Home-learning – Tuesday 26th January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may wish to do a Cosmic Yoga or Go Noodle or Just Dance. You can find all of these on YouTube.

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the second set of words on Blue Blyton (bridge, child, ear, hear and near, eat and seat, going, gone) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the template from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today would usually be our test day so we have attached a copy for you to use if you wish.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – How do I divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number, including remainders?

> This week, we will be finishing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – History – How did Britain change from the Stone Age to the Iron Age?  

> This lesson focuses on how Britain changed during the Stone Age.

> There are videos for the Middle (Mesolithic) Stone Age and the Late (Neolithic) Stone Age. However there is no video about Britain in the Early (Paleolithic) Stone Age. Why do you think that is?

> Please watch each of the videos and then answer the questions. You may need to watch the video more than once.

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Science – Whole School Science Lesson – Set by Mrs Ford – Gravity (Part 1)

> Please work your way through the PowerPoint and complete the investigation.

Home-learning – Monday 25th January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card attached from the P.E. hub.

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the second set of words on Blue Blyton (bridge, child, ear, hear and near, eat and seat, going, gone) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use our usual template attached or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today we are looking at the 4 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – How do I divide with remainders?

> This week, we will be finishing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> This lesson, there is an activity to follow during the input. Follow the slides and complete the questions along the way. Where it says to use counters, you could draw out counters or even, use other items that you have lots of around your home, e.g. buttons, beads, Lego, pencils, etc. When you get to the end, have a go at creating your own puzzle like the one on slide 19.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – History – How did houses change from the Stone Age to the Iron Age?

> There is a large period of time for which we have no written records – we call this ‘prehistory’. Starting from evidence of the first early humans, it is split into three sections: The Stone Age, The Bronze Age and the Iron Age. There is no recorded history of this time that we can read, just clues left behind, which archaeologists have to try to and interpret.

> Look at the slides and think about the questions.

> Complete the Stone Age to Iron Age Comparison Worksheet or create a poster / information booklet / PowerPoint etc. showing the answers to these questions for the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.

          Q: What is the roof made of?

          Q: What are the walls made of?

          Q: What is the door made of?

          Q: What are the windows made of?

          Q: Is there a chimney?

          Q: What would it have been like to live in?

          Q: Can you notice anything else?

> Please include these sentences

          – Houses have changed because…

          – Houses have stayed the same because…

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

P.S.H.E. – Diverse Britain – What is democracy? / Why is democracy important?

> Look at the slides and think about the questions.

> Write your thoughts on a Democracy Thought Bubble.

Well-being activity – Rainbow Scavenger Hunt

> This week’s wellbeing activity is a rainbow scavenger hunt.

> Your task is to find as many items as you can in the colours of the rainbow, and then create a rainbow shape with them.

> If you want to make it more challenging, you could set a time limit on it.

> Why not see if any of your family would like to join in too?

I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

Happy hunting.

Mrs Lumby

Home learning – Week 4

Good Morning Year 3, it’s the Year 3 team here.

Miss Lade, Mrs Poore and Miss Timperley.

Thank you for continuing with your home-learning and sending us your brilliant work as well as some lovely photos.

Well done for continuing your multiplication and division unit in Maths. You’ve done really well as it’s been quite challenging. A couple of you have been creative with using resources to support you as well.

This will be the final week of the unit so Friday will be the assessment lesson. It will be approached in the same way as in school where the question can be read to you but then you need to answer the questions independently. I’ve done a recording of my voice reading the assessment to you for Friday too. For the rest of the lessons this week, please continue to follow the PowerPoints and then answer the Fluency questions, basing the questions you choose to start on, on how you felt during the input and previous lessons.

We’ve loved seeing all of your Stonehenge facts brought together to show off your knowledge. We’ve seen some amazing PowerPoints, leaflets, booklets and a really nice poster with a lift the flap information section.

This week, we’ll be finishing our Stone Age to Iron Age unit and moving on to the Romans from Thursday. Learning Journey tasks will be a mix of English and History together.

