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Class 3 Home Learning

Friday 3rd April

PE – Joe Wicks workout.

 

English – Using the poem they wrote yesterday, ask your child to create actions to help them remember their poem off by heart. Give them time to practice learning their poem and actions. Finish with a performance where your child recites their poem off by heart and performs the actions at the same time back to you without referring to their home learning book. Focus on how they are using tone and expression.

 

Maths – Ask your child if they can remember how to calculate the area of a shape (a= l x w). Complete the questions below on perimeter and area.

Thursday 2nd April

English – Using their collages, knowledge of rhyming couplets and sentences about senses, ask your child to write their own rhyming couplet poem about spring time.

 

Maths – Ask your child if they can remember how to calculate the perimeter of a shape (add all the sides of the shape together). Answer questions about perimeter in home learning books. Mark scheme has been included.

 

DT – Make your own Easter bunny! Instructions attached below.

Wednesday 1st April

PE – Joe Wicks workout.

 

English – This term we have been learning about our senses and how we can use these to enhance our writing. Ask your child to identify the 5 senses to you sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Refer back to the collage they created in Art yesterday. Ask your child to write a sentence about their collage using each sense. Extra challenge – can they write two sentences that refer to a sense and use rhyming couplets? For example –

The sight of the glimmering green leaves dancing in the sky,

Just like the birds that like to fly.

 

Maths – Complete the co-ordinates questions attached below. There is a mark scheme included at the end.

Tuesday 31st March

English – Re-cap what rhyming couplets are. Ask your child to identify some examples from yesterday’s poem. Go into the garden and collect items to inspire ideas for writing their own poems about spring time. Then create a table identifying different nouns, adjectives and verbs inspired by their collage. For example leaf, glimmering green, dancing in the wind.

Remember that items overlap in a collage and are not spread out.

 

Maths – Re-cap how we read co-ordinates. Can your child remember the saying to help them remember?

Sit back to back with your child and draw a pentagon onto the attached grid. Have a game of battleships with your child! The winner shall guess all the corner points of the opponent’s pentagon first! If you are unable to print the co-ordinates graph, draw a simpler version onto paper.

 

Art – Create a collage in your home learning book of all the items you collected for English. Remember that items overlap in a collage and are not spread out.

Monday 30th March

English – share the attached poem together. Talk about how this is a rhyming couplets poem and ask your child what this means. Break it down into two words – what does ‘rhyme’ mean? How many is in a ‘couple’? Ask them to write out the poem into their home learning books in a shape that the poem represents to them, for example a leaf, focus on handwriting and spelling. Children to underline all the rhyming couplet words in the poem.

Can they recognize where these words go in each line?

Extra challenge – Can you think of any more rhyming couplets that could be used in this poem? Remember to stay within the same theme of the poem.

I think that I should like to be

the entity known as a tree.

 

With nature’s laws I would conform,

cascading in a willow’s form.

 

I’d gladly green in early spring

when all the new birds start to sing.

 

My many slender limbs would sway

with every breezy golden day.

 

Sweet nectar from me bees could take,

and shade my leafy limbs would make.

 

Though tears might fall when heavens rain,

I’d weep for joy and feel no pain!

 

 

Maths – Talk about how when we read co-ordinates the rule is to read across first and then up. We could say ‘along the corridor and up the stairs’ to help us remember. Play Aliens Attack on the link below –

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/469/Coordinates-Alien-Attack

This game has two levels of difficulty, first quadrant and then extra challenge would be all four quadrants.

 

RE – Complete the attached activity about Living in God’s way.

Friday 27th March

 

English - Begin by taking about any tricky words from yesterday's reading. What happened in the book yesterday? Read for 15 minutes then practise first 10 spellings from the statutory spelling list posted yesterday.

 

Ask your child to identify a setting (place) from their reading book. Using descriptive language from the text, draw a picture of what they imagine it to look like. Extra challenge - label your picture with extracts from the text that inform your ideas.

 

Maths - Complete the time word problems. There is a mark scheme included to help at the end of the questions. 

 

Talk about how we can convert between 12 and 24 hour clock by adding/subtracting 12 to/from the hour number. Can your child identify which is 12am and which is 12pm?

 

DT - Ask your child to draw an eatwell plate into their exercise book. Using the titles and pictures on the food group sorting activity, label each section of the plate and draw the items into the correct section on the plate.

 

 

Thursday 26th March

 

English - Please start off with listening to your child read for 15 minutes, record any tricky words in reading records and re-visit them tomorrow.

 

Below is a list of the year 3 and 4 statutory spelling words. Please focus on learning 10 each week from it. 

 

Click on the homophones game board. If you are able to, you can print it, roll a dice and ask your child to write the word out and draw a picture of the correct homophone to match it. If you do not have access to a printer, ask your child to choose 8 words, write them in their books and draw a picture to match. Extra challenge - Write a sentence for each homophone.

 

Maths - Practise telling the time and from an analogue clock and matching it to a digital clock. Click the link below to play the game - 

 

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time

 

Art - Shadow art! Using the picture below as an example, children choose their mini figures and trace their shadows created. Once complete, copy these drawings into their books. Extra challenge - create a background for your shadow drawings.

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 25th March

 

Maths

Today choose 2 or 3 of the Maths problems to solve, keep a record of your workings. 

 

English 

Please find pobble365 online and log on to the activity for today- Hanging on.  Please complete question time, picture perfect, sentence challenge and sick sentences.

 

Computing

Find the Code for life site (see link below) and work your way through the rapid router levels.  You don't need to register but keep a note of how far you get so you know where to start next time.

Tuesday 24th March

 

Maths- 

Please use Times tables Rockstars Stars Y 3 focus  on 3,4,6,7, & 8.  Y 4 you need to know them all up to 12 x 12.  If you are unable to use the app please use the games on  Topmarks.co.uk.

 

English 

Please find pobble365 online and log on to the activity for today- Magic.  Please complete question time, picture perfect and story starter activities.

 

Art

Make a beautiful rainbow, use pens, paint, crayons or  scrap paper for collage.  Ask if you can stick it in one of your front windows, the idea is the rainbows will cheer people up and spread hope!

 

PE- at 9 o'clock every week day Joe Wicks is doing a P.E. Lesson  join in live or later in the day  (Youtube).

Watch Newsround and don't forget to read for at least 20 minutes every day!

Stay Safe,  Mrs Carmichael 

Monday 23rd March

 

English - Below is a story starter. Please ask your child to read this and finish the story.

 

Maths - Write a time table for your day. Load a clock using the link below and ask your child to set the clock to the time each activity starts and ends. Extra challenge - Can they calculate the duration of each activity? Can they say the time for each activity using use 24 hour clock?

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teaching-clock

 

Science - Using the link below, children are to look around the house and try to identify electrical dangers. After playing the game, choose a room in the house and design a poster highlighting these dangers.

 

http://www.switchedonkids.org.uk/electrical-safety-in-your-home

 

 


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