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Mon 30th March – Y3 Home learning

Good morning Year 3!

Here is your English, Reading and Maths for today, as well as your IPC and Science learning for the week.

Don’t forget to try out the timetable you made with your parents/carers.

 

Reading – Read for 20 mins

Go to Oxford Owl  and login with your class login to read an e-book.

 

There are over 1000 e-books on the website, so get reading!

Please email your class teacher for your class login.

 

English – This week we are focussing on Instructional writing.

Follow these instructions and write down all of the imperative verbs in the instructions. (Imperative verbs)

Imperative verbs are verbs that tell you what to do. E.g. fold, lift, turn etc.

How to make an Origami Boat.  –  You will only need a few pieces of coloured paper for this task.

 

Maths – This week we will be learning about measure.

Here is your Maths learning for today – If you don’t have a printer then you can write out your learning in your work book.

Extension task: This is a challenge if you’re up for it.

Maths answers will be posted here on Friday so you can mark your learning along with your parents/carers.

 

IPC – Researching Julius Ceasar

Here is your IPC Home Learning for this week

Here is a Powerpoint all about Julius Caesar to help you with your research.

You should complete your IPC learning in your home learning book. Remember that you can send your teacher a picture of your research via e-mail at year3@thomasarnold.bardaglea.org.uk.

 

Science – Teeth and digestion

Here is your science for the week

Use this Teeth and Digestion PowerPoint to help your learning

Extension task: Use all the information you now know about teeth to complete the Teeth crossword

You could either draw the blank crossword or note down the answers, checking the clues and the number of letters in each word. The answers to the questions and the crossword will be posted here on Friday

 

Remember, if there is anything you need help with, just email your class teacher.

Have a lovely day!