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Friday 29th January

9:009:3010:0010:3011:0011:3012:001:001:302:152:153:00
SpellingEnglishZoomBreakMathsZoomLunchReadingComputingChild Directed TimeZoomStory

Zoom

Your Zoom calls will continue at their usual time on the timetable. The links can be found on the Year 3 page.

Spelling

Spelling test today! Ask someone at home to read each word for you to spell.

Mrs Porter’s spelling group

suddenly, sweetly, anxiously, conscientiously, definitely, entirely, immediately, patiently, separately, strangely, sufficiently, suspiciously.

Mrs Robinson’s spelling group

Choir, Christmas, chemistry, chemical, chorus, chrysalis, chronic, architect, orchestra, technology, chrome, orchid.

English

Handwriting

Look carefully at the joins below and then write 1 line of each.

Complete each word and copy the whole word using the correct joins.

SPAG

A simple noun phrase is a group of words which includes a noun. The noun is the main word in the phrase and the other words give information about it.

English

Today in English you will be designing a new more exciting character to give the map to the children in Quest.

Watch the video below which explains what I would like to be included in your work.

Now write your own character description. If you would like to draw a picture of your character along with your description, you can.

Maths

Maths Meeting

Complete the flashback 4.

Maths

Task 1

Watch the video below

Complete questions 1-4 on the worksheet then watch the second part of the lesson below.

Complete the worksheets.

Challenge!

Explain your answer and give examples.

Reading

Today I would like you to choose a book from home or choose one from the link below

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Once you have read the book I would like you to complete the sheet below.

Character- Who are the main characters in the story?

Setting- Where is the story set? Can you describe the setting?

Problem- Are the characters lost? Do they need to find treasure? What is the problem in your story?

Solution- How is the problem solved?

Computing

Watch the video below.

Child Directed Time

It is time for you to relax and have some fun with your family. You can do an activity of your choice or my idea for today is to try to be a record breaker.

Here are some records you could try to break:

  1. Most socks put on one foot in 30 seconds. The record is 28!
  2. Fastest time to type from a-z on a keyboard. The record is 3.14 seconds!
  3. Most t-shirts folded in 1 minute. The record is 23!
  4. Tallest zig-zag structure built with lego bricks, with one hand, in 30 seconds. The record is 30!

Story

Listen to the story below or relax and enjoy reading a book from home.

Thank you for working hard this week. Please send any work from today to year3@handale.rac.sch.uk.

Enjoy the weekend!

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