Tuesday 2nd February 2021
Year 3 Home Learning – Tuesday 2nd February
Welcome to Tuesday’s blog! We hope you are enjoying Virtual Sports Week! Find more information on the School Story on Class Dojo or from the school newsletter. Don’t forget to upload your scoring sheet onto your portfolio so we can record your results.
Here is an outline of the work we would like you to complete today:
Access In the Woods on Purple Mash to practice using correct adjectives in a sentence. Read each of the sentences and decide on the correct missing word. This is set as a 2Do. 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 3 of Animal Boy. Josh realises it is not just cats he can now understand. Is he going mad? Test your understanding of the chapter by completing the quiz. This is also set as a 2Do on Purple Mash.
What was your favourite chapter of the Iron Man? Yesterday you completed a story map by drawing the main events of your chosen chapter. Today you will use your story map to retell the chapter in full sentences. Watch the video to take you through the learning. Use this link to finish reading the Iron Man if you haven’t already!
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 continuing our learning on money. Can you remember how many pennies are in a pound? Today you are learning to convert pounds and pence. Watch the video to explain today’s learning. https://vimeo.com/497942634
I wonder what sounds different metals make? Listen to this performance by West End performers Stomp! Notice how they use everyday materials to create rhythms and sounds and how movement adds to their performance.
Can you find different metal objects around your house (old pots, pans, dustbin lids, cutlery, etc.)? Listen to all the different sounds which can be produced using the metal objects. Does the size of the metal affect the sound? Record your results by taking photographs or drawing images of your metal experiment. If you’re feeling brave, you could even create your own steel band and put on a performance for your family!