Welcome back to the blog everyone!
We hope you have had a nice weekend, even if the weather hasn’t been great.
We will be updating the blog with English, Maths and wider curriculum tasks every day at 9am.
If you have not finished all of the work in your learning packs, which we sent home, then feel free to continue with these.
Don’t forget, we don’t expect you to be doing school work all day, every day!
It’s important to take regular breaks, get outside and stay healthy (especially if the sunshine returns).
If you can’t get outside, Joe Wicks is still doing his Youtube P.E. lessons on his Youtube channel every morning at 9am.
Find them here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
We look forward to seeing your responses throughout the week.
Mrs Beckwith, Miss Lindop, Miss Barden and Miss Willmer.
Here are today’s tasks:
Read ‘How Weeds Get Everywhere!’ and then answer the questions underneath.
Why are these calculations wrong? Prove it by showing your working out.
Watch this video and then think about the questions below.
- Who challenged Jesus?
- How does Jesus define “neighbour”?
- Who is our neighbour?
- What did the lawyer learn from this parable?
- What lessons did you learn from this parable?
- Why is it important for us to be willing to help others?
Discuss this with a trusted adult at home.
Finished? Have a go at these tasks too…
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!
Friday’s answer: Only 2 of the men got wet hair because the third man was bald!
Here is today’s riddle:
What word is always spelt wrong in the dictionary?
Spot the Difference:
Have a go at this spot the difference. We will post the answers tomorrow, just like we do with the riddle. There are 10 differences today.
Hit the button:
We play this game in class all of the time, see how many of your times tables facts you can get right in 1 minute. Remember, in Year 3 you should know your 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables.
Have a go at this fractions matching game. Click on the link, click fractions and then drag the two fractions that you think are the same.
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.