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A big hello from Mrs Paterson!

Y3 FP work from home

 

Hello everyone,

 

On this page you'll be able to find a selection of work to complete each week. Please try to find some time each day to do a little bit. It may seem like there is lots of work here, but please feel free to pick and choose from the selection below. It is not expected that you complete all activities, but please try and have a go at something from every subject. It may help if you design a timetable for yourself to help break the day up into smaller chunks.

 

You have also been set up with a Showbie account so you can send me pictures or any work you have done on the computer so I can see it and leave you a comment. See below for more information on Showbie. If you would like to use Showbie and are still unsure how to use it, please feel free to e-mail me any questions you may have: fliversage@heathfields.derbyshire.sch.uk

 

Remember, I am only a keyboard away!

 

Mrs Paterson

 

Update: 5th April

 

Happy Easter Everyone!

 

I hope you are all well. Thank you again to those of you who have sent me some of your work via Showbie. It's been lovely to see how hard you are working at home. Reading your work has really made me smile!

 

The next two weeks should have been the Easter half term holidays. Because of this, we will not be adding any new work onto this page over the next two weeks. Please take this time to rest and have fun at home! Remember to keep reading your books... try to read at least six times over the next two weeks like you would have done if this was a normal holiday.

 

I will leave all of the work that I have set over the past week lower down this page in case there is anything you would like to finish off over the next two weeks. I will replace the work with new activities on Sunday the 19th of April ready for the first week of term. 

 

If you'd like some activities to do over the Easter break, or if the school routine is helping you to break up the week, I have added some fun things to try over the Easter break below. You don't have to do these, but they are there to try if you would like something different to do. The white rose maths website will continue to be updated over the Easter holidays too with new activities for you to try if you want something new to do. 

 

Enjoy the Easter break! Have fun! And remember, you can still contact me via Showbie or email if you need anything.

 

Mrs Paterson

Easter Activities

 

Easter Home Activity Booklet - This is a great booklet with lots of ideas for you to try. If you haven't got access to a printer, a lot of these activities can either be done by looking at the booklet on your computer, or drawing the activity out on a piece of plain paper.

 

Minibeast Pebbles

 

Daffodil Origami

 

Easter Bunny Origami

 

Easter Chick Model

 

Handprint Butterfly Craft

Butterfly Body Template - To use with the handprint butterfly craft activity if you have access to a printer

 

100 things to do

Lego Challenge

 

 

English

 

Please try to have a go at at least one English skills activity and a writing activity each week.

 

English Skills

·        Have a go at solving this English murder mystery puzzle! You will need all of your spelling, punctuation and grammar knowledge to help you!

easter spag mystery.pdf

 

·        If you have access to a printer, have a go at the first sheet in this ‘correct the sentence punctuation’ sheet:

correct the sentence punctuation.pdf

 

Work through this powerpoint on adverbs and complete the activities. Adverbs Activity

(This is an improved version updated on the 1st of April. I was made aware that the old version did not work on all devices so hopefully this improved version will.)

 

·        Look at the website:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/skillswise/punctuation/z7b247h

Watch the video. Look at the resources that involve question marks, exclamation marks and full stops. You could have a go at some of their suggested worksheets too.

 

Have a go at the challenge below. Can you improve the sentence? How would you improve the sentence?

 

 

Games to practice your English Skills:

·        Question mark game: https://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/question-mark-1.html

 

 

English Writing

 

Can you have a go at some of these writing ideas? Can you try to include our writing targets from this year?

 

They include:

1.      Punctuating all of your sentences with full stops, capital letters, exclamation marks and question marks as appropriate.

2.      Expanded noun phrases (adjective comma adjective noun)

3.      Compound and complex sentences

(Remember compound sentences use coordinating conjunctions- For And Nor But Or Yet So. Complex sentences use subordinating conjunctions- If Since As While Although When After Before Until Because).

4.      Adverbs

(Words that describe how or when something is being done. They describe verbs.)

5.      An adverb to start a sentence, followed by a comma.

 

Writing ideas:

·        Can you start a diary to write down what happens each day you are not at school? Think about the interesting things that have happened that day and how you feel.

 

·        My little boy loves reading books! Can you write a short story and design a picture book for him? He likes some text and big pictures. He particularly likes trains and animals! If you make them, save them for when we next see each other and I will share what you have made with him!

