# Year 3 – Thursday 23rd April 2020

Good morning, everyone!

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This weeks winners are (drum roll please…)

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## Maths:

Remind yourself of the adding you did with money yesterday.

• How many p in one pound?
• If I have one pound and 36 pence what is that in just pence?
• If I have 298 pence what is that in pounds and pence?

Now have a look at these questions to extend yesterday’s learning:

# Finished all of that? Want something else to do?

## PE:

Of course, everyone should be staying active and as healthy as possible right now so have a go at this fun video to help you get moving:

## Story time:

No problem! Listening to a story is just as good as reading one.

### 9 thoughts on “Year 3 – Thursday 23rd April 2020”

• 23rd April 2020 at 10:56 am

This story isn’t for my age, I think it’s for younger students.

• 23rd April 2020 at 12:17 pm

SPAG:

Part (A)
1) build
2) decide
3) early
4) group
5) bicycle
7) opposite
8) thought

Part (B)
1) February
2) medicine
3) experiment
4) height
5) century
6) different
7) library
8) possible

1) and
2) now
3) either /or
4) so
5) even if
6) both / and
7) because
8) even though
9) not only
10) although

MATHS:

Question 1: There is a 100 p in a £1 coin.
Question 2: 136 p is the same as one pound and 36 pence.
Question 3: 298 pence that is : two pounds and 98 pence.

a) £3 and 85 pence + £ 6 and 45 pence = £10 and 30 pence.
b) £ 7 and 15 pence + £ 8 and 85 pence = £ 16 only

• 23rd April 2020 at 12:45 pm

3£ 85p +7£ 15p+6£ 45p+8£ 85p=27£ 30p

• 23rd April 2020 at 12:46 pm

I can do 178 workout in 16 minutes

• 23rd April 2020 at 1:03 pm

MATHS:
1£ =100p
£1 .36p=136p
298p=£2.98p

a) £10.30p
b) £16

MATHS CHALLENGE:
Rosie doesn’t have enough money.
£3.35p+85p+85p=£5.05p

1.bild- build
2.disside-decide
3.erlie-early
4.groop-group
5.bisikle-bicycle
7.oposit-opposite
8.thort-thought

1.Februry-February
2.medisin-medicine
3.expirimint-experiment
4.hite-
5.sentuary-sanctuary
6.difrent-different
7.librie-library
8.posibil-possible

1.I went to bed very late and I m tired today.
2.My dad has fixed my bike but I can take it to the park.
3.We are having either pasta or curry for dinner.
4.I listened to the weather forecast so that put an umbrella in my bag.
5.I will always support my local team,although they always lose!
6.The weather is forecast to be both hot and humid.
7.My brother is grumpy because he has got to do his homework.
8.He goes abroad on holiday,even though he doesn’t like flying.
9.My mum is not only a brilliant doctor,but she is a great runner too.
10.I enjoy playing hockey even if it’s not my favourite sport.

• 23rd April 2020 at 7:51 pm

SPELLING
1. Build
2. Decide
3. Early
4. Group
5. Bicycle
7. Oposite
8. Thought

1. February
2. Medicine
3. Experiment
4. Height
5. Centuary
6. Different
7. Library
8. Possible

• 23rd April 2020 at 8:10 pm

GRAMMAR
1. And
2. So
3. Either/or
4. So that
5. Even if
6. Both / and
7. Because
8. Even though
9. Not only / but
10. Although

• 23rd April 2020 at 8:23 pm

MATHS
a. £10 30p
B. £16

MATHS CHALLENGE
Rosie does not have enough money to buy a car and 2 apples.
£3 and 35p + 85p + 85p = £5 and 5p.

• 24th April 2020 at 1:22 pm

Spag
1.build
2.decide
3.early
4.group
5.bicycle
7.opposite
8.thought

1.february
2.medicine
3.experiment
4.height
5.centuary
6.different
7.library
8.possible

Grammar
1.and
2.so
3.either/or
4.and
5.even though
6.not only/but
7.because
8.although
9.not only/but
10.but

Maths
A.£10.30p
B.£16.00

Maths challenge
No she wouldn’t as it comes to £5.05p