# Year 3 – Tuesday 24th March 2020

Good morning everyone, here are you tasks for today!

Writing:

Have a look at the picture.
Write a description in the comments section.

What can you see?
What might you hear?

Maths:

This is a reminder that you can practice your timestables at: https://ttrockstars.com/

Maths Challenge:

Place each of the numbers 1 to 5 in the V shape below so that the two arms of the V have the same total.

How many different possibilities are there? Write how many possibilities you have in the comments.

What do you notice about all the solutions you find?

Can you explain what you see to someone at home?

Can you convince someone that you have all the solutions?

What happens if we use the numbers from 2 to 6?

Geography

Watch this video.

1. What is a tsunami?
2. What causes a tsunami?
3. How fast can tsunami’s travel?

British Sign Language:

Every day at 1pm, Natasha and her sister will be teaching the nation some British Sign Language on Youtube.

They started yesterday, so you might want to catch up on yesterday’s video before you join in today.

Follow this link to find her Youtube channel and click on her video’s called ‘Learn Beginners British Sign Language’

BSL is an important skill that you may need to use one day, even if it is just the basics.

### 8 thoughts on “Year 3 – Tuesday 24th March 2020”

• 24th March 2020 at 12:22 pm

SECTION 1 : Writing:
In this picture I can see trains and some of them are riding the rail way and others are standing still.
I can hear people talking in their house loudly to their children.

SECTION 3 : Geography:
1) What is a tsunami?
Tsunami’s are huge killer waves caused by an upsurge in the water levels caused by the vertical jolt that occurs on the sea or ocean bed due to earthquake or volcanic eruption.

2) What causes a tsunami?
Tsunamis are caused by sudden movements of the ocean floor, due to earthquakes, landslides on the seafloor, land slumping into the ocean and large volcanic eruptions.

3) How fast can tsunami’s travel?
Tsunami’s can travel for up to 500 miles per hour.

• 24th March 2020 at 3:37 pm

Some more fantastic responses, Maja. Also, thank you for your email to show us how well you are getting on with your home learning pack. Super job! Miss Lindop

• 24th March 2020 at 3:45 pm

No problem at all, it’s a pleasure. Maja was really happy to hear all your lovely comments & feedback on her home learning work ☺️ Thank You.

• 24th March 2020 at 7:32 pm

Geography
A tsunami is caused by an earthquake or some movements in the ocean floor or volcanic eruptions. It can travel 500 miles per hour which is almost as fast as a jet plane. A tsunami is a very big killer waves.

Writing
I can see lots of old, ruined, rusty trains that dont work anymore. Theres also lots of green grass.

• 25th March 2020 at 4:13 pm

Writing – (sorry we are a day late writing this!) Too busy learning the guitar!

I can see trains. I can see an engine shed. I can see an old truck. I can see an old coach. Also, power lines and tracks for the trains to run on.
I can hear the train horns. I can hear the wheels moving along the tracks.

• 7th April 2020 at 7:50 pm

I can see a old fashion train that looks abandoned that maybe made in the 1501.
The grass is greenish than a frog sitting on a leaf.
A rusty egine shed rusty than a old fashioned car which was in the 1800.
And, power lines to make the train to go on
Also the truck is old, rusty as dirt.
And lots of abandoned, haunted houses.

ROSEN

• 7th April 2020 at 8:12 pm

A Tsumami is when a Earthaquake,volcano,landslide,lands slumping on the sea that makes a Tsumami in water.

ROSEN