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Yr3 W.C 29th June

Subject

Minimum expectation of time spent

Work set

Details of work set

How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ants 

Lesson 1

Lesson 1 Loom

Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Loom

Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Loom

Lesson 4

Lesson 4 Loom

Lesson 5

Lesson 5 Loom

Lesson 5 p.80

 

Extension 1

Extension 2

Extension 3

Extension 4

Extension 5

 

Extra practice 1 – Telling the time on an analogue clock

Extra practice 2– Converting between analogue and digital

Extra practice 3 – days of the month

 

Squared paper

Blank clock faces

 

ANSWERS - please find relevant lesson using top of page for example, U10 W3 L2

Measure: Time

 

Answer questions relating to how confident you feel telling the time. If you have completed the challenge, you can move onto the next one.

 

Still learning to tell the time?

Ask a member of your household to help you. Use the ‘extra practice’ sheets to practise reading and writing the time on an analogue clock.

 

Feeling confident?

If you complete the main task in less than one hour, you should choose one or more of this week’s extension activity sheets to complete. 

 

In your exercise book or on the sheets provided.

 

We have also provided blank clocks if you need more space to practise telling the time.  

English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1

Comprehension

 

Text

Text Questions

 

 

The Hodgeheg by Dick King Smith

 

The questions are about an extract taken from the story of the Hodgeheg.

Read the text and then answer the text questions in full sentences.

In exercise books.

Lesson 2

Punctuation and Grammar

 

Loom

Activity 1

Activity 2

 

Dictionaries

For this week’s activity, you will need a dictionary.

If you don’t have a dictionary, you can use an online dictionary with an adult.

Choose Activity 1 or 2, depending how confident you feel.  

In exercise books or on printed copies of the sheets.

Lesson 3

Planning

Task Outline

“Don’t Go” Animation

Loom

Planning sheet – Story S

Verbs and adverbs word lists

Don’t Go

 

Read the task outline.

 

Watch the animation called ‘Don’t Go’.

 

Watch the Loom and complete the planning sheet.  

In exercise books or using the planning sheet provided.

Lesson 4

Writing

 

Loom

Draft paper

Example Text

Draft

You will be writing a narrative version of Don’t Go.

Watch the Loom, read the example text and then write your draft.

In exercise books or on draft paper provided.

Lesson 5

Writing

Lined paper for final version

Final Version 

Edit and improve your draft and then complete your final version.

On the lined paper provided.

Foundation

2 hour per day

 

Task outline

Activity 1 Note and rest values

Activity 1 Musical Clock

Activity 2 Information pack

 

Activity 2 

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Track 4

Music

 

Activity 1: Note duration

You will be learning about how notation is used to show how many beats a note should be played for.

 

Activity 2: Chopin

You will be learning about the life and music of the famous composer Frederic Chopin and creating your own fact file about him. 

On the worksheets provided.

 

Task outline

 

Information pack

RE

This week you will be learning about how different religions celebrate new life and other milestones in life.

In your exercise book.

 

Story time

1x per week

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Whole Year Group – How to Train Your Dragon

Find a comfortable place to sit; you can choose to read along or just listen.

Loom

3A – The Peppermint Pig by Nina Bawden

Loom

3F – The Witches by Roald Dahl

Loom

3M – The Wild Robot Escapes

Loom

 

3P – Rumblestar Chapter 12

Times tables

(optional sheets to support times tables practice)

WEBSITE AREA

Here is a link to the area on the website where you can access times tables grid.

Don’t forget to use Times Tables Rockstars regularly too!

Either complete on your computer or print it off. 

Handwriting

(optional)

Week 10 (Week 9 spellings)

 

Here you will find this week’s spelling words written in cursive font for you to copy. This will help you practise your handwriting you’re your spellings.

Handwriting paper (third page of pdf)