paragraph all about the Stone Age boy and girl, using the adjectives you have collected?
The boy has large round glasses which cover his eyes.
SCIENCE:
This youtube link accesses a song about the 3 types of rocks that exist on our planet. We will be using this song as a starting point to discuss how all 3 types of rocks are formed.
The wordsearch below is hiding some of the key vocabulary that we will use this half-term in our study of rocks and soils.
HISTORY:
This week we will be exploring when the Stone Age was, and identifying key questions and facts about the Stone Age.
You could ask your child to research about when the Stone Age was, and to draw a picture below showing people in the Stone Age.
w/c 14 September 2020 Y3H
Welcome back everyone! Here are some of the key things that Y3H will be working on in the week beginning 14^{th} September 2020.
MATHS: Place value and patterns in counting forward and backwards in numbers up to 100.
MONDAY Worksheet 1: Counting up in 1s: Complete and find the missing numbers
6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | |||
15 | 16 | 17 | ||||
24 | 26 | 27 | 28 | |||
66 | 67 | 69 | 71 | 72 | ||
82 | 83 | 84 |
Worksheet 2: Counting back in 1s: Complete and find the missing numbers
10 | 9 | 8 | 7 | |||
15 | 14 | 13 | ||||
34 | 33 | 32 | 31 | |||
55 | 54 | 52 | 51 | |||
83 | 82 | 81 |
Worksheet 3: Counting up in 2s from 0 then 6 then 3 then 15 then 16 then 23 (first 3 numbers given)
0 | 2 | 4 | 6 | |||
3 | 5 | 7 | ||||
15 | 17 | 19 | ||||
14 | 16 | 18 | ||||
23 | 25 | 27 |
Worksheet 4: Counting up in 10s.
0 | 10 | 20 | 30 | |||
40 | 50 | 60 | ||||
3 | 13 | 23 | 33 | |||
37 | 47 | 57 | ||||
56 | 66 | 76 |
ChallengeA: Find the missing numbers in sequences. – all as above with mixed 2 and 10 sequences.
7 | 9 | 11 | 15 | |||
28 | 30 | 34 | 38 | |||
25 | 55 | 65 | 85 | |||
46 | 50 | 52 | 54 | |||
73 | 83 | 93 |
Worksheet 5: Counting forward in 5s.
0 | 5 | 10 | 15 | |||
20 | 25 | 30 | ||||
2 | 7 | 12 | 17 | |||
14 | 19 | 24 | ||||
48 | 58 | 73 | 78 |
Worksheet 6: Counting forward in 3s
0 | 3 | 6 | 9 | |||
1 | 4 | 7 | 10 | |||
2 | 5 | 8 | ||||
14 | 17 | 23 | 26 | |||
43 | 46 | 49 |
ChallengeB: Find the missing numbers in sequences – all increasing by 3 and 5.
15 | 18 | 21 | ||||
22 | 25 | 31 | 34 | |||
17 | 22 | 32 | 47 | |||
55 | 61 | 64 | 67 | |||
41 | 44 | 56 | 59 |
Note: 100 squares and counters to help LA and as required. Check additional SEN needs.
Worksheet 7: Counting down in 2s.
14 | 12 | 10 | 8 | |||
28 | 26 | 24 | ||||
17 | 15 | 13 | ||||
39 | 37 | 35 | ||||
50 | 46 | 44 | 42 |
Worksheet 8: Counting DOWN in 10s
100 | 90 | 80 | 70 | |||
150 | 140 | 130 | ||||
137 | 127 | 117 | 107 | |||
163 | 153 | 143 | ||||
122 | 112 | 102 |
Challenge C: Find the missing numbers in sequences. – all back as above with mixed 2 and 10 sequences.
156 | 146 | 136 | ||||
78 | 76 | 74 | ||||
125 | 115 | 105 | ||||
87 | 85 | 83 | ||||
58 | 56 | 54 |
Worksheet 9: Counting BACK in 5s.
50 | 45 | 40 | ||||
85 | 80 | 75 | ||||
62 | 57 | 52 | ||||
94 | 89 | 84 | ||||
122 | 117 | 112 |
Worksheet 10: Counting back in 3s
30 | 27 | 24 | ||||
40 | 37 | 34 | ||||
62 | 59 | 56 | ||||
94 | 91 | 88 | ||||
56 | 53 | 50 |
SCIENCE:https://www.youtube.com/embed/jPgE74Vltdc?feature=oembed
This youtube link accesses a song about the 3 types of rocks that exist on our planet. We will be using this song as a starting point to discuss how all 3 types of rocks are formed.
The wordsearch below is hiding some of the key vocabulary that we will use this half-term in our study of rocks and soils.
HISTORY:
This week we will be exploring when the Stone Age was, and identifying key questions and facts about the Stone Age.
You could ask your child to research about when the Stone Age was, and to draw a picture below showing people in the Stone Age.
My Stone Age Facts: |