What a lovely sunny day it was yesterday. Hopefully today will be too. I wonder which painting has been your favourite so far? Today is Painting number 4. I love the colours in it. Today can you-
English/History- Let's go on a Virtual Tour at the British Museum in London. Click on https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/ and then use your arrow keys to follow the blue line-Europe to 900AD. Click on the Iron Spearhead. You can read and listen to the audio to find our more information. Draw the spearhead in the centre of a dairy page and write facts that you have found out around it. If you are still interested in this page you can click on related objects at the bottom of the page to find out more about Viking objects.
Science-Today I would like you to imagine that all the cafes are opening up again. Look on Purple Mash 2Do. Can you create a delicious lunchtime menu for a cafe!
That's all for today lovely Year 3. Keep working hard for me. Enjoy the sun, stay safe, keep washing your hands and most importantly KEEP SMILING ! Mrs Mitchell
Wicked Wednesday 20.5.20
Half way through the week again. I hope you enjoyed looking at the painting The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh yesterday. I love the blues swirls in it. Today's painting is very different. See what you think? Also thank you for letting me know about the art you had to do yesterday. I saw lots of amazing trainer designs so you all obviously enjoyed that lesson. Today can you-
English-Look in your pack for The Language of Poetry to answer questions about a poem to do with snow. LEAVE OUT QUESTION 2 because I think the photocopier may have been a bit naughty!
Spelling-I have set a Purple Mash 2Do-Summer-Week 3 The suffix ly
History-If you stay safe on Youtube copy this link-zig zag here comes the vikings part 1
and watch this programme set in Lindisfarne. It will tell you all about the very first time that the Vikings attacked Britain. Write down any dates, places and how you would have felt when these fierce warriors first attacked.
As always you can dip into BBC Bitesize Daily. Today it is Maths-Unit and non unit fractions. English-Subordinating conjunctions. Science-Friction
Stay safe and Keep Smiling. You've almost made it to Half Term and d'you know what I may not set you any work at all!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tremendous Tuesday 19 5 20
Welcome to Tuesday Year 3 I hope you enjoyed the painting that I sent you yesterday. It is called the Mona Lisa and was painted by a very famous artist Leonardo Da Vinci. People say that she has a secret smile. I wonder what her secret is? Today can you-
English- In Bug Club I have allocated you a book called Mountain Tales of Norway. The Vikings invaded our country from Norway, Sweden and Denmark so have a read and make sure that you answer the Bug Questions in lots of detail.
I've set you another Spelling 2Do today so check out your Purple Mash.It's the Summer Week to Quiz adding the suffix ly.
Art-Ethan E has given me the idea for this next activity so thank you Ethan. You will be using Youtube so make sure you get an adult to check and that you stay safe online.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwPP13IfYuI&vl=en-GB If you enjoy this Episode 1 of Funky Footwear he has lots of other episodes for you to try too. Perhaps design a funky pair of shoes for me?
Keep smiling, washing your hands and getting lots of fresh air.
As always you can dip into BBc Bitesize Daily. Today it is-Maths-Identifying fractions. English-Formal and Informal Language and Geography-Mountains.
Welcome back wonderful Year 3. I hope you had a fantastic weekend spent with your family and that you got lots of fresh air and shared lots of smiles. I wonder how many of you have planted your sunflower seeds yet? This week I have chosen a famous painting for you to look at. Maybe you could find out a little about the painting and the artist Today can you-
English-Today in your diary I would like you to write a description about somebody who you haven't been able to see in a while. Please write a date and a title. Make sure it is in full sentences and that you have checked your spelling. This description should be at least a page long and I'd like you to put in lots of prepositions, for example, in, on, beside, next to, underneath, on top of, above, around, below and by the side of.
Science-In you pack find your How Shadows are Formed? sheet. Maybe you could get a torch and see which objects in your house is opaque, transparent or translucent.
As always there is BBC Bitesize Daily for you to look at. Today it is Maths-fractions. English-Fact and Opinion and History-The Bronze Age.
Stay safe and Keep Smiling. Mrs Mitchell
PS-I won the family quiz this week!
Fantastic Friday 15.5.20
It can't be Friday already? How fast has this week gone by? You are all coping brilliantly-and your families. The quality of work that you are sending me is fantastic so well done. There is one last piece of music to listen to this week from our visit to see and hear the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. If you needed any answers, the music this week has been-People of Tomorrow. Blue Whale. The Storm. The Penguin and from today Summer. So today can you-
English-In your pack find the sheet that says Meet or Meat? Please complete neatly. Have a look an https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/. Click on My Class Login at the TOP of the page I have set up an account for our class-
My class name-year3tps
My class password-thingwall3
Click on My Bookshelf and then 7-9 age. GO. Find the book called Stinky Street and just enjoy the read today! Remember to click on Audio if you want to hear each page.
