Year 3 Home Learning 16.06.2020

Good morning, Year 3!

 

English

Imagine your pet giraffe has gone missing!

Write a ‘lost pet’ poster to help find it again. Use the success criteria to help you.

Success Criteria

-title

-picture

-description (this should be a good paragraph detailing what your giraffe looks like)

-reward (if you want to give one)

-contact details

 

Maths

When we want to compare two numbers or calculations we can use the greater and less than signs <  >. We looked at these in class, turning them into crocodiles who always eat the larger number/ total.

Use the < >  signs to compare these numbers:

Challenge 1:                                   Challenge 2:                                             Challenge 3:

13           63                               50 + 8               57                              172 + 12                190 – 3

92           65                                31 + 3                36                            265 -50                  200 + 16

182         128                           23 x 2                 68                             500 x 2                     250 x 3

222         333                           110 x 3               283                         363 + 133                 600-133

96              69                        25 x 10             253                           410 – 60                  350 + 60

 

Science

From last week’s lesson, you have found out that flowers are brightly coloured to attract insects which leads to pollination. One of our most important pollinators are the bees. Read the information on honeybees below then use it to answer questions.

  • What is the difference between honeybees and bumblebees?
  • Where in the world do honeybees not live? Why?
  • Where do honeybees live?
  • How many honeybees can fit in a hive?
  • What do they eat?
  • What is a honeybee’s predator?
  • Write one fact about honeybees.

If you have a printer, try this bee themed mindful colouring sheet:  Bee Colouring page

 

Take care and stay safe,

Miss Ayrton