Monday 15th June 2020 

Hi again to all you lovely boys and girls in Year 3.  Can you believe it, this is our last week of Home Learning for June!!

Thank you again for all the work you have emailed to us, we just love seeing what you've all been doing and getting to see your happy smiling faces! Please continue to send one piece for this week!

 

Could parents who have not yet emailed one sample of work each week please do so as soon as possible

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We are missing you all terribly and we are sure you are missing your friends too! 

We have arranged a ZOOM meeting for each class this week so we can all get together before we break up for the Summer holidays:

Check your email for details

Y3EL Wednesday 17th June at 2pm

Y3UOD Thursday 18th June at 12 noon

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

 

 

Wishing Mennah, Ellie, Ethan B, Joseph, Filip, Darragh, Alexander, Matthew, Cooper, Taylia and Noah

a very Happy Birthday in July and August!

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Congratulations to Aoife Masson for achieving

'ONE MILLION WORDS'

in her Accelerated Reading Programme!

 

This month continue to complete all your activities in your Home Learning packs. You have your Summer Booklet to do as well this month. Hope the sun shines for the next few weeks and it really feels like summer!

 

Don't forget to do your Accelerated Maths.

 

 

Weekly Spellings

(Week beginning 15th  June 2020)

This week our spellings are related to our new weekly sound. 

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

crowd fire float
throat hire used

crawled

wire tried
cleaned bonfire sweets
inspire
spire

admire

 

Our challenge word for this week is 'always' - a challenge word is a sight word that we learn to read and write each week. 

 

 

Please keep checking your spellings every day and get an adult to test you on Friday......Good Luck!

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check for all spellings!

 

Continue to recap spellings and tables from your blue folders and your phonics from your black folders.  Keywords are vitally important, keep reading and spelling them every day.

Continue to read your stories every day!

 

 

 

Phonics  

Our sound for this week is 'ire' (fire, fire!).

Please go over all sounds in your black folder!

Practise Fred Talking your sounds and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred Fingers.

Click on the link below to see our set 2 and set 3 sounds in interactive slideshows - you can speed up or slow down the slides according to how well you can recognise the sounds!

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/26331.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/26334.html

 

Below is a list of most of the sounds we have covered  

Good Luck with this work!

Literacy

 

This week our Literacy focus is Commas

Commas are used to separate things into lists, to take a pause or a breath when we are reading long sentences, break up longer sentences into smaller parts and break up long numbers. 

Have a look at the Powerpoint below to find out more about commas

 

Complete the work on Commas below.

Have a look for commas in your reading books!

 

 Continue  to look online for some new ebooks! 

Below are the links for Free eBooks again

https://readon.myon.co.uk/      

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

https://www.librariesni.org.uk/Children/Pages/default.aspx

 

 Pirates

As part of our 'Water' topic we have added lots of worksheets about Pirates!

Use the template to make yourself a pirate hat and have fun completing all the Pirate activities below!

Try to find out information about pirates, look for pirate stories and sing some pirate 'shanties' (songs)  

 

Print this pirate hat, cut out and attach to a strip of paper......

You can give yourself a funny pirate name!!

Look at the words below the pirate and label 

Use your adjectives to describe what pirates are like.

Look up information about famous pirates!

Complete the Treasure Hunt below!

If you're feeling energetic, make up clues for your own Treasure Hunt....

Challenge someone in your house to find THE TREASURE!!

Look at this map below which is set out as a grid.

The numbers and letters are called coordinates.

Write the co-ordinates and draw a picture of each object you need to find!

 

 

 

Numeracy

 

 

This week we would like you to focus on 'dividing by 10'. Please refer to your Maths Facts book. 

Division is the opposite of Multiplication. 

When we talk about 'Division' we mean that a set of objects can be shared equally among  a number of groups. For example: If 30 sweets are shared among 10 children, they will get 3 each so the sum will show 30 -:- 3 = 10 (This is the opposite of Multiplication with the sum showing 10 X 3= 30)

 

Setting out in a practical way helps you to remember each new concept!

Use the Powerpoint again to remind yourself what dividing looks like.