 

·        Can you write a non-chronological report about a London landmark? Watch this video to help you: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/english-ks1-ks2-how-to-write-a-non-chronological-report/zvbtscw

 

·     Before we broke up from school, we were writing short stories. We were going to write our own short story about a chariot race. Look at the WAGOLL and our research about chariot races. Can you write your own short story about a chariot race? Can you remember to include all of our writing targets? Remember to include an opening, a build-up, a problem, a resolution and an ending!

WAGOLL

Chariot Racing Class Research

 

These video clips on creative writing may help you write your story too:

Creative Writing Help

 

Look at this picture and answer the questions below… Can you include any of our writing targets in your sentences when you are answering the questions?

 

 

  1. What can you see?
  2. Where did the house come from?
  3. How do you think it got here? (Which direction did it come from? How fast was it travelling?)
  4. Who is the woman inside the house? Was she bothered by the ‘landing’? Give evidence to support your opinion.
  5. Why is she looking out of the window? What might she be thinking?
  6. Do you think she’ll stay here for long? Why/why not?
  7. Do you think anyone else is in the house with her?
  8. Why do you think she came to this place? Where is this?
  9. If your house could travel, where would you like to go? What sights would you like to see?

 

Topic

 

We have been learning about what makes London special this term. Try to complete at least two of these activities this week:

 

      • Geography 
      • Create a poster to answer our topic question ‘Why is London special’? Your poster must have a clear title, some written facts and pictures. You can also make a poster on the computer or a tablet instead of paper if you wish.
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      • Include information about:
      • Where it is the capital city of?
    • What river runs through it?
    • How many people live there?
    • Is it urban or rural?
    • The famous landmarks that are there that you can go and visit and some information about them.
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    • Science:  
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In science, we have been learning about electricity. 

 

Activity 1: Explore the website:

http://www.andythelwell.com/blobz

Once you have completed each section, have a go at the final quiz at the end.

 

Activity 2: Can you complete the challenge below?

  •  Activity 3: Can you investigate the types of switches around your house and what they are used for? If you have a printer, you can record them on this sheet. If you don't have a printer, read the sheet so you know what types of switches you are looking for and create your own table in your writing books/on a piece of paper.
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  • Investigating Switches
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  • Computing:
  • During this time, why don’t you learn to code your own computer games? There are lots of resources online you can access!
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  • https://scratch.mit.edu/
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Explore Scratch- it’s completely free and you can make your own games and animations. Take some time to explore the site and see what you can create! There are tutorials to watch to help you.

 

  • Music:

 

* At 10am every Monday and Friday, Myleene Klass will be teaching a free music class over on her youtube page. Check it out on the website link below:

Myleene Klass and her Music Class!

 

* On your Showbie accounts, I have added a new folder called 'Music'. In here, you will be able to find your usernames and passwords to the Charanga website so you'll be able to continue learning about music at home. A huge thank you to Miss Fogg for helping us set this up!

 

 

Maths

 

We have just come to the end of our topic on fractions, so we were going to do some revision of our previous topics of addition and subtraction, and multiplication and division. Try to do as much as you are able to.

 

Some activities you could do include:

·        Have a go at solving this maths murder mystery puzzle! You will need all of your previous maths skills that we have learnt so far!

 Murder Mystery Maths

 

Have a go at solving this maths mystery puzzle too! You will need to use lots of your learning on fractions to help you...

Mystery of the missing shield maths puzzle

 

·        If you have access to a printer, have a go at this sheet to practice your written methods of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Can you remember what we learnt before Christmas?

four operations.pdf

 

·        Can you crack the code? Use your maths skills! Have a go here:

spring code breaker maths.pdf

 

·    All the children who were here on Friday the 19th of March have been given a Maths No Problem Workbook.

Look at Chapter 3- Multiplication and Division of Workbook 3A and have a go at as many pages and questions as you like. This will be a great recap of our multiplication and division learning before Christmas!

 

White Rose Maths have added a home learning section to their website. It has videos to teach you new concepts, an activity to have a go at and the answers. There will be 5 new sessions added each week. The topic they are currently focusing on is fractions, so it would be a great recap of what we have learnt so far. Find it at: 

White Rose Maths Year 3

 

Maths Games

 

·        All children who were here during the final week have been given a login to the prodigy website where you can play lots of maths games!

