Week 3 - wc20Apr20
Hello Class 3!
I hope you are all well and keeping safe at home.
We have had some lovely sunny days so I hope you have managed to get outside and enjoy it.
Did you all get lots of Easter eggs? Did you have one for breakfast on Easter Sunday?
Hopefully you have all had a great break away from school work during the Easter holidays, but now it's back to it!
I have created a new home learning timetable for you all, with links to the things you might need.
I have heard from some of you, either through photos on the school's facebook page or through school email, but I haven't heard from everyone.
See if you can get your grown up to let me know that you are ok somehow.
Hope you have fun doing your next set of tasks.
Miss you all lots!
HOME LEARNING TIMETABLE
Use the spellings menu below to choose a different activity each day for practising the spellings.
Spelling pattern; words ending in [-ey] .
Previously learned spellings;
[CCVC] and [CCVCC] words beginning with the consonant blend [fr]
60 second reads
Use one of these daily to practise reading fluency and comprehension.
The aim is to see how many words your child can read in 60 seconds and then make a note of this.
Your child should then try and beat that score the next time around.
There are also some questions that your child can answer to practise their comprehension skills.
I have also left the answers attached (for grown up use!)
Read a book and draw a picture to illustrate the main character, a setting or a memorable moment in the book.
Write an explanation of what the book is all about.
Next, write if you would recommend it to a friend, explaining your reasons.
Finally, write three facts about the book.
I have put two different review sheets on here but the answers can be written in your purple book.
Daily Arithmetic and Reasoning
What's your name? If you are not sure what some of the activities are, use the activity name as a clue and make it up. Stay active though!
Yoga - copy the picture and hold for a few seconds. Don't worry about the writing underneath the picture.