Please complete the division sheets below. Some of them will challenge you to share in different but equal amounts....Good Luck!

 

 

 

Continue to practise Mental Maths orally every day. 

Use the strategies you learned in Year 3 using the 100 Square.

100 square and number line | Teaching Resources

Below we have added revision sheets to keep you practising all your number strategies. We don't expect all this work to be completed this week. Use it as a revision  tool over the next few weeks!

 

 

 

Topic - Water

Sea Boat Sticker by Visit Austria for iOS & Android | GIPHY

Topic work for this week is to continue to collect lots of recycling materials. 

Using your materials we want you to make your boat and check that it floats on water. Think about what makes a boat float and the quality of the materials.

Please email us some photos of your finished boat!

Many thanks to all parents and children for your hard work this term.We recognise that this has not been an easy time and we thank you for all your support.

You are all truly amazing.

We hope you have a fantastic summer holiday and look forward to seeing you all very soon!

 

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Try some of these experiments below!

Have fun and stay safe!

As always your mums and dads can email us to ask us any questions!

uodonnell324@c2kni.net 

elynn457@c2kni.net 

Previous Home Learning Tasks:

Weekly Spellings

(Week beginning 8th  June 2020)

This week our spellings are related to our new weekly sound. 

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

came new knew
could blew kicking

would

chew again
should grew there
flew
  stew

newt

 

Our challenge word for this week is 'shower' - a challenge word is a sight word that we learn to read and write each week

 

Phonics  

Our sound work this week 'ew' (chew the stew).

It has the same sound as 'oo'(poo at the zoo)

and 'u-e'(huge brute)

 

Please go over all sounds in your black folder!

 

Practise Fred Talking your sounds and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred Fingers.

 

Literacy

 

This week our literacy focus is Proper Nouns. 

You already know that nouns are naming words and common nouns are the names of familiar objects you see around you eg chair, plate, ball,  pencil ....

 

Proper Nouns are a special kind of Noun

 

Proper Nouns are used when we write someone's name, places, days of the week and months of the year!

 

Have a look at the Powerpoint below to understand Proper Nouns in more detail

Complete the work on Proper Nouns below.

Have a look for all the Proper Nouns in your reading books

 

Continue  to look online for some new ebooks! 

Below are the links for Free eBooks again

https://readon.myon.co.uk/      

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

https://www.librariesni.org.uk/Children/Pages/default.aspx

 

Comprehension

Read the short verses below and complete the answers to each question in your writing books. 

 

For those children who are on Accelerated Reading, continue to complete AR quizzes at home. You can go to My school on the school home page ...click on News and Info cloud and click on MySchool logo and log in under Renaissance (Red book)...remember it's the same as logging into Accelerated Maths. 

 

 

 

Numeracy

This week we would like you to focus on 'dividing by 2'. Please refer to your Maths Facts book. 

Division is the opposite of Multiplication. 

When we talk about 'Division' we mean that a set of objects can be shared equally among  a number of groups. For example: If 6 sweets are shared among 2 children, they will get 3 each so the sum will show 6 -:- 2 = 3 (This is the opposite of Multiplication with the sum showing 3 X 2 = 6)

You can use 2 plates as before when you were doing your 2 times tables practice. Start with 2 counters and place them one at a time on each plate. Then proceed to 4, then 6 and so on. Make sure to put one at a time on each plate to ensure you have an equal amount on each plate at the end. Continue up to 24 counters.

Setting out in a practical way helps you to remember each new concept!

 

Please complete the division sheets below

 

 

We have continued to add the Times Tables games below and

 

have attached some revision sheets from the Home Learning

Downloads which are available to all classes. 

Make sure you choose games with 2x and 10x and 5 x tables for now on 'Hit the Button' game!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/times-tables

Copy and complete...

 

Continue as before to Practise counting forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s

Use your fingers to help count with each finger representing either 2, 5 or 10 

 

Continue to teach everyone in your house the Supermovers song and dance: counting in 1's, 2's, 5's and 10's. Have fun!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs

Continue to practise Mental Maths orally every day. 