For those that had a go at making oobleck, we hope you enjoyed it. Having done the oobleck in school, we apologise for any mess that may have been made. We’ve seen lots of photos. There was someone who used a straw to see how it would effect it. Someone else left theirs for a few days. It went hard and crumbly and then they were able to use it again. Isn’t it such a weird thing!

On Thursday this week, there is an optional challenge to make a volcano. We would usually do this in school as it’s amazing but obviously it requires a few things and a bit of time to make, so you can choose whether you do this task.

Remember to turn in your work where it says evidence required. You can email us with any questions or problems.  You will be hearing from one of us throughout the week. We look forward to seeing your work.

Have a good week 🙂

Home-learning – Friday 22nd January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card attached (from Monday).

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the second ten words on Blue Blyton

(bridge, child, ear, hear, near, eat, seat, going, gone)

as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish the use our usual template attached or Hit the Button. (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button)

> Today we are looking at the 4 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – How do I divide 100 into 2, 4, 5 or 10 equal parts?

> This week we will be continuing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> Below are a few attachments for the lesson.

> There is the usual PowerPoint which we would use in our lesson.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> This lesson is slightly different in that you will need to follow the PowerPoint and answer the questions along the way (so you will need to try and not accidentally go ahead and see the answers). There are a few methods which show how you can do division and then a shape activity towards the end of the PowerPoint.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – History and Art – What was Iron Age art like?

> Please work through the PowerPoint

> Starter Activity – The people in the Iron Age (sometimes called Celts) left behind many elaborate pieces of jewellery, weapons or pottery showing their distinctive style of art. Look at the resources Iron Age Artefacts and match the item to its description. Please look up definitions using a dictionary.

> Main Activity – Visit http://www.timetrips.co.uk/rom-art-celtbrooch.htm, using the link on the PowerPoint, and have a look at some of the brooch designs. Look out for the following distinctive features of Iron Age art:

•        Designs based on animals or mythical creatures

•        Symmetrical patterns

•        Circles, swirls and spirals

•        Crosses or knots

Split a piece of paper into four sections. In each section they should draw their own design of an Iron Age brooch.

Reading

Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Draw with Rob – Sonic the Hedgehog

> Please have a go at Rob Biddulph’s (Draw with Rob) Sonic the Hedgehog.     

> We would love to see your finished drawings.

Music – Sing and Sing – How does music make you feel?

> Have a look on BBC bitesize at the Feel and Emotion clip (see attached link).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zc7m7p3

> Then, practise singing and signing to ‘Dance Monkey’. You may wish to have a few goes, singing first, then signing, then combing the two (at least you don’t have to resist singing due to the Rule of 15)

> see attached YouTube link

Home-learning – Thursday 21st January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may to do a Cosmic Yoga or Go Noodle or Just Dance. You can find all of these on YouTube.

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the second set words on Blue Blyton (bridge, child, ear, hear, near, eat, seat, going, gone) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the sheet from Monday or Hit the Button. (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button)

> Today we are looking at the 4 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – How do I divide a 2-digit by a 1-digit number, with exchanging, using knowledge of the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 times table?

> This week we will be continuing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> Below are a few attachments for the lesson.

> There is the usual PowerPoint which we would use in our lesson.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – The Secrets of Stonehenge – How do I record non-fiction information in a leaflet?

> We are going write up our research about Stonehenge in the form of an information leaflet.

> Use your plans from yesterday

> Use your questions as headings

> Ensure that your answers are full sentences and are factual.

> Make sure that you are not repeating facts.

> Concentrate on the quality of your sentences. Make them as informative as possible

>Show your best presentation

* evidence required

(This is a double lesson – Wednesday & Thursday)

Reading

Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Learning Journey – Science – Who was Sir Issac Newton?

> This is a two week project. You will be investigating non-Newtonian liquid.

You will need some cornflour to carry out the activity next week

> Thursday 14th January – Research and answer the questions on Sir Issac Newton, using the PowerPoint.

> Thursday 21st January – Making some oobleck and investigating its unusual properties, using the PowerPoint. Please record your findings. You may wish to use the sheet attached.