Maths- 20 minutes of TTRockstars to start today please. Then in your pack find the Maths page with the triangle pyramid on it from Classroom Secrets and the next page Escape from Theta. Can you do these two pages. Remember you can write down calculations to help you. Clue-rounded to the nearest 10 could be 216, 217, 218 or 219.
I've set a 2Do Fraction Wall to recap what you have done previously in your fraction work.
If you want to you can have a look at Bitesize Daily for Maths-Challenges English-Book Focus and Design Art-Drawing and Painting.
Have a fabulous weekend. Get lots of sleep, lots of laughter, lots of fresh air and lots of smiles.
Stay safe and Keep Smiling. Mrs Mitchell
Tremendous Thursday 14.5.20
I know that you'll really enjoy listening to the music today from our class trip to see and hear the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. I think it was our favourite! I hope you enjoyed exploring the Oxford Owl site yesterday. Today can you-
English- In your pack can you find Photo 3 and write down what you can see and hear. Can you add in these words into your description-delicate, cascading, patterned and thunderous. Can you also put in a simile and a metaphor to describe. Here are my examples-The waterfall is like a cheetah ready to charge. (simile). The forest is a grizzly bear waiting lure people into it's mouth. (metaphor)
Go to the above link and watch the video for lesson 4: Multiplication and Division. Make sure you click on the following when trying to find the video: Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11 May) After watching the video, click on the Lesson 4 link (THE MATHS LINK FOR THIS WEEK'S MATHS ACTIVITIES ARE ABOVE FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD) and check the answers afterwards.
Religious Education-Yesterday I got you to think about what is special to make you, you.We would be beginning our study of the religion of Islam in school where they have five special things that are important to a Muslim. Can you click on this website to find out about the 5
Remember that you are all amazing. Keep washing your hands, get plenty of fresh air and give your family a BIG HUG today and keep smiling!
If you want to you can have a look at Bitesize Daily for Maths-Multiplication and Division. English-There, they're and their and Design Technology-Designing
Hello lovely Year 3. Half way through the week and the sun is coming back! Have a listen to the music today from our class trip to hear and see the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. It was by Ludwig Van Beethoven. If you remember we listened out for the thunder and lightning in it. Thank you for the emails and pictures that you send me. They really do brighten up my day. Today can you-
English-A reading task today. For a change from Bug Club I would like you to open up Oxford Owl-https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/. If you click on My Class Login at the TOP of the page I have set up an account for our class-
My class name-year3tps
My class password-thingwall3
Click on My Bookshelf and then 7-9 age. GO.
Click on Making a Book. If you click on audio the book will be read to you-so you can read each page yourself and then listen to each page too. At the end make sure that you can tell Mum or Dad about the difference between fiction and non fiction, headings, contents and index.
(Mums and Dads-You can click on the Parents pages and there is a wealth of support for every year group that you are VERY welcome to dip into. Also if your child wants a break from Bug Club they can always use Oxford Owl too. You can go up and down a year group for different levels of work. I think this is a great support if you feel you need it)
Go to the above link and watch the video for lesson 3: Divide a 2 digit by one. Make sure you click on the following when trying to find the video: Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11 May) After watching the video, click on the Lesson 3 link (THE MATHS LINK FOR THIS WEEK'S MATHS ACTIVITIES ARE ABOVE FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD) and check the answers afterwards.
PSHE/Religious Education-I have set you a 2Do in Purple Mash all about yourself. Think about what is important to you and why? What makes you,you? What interests and values do you have?
English-Proof reading. Maths-Divide a 2 digit by one.Science-vertebrates and invertebrates
Be kind to each other and keep smiling. I'll be in touch tomorrow.
Tremendous Tuesday 12.5.20
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR LOVELY VIDEO MESSAGES. THEY MADE ME SMILE AND CRY HAPPY TEARS. IT WAS REALLY GOOD TO SEE YOU ALL LOOKING SO HAPPY.
If you listen to the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra music clip this will give you a clue to your English for today! I'm just setting English and Maths today because the English will take you a little longer to complete really well. Today can you-
English-Reading for information. Click on this link
and it will take you onto a virtual Museum page. Scroll down to NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM. Click on VIRTUAL VENTURE INTO THE LIFE OF A BLUE WHALE. There are three different areas to find out about the large blue whale exhibit in the museum. Find out as much as you can. In your diary can you give your work a date and a title and write down 6 of the facts that you found the most interesting.
