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Year 3

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Year 3

Please review this weeks remote learning work and learning offer for Year 3 children.

Weekly additional non negotiable activities 

  • BBC Supermovers

    Description: A number of activities and videos aimed at primary aged children, linking physical activity challenges with other subject area

    Key stages: key stage 1 and key stage 2

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Monday 23rd November 2020

 Monday 23rd November 2020

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English

No one currently isolating for year 3

 

 

Maths

Use your number line knowledge to complete the addition

 

 

 addition

 

Phonics

i-e nice smile split digraph

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StHZRt0wyLU

Topic / PE

 

Reading

 The national expectation for year 3 is for children to be able to read 90 words per minute. Try reading the text (which is 90 words) in a minute. You may need to try this more than once. Then answer the questions.

text and questions

 

 Tuesday 24th November 2020

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English

 No one currently isolating for year 3

 

Gather vocabulary to describe what the snow queen looks like and her personality. Use noun phrases (adjective, adjective, noun) to describe her. For example

white, silky hair

Collect it

Maths

Complete the number bonds to 10, 20 and 100.

 

Use a number line to add the numbers. Put the larger number at the start of the number line, then add the tens first, followed by the ones.  

number bonds

 

Number line

 

Phonics

u-e hunge brute split digraph

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj8FpQ375IM

Topic / PE

Reading

Read the text, making sure you focus on using your fluent finger and pausing at full stops. If you come across an unfamiliar word, split it up into sounds and the blend it back together. Make sure you figure out what words mean if you are unsure, before continuing with the text. Just read the text today, don't answer the questions as this will be done tomorrow.

 text

 

 Wednesday 25th November 2020

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English

Write two paragraphs to describe the snow queen using your plan from yesterday. The first paragraph should describe her appearance and the second paragraph should describe personality. Please use the following grammatical features: noun phrases, adverbs and conjunctions.

Read the WAGGOL before you start writing to help you. 

Snow queen WAGGOL

Maths

Use a number line to complete the addition calculations. If the calculation will cross over a barrier, jump to the barrier, then jump the rest.

Addition

Video explanation 

Phonics

oa goat in a boat

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0KOrKQh3Ho 

Topic / PE

Today you will plan out a writing piece in your topic lesson. Use your knowledge organisers to plan paragraphs using the prompts on the sheet. You will not write the piece today but plan it out as seen on the sheet.

Knowledge organiser

Plan

Reading

 Use the text from yesterday to answer the questions. Make sure you use retrieval skills and skim and scan for the answers. Please get a parent of carer to mark this using the answer sheet. 

questions

 

 Thursday 26th November 2020

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English

 

Maths

Adding on a number line. Please watch the video before completing.

Video explanation - addition on numberline

Adding

Phonics

ew chew the stew

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4ZBr95ETCE

Topic / PE

 

Reading

The national expectation for year 3 is for children to be able to read 90 words per minute. Try reading the text (which is 90 words) in a minute. You may need to try this more than once. Then answer the questions.

reading and questions

 

 Friday 27th November 2020

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English

Edit it! As you know, In English we've been looking at the despicable, dangerous Snow queen.. Unfortunately, it has quite a few errors that need correcting. Have a read through and rewrite the paragraph with the correct spellings and punctuation.

 Example text with corrections to be edited (highlighted in green)

Maths

3 digit and 2 digit, adding tens to our number. Identify your number bonds to 100 (60 + 40 = 100 so it's a number bond) jump to the barrier using your number line and then add your remaining ones. Just like you've been doing in class.

Adding

Video explanation

Friday Maths explanation

Phonics

Set 3 'ire' fire fire

 'ire' fire fire

Topic / PE

 Golden time!! Treat yourself to a well earned film, game or relaxation time. We certainly will be!

 

Reading

Read your favourite book aloud to a family member. Remember, pausing at full stops and use your phonics knowledge to decode tricky words.

Remote Learning w/c 16th November 2020

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Monday 16th November 2020 Information / Instructions

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English Adverbs explain how we're doing something. You might be walking slowly. It explains and describes how we you completing your verb (doing word) Have a go at the attached adverbs sheet to aid your writing and improve your sentences.

