Good morning Year 3. Today there is some Maths, English, Science and RE 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 two sessions of your reading plus and some time practising your timetables on TT Rockstars.
Today you are going to look at subtracting measures of length instead of adding them. Take a look at the video (link below) and then give the attached activities a go.
To start, take a look at and complete this activity using adjectives.
Start your main part of your English by listening to our story for this week using the link below.
You will need to keep the story up as you are going to listen to it and flick back and forward between the video in order to asnwer some reading comprehension questions about the text.
All of the reading comprehensions are saved in a single document. The first set of questions are the trickiest with each page getting easier as you move through the document.
Choose the set of questions that you feel would challenge you most and give them a go. Keep referring to the video to help you answer the questions.
We are going to finish our topic of Rocks in Science by looking at a lesson on Fossils. Read through and engage with the PowerPoint and then I want you to tell me about the process of fossilisation.
You can do this by:
You can do it however you like as long as the 5 key steps are all covered. Try to write these key steps in your own words instead of just copying what you have read on the lesson presentation. Don't just rely on the presentation to help you, see if you can research any helpful educational videos that might explain the process of fossilisation to you as well.
For the last part of this RE topic, we are going to think about when we receive communion (The Eucharist) during mass. Have a read through the attached document and when you have, give the second activity a go. I have attached a template that you can use if you would like to.