Week Five (04.05.20)
Please log in to Spelling Shed and complete the set word lists. The words for this week are set out below. If you do not have access to Spelling Shed complete a Look, Cover, Write, Check activity.
These words all have a suffix ‘–ary’
Choose a book. Read the book. Share the story. Have a look at some questions you can ask for any book that you read.
Click the link below to change the reading prompts into your home language.
Writing weekly focus – Character Description
Our key text this half term is The Lost Happy Endings by Carol Ann Duffy. The main character is Jub who lives in her cosy hole in a forest. Jub has a job to do every evening. She takes her sack full of ‘Happy endings’ and climbs a huge oak tree. When she reaches the top she shakes the happy endings out in time for everybody’s bedtime. But who is she? Where did she come from? How did she get this job? Where are her family? How does she feel about herself and what dreams does she have for the future?
Look carefully at the pictures above. Use the character description tips (shown in the picture below) to describe what Jub looks like and also how she feels about being in this situation. Also imagine how she might feel about the weather she works in, the place where she lives, her job and the reason she does it and ask yourself if you imagine her having any friendships/relationships with other people or living things?
Can you include exciting adjectives, expanded noun phrases, similes, alliteration and extend your sentences by writing about who, where, when, why and how Jub is doing things.
For example: Jub would rush headlong, like a cat chasing a mouse, through the deep, dark forest to reach the magical tree before sunset.
Don’t forget to upload your work to the Anson blog - We love to see how hard you are working!
Mathematics - Weekly Focus (Money, multiplication and division)
White Rose Maths Go to www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/
Just follow these five easy steps…
Please access Summer Term Week 3 (w/c 04.05.20) Money, Multiplication and Division. There are videos and activities to do.
There are four lessons each week
There is usually a video with a teacher giving you instructions and then an activity to download. You can download all the activities for this week below.
You can also log in to Topmarks to play some money, multiplication and division games.
You can also login to Espresso using the student login details. There are lots of videos, quizzes and activities.
Comparing and converting money between pounds and pence
One pound (£1) equals one hundred pennies (100p)
Choose 5 coins or notes from a range of different coins and notes. Record how much you have in pennies and then in pounds and pence. You will need to use a decimal point when showing the total in pounds and pence because the decimal point separates ‘whole’ pounds from ‘pieces’ of pounds.
These five coins total four pounds and five pence.
This can be written as £4.05 or 405p because there
are 400 pennies in 4 pounds.
Once you have practiced counting the coins and
recording them in both pounds and pence have a
go at making two amounts. You can now do two activities
to practice your addition and subtraction strategies.
First, add the two amounts together using column method, number line method or partitioning.
Secondly, take the smaller amount away from the larger amount or away from £5/£10 and work out the difference using the same strategies.
Login to TT Rockstars and see if you can improve your time. Don't forget to take part in the battle for your class or year group.
Don't forget, you can do your multiplication tables every day without any technology. Write the down, play games, test yourself or make up a tables rap!
Children need regular breaks and exercise. If you have a safe outdoor space please ensure you get some fresh air and exercise. Regardless of your available space you can join Fitness Coach Joe Wicks on Youtube for 30 mins of great exercise (search for 'P.E. with Joe').