# Year 3 – Monday 4th May 2020

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.

We look forward to seeing your responses throughout the week.

Mrs Beckwith, Miss Lindop, Miss Barden and Miss Willmer.

## Maths:

Today’s video:

Today’s worksheet:

Monday Maths Worksheet

## Maths Challenge:

Why are these calculations wrong? Prove it by showing your working out.

## RE:

Watch this video and then think about the questions below.

Discussion questions:

• 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?

## Computing:

Discuss this with a trusted adult at home.

# Finished? Have a go at these tasks too…

## 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!

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.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

## Fractions Matcher:

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.

## Story Time:

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

### 11 thoughts on “Year 3 – Monday 4th May 2020”

• 4th May 2020 at 10:42 am

For the computing question I asked my daughter, Livvy, what she would do and she said she would tell her friend not to meet up with anyone that he doesn’t know and stop talking to them! She would then tell a trusted adult. Stay safe!

• 4th May 2020 at 10:44 am

I have found all 10 differences and sent them to Miss Lindop! Today I’m finding the riddle a little tricky.

Mrs B

• 4th May 2020 at 11:44 am

1. The who’s largest weed is giant hogweed.
2. Dandelions.
3. Another name for a clock is seed head.
4. Nettles can be used for medicines.
5. Feathered white tops make it easier for dandelions fly to in the air.
6. Another way is dandelions get into animal food and when it pop’s the dandelion grows.
7. It can grow up to 3.65m.
8. Germinate means grow.
9. It is.
10. It means grows again.

Maths Challenge:
349+473=832
3+9=12+110+700=832

762+638=1400
8+2=10+90+1300=1400

693+243=2106
3+3=6+1300+800=2106

Daily Riddle:

What word is always spelt wrong in the dictionary?
‘wrong’

• 4th May 2020 at 3:05 pm

1. The world largest weed is hogweed.
2. Sometimes wind helps move pollen around.
3. Another name for dandelion clock is called a seed head.
4. Nettles are used to make tea and medicines so they are actually useful.
5. Feathery, white tops that looks like umbrellas makes dandelion seeds good at floating.
6. Poo can spread a seed to germinate.
7. The largest weed can grow up to 3.65m.
8. Germinate means that the seeds start to grow.
9. It’s = it is.
10. Reproduce means making more seeds.

• 4th May 2020 at 12:06 pm

1. The largest weed in the whole world is Giant Hogweed.
2. The wind can blow the pollen around and spread the seeds.
3. Dandelion clocks are also called seed heads.
4. Nettles can be used for medicines and making tea.
5. Dandelions are good at floating because they have feathery tops that look like umbrellas.
6. Seeds can be spread by animals eating the fruit and they poo the seeds out.
7. The largest weed can grow to 3.65 meters tall.
8. Germinate means to grow.
9. It’s without the apostrophe is it is.
10. Reproduced means to get more.

Maths Challenge
a = 522
b = 1300
c = 936

The story was short but I enjoyed it.

• 4th May 2020 at 12:45 pm

1. The world’s largest weed is Giant Hogweed.
2.The wind.
3.Another name for dandelion ‘clock’ is seed head.
4.Nettles are used for making tea and medicines.
5.They all have feathery,white tops that look like umbrellas,this make them good at floating in the air.
6. Another way is dandelions get into animal food and when it pop’s the dandelion grows.
7.It can grow up to 3.65 m.
8.Germinate means grow.
9.It is.
10.Reproduce means to get more.

• 4th May 2020 at 1:18 pm

1 hogweed
2 wind
4 tea
5 wind
6 animals poo
7 3.65m
8 To grow
9 It is
10 It means grows again

Maths

0——————————1\2——————————1

0——————–1\3—————————————-1

0—————1\4———————————————1

2)

1\2 > 1\4

1\4 < 1\3

1\3 < 1\2

0 1 2 3
3) 0——–1\2——–2\2——–3\2——–4/2——–5/2——–6/2

Maths challenge:
1) 522
2) 1400
3) 936

• 4th May 2020 at 2:59 pm

RE:
I don’t know the correct answers to RE

Sorry

ICT
They shouldn’t go and they should ask for permission But the answer would be a big fat no.

• 4th May 2020 at 3:16 pm

Maths Challenge:

A) 412-173= 239
B) 1300-638= 662
C) 8136 – 243 = 7893

Religion:
1) Who challenged Jesus?
It was one of the men from the group of people that Jesus was teaching.

2) How does Jesus define “neighbour”?
Jesus defines “neighbour” using example of a Jewish man and a good Samaritan who helped the man to health from his injuries.

3) Who is our neighbour?
Our neighbour would be a good Samaritan that would show us compassion and help us in need.

4) What did the lawyer learn from this parable?
The lawyer learned from this parable that his neighbour would be a good Samaritan.

5) What lessons did you learn from this parable?
The lesson that I learned from this parable is that whenever you can, you should always try to help other that might need your help and try to act like the good Samaritan from the parable.

6) Why is it important for us to be willing to help others?
Its important for us to be willing to help others, because one day, we might be in need of someone else’s help.

• 4th May 2020 at 3:37 pm

Spot the difference

I have found all 10 differences and my mum will send them through to Miss Lindop later on 🙂

• 4th May 2020 at 7:57 pm

How weed get everywhere
1.Name the world largest seed?
It is named gaint hogweeed.

2.Name something mentioned in this text, other than bees and other insects that can be move pollen around?
Because of their smell and colour.

3. What was a other name for dandelion clock?
Another word for dandelion clock is a seed head.

4.what is good thing that nettles can be use for?
Nettles are use for making tea and medicine.

5.what makes dandelion seed good for floating in the air?
The wind to carry it near or far.

6.name another way mentioned in this text, apart from the wind, that s seed can be spread around to germaite in other place?
Make yet more dandelions.

7. How tall can the largest weed grow?
The largest grow by 3.65m.

8.what does germaite mean in the final paragraph?
A seed or a spore begin to grow.

9. In paragraph one, the author has written the contract word it apostrophe?
It covered and I mean covered in dandelions

10.In the fist paragraph what does reproduce mean?
Reproduce mean a seed.