Welcome back everyone.
We hope you had a lovely bank holiday weekend and enjoyed the lovely hot weather.
We will be updating the blog with English, Maths and wider curriculum tasks every day at 9am.
If you haven’t 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 continues).
If you can’t get outside, Joe Wicks is still doing his Youtube P.E. lessons on his Youtube channel every morning at 9am.
(Miss Lindop hasn’t missed a single session since Joe began back in March)
Find them here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
Remember you can also email any pictures of your work or questions you might have to us on email@example.com
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 this poem and then answer the questions below.
Watch this parable of ‘The Lost Sheep’ and then answer the questions below.
- If you had 100 sheep and one was missing, would you go look for it? Or would you think, I have 99 so why look for the lost one?
- Who was going to watch the 99 sheep while the shepherd was gone?
- What does this story tell us about God’s love for us?
- Why do you think Jesus told this parable?
- What does it mean to you today?
Finished? Have a go at these activities 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!
Thursday’s answer: A glove has five fingers but isn’t alive.
Here is today’s riddle:
If things go wrong, what can you always count on?
Spot the Difference:
Have a go at this spot the difference, there are 5 differences today. We will post the answers tomorrow, just like we do with the riddle.
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.
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.
This week we are going to be listening to a few chapters from Charlie and The Chocolate Factory each day, if you miss a day you’ll need to catch up!