Tuesday 4th January 2022
Good morning Year Three!
We hope that you have had a good Christmas break! We are so, very sorry that we cannot see you face-to-face right now.
Below, you will see different lessons to complete for today. Please try your best to complete all of them and send a picture on Class Dojo so that we can see your progress.
In addition to the three lessons detailed below, please try and spend some time on the following online platforms:
- Reading Plus/Nessy
- Spelling Shed
If you need reminding of any login information, please send a message on Class Dojo.
Today, we are continuing to look at division as grouping. Watch the video below, which will guide you into the independent task. For some reason, the lesson video wouldn't upload the Daily 10 starter, so please click the weblink below to complete your own Times Table warm-up: Level 4/Multiplication/x5
The resources that you will need for the lesson are shown below. Please print them out and use to complete the questions at the end of the video. If you are completing the extension task (number line to 100), please complete these additional questions:
78 ÷ 3 =
72 ÷ 4 =
64 ÷ 8 =
96 ÷ 8 =
As we prepare for composing and writing our non-chronological reports about the Stone Age, we would like you to complete the following comprehension lesson. Choose one of the three activities, depending on your level of confidence.
Try and read the text independently, but if you are struggling, read with someone at home.
Today, we being our new unit of study about Judaism. Before watching the video, print one of the three activity sheets for the lesson. As for our English activity, there is a difficulty rating of 1, 2 or 3 - pick the task that is better suited to you.
There is an additional task in the opening few slides, so please make sure you complete that activity too.
Only print the pages for the challenge rating you would prefer to complete
Please use the search engine:
to gather information about each special object. Remember to add the word, 'Judaism' after each artefact, as this will refine your results.