 

Or, have a go at some of the games on these websites:

 

·        https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/addition-and-subtraction

 

·        https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/multiplication-and-division

 

(This website includes our favourite hit the button game and lots of others too)

 

More Mental Maths Games

 

Use this Maths Invaders game to practise 5 different areas of maths. You could choose a different one each day. See if you can gradually increase the level of difficulty and improve your score.

 

Use the Daily 10 game to practise finding fractions of numbers. You can choose your own level of challenge. Try to practise finding halves, quarters, thirds, fifths and tenths.

 

Practise your times tables using one of the games below:

 

Mental Maths Train

Maths Fishing 

 

 

  • Get Active!
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  • Make some time to be active each day! Some ideas include:
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R.E.

 

Try to complete one R.E. activity a week. We have been learning about Easter this half term.

 

You can read the story of Easter here:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/easter/easterstory.aspx

or watch the animated story here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks1-the-christian-story-of-easter/zhgv47h

 

  • Activities:
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  • * Read about Palm Sunday. If you have access to a printer and a straw, print out the palm leaf template below and make your own palm leaf!
  • Make a palm leaf
  • palm sunday story.ppt
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  • Good friday.pptx
  • * Read about Good Friday on the powerpoint.Draw a picture to illustrate what happened on Good Friday and retell it in your own words and in sentences.
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  • * Can you make your own comic strip retelling the story of Easter? If you have access to an iPad or tablet, there are lots of apps you could use to help you make a comic strip! The one we use in school is called ‘strip design’. Or, you could also use ‘book creator’ or ‘pic collage’- these two apps are free.

 

  • Read about Easter Sunday on the powerpoint. Write a few sentences to explain what happened on Easter Sunday and how Christians celebrate Easter. Discuss why Easter eggs are a common gift at Easter time. Then, design your own Easter egg! You can use the template below if you find it difficult to draw an egg shape and if you have a printer.
  • Easter Sunday Powerpoint
  • Easter egg template
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  • * And for a bit of fun, if you have access to a printer, there are lots of fun Easter puzzles to do here:
  • https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/easter-puzzles

Reading                  

 

  • Try to read a little bit each day. Can you complete one of these activities this week?
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  • Watch this clip from The Iron Man by Ted Hughes and answer these questions:

     

    Iron Man Clip 

     

          1. Why do you think the author chose the word 'sang' to describe how the wind moved through the Iron Man's fingers?

          2. What do we find out about the appearance of the Iron Man? Write down three things.

          3. Why do you think that the Iron Man's eyes changed colour as he was looking out to sea?

          4. What happens to the Iron Man as he falls off the cliff?

          5. Why might one of the Iron Man's hands have carried on moving after it had fallen off?

          6. What do you think is going to happen to the Iron Man next?



    * Make up your own title for a new book. Decide if your book will be fiction or non fiction. Write the blurb for your book to persuade people to read it.

     

    Imagine that you have the opportunity to interview your favourite author. Write 6 questions that you would like to ask them. Pretend to be the author and ask someone at home to read the questions to you. See if you can think how the author might answer. 

 

Spellings

 

  • Try and have a go at least one of these activities this week:
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  • Spelling game
  • Use this game to practise spelling some of our year 3 words.

    You will need to select Yrs 3&4 and then tricky words.

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  • * See how many of these crosswords you can complete. Each crossword uses words from the list of common exception words (words which do not follow a particular spelling pattern.)
  • Crosswords
  • Year 3 common exception words
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  • * If you would like to continue with spelling tests at home, why not practice the Year 3 common exception word list? It will be new learning to red group spellers, and a consolidation for those children in purple group. Select 10 words from the list and practice them throughout the week. Can you also put each word into a sentence?
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  • * Practise spelling words with the ‘ough’ sound by watching the video and trying the activity.
  • Ough words

 

* Recap some of your previous learning on compound words using the video and activity 

Compound Words

Other activities

 

  • * Help to cook one of the meals in your house this week. Write down what you cooked and what new skills you had to learn. You could even take some photos of your completed meal.

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    * Try to carry out 5 different acts of kindness this week (one for each day) and make a note of what they are. This could be things like giving someone a compliment, helping a brother or sister with their home learning or drawing a nice picture to make someone smile.