Use the strategies you learned in Year 3 using the 100 Square.

100 square and number line | Teaching Resources

Below we have added some revision sheets to keep you practising your addition of tens and units. Remember to always start adding the units side first and if your units add up to 10 or more, you must show your exchanged stick of ten

 on the tens side.

Remember the rhyme: If it adds up to 9,

everything is fine

10 or more

take the extra next door. 

 

 

 

Topic - Water

Sailboat Sticker GIF | Gfycat

 

Topic work for the next 2 weeks is to collect lots of recycling materials around the house. You have been experimenting with floating and sinking in previous weeks, so this will help you with your ideas.

Using your materials we want you to plan, design and make a small boat that floats on water. Think about what makes a boat float and the quality of the materials.

 

 

Please email us some photos of your finished boat!

 

Many thanks to all parents and children for your support at this time - You are amazing! 

 

 

SMILE! | Lawford Mead Primary and Nursery School

  

 

 

 

 

Try this Deep-water diver experiment !

Have fun and stay safe!

As always your mums and dads can email us to ask us any questions!

uodonnell324@c2kni.net 

elynn457@c2kni.net 

 

 

Weekly Spellings

(Week beginning 1st June 2020)

This week our spellings are revision words. 

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

spray plug weekend
three home some

bright

ring football
high have outside
made
  fly

call

 

Our challenge word for this week is 'because' - a challenge word is a sight word that we learn to read and write each week. Use this word regularly in sentences and look out for it in your reading books. 

Phonics  

Our sound work this week is revision of all sounds taught so far!

Please go over all sounds in your black folder!

 

Practise Fred Talking your sounds and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred Fingers.

 

Literacy

 

This week our literacy focus is Adjectives and Creative Writing!  You have been using adjectives in Year 3 in your lovely creative stories. We also call them 'Chocolate Chip words'

First of all, we would like you to write 5 sentences using your spelling words above! Please remember you CFSS (Capital letters, full stops, spaces and check that it makes sense). We would also like you to include adjectives in your sentences! 

When you have finished your sentences have a go at writing a creative story entitled

'At the end of the Rainbow'

You have been busy drawing rainbows so now we'd love to hear a Rainbow story. Remember to have a beginning, middle and an end to your story and try to include lots of Chocolate Chip words.

Numeracy

 

As part of our water topic, we thought you might like to do some Numeracy work with water. When we measure the amount of liquid (water) in a container, we call this Volume and Capacity. Volume and Capacity are measured in litres and millilitres. Have a look at the 2 Powerpoints below to understand more.

 

Find 3 empty containers in your home eg egg cup, mug, bowl..Drift Egg Cup in Yellow & Blue – Jo Deakin   Empty Cup 3D Model $19 - .obj .fbx .max - Free3D     Empty Bowl Isolated Images, Stock Photos & Vectors | Shutterstock Make sure they are different sizes. Use language such as 'holds more than, holds less than, holds most, least...

Sequence them in order from smallest to biggest and label them 1, 2 and 3. Discuss the Volume and Capacity of each eg A will hold more than B or C, C will hold less than A, C holds the least, A holds the most....

Estimate (guess) how many of container A will it take to fill  B or C with water. See how accurate your estimate is!  Choose 3 new containers if you wish and try again. Have fun with this investigation. 

Please have a look at the Volume and Capacity pages below and complete. You can do it orally!

 

Use the Powerpoint above to help you read the level of liquid in each of the following jugs. When you read the scale on the side of each jug you will notice that some of them are counting in 5's and 10's. Challenge yourself!

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We have continued to add the Times Tables games below and

 

have attached some revision sheets from the Home Learning

Downloads which are available to all classes. 

Make sure you choose games with 2x and 10x and 5 x tables for now on 'Hit the Button' game!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/times-tables

 Copy and complete...

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Weekly Spellings

(Week beginning 18th May 2020)

This week 

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

walk toad loaf
very oak roar

must

road know
little cloak people
throat
  roast

toast

 

Our challenge word for this week is 'information' - a challenge word is a sight word that we learn to read and write each week. Use this word regularly in sentences and look out for it in your reading books.

