Hello Year 3,
We have set another weeks work, beginning on the 13th July.
This is your last week of home schooling. We are extremely sad that we did not get to finish the year with you but we look forward to seeing your lovely faces back in school in September.
So that your new teacher can get to know you, fill out the ‘For My New Teacher’ booklet. Remember to impress your new teacher with your handwriting, use of the year 3 success criteria and fabulous vocabulary.
You need to click on the links below and watch any videos/ tutorials and complete the activities – some of these may be quizzes. Any task that cannot be completed online, need to be written into your exercise books or on paper.
Using inverted commas to show speech – complete activity 1, 2, 3 and 4
Mastering inverted commas – complete activity 1, 2 and 3
Read through the sentences – can you spot where the missing punctuation is? Re-write the sentences with the correct punctuation. Look out for missing capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, exclamation marks, inverted commas and apostrophes for contraction.
1. where have you been all day
2. ill need two things a tent and a sleeping bag
3. i don’t believe it
4. youre my friend my very best friend
5. how awful
6. please could you fetch me three apples two pears a peach and a cartoon of juice
7. if you dont stop immediately im going to cry
8. don’t do that actually never mind
9. move along theres nothing to see here the police officer said
10. thomas had five hundred pounds
11. come back that’s bengjamins bike she yelled
12. shenika cant stand fruit cake benny will eat it
This week in maths, we will be looking at using bar charts and tables to present data and interpreting pictograms.
Presenting bar charts – Read through the example and then complete section A and B. Extension: section C
Interpreting bar charts – Read through the example and then complete section A and B. Extension: section C. Remember to work out the value of each division (square)
Complete the worksheet on tables – there are three separate parts
Read through the text about Internet Safety Day and answer the questions in full sentences.
Please don’t forget how important reading EVERY DAY is.
Remember the two websites below in case you have run out of books to read:
1) All our eBooks are tablet-friendly. Just register or log in above to start reading.
2) The website below allows children to listen to audio books:
Below is next week’s spelling list – use each word in 10 separate sentences in the correct context. Below is a link to an online dictionary in case you do not know the meaning of the word. Also, copy each word out 5 times in your book (one each day).
This week we are continuing to learn to spell commonly used words.
PLEASE SCROLL DOWN THE PAGE TO HOMEWORK FOR THIS WEEKS WORKSHEETS
Stuck for ideas on supporting your children with spellings? Have a look at the ideas and apps that are recommended by Hertfordshire specialist teachers in the PDF titled “Supporting your child with spellings”. Children of NHS workers can also access free accounts on the TTRS (Touch Type Read and Spell) program during school closure. This is a dyslexia friendly touch typing program that simultaneously overlearns spellings (only uses real words) and gradually introduces typing short sentences. You would need to contact them directly to organise this. (BBC do their own touch typing programme which is free https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr but this is not linked with spellings.)
Parents, please see following links for safe use of the internet for parents and carers.
• Internet matters – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
• London Grid for Learning – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
• Net-aware – for support for parents and careers from the NSPCC
• Parent info – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
• Thinkuknow – for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
• UK Safer Internet Centre – advice for parents and carers
The class teachers are:
- Miss Williams
- Miss Banks
- Miss O’Brien and Miss Brooks