Please find below the learning for the week commencing 1st March 2021.
This week we are looking at a range of fairy tales, learning their features and doing some short fun activities each day.
Lesson 1: Reading Comprehension
Watch the video Robin Hood Reading Comprehension.
The focus is on answering inference questions. Read the text and complete the questions using the instruction in the video.
Lesson 4: Watch this video about changing the ending to a fairy tale. Today you are boxing up a fairytale of your choice and then writing a plan for your change. Here is the first link that appears in the video, scroll down the page to find examples of twisted fairy tales. Here is the second link for another example and here is the link for the Little Red Riding hood story if you are unsure of it. Fill in your plan for your change of ending using the sheet labelled Thursday.
Lesson 1 - Arithmetic challenge
Have a go at the arithmetic questions sheet below. The websites below will remind you of our methods for completing the different types of calculations:
Column subtraction: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zy2mn39/articles/zc78srd
Multiplying 3 numbers together: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zr9xqfr
Lesson 2 - Equivalent fractions
Watch this video by Mrs Gregory and then complete the sheet attached.
Lesson 3 - Equivalent fractions
Watch this video by Mrs Gregory and then complete the attached sheet.
This website will help you with finding equivalent fractions so use it if you get stuck.
Lesson 4 - Fractions
Watch this video and use your playing cards to play some fraction games. You can also download the game instructions and the fraction wall.
Lesson 5 - Fractions
As we have been learning a lot about fractions, let’s put this knowledge to good use and solve some fraction problems. Watch this video then choose your challenge.
Lesson 1: 'gue' and 'que' words
Complete this lesson Year 3 Spelling: 'gue' and 'que' words
Lesson 2: Spellings practice: Look, Cover, Say, Write, Check
Here are your spellings for the week:
Download the Look, Cover, Say, Write, Check sheet from the bottom of this page to practice your spellings.
Lesson 3: Handwriting spelling practice
Download the handwriting spelling sheet from the bottom of this page and practise your spellings.
Lesson 4: Find the definition
Use a dictionary or the Oxford English dictionary online to find out the definition of each of your spellings. Can you think of an antonym and synonym?
Lesson 5: Write it in a sentence
Have a go at putting each of your spellings into a sentence. As an extra challenge can you create a paragraph which includes all of your spellings but also makes sense?
Research your animal from the River Stour’s lifecycle and then draw a labelled diagram. Remember you should be doing one of these animals:
White-letter hairstreak (butterfly)
In today’s lesson you will be creating either a 2D or a 3D representation of a river. You will need to make sure you label your work with all the vocabulary you learned when making your river vocabulary mini book. Watch Mrs Gregory’s video lesson.
To remind you of the features if you have forgotten:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsXKv1yfNFk river journey song
Draw with Rob
Watch this video here about what your task is today. Then follow this link to Rob’s page and select a video you’d like to follow and have a go at drawing yourself. Have fun! Use a plain piece of paper and pencil, colour it in afterwards if you are able to.