Try to find as many smaller words in 'information' as you can eg tin, for, torn....See can you find 15!

 

Please keep checking your spellings every day and get an

 

adult to test you on Friday......Good Luck!

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check for all spellings!

 

Continue to recap spellings and tables from your blue folders and your phonics from your black folders.  Keywords are vitally important, keep reading and spelling them every day.

Continue to read your stories every day!

 

 

Phonics  

This is a list of all the sounds we have covered until now and the new sounds that we will be covering over the next term

 

Our sound work this week is outlined below:

This week our new sound is 'oa; (goat in a boat).

It is the same sound as 'ow' (blow the snow) and 'o-e' (phone home) which we have previously learned in class. 

 

Practise Fred Talking your sounds and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred Fingers.

 

Click on the link below to see our set 2 and set 3 sounds in interactive slideshows - you can speed up or slow down the slides according to how well you can recognise the sounds!

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/26331.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/26334.html

 

Good Luck with this work!

 

 

Literacy

 

This week our literacy focus is READING, READING, READING!  

 

 

 

 

 

Last week we asked you to look online for some new ebooks, Well Done! 

 

This week we want you to check your bookshelves for even more books, you might find a story that you have read before and want to read again!  We sent some reading books home with you in your packs, take them out again and re-read them!  Remember to talk about the stories that you read, use the clues in the story to really think about the characters and imagine what might happen next before you read on!

 

Below are the links for Free eBooks again

https://readon.myon.co.uk/      

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

https://www.librariesni.org.uk/Children/Pages/default.aspx

 

This week we would like you to complete a book review on a book that you have read since you have been at home.  Complete one (or both) of the review sheets below:

 

The boy in this youtube clip has recorded a video book review about his favourite Diary of a Wimpy Kid story! 

Maybe someone at home could record you making your own!

 

 

Remember for those children who are on Accelerated Reading, did you know you can complete AR quizzes at home during school time? You can go to My school on the school home page ...click on News and Info cloud and click on MySchool logo and log in under Renaissance (Red book)...remember it's the same as logging into Accelerated Maths. 

 

 

Comprehension

 

Read the passage below and answer the questions!

 

 

 

Numeracy

You have been learning your 2, 5 and 10 Times Tables from your Maths Facts Book over the last few weeks - Well Done, keep revising them regularly!

This week we would like you learn all 2's, 5's and 10's off by heart! We have attached lots of pages for all 3 sets of tables. It is very important before moving onto new sets that you learn these ones first. Please make sure you know them in random order! If you have set them out in their groups in previous weeks they should be easy to understand for learning! Use your Fact book to look over, then ask an adult to challenge you on all these tables in written form and orally. Good Luck!!

 

 

 

 

Here are some times tables games that you might like to play:

Make sure you choose games with 2x and 10x and 5 x tables for now on 'Hit the Button' game!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/times-tables

 

Here are some Number activities to continue to support your learning of the 2, 5, and 10 times tables.  Copy and complete...

Continue to Practise counting forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s

Use your fingers to help count with each finger representing either 2, 5 or 10 

 

Continue to teach everyone in your house the Supermovers song and dance: counting in 1's, 2's, 5's and 10's. Have fun!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs

Continue to use the different language below for Numeracy in your Mental Maths practise eg 12 plus 9=, what is the sum of 5 and 8?, What is the difference between 10 and 16? If John has 8 apples and Lucy has 18 apples, how many more has Lucy?

You can do this orally as well as in written form.

 

Topic - Water

Our new topic for this term is 'Water'

  

Last week we started to think about our new water topic by listing the uses of water.  We're sure you were surprised at just how many uses there are and how important water is to us! 

This week, look at one way that you or your family could save water and make a poster showing this eg use rain water for watering your plants, not letting the tap run continuously when you are brushing your teeth, taking a shower instead of a bath...

You can begin your poster with:

I can save water by....

The link below is from niwater and will give you lots of ideas!

https://www.niwater.com/how-to-save-water/

 

 

Have fun and stay safe!

