# Year 3 – Tuesday 28th April

Good morning lovely people!

Well done everyone who has responded to any of the tasks so far.

Remember we are giving out virtual certificates on Thursday to those people who stand out!

If you are having a go at the tasks on paper or in books then do let us know what you’ve completed by commenting at the bottom of the page or emails us at yearthree@lingsprimary.org.uk

## Writing:

Have a look at this picture.

• How many animals can you see on the ark? How many animals can you see in the water?
• List the animals you can see.
• What has happened here?
• Why is the boat sinking?
• Why were the animals (and the man) on the boat in the first place?
• What do you think is going to happen? How could the boat be stopped from sinking

## Maths:

Today’s video:

Today’s worksheet:

Maths Lesson 2

## History:

Watch this video

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/znjqxnb

What things would you find in an Anglo-Saxon farm?
What were Anglo-Saxon homes made from?
Why did the Anglo-Saxon’s live on farms like the one in the video?

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

## Daily riddle:

This week we are going to be posting a riddle a day. The answers will be revealed the next day so you need to check each day to see if you got it right. Involve everybody you can and see who is correct!

Yesterday’s answer: Friday is the man’s horse!

Here is today’s riddle:

I am an odd number.
Take away a letter and I become even.
What am I?

## Music:

Listen to the song below – you might have heard this one in the charts this week – and answer these questions as you listen.

1. What instruments can you hear?
2. What two words would you use to describe the song?
3. What is the tempo (speed) like?
4. What is the genre of this piece?
5. Do you like this piece? Why? Why not?

Bella has set you all another challenge this week.

We can’t wait to see who completes it all!

## Story Time:

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

### 18 thoughts on “Year 3 – Tuesday 28th April”

• 28th April 2020 at 9:55 am

It’s Mrs B here and I think I know the answer to the riddle but I’m not telling 😊

Mrs B ❤

• 28th April 2020 at 10:34 am

There was once a man called Noah god told Noah that the whole entire city would be flooded . One day Noah crafted an Ark so he had to put a male and female of every animal on the boat including Noah and his family went sailing off. At one moment Noah’s Ark started to tip over because all the animals moved to one side 13 animals were on the boat and 5 were in the ocean.The Ark could stop if all of the animals that can swim push.

• 28th April 2020 at 10:43 am

Maths:
444 -139=305
998 -329=669
738 – 119=619
470 – 256=214

• 28th April 2020 at 10:49 am

I will figure out this riddle no time

• 28th April 2020 at 11:01 am

A violin and drum
Its amazing
Speed and slow
Good

• 28th April 2020 at 11:06 am

What instruments can i hear?
I can here a piano,violin,drums.
what to words would you use to describe the song?
lovely and brilliant
what is the tempo seem like?
Slow
What is the genre of this piece ?
hopeful
Do you like this piece why/why not?
i like it because it is inspiring , catchy and relaxing

• 28th April 2020 at 11:50 am

MATHS CHALLENGE:

444-139 = 305
998-329 = 669
738-119 = 619
470-256 = 214

MUSIC:
1) What instruments can you hear?
I could hear the orchestra and the instruments that I could hear playing were : piano, violins, drums and clash cymbals.

2) What two words would you use to describe the song?
The two words that I would use to describe this song are: uplifting but also calming at the same time.

3) What is the tempo (speed) like?
I would say the tempo of this song was moderate, but at times it was accelerating a little bit to show the uplifting mood of the song.

4) What is the genre of this piece?
I would say it is a classical orchestra style piece with choir singing along, a bit like a hymn.

5) Do you like this piece? Why? Why not?
I liked this song, because I felt calm when I was listening to it.

• 28th April 2020 at 12:11 pm

Maths Challenge:
14
43
-139
303

18
98
329
-669

18
728
119
619

10
460
256
214

Daily Riddle:

I am an odd number
If you take a letter away I am even
What Am I?

I think the answer is because you didn’t say anything about the word having the same amount of letters as an even number so I think you are number 1.

• 28th April 2020 at 12:14 pm

In the maths challenge sorry for the numbers at the top.

• 28th April 2020 at 12:52 pm

WRITING:

One sunny day an Old Man repairs his ark to go to Sea to catch fish.The Dog come to his aid ,but they couldn’t do both,so they called for help.Tiger,Monkey,Lion,Leopard,Elephant,Zebra,Bear,Giraffe,Rhino,Frog,Badger,Goat,Deer,Walrus,Crow,Frog came.They repaired the Ark and all set sail.After a few minutes,because they were too many on the Ark, the Ark began to sink.From the Ark fell The Zebra,after it fell The Leopard,The Goat,The Frog.
The more the Ark sank,the more frightened The Animals and The Old Man. In the Ark were The Old Man,The Lion,The Tiger,The Monkey,The Bear,The Dog,The Walrus,The Elephant,The Giraffe,The Rhino,The Crow,The Deer.
The Old Man told them that they had to climb as high as possible to form a balance and not sink.All The Animals climbed up as high as possible,the ARK returned to normal and so they helped the Animals in the water get back into the Ark.
And so slowly they all reached the shore alive.