Understanding adverbs 

Maths Addition means our total (the answer) is going to be greater. Remember, if we get to a barrier we need to make an exchange. For example, 10 ones would be exchanged for 1 ten. Have a go at the addition questions and be careful when it's time to make the exchange.

Addition crossing a barrier 

Phonics ew chew the stew set 3 sound. ew chew the stew
PE Complete your PE lesson with Joe, following the link to the right hand side. Try your best to keep up with him! PE with Joe
Reading Read your reading book, focus on fluency, decoding and pausing at full stops.

 

Tuesday 17th November 2020 Information / Instructions

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English Following on from your written piece from 'The Twits' edit the attached sentences to ensure they make sense. For example, are all the capital letters there, spellings correct? Then, read through your own work and edit yours, do all your sentences make sense? Are you missing any punctuation? If you're unsure, ask an adult to help.

 Edit sentence strips

Maths Today we will be adding 3 digit and 1 digit numbers to cross the barrier. Use the example video, your knowledge of number bonds to 10 and place value to aid with this task. Good luck.

 Crossing a barrier example video

 

Addition crossing a barrier

Phonics            i-e nice smile          i-e nice smile set 3 sound
Topic In RE this week we are continuing to look at light and dark representing positive and negative. I would like you to watch both video clips and think about why Diwali is called the festival of light and how people celebrate. Then think about the characters in the story and whether they are good or evil. 

Diwali and how it is celebrated.

 

 

 Rama and Sita story

 

Reading The national expectation for year 3 is for children to be able to read 90 words per minute. Can you read the 90 words accurately and answer the questions? reading

 

Wednesday 18th November 2020 Information / Instructions

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English

Today for English can you please add extra detail into these sentences by using subordinate conjunctions such as 'if, when, whilst, as, because'. For example change 'Mr Twit is nasty' to 'Mr Twit is nasty because he shouts all the time'. 

Can you then try and uplevel one of your own sentences by adding a subordinate conjunction?

 Subordinating Conjunction sheet

Maths Adding on a number line. Please see the video again from yesterday before doing the sheet. number line addition
Phonics We are learning about adverbs in English. Adverbs tell us how, when or where a verb is done. Remember, a verb is a doing word (anything that can be done, like sit, sing, laugh). For example, Miss Hicks ran quickly down the road.' 'Quickly' is the adverb because it tells us how the verb 'ran' was done. Lots of the time, adverbs end in ly but not all of the time. For example, in the sentence 'An owl hooted at night time' 'at night time' is the adverb because it tells us when the verb 'hooted' was done.  Adverbs
Topic Use the knowledge organisers for answer the questions. You will be comparing topographical features in Wiltshire and Greater Manchester 

Knowledge organisers

Sheet

Reading The national expectation for year 3 is for children to be able to read 90 words per minute. Can you read the 90 words accurately and answer the questions? reading

 

Thursday 19th November 2020 Information / Instructions

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English Use the correct coordinating conjunction on either side of the clause. 

Conjunctions

Maths Add numbers on a number line. Watch the video before doing the task.

video

maths sheet

Phonics   u-e huge brute set 3 sound u-e huge brute
Science Have a look through the attached smart notebook and your knowledge organiser. If you have a microscope to use at home, even better! Are there any rocks you have in your garden that you can use? Have a close up look at your rocks, draw them and describe what you see. If you don't have any of the above, use rocks from your knowledge organiser.

Rocks knowledge organiser

Rock properties task

Smart notebook rocks

Reading

 

Friday 20th November 2020 Information / Instructions

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English Adverbs are used to tell us when, where or how the verb is done. Remember, a verb is the action word and you can do it! Add adverbs into the sentences to say how, when or where verbs are done. 

adverbs

Maths
Phonics We are learning about adverbs in English. Adverbs tell us how, when or where a verb is done. Remember, a verb is a doing word (anything that can be done, like sit, sing, laugh). For example, Miss Hicks ran quickly down the road.' 'Quickly' is the adverb because it tells us how the verb 'ran' was done. Lots of the time, adverbs end in ly but not all of the time. For example, in the sentence 'An owl hooted at night time' 'at night time' is the adverb because it tells us when the verb 'hooted' was done.  adverbs 2
Topic
Reading Read for pleasure! After a week of completing your 90 words per minutes tasks and questions, enjoy reading your favourite book for half an hour.