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Friday 5th March 2021

Year 3 Home Learning -Term 4 Week 2

Friday 5th March

We have made it! Thank you for all of the support and encouragement during home learning. We cannot wait to see you back in class on Monday. Here is an outline of the work we would like you to complete today.



Practice your phonics knowledge by using www.phonicshero.com. Phonics Hero has fun and interactive games that build reading and spelling skills gradually and teaches the 44 different sounds. If your login is not in your child’s contact book, please message your teacher for the login details!



Read Chapter 7 of A Sheep Dip to India. In spite of the monkeys giving chase, William makes it back to his starting point and is able to return home. To his amazement, his parents have had a major rethink and it's only then that Grandma's envelope is finally opened. Test your understanding of the final chapter by completing the 2Do Quiz on Purple Mash.



If you haven’t listened to Chapters 15, 16 and 17, begin by watching this video. Look back at the questions you wrote about Corky yesterday. Today you will be working as interviewers and interviewing Corky for a magazine following his encounter underneath Lizard Street. Write a question from yesterday followed by a response. Can you include the correct punctuation when writing speech? Watch this video to help explain how to do this. 



Begin by working out the four challenges in the maths starter. Don’t forget to show your working out! Then move on to Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving.


Today we are learning to calculate perimeter. The perimeter is the distance all the way around the outside of a 2D shape. To work out the perimeter, add up the lengths of all the sides. Can you measure simple perimeters and compare them? Watch this video to help explain: https://vimeo.com/507926422



Write a poem about a chosen predator. This could be an acrostic poem, a list poem, or a Kenning poem. Here is my example of a Kenning poem:



Brown-white creature

Feathered predator

Carnivorous hawk

Insect eater

Small mammal eater

Broad-winged flier

Slow flier

Swooping surpriser

Woodland dweller