Home-learning – Wednesday 20th January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card (attached from Monday) from the P.E. hub.

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the second set of words on Blue Blyton (bridge, child, ear, hear, near, eat, seat, going, gone) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to the use the template from Monday or Hit the Button. (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button)

> Today we are looking at the 4 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – How do I divide 2-digit numbers by a 1-digit number, using knowledge of the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 times table?

> This week we will be continuing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> Below are a few attachments for the lesson.

> There is the usual PowerPoint which we would use in our lesson.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – The Secrets of Stonehenge – How do I record non-fiction information in a leaflet?

> We are going write up our research about Stonehenge in the form of an information leaflet.

> Use your plans from yesterday

> Use your questions as headings

> Ensure that your answers are full sentences and are factual.

> Make sure that you are not repeating facts.

> Concentrate on the quality of your sentences. Make them as informative as possible

>Show your best presentation

* evidence required

(This is a double lesson – Wednesday & Thursday)

Reading

Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

R.E. – Stories with hidden meanings – What is the meaning of The Parable of the Talents and why is this an important message for all of us?

>This week in RE you will be looking at a PowerPoint showing the story of The Parable of the Talents and thinking about the message within this.

>We would then like you to think of things that you enjoy doing and things that you are good at and create a poster to show some of these.

Tuesday 19th January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may wish to do a Cosmic Yoga or Go Noodle or Just Dance. You can find all of these on YouTube.

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the first ten words on Blue Blyton (after, are, ask, please, behind, blew, flew, threw, blue, true) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 3 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use our usual template (attached yesterday) or Hit the Button. (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button)

> Today would usually be our test day so we have attached a copy for you to use if you wish.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – How do I multiply a 2-digit by a 1-digit number, with exchanging, using knowledge of the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 times table?

> This week we will be continuing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> Below are a few attachments for the lesson.

> There is the usual PowerPoint which we would use in our lesson.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – The Secrets of Stonehenge – How do I select and group information?

> We are going to plan a leaflet about Stonehenge. Today’s lesson is to select and group the information that you find most fascinating about Stonehenge.

> Use your questions as headings

> Ensure that your answers are full sentences and are factual

> Make sure that you are not repeating facts

* evidence required

Reading

Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Learning Journey – History – What was life like in an Iron Age hill fort?

> In the lesson today we are now moving into the Iron Age. This was a new age when iron replaced bronze as the main metal for tools and weaponry.

> Begin the lesson by looking at the timeline from the Starter slide on the PowerPoint to find out when the Iron Age began.

> During the Iron Age, society changed a lot and people lived in tribes that were often at war with each other. Iron Age people (sometimes called Celts) built hillforts for themselves where they could live and farm. The hillforts also provided protection and a good lookout place for any enemy tribes approaching.

> Today you will need to imagine that you were about to build a hillfort. With no supermarkets, cars or online shopping, everything that you need must be grown or made within the hillfort including food, clothes, cooking pots and weapons for protection.

> Please draw your own Iron Age hill fort, labelling each item.

Home-learning – Monday 18th January

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card attached from the P.E. hub.

Spellings – Blue Blyton

> Practise the first ten words on Blue Blyton (after, are, ask, please, behind, blew, flew, threw, blue, true) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 3 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use our usual template attached or Hit the Button. (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button)

> Today we are looking at the 3 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – Can I multiply 2 digits by 1 digit with exchanging?

> This week we will be continuing the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> Below are a few attachments for the lesson.

> There is the usual PowerPoint which we would use in our lesson.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> This lesson is slightly different in that there is an activity to follow during the input. The activity is all about playing with numbers and seeing what totals you can make (similar to last Thursday’s digit card activity).

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – The Secrets of Stonehenge – How do I refine information from the internet?

> We are going to be finding out answers to our list of questions about Stonehenge. When taking notes, we are rewriting in our own words not copying straight from the internet. Can you find out information about Stonehenge from the internet to answer your questions?

> Look at the Stonehenge PowerPoint below to help.

