Happy Monday Year 3!
I have given you some more ‘to dos’ on purple mash and remember to keep going on times table rock stars as I can also see how you are getting on with those.
This will be our last week looking at the Pied Piper. I have really enjoyed this story and the magnificent work you have produced since the start of term. I hope you have enjoyed it too.
Write a book review of the Pied Piper. Use this outline to help you structure your review. Don’t worry if you don’t have a printer, you can create your own version of it on paper.
The full title is “The Pied Piper of Hamlin” and the author of our version is Michael Mormurgo.
Fun activity- Call a grandparent or older relative. Ask them to teach you the words to a song from their childhood.
This week, we will be looking at using the inverse and number facts. There are lots of games online which you can complete based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to help you. The inverse means ‘the opposite’. I would recommend using column method to solve these. Here is a reminder of addition and subtraction.
Use the inverse to solve these:
63 + ? = 88 44+ ? = 91 28+ ? = 65 39+ ? = 84 22+ ? 59= 31 + ? = 87
105 + ? = 223 182 + ? = 336 163 + ? = 446 177 + ? = 391 124 + ? = 543
732+ ? = 1289 626+ ? = 2133 529 + ? = 2379 837 + ? = 4305
443 + ? = 7180 372 + ? = 9278 621 + ? = 4266 393 + ? = 3061
Fun activity- Create a number rhyme for a string of numbers.
eg, “20,40, pirates are naughty, 60, 80 eye-eye matey, 100, 120, gold… we have plenty.”
What is climate change? Look at this power point then create a poster to explain:
-what is happening in the world,
-what we can do to try and help
-and what will happen if we don’t.
There are key words on one of the slides you can use. You might want to look up what ‘industrialisation’ is.
Power point: What is Climate Change
Research these two types of skeletons: exoskeleton and endoskeleton.
Sort these animals into the two groups
scorpion, dolphin, human, spider, earwig, fish, butterfly, shrimp, elephant, giraffe, crab, ant, cat, lobster, dog, guinea pig and beetle
Create a London landmark out of things in your home. You could use recycling materials or toys if you have something like Lego or k’nex.
Here is an example of the Elizabeth Tower:
Take care and keep safe!