Fruit and vegetables have replaced each of the nouns, can you re-write this so that it might make sense?
As the banana chugged through the beans, she stared out at the cucumber. Tiny strawberries clung to the tomatoes and in the melon, lemons grazed. A potato ran beside the lettuce, gurgling on its way to the radish. As she looked out at the cauliflower, she noticed the dark pineapple drifting overhead.
Fill in the gaps with positive adjectives:
Barry stared at the _______ burger. Outside the ______ window, a ______ wind swept across the _____ town. ______ cars purred by on the promenade, _______ newspapers tumbled along, driven by the _______ wind. The sea rolled up the ________ beach, crashing against the _______ rocks that lined the _______ shoreline.
Make sure you’ve had a go at your maths worksheets and your 10-minute workout booklet today.
If you don’t have your pack, or have finished it all answer these questions using the column method:
Write your answers in the comments.
Joe Wicks is doing daily PE lessons live on his Youtube channel at 9am.
Why don’t you join in and get active with him?
If you’ve finished that and still feel like being more active, you can practice for your fitness goals we set.
How many star jumps can you do in a minute?
How long can you hold a plank?
How many squats can you do in a minute?
Time yourself and let us know in the comments section.
Finished all of that? Want something else to do?
British Sign Language:
Every day at 1pm, Natasha and her sister will be teaching the nation some British Sign Language on Youtube.
They started last week, so you might want to catch up on those videos 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.
Want to do some reading but have read all of your books at home?
No problem! Listening to a story is just as good as reading one.
Very important mission:
Year 3 have been sent a VERY important mission and we would love for as many people as possible to join in with this.
As you know, we are experiencing a very strange time right now and for some people they are going through this alone without any family or friends around them.
Last week, we were asked if we could do something great for the elderly community in Northampton.
Year 3 have been given an address of a lovely elderly person who lives in a care home and we would love for you to send wonderful pictures, cards and letters to this address through the post to help them through this tough time and put a smile on their face.
All you will need is some pens, paper, an envelope and a stamp!
We would love to see pictures of you drawing or writing letters and then posting them into a post box either on the comments or to our year group email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Siblings and other relatives are welcome to join in too.
Year 3 teachers will be joining in with this in the hope that everyone does too!
Here’s the address:
Spencer House Care Home
Room Number 21
The Cheerful Little Letter Project
We look forward to seeing your pictures and letters being posted!