Weekly Spellings

(Week beginning 11th May 2020)

This week some of our spelling words are linked to question words as well as other high frequency key words. 

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

what most children
when where family
why using how
who very
care
homes

always

park

Our challenge word for this week is 'dancing' - a challenge word is a sight word that we learn to read and write each week. Use this word regularly in sentences and look out for it in your reading books.

 

Please keep checking your spellings every day and get an

 

adult to test you on Friday......Good Luck!

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check for all spellings!

 

Continue to recap spellings and tables from your blue folders and your phonics from your black folders.  Keywords are vitally important, keep reading and spelling them every day.

Continue to read your stories every day!

 

 

Phonics  

This is a list of all the sounds we have covered until now and the new sounds that we will be covering over the next term

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Home Learning Week Beginning 4th May 2020

Weekly Spellings

 

This week our spelling words are thinking about our new 'ai' snail in the rain sound...

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

yes tail home
from rain school
today paid house
plug snail
drain
again

chain

paint

Our challenge word for this week is 'tried'

 

Please keep checking your spellings every day and get an

 

adult to test you on Friday......Good Luck!

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

 

Continue to recap spellings and tables from your blue folders and your phonics from your black folders.  Keywords are vitally important, keep reading and spelling them every day.

Continue to read your stories every day!

 

Our new sound this week is 'ai' snail in the rain...

Our new sound 'ai' makes the same sound as our previous 'ay' (may I play?) and

a-e (make a cake)   Practise Fred talking your 'ai' spelling words (middle column) and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred fingers!

 

Literacy

Grammar

This week you will focus on verbs (past tense)

Watch the Powerpoint below and complete the appropriate activities.

 

Can you think of 10 verbs(past tense) and write them into sentences this week!

Now have a go at these activities.

Copy and complete these exercises into your writing books...

 

Reading Activity

Complete the comprehension activity in your exercise book.  Can you read the passage and answer the questions?

 

Poetry

As part of our 'Growing'Topic, we would like you to write an Acrostic Poem. You have written acrostic poems for The Young Writer's publication (All about Me) and also for our previous topic (Sound). Below is a Youtube video link to help you remember the format. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhtzu2qKTIU

 

Numeracy

You have been revising your 2 Times Tables from your Maths Facts Book last week - Well Done!

This week we would like you to look at the page about 10 Times Tables (there is a copy of this page below)

 

 

Learn these tables in a random order to help with quick recall.

Keep revising your 2 Times Tables as well.

Each set of tables start with the number you are focusing on eg 10x0=0, 10x1=10, 10x2=20 ...you can draw 10 circles and draw dots in each as you say each sum, then add up all the dots to get the answer. You can call them sets of numbers before saying x(times) eg 10 sets of 1 is the same as 10 times 1 or can be written as 10x1. When you know your 2 and 10 Times Tables you will be able to see that they are the same when you turn them the other way eg 2x10 is the same as 10x2

 

Can an adult challenge you on your 10 Times tables up to 120? Get him/her to mix them up to challenge you!  

 

Here are some times tables games that you might like to play:

Make sure you choose games with 2x and 10x tables for now!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/times-tables

 

Here are some Number activities to support your learning of the 10 times tables.  Copy and complete...

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Home Learning Week beginning Monday 20th April 2020

Phonics

Our new sound for this week is 'ow' (brown cow). 

It has the same sound as our previous 'ou' (shout it out).   Practise Fred talking your 'ow' spelling words (middle column) and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred fingers!

 

Weekly Spellings (Week beginning 27th April 2020)

This week our spelling words are thinking about our new 'ow' brown cow sound...

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

they how crowd
have cow gown
like now window
there brown fine
down
town
proper

Our challenge word for this week is used!

 

Continue to recap spellings and tables from your blue folders and your phonics from your black folders.  Keywords are vitally important, keep reading and spelling them every day.

 

Literacy

Can you remember what a noun is? That's right, a noun is a 'naming' word.. 

Watch the BBC Bitesize video and complete the interactive activities by clicking on this link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpd8ng8  

Can you think of 10 nouns and write them in sentences this week and underline them?

