Home School: Day 13

Hello, Beech class!

Welcome to another day of home school. I’m quite impressed that some of you have already started to send in your entries for the art competition – they’re splendid! If you haven’t, don’t worry as there is still plenty of time until the deadline on Friday.

Maths

Today’s maths has been set on My Maths and is called ‘Counting 3’.

Please go through the lesson activities and complete the questions – don’t forget to press ‘mark it!’.

English

Now that you have created your superhero, you now need to create a profile for them. This can be done on Purple Mash on the ‘Profile of a superhero’ task. However, if you wish, you can do this in your book. Follow the prompts in the activity that will tell you which features to include.

Reading

We have officially finished reading The Settlers! Try one of these activities for The Settlers or for a book that you have read recently:

  1. Write a set of guided reading questions for a part of the book (think about different question words: who, what, why, when, where, how).  You could try the questions on someone else!
  2. Write a book review for the book and send it to year3@dunraven.org.uk.

New class book

We will be starting a new class book next week related to our new topic on Ancient Egypt.  We will be reading another e-Book on Purple Mash called Beth and the Nile.

Beth Nile

Spelling test

Your spelling test is ready to complete on Google Classroom. I will also be uploading a spelling test video soon ready for Thursday.

PE

Joe Wicks is carrying on with his daily PE lessons on his YouTube channel at 9:00 am today!

Handwriting

Here is some handwriting that you could do today:

Day 13

Ongoing weekly work

Don’t forget to do your History, TTRS and spelling!

Alternative learning resources

Here is a reminder of some alternative online resources that you may want to try out. They provide daily lessons in Maths, English and foundation (when you click on the link, it should open a new tab/window):

BBC Bitesize 

Oak Academy 

Take care,

Mr. Oyewole