Go to the above link and watch the video for lesson 2: Multiply 2 digits by one. Make sure you click on the following when trying to find the video: Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11 May)After watching the video, click on the Lesson 1 link (THE MATHS LINK FOR THIS WEEK'S MATHS ACTIVITIES ARE ABOVE FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD) and check the answers afterwards.
Maths-Multiply 2 digits by one. English-Writing a diary. Geography-Longitude and Latitude.
Have a great day. Keep smiling!
Marvellous Monday 11.5.20
Welcome back after a wonderful VE Bank Holiday Weekend. I hope you had a great time with your family and had lots of red, white and blue flags, bunting and pictures up to celebrate.
This week I have music from our visit to see the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra play. I wonder how many pieces of music you can remember?
Today can you-
English-Can you do me a LONG write today (at least a page long if you can) in your diary. Give your entry a title to do with the VE celebrations over the weekend. Tell me what you got up to/what you saw/what you ate/what you learned. Write in full sentences and try to start each sentence in a different way to make it interesting to read. If it was me, I would write it out as a practise first and then write it up neatly in my diary.
Go to the above link and watch the video for lesson 1: Working with the four and eight times tables
Make sure you click on the following when trying to find the video: Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11 May)After watching the video, click on the Lesson 1 link (THE MATHS LINK FOR THIS WEEK'S MATHS ACTIVITIES ARE ABOVE FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD)and check the answers afterwards.
Science- Find your What are Reflections sheet in your pack. You may need a mirror to help you!
As always you are very welcome to look on BBC Bitesize. Today it is-English-Similes and Metaphors. Maths- 8 times table. History-What is Stonehenge?
Have a fabulous VE Day on Friday and a safe and happy weekend with your family.
Keep smiling. Mrs Mitchell
Wicked Wednesday 6.5.20
Half way through the week already! Doesn't time fly? I enjoyed looking at your pictures in uniform yesterday. They made me miss school even more. I have a poem called Fear for you to listen to today. Today I want you to really concentrate on your Reading task. This is an age related assessment that we would have completed independently in school before Easter so try your very best. Today can you-
Reading- Open the link below. You don't need to print out the sheet, just write your answers down. Please read each question CAREFULLY. I have also added in the mark scheme so that your Mums and Dads can see what answers I am expecting.
Have a great Tuesday. I am missing you all but keep smiling!
MagicalMay Monday 4.5.20
Welcome back lovely Year 3. I hope you have had a fantastic weekend. Thank you for all the work you have done so far. If you want to look back over any work we have done it is all on the March/April Homelearning page. So enjoy looking back at how much you have done so far! As before if you are finding things too easy or hard then you can always look at Y2 or Y4 on the Daily Bitesize lessons or on the White Rose Maths. I have recorded a poem each day for you to listen to and Danny Champion of the World is here to listen to too.I know you are looking forward to your Year 3 challenges today. Today can you-
English-In your diary put today's date and write down 5 things that you are enjoying at the moment and one wish.
Here's the link to take you to Lesson 1 for today. All about changing pounds into pence. As before, watch the video and then take a look at the questions. If you find it too hard then try looking at what they are doing in Y2 either in White Rose or on BBC Bitesize Daily.
Science- In Science we would have moved onto classifying foods so can you have a look at your Purple Mash Science 2Do. If you need to do more research then use Kiddle as your search engine.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons If you've got time you can look at Year 3 -Maths-converting pounds to pence which links nicely into our White Rose Maths for today. English-Inverted commas to show speech and History-The Stone Age.
Fantastic Year 3 families. You have almost made it to Half Term. Can I say THANK YOU to you all for your continued support, hard work, patience and ability to follow my crazy plans on this class page. You all deserve a MEDAL. You have made a Year 3 teacher VERY happy. By the way I've put two paintings on this page for you to look at. Which has been your favourite and why? So today can you-
Have a look back over the work from the last few weeks. Is there anything that you have missed or you would like to re-do. Today is the day to do it!
I have set two spelling 2Dos on Purple Mash-Summer Weeks 4 and 5.
In your pack find Week 3 Session 1 4x tables sheet and Week 3 Session 2 4x division sheet. Then can you log into TTRockstars and smash 30 minutes of focused times tables speed work. Have a look back over your White Rose Maths and see if you could do the harder lessons now.
Maybe write a short entry in your diary. Perhaps do an attitude for gratitude page. What makes you happy/what are you thankful for?
As always there is BBC Bitesize if you are looking for something else to do. It wouldn't let me log in tonight for some reason so I don't know what they have in store for you today.
STAY SAFE. KEEP WASHING YOUR HANDS. BE KIND TO EACH OTHER AND KEEP SMILING. Enjoy your half term. You deserve it.
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