Good morning. Hope you are all ok and getting on with things as well as helping out your families.
Here is today's work.
Planned Learning (Core + Foundation)
On Line Resources
Mark – CGP English Comprehension – Building Stonehenge p4 and 5
Reading – Read Ch 3 of The Firework-Maker’s Daughter and discuss with an adult
Writing – Continue yesterday’s writing task.
GAPS - CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling – Capital Letters and Full Stops p38 and 39
Complete I am learning activity.
Mark work from yesterday answers will be uploaded.
Greens and Yellows –
Choose a random number between 1 and 10. If you google random number generator one will come up.
One you have chosen a number write as many number facts as you can including an addition bond to 10, then to 100 using the multiples of 10, and four subtractions, e.g. child chooses a 7. They write 7 + 3 = 10, 70 + 30 = 100, 10 - 7 = 3, 10 - 3 = 7, 100 - 30 = 70, 100 - 70 = 30. Rpt choosing another number card.
Role a dice three times to make a 3 digit number – if you haven’t got any dice if you google ‘roll a dice online stopwatch’ click on the first link and one will appear.
Once you have your 3 digit number add 9 to the number, then add 8 then 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1. Rpt with different 3-digit numbers. What do you notice?
Complete activity Start to add / subtract with 3 digit numbers on I am learning.
Multiplication – Try to complete 3 Garages and Studios daily. You can do a Soundcheck too but this has been set to do every Friday.
Go onto google earth (you can google this) search for Stonehenge describe physical features. Discuss how they may have got the stones there.
Skara Brae comprehension and activities booklet.
I Am Learning –
Start to add / subtract with 3 digit numbers
KS2 English – Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Y3 – Capital letters and full stops (review)
Votes for Schools
Reading Cloud – Continue reading your e-book
I hope lots of you had some fun completing the first daily challenge yesterday! It would be great to see some of these so anything you do keep hold of and bring them into school when we return!
Today's daily challenge is an arty and relaxing! It’s a chance to be mindful and think about how you can bring others joy without seeing them. You may have seen that some children still at school and when you have been on your daily walks that they have been creating rainbows. Therefore, we would like you all to join in the fun and pass on the message of staying safe by creating your own rainbow collage.
The idea is to make a collage using things you have at home. This could be stickers, leaflets, magazines, old birthday cards, tissue paper, post it notes etc. You might them like to fill the gaps using different materials like pens, pencils, felt tips, highlighters and paints.
You may want to think about do you know any stories about rainbows? What are the colours of the rainbow in the correct order? Can you remember the colours if you are tested on them?
Use the mnemonic Richard (red) Of (orange) York (yellow) Gave (green) Battle (blue) In (indigo) Vain (violet).
We would love to see some of your creations!