# Year 3 – Monday 22nd June 2020

Welcome back everyone.

We hope you had a nice weekend.

Fingers crossed the weather forecast is correct this week and the sun will shine!

We will be updating the blog with English, Maths and wider curriculum tasks every day at 9am.

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 sun is shining).

Remember you can also email any pictures of your work or questions you might have to us on yearthree@lingsprimary.org.uk

We look forward to seeing your responses throughout the week.

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

Remember, you don’t always have to read a book. It could be a newspaper, magazine, comic or even the back of a cereal box. Don’t have a book? Look for the ‘Oxford Owl’ blog post to see how you can read lots of books for FREE!

We want to see as many of you get involved and hopefully this year we can take first place.

Watch the video at the beginning and complete activities 1 and 2.

Don’t do activity 3, that’s for Friday!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zqqxdp3

## Maths:

Watch this video and then have a go at the questions below using the grid method:

1. 15×5=
2. 17×3=
3. 23×4=
4. 24×8=
5. 34×5=

## RE:

Watch this video and then answer the questions below in full sentences.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z9gkq6f

1. How do Sikh’s know all of the teachings of God?
2. What is the holy book for Sikh’s called?
3. How should they treat this book?
4. How do Sikh’s show the Guru Granth Sahib respect?
5. What is used to bless the food?

# Finished? Have a go at these activities too…

Today’s problem:

## Anagrams:

Anagrams are when the letters of a word are all jumbled up and it’s your job to work out what it is meant to say. So for example: ‘umpj’ would be ‘jump’.

Today there is a zoo theme. Can you work out what these anagrams are? Answers will be revealed tomorrow.

Today’s problem:

## Crystal Explorers:

Have a go at this game – you can choose any of the sections but the spellings would be a good place to start.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkbkf4j/articles/zbm8scw

## Story Time:

This week, we will be carrying on with some of Charlotte’s web but some days we may have something a little bit different for you. Today we are continuing with Charlotte’s web.

### 5 thoughts on “Year 3 – Monday 22nd June 2020”

• 22nd June 2020 at 10:27 am

1. They were worried because the prince was acting like an rooster.

2. The three things were that a chief came with the prince’s favourite food it did not work then the prince’s friends came the same thing happened.

3. 4 days

4. The wise man said that i sometimes like to eat people food.

5. That roosters can sit were they like.

6. We can all make choices.

Maths Challenge:

317 < 372

RE:
1. not sure
2. Holy book for Sikh’s called Guru Granth Sahib.
3. They should they treat this book respectfully.
4. They listen to the Guru Granth Sahib.
5. The blessed food is called prashad.

Computing:
Tell an adult and reject it.

• 22nd June 2020 at 1:15 pm

ANAGRAMS:

1) LION
2) TIGER
3) CAMEL
4) GIRAFFE
5) PENGUIN
6)ORANGUTAN

BONUS WORD : Turtle.

Computing.

In this situation you should show your dad the website you have found and ask him if you are allowed to use it.

• 22nd June 2020 at 2:01 pm

1. The Queen and the king were worried about thier son because he was acting
like a rooster.
2. They tried to talk,learn,eat,play with the prince.
3. For an amout of 3 days.
4. He was talented old man.
5. By using his fishy tricks.
6. He taught the prince you can make choices.

Maths:
15×5=75
17×3=51
23×4=92
24×8=64

Maths c.
317<372

Computing:
Do not use it only parents or Guardians.

• 22nd June 2020 at 2:07 pm

Activity 1:
a)
Misarably
b)
Slumped
c)
Disappointed
d)
Fed up

Activity 2:
1)
They were worried because the prince wasn’t speaking to them.
2)
They were trying to get some of his his favourite stuff to change his behaviouur
3)
It took three days for him to wear clothes
4)
He was eating other ‘people’s food’ because the he wanted to copy the wise man
5)
The man conviced him to sit at the table by eating the food on the tale and not the bird seeds on the hard ground.
6) The lesson learnt in this is that you can be anything you like, but at at a point you have to stop

Maths:
1)
75
2)
51
3)
72
4)
168
5)
92

Maths challenge:
317 > 372

Computing:

Anagrams:
1)
Lion
2)
Tiger
3)
Camel
4)
Penguin
5)
Orangutan
Bonus word:
Turtle

• 22nd June 2020 at 2:36 pm

MATHS CHALLENGE:

317 < 370

MATHS:

1) 15×5= 75
2) 17×3= 51
3) 23×4= 92
4) 24×8= 192
5) 34×5= 170