Y3 Learning This Week

Please find below the learning for the week commencing 22nd February 2021.

 

1. English – SPaG 
2. Maths - Measure
3. Spellings –  Year 3 and 4 Words
4. History - Romans 1
5. History - Romans 2 

 

1. English

In English this week you are continuing to look at diary entries and will be writing your own. 

Lesson 1 – Reading Comprehension

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9AtfLCdJi4&feature=youtu.be
Watch the video, then download Monday’s reading activity from the bottom of the page. Read the text and answer the questions

Lesson 2 – Prefixes
In this lesson you are going to look at the prefixes ‘dis’ and ‘in’. Work through Tuesday’s section of the PDF and then download Tuesday’s activity from below.

Lesson 3 – Speech marks
Work through Wednesday’s section of the PDF and then download Wednesday’s speech mark activity. Use your knowledge of speech marks to copy out the speech from each speech bubble, punctuate correctly and use a reported clause.

Lesson 4 - Speech marks 
Work through Thursday’s section of the PDF and then download Thursday’s speech mark activity from below. You task is to write the speech bubbles as a conversation.

Lesson 5 - Reading Comprehension

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCM_xht-uCI&feature=youtu.be
Watch the video of the text being read to you, then download Friday’s reading activity and the text from the bottom of the page. Answer the questions, using the text to help you.

 

 

2. Maths 

Watch the video for each lesson and then have a go at the lesson worksheet which you can download from the bottom of the page. 

Lesson 1:  Measure length
https://vimeo.com/503131096 
Watch the video above and have a go at the Lesson 1 worksheet below.
Lesson 2:  Equivalent lengths – m and cm 
https://vimeo.com/504467081 

Watch the video above and have a go at the Lesson 1 worksheet below.

Lesson 3:  Equivalent length – cm and mm 
https://vimeo.com/504918866 
Lesson 4: Comparing lengths
https://vimeo.com/505647236  
Lesson 5: Mental maths
Watch the start of the video, complete the worksheet and then use the rest of the video to check your answers.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFMGw0eoBuU&list=PL1plg0rRtnQhfp04Hoce8w...
 

 

3. Spellings 

Lesson 1 – Year 3 and 4 words

Have a look at these Year 3 and 4 spelling words: 

reign, remember, sentence, separate, special, straight 

Have a go at the Look, Cover, Say, Write, Check sheet from the bottom of this page to practice your spellings.Did you get them right? 

Lesson 2 – Year 3 and 4 words continued
Using the Year 3 / 4 words that you used yesterday, have a go at writing these words in a sentence. It  can be a silly or a sensible sentence.

For an extra challenge – can you write two of the words into one sentence that makes sense? 

Lesson 3 – Scribble spellings
Using the Year 3 / 4 words that you are learning this week, fill in the scribble spellings sheet saved below with all of your spellings or create your own spelling scribble – remember that you can do it in a variety of different colours to make it more exciting. 
For an extra challenge – add in some of the words we were practising in class in the Autumn term or use the list of words in your diary to help you. 

Lesson 4 - Handwriting spelling practise
Download the handwriting spelling sheet from the bottom of this page and practice your spellings.

Lesson 5 – Writing a short story. 
Have a go at using the words to write a short story. You need to include all 6 words, it can be a silly story. 
 

 

4.  History - Romans 1

Have a look at these two websites to find out more about the Romans:
 https://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_rome/clothing.php
https://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_rome_army_legions.php
Then complete the question sheet which you can download from the bottom of this page, answering questions about the clothes that Romans and Roman soldiers wore.
 

5. History - Romans 2 

Have a look at this website all about what the Romans introduced to Britain:
http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/Romans.html#7
Use this website to describe 5 things that the Romans introduced or developed in Britain that we still use or see in our lives today.