21.4.20 – learning
Good Morning Y3,
Well done for completing yesterdays learning – It has been lovely to receive your emails and pictures – thank you and keep up the good work.
Here is today’s learning:
|Fitness and health||I hope you enjoyed some of these activities yesterday, today please choose two different activities from the link below and remember these can be completed inside your home or in the garden. Enjoy.
Remember to use the guidelines and use my example to check the correct letter formation.
|Completing sentences that include words ending in ary.
Open this link
and copy the sentences out into your handwriting book with the missing spelling ending in ary. Take a 2 minute break after writing five of the sentences so that your handwriting stays as neat as possible please.
Continue your project
|Continue with the project you started yesterday – I can’t wait to read these.
Remember to include subheadings, interesting facts, drawings or photos and technical language (and a glossary to explain these words if needed).
Previously you have learnt about pronouns so please try to include these in this project to avoid using the same noun in our writing.
Here’s an example:
|Reading||Follow this link to listen to David Walliams read you one of his stories. I hope you enjoyed Stacey Superstar yesterday – I know I did.
Read with an adult for 15 minutes and Log the book and date in your reading record.
Miss Pringle’s daily fluency
I have put together daily PowerPoints for maths this week. Please read through them and write the answers in your maths books – I will post all of the answers on Friday so you can self mark (sm).
|RE||Start by reading this prayer and then complete one of these activities to celebrate Easter.
God of truth, fill us with your Spirit and strengthen our faith, so that we may not doubt your love for us. Give us courage to spread your peace throughout the world.
Build a Lego model to help you retell the Easter story to someone.
Create Easter stones to spread the Good News while on one of your daily walks – maybe leave on a neighbour’s doorstep if you are self isolating or save it for our prayer table at school.
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