Good Morning Y3,
I hope you had a lovely weekend. Thank you for your emails, it is wonderful to hear from you.
Here is today’s learning:
Here is a fun game to help develop your problem solving skills and fitness level.
|Check out this video to learn how to play tic tak toe relay. Have fun.
Copy the 10 spelling into your handwriting books four times.
Remember to use the guidelines and use my example to check the correct letter formation.
|Spag.com activities have been set on noun phrases and compound nouns.
A noun phrase includes one noun as well as words that describe it, for example: the black dog. In the classroom, children might be asked to look at noun phrases and turn them into expanded noun phrases, for example changing ‘the black dog’ to ‘the big, furry black dog’.
A compound noun contains two or more words that join together to make a single noun, like “keyboard.”
Log your daily reading in your reading record and complete these two activities in there too.
| INDEPENDENT READING ACTIVITIES
Pick an adjective (descriptive) word from any text, write it down and use a thesaurus to write down five synonyms (words with similar meanings) and antonyms (words with opposite meanings) for that word.
Re-read a chapter of a book – pick out 10 words that you feel are powerful words and that you could use in your own writing.
Please complete this tasks online.
|Mathletics tasks based on telling the time have been set.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need reminding of your log in and password details.
|Optical illusions can be a lot of fun – I thought you might enjoy sharing these optical illusions with your family and create one of your own;
Using this tutorial please sketch an optical illusion in you art book or onto paper.