# Year 3 – Thursday 4th June 2020

Good morning, everyone!

Every Thursday, we will be giving virtual certificates to those people who have really impressed us this week. So keep those responses coming in and if you don’t get one this week, you might after half term!

This weeks winners are (drum roll please…)

Well done to those people and everyone else who is responding on the blogs or via email.

Thank you again for joining in with and completing the daily tasks on the blog.

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 email us some pictures of your work on yearthree@lingsprimary.org.uk

It could be your name on a certificate next week.

## SPaG:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zn4dqp3

Work through this BBC bitesize lesson on facts and opinions. There are videos, interactive tasks and a worksheet to complete. Let us know how you get on.

## Maths:

Today’s video:

Today’s worksheet:

Thursday Worksheet

## PE:

Have a go at this lovely workout, try and get all of your family involved too!

# Finished? Have a go at these activities too…

## Daily Riddle:

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!

Here is today’s riddle: What has one eye but cannot see?

## 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.

Today’s problem:

## 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

## Story time:

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 the chapters before half term you’ll need to go back and catch up. If you miss a day you’ll need to catch up too.

### 9 thoughts on “Year 3 – Thursday 4th June 2020”

• 4th June 2020 at 9:28 am

Maths Challenge:
11+4 =12+3

Daily Riddle:

What has one eye but cannot see?

Needle

• 4th June 2020 at 9:51 am

Hi miss beckwith I can’t find the cercifacate

• 4th June 2020 at 11:00 am

SPAG
1. A fact is supported by evidence and its correct 100%.
2. A opinion is subjective and exclusive.
3. A fact needs to be supported by evidence.

• 4th June 2020 at 11:04 am

MATHS CHALLENGE
11+4=12+3

• 4th June 2020 at 11:44 am

SPAG
Activity 1

A teenage Prime Minister is a great idea –

The Prime Minister is the head of UK’s government –

Prime Ministers make terrible decisions –

Maths Challenge:
11 + 4 = 15
12 + 3 = 15

Daily Riddle:
What has one eye but cannot see?
A Needle

• 4th June 2020 at 11:48 am

1) Opinion
2) Fact
3) Opinion

• 4th June 2020 at 11:49 am

SPaG
Opinion
fact
fact
Opinion
Opinion
fact
fact: Bands are a group.
opinion: I don’t like bands because they are to noisy
fact: Food helps you grow if you do not eat to much of it
opinion: I like food
fact: My classroom as a nice teacher
opinion: I like my classroom
fact: School makes you be smart
opinion: I like school
fact: rabbits jump around
Opinion: I like rabbits
Fact: a pencil is for you to write with
Opinion: I don’t like pencils because they hurt your hands

MATHS CHALLENGE
11+4=12+3

• 4th June 2020 at 1:39 pm

Maths challenge:
11+4=12+3
A) less than is b)
b) greater than is c)

Spag:
1. A fact is something true e.g the priminster is a teen.
2. An opinion is someone who belives in something.
3. Supported by truth.

Fact: As a fact Tigers are carnivours.
Opinion: I belive Lions are strong.

• 4th June 2020 at 1:54 pm

MATHS CHALLENGE :

SPAG:
1) Facts are definitely true. EXAMPLE: The rain falls from the sky.
2) Opinion is how you feel or what you think about something. EXAMPLE: Days are better when its dry.
3) Fact needs to be supported by evidence.

ACTIVITY 1:
(STEP 1)
A teenage Prime Minister is a great idea. – OPINION
The Prime Minister is head of the UK’s government. – FACT
Prime Ministers make terrible decisions.- OPINION

ACTIVITY 2:
1. Pandas are cuter than meerkats. – OPINION
2. The Houses of Parliament are in London.- FACT
3. Apples grow on trees.- FACT
4. My cat is the best cat in the world! – OPINION
5. Ice cream is horrible.- OPINION
6. Water will become ice if the temperature is cold enough.- FACT