Tuesday 26th January 2021
Year 3 Home Learning – Tuesday 26th January
Welcome to Tuesday’s blog! Please let your teachers know if you need any resources or logins to support your home learning.
Here is an outline of the work we would like you to complete today:
Today’s grammar lesson focuses on different sentence types. There are four types of sentences: statement, command, exclamation, and question. Watch the videos on this website to find out more then complete the 2Do Toy Shelf on Purple Mash.
Read Chapter 3 of Alien Hotel. Snake service at the hotel is great; being shut out isn’t! What on earth will Sally and her alien friends do? Complete the Quiz for Chapter 1 as a 2Do on Purple Mash.
Watch to the video to find out about today’s learning. Recap Chapter 4: The Space Being and the Iron Man by listening to the audio or written version. Today we would like you to plan a newspaper report. The News Team want to report on the Space-Being and write an exciting article of the events. Use the planning template or sub-headings to begin to plan your report! Can you include an eye-catching headline and a striking image?
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 about scaling. You can use your knowledge of multiplication to help you with this. Draw images and pictures to help you solve the reasoning and problem-solving challenges. For more information and to take you through the learning watch this video.
Investigate what happens to tarnished pennies when soaked in different liquids such as water, vinegar, coke, ketchup and lemon juice. Notice what happens to the pennies when they are removed from the liquids. Do the pennies change in appearance? Find out if rinsing the pennies in water after soaking changes the final effect. Can you explain why the pennies change in appearance? You can either take photos of your investigation or use the results template to help you.
What’s the science? Pennies tarnish because oxygen in the air causes an oxidation reaction. When placed in acidic liquids, the oxidised copper is dissolved and the pennies become shiny once more. If the liquids are not rinsed off, the pennies will quickly tarnish again and verdigris (a green copper salt) may form on their surface.