MATHS:
444-139=310
998-329=669
738-119=619
470-256=214

• 28th April 2020 at 12:54 pm

So sorry:
444-139=305

• 28th April 2020 at 1:47 pm

I have not heard from ryder

• 28th April 2020 at 3:48 pm

Writing:
1) How many animals can you see in the ark? How many animals can you see in the water?
I can see 14 animals in the ark.
I can see 5 animals in the water.
2) List the animals you can see.
I see a giraffe, an elephant, and a frog
3) What happened?
The ark sunk.
4) Why is the boat sinking?
Probably because of Noah being on one side and all the other animals on the other side.
5) Why were the animals (and the man) on the (ark) in the first place?
Because they were riding off to somewhere else.

Maths lesson 2:
1. (a)3/5

(b) 2/5

(c) 3/5 + 2/5 = 5/5= 1

2. (a) 3/4

(b) 1/4

(c) 3/4 + 1/4 = 4/4 = 1

Maths challenge:

1) 303
2)669
3)619
4)214

• 28th April 2020 at 3:52 pm

I know the answer to the riddle. Hint: The number is in between 5 and 9
Don’t forget we’re talking in odd numbers!

• 28th April 2020 at 4:21 pm

STORY TIME
I just watched the story “Unlike other Monsters” and I liked it a lot! This story is about friendships and it doesn’t matter who you are, it is so good to have a friend and be a good friend.

• 28th April 2020 at 5:14 pm

HISTORY
1. You could find Homes, animals, vegetables, food and water in the Anglo-saxon homes.
2. Anglo-saxon homes were made from natural materials such as wood, sticks, stones, mud and straw.
3. The Anglo-saxons lived in the farms because there were their homes.

• 28th April 2020 at 5:35 pm

Writing: In jungle lived a man and animals who were friends of the wh ale they. all lived on a tree house because If they went down, they get eaten by the hunter expect the lion who protected the tree house.

One sunny morning the animals saw outside they were shocked but they had to live because if they didn’t their tree would chop down by the Wood cutter. He was trying to help them They had to build a ark enough large for every animal and the hunter and the man.
It took one day to by to every one went on the ark. But sadly, the bout on a whale 5 animal were unlucky and rest were safe. The whale brings the animal to the forest they settle down there and the whale went to checked if the flooded has disappeared. Good news it had been gone forever they went back home.

Maths:
1)
a) What fraction of the counters are yellow?
3/5
b) What fraction of the counters are red?
2/5
c) Complete the number sentence.
3/5+2/5=5/5=1

2) a) What fraction of the tower is green?
3/4
b) What fraction of the tower is blue?
1/4
c) Complete the number sentence.
3/4+1/4=4/4=1
3)
A) What fraction of each shape is shaded?
1/3,2/3,3/3= one whole

B) Which fraction represents a whole?
1/2,2/2= one whole
4)
a) Write three fractions that are less than one whole
1/8
2/8
3/8
b) Write three fractions that are equal to one whole
4/4
5/5
6/6

5) Choose a phrase to complete the sentences.
greater than less than equal to

a) When the numerator is greater then the denominator, the
fraction is less than one whole.

B) When the numerator is equal to the denominator, the
fraction is equal to one whole

6) circle the fractions that are equivalent to one whole
2/2
5/5
4/4
10/10
3/3

7) Here are 1
3 of Jack’s marbles. (i did not get this question)

8)
What fraction are boys?
5/7
9)Each bar model is worth one whole.
Split the bar model and label the missing fractions.
3/4
3/5
3/10
10) Complete the number sentences
a) 3/5+2/5=1
b) 6/10+4/10=1
c) 1=2/7+5/5
d) 9/9+4/9=5/9

Maths Challenge:
1) 305
2) 669
3) 169
4) 214

History:

a) What things would you find in an Anglo-Saxon farm?
wattle daub made from some tree so home can be warm and dry and could be smelly and home is
b) What were Anglo-Saxon homes made from?
made from natural materials so they rode to rocked over time.
c) Why did the Anglo-Saxon’s live on farms like the one in the video?
they provided everything they need it was fresh food water and home made stuff for friend and family around.

I am an odd number.
Take away a letter and I become even.
What am I?

Seven 777777