Good morning everyone!
Thank you again for joining in with and completing the daily tasks on the blog.
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You might be in with a chance of a certificate on Thursday!
Here are today’s tasks:
On Thursday this week there’s going to be a worldwide attempt to break a Guinness World Record.
We want you to join in with this!
With adult help, follow the link below for more information on the attempt at the record.
It’s something different and all you need to do is get an adult to register with an email and be ready for an arty world record on Thursday afternoon.
Today we would like you to work your way through the PowerPoint below.
It explains how to write a story full of tension and suspense.
Make sure you pay attention to everything it tells you.
Once you’ve flicked through the PowerPoint, we would like you to plan using these questions and picture to help you.
We don’t want you to write the story today. You will be writing tomorrow, using the plan you’ve created today.
Follow the link below and learn about what the Anglo-Saxons liked to do.
Once you’ve read the information and had a look at the pictures of Anglo-Saxon treasures, have a go at designing your own. It could be a brooch or a helmet or a musical instrument.
Listen to the song below and then answer these questions as you listen.
- What instruments can you hear?
- What two words would you use to describe the song?
- What is the tempo (speed) like?
- What is the genre of this piece?
- Do you like this piece? Why? Why not?
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!
Yesterday’s answer: The knight (night), the king and the queen.
Here is today’s riddle:
What has to be broken before you can use it?
Spot the Difference:
Have a go at this spot the difference. There are 6 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 continue listening to a few chapters from Charlie and The Chocolate Factory each day, if you missed last week you’ll need to go back and catch up. If you miss a day you’ll need to catch up too.