> You may like to use these websites below or find some search for reliable websites yourself.

> https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z82hsbk/articles/zg8q2hv

> https://www.factsjustforkids.com/engineering-facts/stonehenge-facts-for-kids.html

> https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/general-history/stonehenge-facts/

* evidence required

Reading

Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

P.S.H.E. – Character Trait – What is kindness? 

> Read the kindness PowerPoint

> Complete the Bucket of Kindness activity at the end of the PowerPoint

Well-being activity – Happy Place

> Think about a place that makes you feel very happy. Is it a real place? Is it a made up or imaginary place?

This could be the seaside, mountains, countryside, home, school, a memory, different seasons such as snowy winters, flowers in spring, butterflies, falling autumn leaves, hot summer barbecues, Imaginary scenes

> Using all of your senses, think about what you can see, feel, smell, taste and hear?

> Draw your happy place. It could be real or it could be from your imagination.

> Whenever you feel sad, upset, worried or stressed try and remember your happy place. Visualise it!

Home learning – Week 3

Good Morning Year 3, it’s the Year 3 team here.

Miss Lade, Mrs Poore and Miss Timperley.

We have loved seeing all your amazing work this week, you are all working so hard and we really appreciate all the effort you are putting into your home learning. Please thank your parents and carers for all the support they are giving to you. We have had some technical issues this week. We have been marking your work daily, but for some reason, you have been unable to see some of the feedback that we have given you about your work. We spent Friday afternoon and Saturday trying to sort the issue. We now hope you should all have received some feedback or a message. To see the replies it is best if you have your gmail account open. You need to go to the waffle, which is the 3 by 3 array in the corner of the page, and click Gmail. This will open your Gmail account.  Please can you let us know that you have seen the message by replying with your initials, just as you would in class.

Well done for completing all the Maths work from our second unit of multiplication and division. You will have seen that the lessons are following the same structure as we would in school. Start with some times tables practice and then work your way through the PowerPoint. Please choose to complete the set of questions that you feel most able to do (developing, expected or greater depth) just as you would in class. Remember to have a go at the problems at the end. This week we will be continuing with Multiplication and Division. We have also set you some MyMaths questions if you would like to use these to support your learning.  

Thank you for handing in your fantastic work on Stonehenge. Hopefully you will now have some great ideas and information that you will be able to include when you write you information book this week. Remember you can include pictures and diagrams in your booklets. Don’t forget to put in those capital letters, full stops and question marks. 

We have loved seeing photos of the Stonehenge models that you have been making, including one of Stonehenge in the snow. Some of you already completed both weeks Science. Well done. Hopefully it wasn’t too messy. The Science this term is being set by Mrs Ford for the whole school so if you have a brother or sister at home this is something you could do together each week. 

The P.H.S.E. lesson is all about Kindness. See how many times you can make your parents and carers smile this week. We end the week with a ‘Draw with Rob’. We would love to see your drawing, as they always make us smile.  Remember to turn in your work where it says evidence required. You can email us with any questions or problems.  You will be hearing from one of us throughout the week. We look forward to seeing your work.

Have a good week 🙂

Home-learning – Friday 15th January

Cosmic Yoga

> Have a go at a Cosmic Yoga of your choice.

(30 minutes)

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – Multiply 2 digits by 1 digit (1)

> This week we will be focusing on the second unit of Multiplication and Division.

> Below are a few attachments for the lesson.

> There is the usual PowerPoint which we would use in our lesson.

You may wish to start with practising your 3 times tables.

The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

(1 hour)

English/History

> We are going to be making notes on a subject. When taking notes, we are rewriting in our own words not copying straight from the text. Can you make notes using the key-facts? You could make notes by highlighting the information.

> Look at the Stonehenge PowerPoint below to help.

> There is also a PDF with some Stonehenge facts. These are differentiated with a 1, 2 and 3 star sheet.

* evidence required

(1 hour)

Latin – How do you sing a song in Latin?

> Have a look at the attached PowerPoint below and follow the three songs. See if you can make connections between the words in English compared to Latin and have fun with it.

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