Friday 22nd May
Good morning everyone! We know so many of you have been working really hard this week and we have seen some great photographs of Stonehenge information booklets, Stonehenge models, magnetic compasses and work linked to algorithms! Well done! We hope you have also enjoyed the games using computational thinking concepts!!
Here is Friday’s Home Learning!
Word of the Day: coherent
For your reading task today, either spend 20 minutes reading your own book or if you know you still have books to read on Bug Club, log-on and choose another book to read on the website!
Writing: Have you been practising your spellings this week? If you haven’t looked at them since Monday, have a quick look to see if you can spell all the words in the phrases!
For our phonics activity today, log onto Phonics Play using the free username (march20) and password (home). Then click on ‘Play Free Resources’. Have a go on any games that cover Phase 5 or 6 (if you hover over the pictures, you can see the phases in circles).
Maths – First, remember to practise your times tables!
Now have a go at these arithmetic questions! Remember to use your written strategies for larger numbers! You can all now use column addition and subtraction, grid multiplication and the bus stop strategy for division!
If you’d like to try another Maths activity, have a go at one of the Barefoot Mini Missions focusing on Logic. Click on the link below!
Finally, have a go at these tennis activities! Scroll down to KS2.
And that brings us to the end of a whole Half Term of Home Learning, 7 weeks of Home Learning altogether! We know the children have been working hard to continue their learning at home and we would like to say a huge well done to them all! We would also like to say thank you to all the Year 3 parents who have become Home Teachers! We really appreciate everything you have done and hope our ideas and suggestions on WordPress have been useful and have given you a structure for the children’s work at home. Have a great Half Term and a well-deserved break. We know it’s not easy juggling work and teaching plus everyday family life.
The Year Three team.
And just in case you want some ideas for next week!!
And if you like competitions …
(The competition is totally optional, just something I came across!)