We have added an activity sheet in the resources section below for you to print off which focuses on 'Matching verbs with nouns'. If you do not have a printer you could read the sheet on your screen and have a go at choosing the right answer!

 

Numeracy

You have been revising your maths facts from your Maths Facts Book since we last saw you - Well Done!

This week we would like you to look at the page about 2 Times Tables.  

Can an adult challenge you on your 2 Times tables up to 24?  

  

Continue to Practise counting forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s

Why not teach everyone in your house the Supermovers song and dance:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs

  

Topic - Growing

Go for a walk in your garden and see how many different

things are growing. Draw a  picture of them. Don't forget to

add some bright colours to your drawing!  You can use pencils, crayons paint or collage.  We would love to see what you come up with, feel free to email a picture of your creations to us

Resources to support learning 20/4/20

 

Copy and complete these activities into your exercise books...

Complete the comprehension activity in your exercise book. 

Can you read the passage and answer the questions?

Number activities to support your learning of the 2 times tables.  Copy and complete...

Home Learning Week beginning Monday 20th April 2020

Phonics

Our new sound for this week is 'er' (a better letter). 

It has the same sound as our previous 'ir' (whirl and twirl) and 'ur' (nurse with a purse). 

Normally we will find this sound at the end of a word.  Practise Fred talking your er spelling words (middle column) and remember to tap the sounds on your Fred fingers!

 

Weekly Spellings (Week beginning 20th April 2020)

This week our spelling words are thinking about our new 'er' better letter sound...

Remember to look, say, cover, write, check!

they never first
then better again
that weather must
after float
hamster
litter
proper

Our challenge word for this week is float!

 

Continue to recap spellings and tables form your blue folders and your phonics from your black folders.  Keywords are vitally important, keep reading and spelling them every day.

 

Literacy

Can you remember what a verb is? That's right, a verb is a 'doing' word or an 'action' word. 

Watch the BBC Bitesize video by clicking on this link.  There are some interactive activities on this link too!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpxhdxs

If you are baking at home you could have a look at your recipes to see if you can identify any verbs (mixing, measuring, baking). 

Can you include 10 verbs in your weekly news this week and underline them?

We have added an activity sheet below for you to print off and practise choosing and writing verbs. If you do not have a printer you could read the sheet on your screen and have a go at choosing the right answer!

 

Numeracy

You have been revising your maths facts from your Maths Facts Book since we last saw you - well done!

This week we would like you to look at the page about time.  Click on the link below to take you to the teaching clock we have used in class.

Can you change the hands on the clock to make some times you know? Can an adult challenge you to make some times too? You can practise digital times too!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teaching-clock

Here are some time games that you might like to play:

http://www.maths-games.org/time-games.html

 

Practise counting forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s

Why not teach everyone in your house the Supermovers song and dance:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs

Print out the counting activities below for even more practise!

 

Topic - Growing

Have a look at this picture of Sunflowers by the artist Van Gogh

Can you recreate this painting? You can use pencils, crayons paint or collage.  We would love to see what you come up with, feel free to email a picture of your creations to us

 

Below are the resources we used to accompany the learning activities:

Click on this slide show for more information on verbs

Here are some activity sheets to help you with your Verbs

(you can print these off or, if you don't have a printer, have a go on the screen)

Here are some activity sheets to help you with counting in 2s, 5s and 10s

(You can print these or have a go on screen if you don't have a printer)

Below are a selection of resources for P3 children. You can download and print the activities to use at home.

Name
 100 High Frequency Words Make Read Write Activity Mats.pdfDownload
 100 Square Jigsaw Worksheets.pdfDownload
 2D and 3D Shapes Colouring Pages.pdfDownload
 Africa Mindfulness Colouring Pages.pdfDownload
 Badgers Differentiated Fact Files.pdfDownload
 Body Percussion PowerPoint.pptDownload
 Counting in 2s Worksheet.pdfDownload
 Editable Menu Writing Frames.pdfDownload
 Float or Sink Worksheet.pdfDownload
 Healthy Eating Design a Meal for Hansel and Gretel Worksheet.pdfDownload
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