Get active with The Body Coach- Joe Wicks.
Spend 20 minutes mastering this dance.
Unit 4: Adding the suffix -ly
Today we're doing word changers. Complete the grid with the root word, suffix and then the combined word
10.00am- Dr Chip's Daily (Almost) Dose
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Computing, Science and Engineering!
10.45am - English and Maths
David Walliams' Elevenses
When George is making his marvellous medicines and potions he likes to rhyme.Below there are some extracts from other stories where they use rhyming words in their spells. Some examples of rhyming words from these extracts are: brew and blue, frog and dog, bubble and trouble. They don't have to be spelt similarly to rhyme they just have to have the same ending sound when you say them out loud. Once you've read the extracts, have a go at finding words that rhyme on the sheet below. One has been done for you and the printable files are attached.
Today we would like you to download and try these reasoning tasks from Deepening Understanding. The file is attached below.
If the Year 3 tasks are too tricky, try the year 1 or 2 tasks by following the link.
Year 2 Set- https://www.deepeningunderstanding.co.uk/product/yr2-maths-home-learning-tasks-set-3/
Year 1 Set- https://www.deepeningunderstanding.co.uk/product/yr1-maths-home-learning-tasks-set-3/
White Rose video resources are still accessible on their website each day, however worksheets are not. You can watch the video and then practise on your own or with an adult. They also have a link to BBC Bitesize to practise further.
Just follow this link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/
If the year 3 work is too tricky, try the year 2 or year 1 work and see how you get on!
Today we will be reading another part of The Chronicles of Narnia- The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Once you've read the text look at the task below.
1.30pm- Wider Curriculum
Science- Which shape is the strongest?
To try this you'll need-
Enjoy and make sure you send us photos to show us how you got on!
Miss Humphreys and Mrs Kayani