Good Morning Year 3 🙂
Can we just start by saying how lovely it was to see you all on zoom yesterday. You’ve adapted to home learning so well and your efforts and contributions during the zoom lessons have been wonderful. Big pat on the back to you all 🙂 Parents and carers it’s so great to see you all too and thank you for your support during this time.
In English today we would like you to complete the determiners activity on page 3 of the KS2 English CGP workbook. A determiner is a word which is used before a noun to show which particular example of the noun you are talking about.
My English class starts at 7o'clock.
These students live near the college.
The books are quite inexpensive.
In the above examples, the words 'my', 'these' and 'the' are determiners.
The Maths activities that we would like you to complete today are on pages 6 & 7 of your new workbook. These pages focus on place value and reading and writing numbers. When you are answering the place value questions it may help you if you write a H above the hundreds column, a T above the tens and a O above the ones.
Today we’d like you to do an Art activity which will help to improve your drawing and sketching skills. If you click on the link below you’ll be taken to a video which explains how to draw a dog. Watch the video as many times as you like and make sure you listen carefully and look closely. We can’t wait to see how your final illustration turns out! Good luck and have fun 🙂
Why not celebrate the fact that’s it’s almost the weekend with a dance party in your lounge, turn on the music and have a boogy. Dancing is a great way to exercise and keep fit but if that’s not your thing then you could always go for a walk, join in with Joe Wicks’ PE lesson or even do some yoga.
We’d love to see pictures of you reading your favourite book or sharing a book with someone in your family. Please try to read for at least 15 minutes.
Have a great day Year 3 and if you need any help please contact us on Class Dojo or via Facebook.
Have fun and stay safe
Mrs Joesbury and Mrs Etheridge