Monday 1st March 2021
Year 3 Home Learning -Term 4 Week 2
Monday 1st March
Welcome to Monday’s blog! This is our last week of online learning and we are so excited to see you next week. Here is an outline of the work we would like you to complete today.
Practice spelling words containing the phonemes ee, oo and or. Use your spelling strategies and carefully sound out each word. This is set as a 2Do on Purple Mash.
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 1 and 2 of A Sheep Dip to India. William misses his Grandma and when his parents say he can't go on the trip to India she has planned for him, he's incredibly upset. But is there a magical way he can get there? Test your understanding by completing the Quiz for each chapter. This is also set as a 2Do on Purple Mash.
Begin by listening to Chapters 12, 13 and 14 of Krindlekrax. You can access the video here. What has happened in the story so far? Today we would like you to make a prediction about the narrative. Answer these questions:
- What sort of story might this be?
- What do they think Corky is going to tell Ruskin?
- What is Krindlekrax and why will this creature be important?
- How might Ruskin overcome his problems?
Watch the video to take you through today’s learning.
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.
This week we will continue our learning on measurement. Today we are learning to compare lengths and order lengths based on measurements in mm, cm and m. Watch this video to help explain: https://vimeo.com/506146737
Join Jaime on an epic Star Wars: The Force Awakens yoga and mindfulness session. After this session, your body and brain will be as strong as a Jedi!
This term we are going to meet Taryn and her family, who are Humanists. We are going to find out about how being a Humanist affects their decisions and choices in life. We will try and answer the Big Question: ‘What is Humanism?’
Today’s learning question is ‘What do Humanists value?’. Use the resource sheet below to find out what is important to Humanists. Then design a building that represents things that Humanists value. Watch this video to help explain Humanism and to take you through today’s learning.