Hello to those who are currently isolating, or just want to practise our learning from this week at home.
Here is our learning for this week. Keep checking this post as more work will be added for the rest of the week. Click on the links to download the word documents. Please send in completed work or ask questions by emailing email@example.com.
MathsYear 3 homelearning mon tues wed
Tasks: Choose which chilli challenge you would like to attempt, if you need more of a challenge try the next, if it is too challenging attempt the challenge before first then try your challenge again (you can do all of them if you wish, but you must complete at least 1 challenge).
Today we will be introducing the 8 times tables.
You can use these numicon pieces (print out and cut each piece out) to help you count in 8s. Write down the 8x tables and practise saying them.
You can also try these questions to practise:
Challenge 2: 8-Times-Table-Mastery
Research about one of the following Stone Age animals: Woolly Mammoth, Woolly Rhino or Giant Hyena.
Use the template to add your research notes. Below are some useful links.
Finalise your research, use the facts in the following document to ensure you have information for each section. woolly rhino giant hyena
Also, start to think about what headings you will use for each section and begin to write your notes into your own words.
Using your research create a text map to plan your writing as tomorrow you will be writing up your information text about your Stone Age animal.
Using your text map and research notes, write your own information text about your Stone Age animal.
(Hint: Use these subheadings – Introduction, Appearance, Diet, Habitat, Conclusion)
Example information texts: Model example information texts
ReadingOrkney Examiner Newspaper Front Page
Research about Skara Brae, a Stone Age Village found on the Orkney Islands near Scotland.
Create a Leaflet to inform others about Skara Brae and encourage people to visit the historical site.
PSHE – Anti-bullying week (Monday 16th)
On the puzzle piece (below) write in the centre what you would do against bullying by completing this sentence:
‘I choose to…’.
(E.g. I choose to be kind and not leave people out at play time, I choose to tell an adult when I think someone is being bullied.) Then design your piece to represent who you are (e.g. draw your hobbies, friends etc.).Handout 2 - Puzzle Piece_0
Reading (Tuesday 17th)The Witches by Roald Dahl Chapter 1
This comprehension may be a little challenging but use your BLP skills and show resilience.
Number Clubs (Tuesday 17th)
Please have a practise of your number clubs, give yourself a timer of 5 minutes to complete. It is important you keep practising your times tables.
You can find the number clubs on the website here: