Tuesday 2nd February
|Spelling||English||Zoom||Break||Maths||Zoom||Lunch||Reading||Art||Zoom||Children’s Mental Health Week activity|
Well done for working so hard yesterday, Year 3. Mrs Brodie and I are very proud of you all.
Have you signed up to Marvellous Me yet and sent your consent to email@example.com? If you haven’t, it is important that you do. This week, daily activities for Children’s Mental Health Week will be posted on Marvellous Me.
This week is Mental Health week, we will be completing daily activities throughout the week and then on Friday we will be having a technology free day and celebrating rainbow day. Please check Marvellous Me to find out more information about this.
Zoom calls will continue at the usual times and the links can be found on the year 3 home learning page.
|Mrs Porter’s group|
The suffix -sion
collision, confusion, conclusion, corrosion, division, erosion, exclusion, explosion, extension, inclusion, intrusion, invasion
|Mrs Robinson’s group|
sh sound made with ch
chef, chalet, machine, brochure, parachute, moustache
Prefix – super
supervision, supersonic, superman, supermarket, superstar, superglue
Today, I would like you to practice your spellings in pyramids.
Today, you will be revisiting fronted adverbials and fronted adverbial phrases.
Watch the video and then complete the activities.
Sort the adverbials and adverbial phrases into the correct place on the grid below.
|Time (when)||Place (where)||Manner (how)|
Yesterday, In the distance, Happily, As quick as a flash, After lunch, Before long, Terrifyingly, Near the lake, Above, Soon, Below,
Add an adveribial or adverbial phrase of your own to each of the columns.
2. Complete the sentences below by adding fronted adverbials or fronted adverbial phrases.
_________________________________, the door creaked open.
_______________________________, the trees swayed in the strong breeze.
____________________________, I ate my tea and then brushed my teeth.
____________________________, I ran to school.
Today, you will be writing a setting description using your ideas from yesterday’s lesson.
Watch the video below to look at my example of a setting description.
Try to include:
- Descriptive writing throughout – adjectives, similes, alliteration, powerful verbs and adverbs
- Sentence openers – fronted adverbials, fronted adverbial phrases, -ing openers
- Sentence types – sentence of 3, compound sentences, complex sentences
Today, you will be practicing a range of times tables.
2 x 4 =
3 x 6 =
7 x 2 =
5 x 5 =
12 x 4 =
11 x 6 =
9 x 3 =
4 x 2 =
7 x 10 =
_ x 5 = 35
_ x 6 = 24
_ x 4 = 32
_ x 3 = 24
Today, we will continue to focus our reading session around National Story Telling Week.
Read the story below and then complete the reading activities.
- Answer the following questions:
- Where are the characters?
- Why does the purple man talk through gritted teeth at the start?
- What will Doctor Magnetor do if he wins?
- What did Doctor Magnetor grab hold of?
2. Now I would like you to use your prediction skills to tell the ending of the story. I would like you to do this verbally, just like Michael Rosen did yesterday. You may wish to draw yourself some pictures to help you tell the ending of the story. You may need to practice telling your story a couple of times before you tell your final story. Think about what made Michael Rosen’s storytelling so interesting and try to include this in your story telling.
This week, our art lesson will focus on Children’s Mental Health Week and we will be focussing on expressing ourselves.
We are all unique and individual, but what makes you, you? What do you love doing? Are there things that make you feel happier when you are low, or help you to relax when you are worried?
Make a piece of artwork expressing yourself. It can be a pencil drawing, painting, a sculpture, a piece of textiles, a photograph or a collage.
Please check Marvellous Me for today’s activity.
Well done for completing today’s home learning. Now it is time to relax and enjoy a story. Remember to send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org