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Wednesday 20th January

Good morning Year 3.  Today there is some Maths, English, RE and PE for you to have a go at.  Make sure you upload your work onto Seesaw so that I can have a look at what you have been doing.

 

Reading Plus and TT Rockstars

 

Start today by spending some time completing at least one session of your reading plus and some time practising your timetables on TT Rockstars.

 

Maths

Some more practise of our division skills today.  There is a video below and then some activities for you to give a go.

 

https://vimeo.com/489845622

English

 

Grammar starter

 

Today you are going to play the role of the teacher.  You need to take a look at these sentences which have been written and identify where they have gone wrong with their punctuation etc.

Main English

 

I thought we could have a bit of fun today with something a bit different.  You are going to create the Stone Age language and write a conversation between Om and the Stone Age Boy.

 

Use the table below to assign a new letter to each one of the alphabet.  For example, you might say that a ‘b’ is a ‘d’ in Stone Age Language or an ‘e’ is an ‘l’.

 

You are then going to think of 5 questions that the Stone Age Boy might have asked Om in the time that he spent with her.  Write this question out and think about what Om might say in response.  You can then write Om’s response normally.  From there, translate Om’s response using your new Stone Age alphabet.

 

To challenge yourself, you could write each of the questions and responses using inverted commas for speech.

 

Use the template below to help record your questions and answers (and translated answers).  If you are feeling brave, you could have someone video you and ask you the questions while you respond in your new Stone Age language.

Science

 

Today you are going to start looking more at the different types of rocks.  You are going to first look at how igneous rocks are formed.  Use the link below to take a look at the lesson which has been put together on the Oak National Academy website.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-igneous-rock-formed-70v66r

History

 

We are continuing with our topic of the Stone Age and today are focusing on Skara Brae.  Take a look at the lesson presentation and then plan out a news report pretending that you are reporting on the new discovery.  You can use the planning sheets below to help you plan out your news report and then see if there is anyone available to maybe record you presenting your news report … you could even have a surprise guest to interview if there is anyone available and willing.

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