Hello Year 3 😀
We hope that you all had a great day yesterday, we loved seeing you on zoom and really enjoyed the lesson. I am so sorry that I forgot to talk about the books that we’ve been reading during lockdown, we will do that on Tuesday.
The English task today is from pages 12 and 13 of your CGP workbook. This task is all about apostrophes. Apostrophes are used to shown when something belongs to someone, for example:
Sarah’s coat was red.
The apostrophe is used after Sarah to show that the coat belongs to Sarah.
You will also need to write the contracted form of serval words. This is when letters are removed when the word is shortened and replaced with an apostrophe. For example:
She will becomes she’ll
Today in Maths we will be working on pages 16 and 17 of the CGP workbook. These pages are all about solving number problems, it would be a good idea to have a piece of scrap paper when your answering these questions as you can show your working out on it. Please read the question carefully before deciding which operation you need to use to get the answer. When your answering question number 5 please work out all of the answers to each question before putting the greater than or less then symbols < > in the box.
We would like you to complete an Art activity today as you did such a brilliant job last week. Today we’d like you to draw a picture of a dinosaur but this week we’d like you to colour it in too. Please click on the link below and watch the video, make sure you listen to the instructions very carefully before you start drawing. Good luck and we look forward to seeing the finished illustration.
Please remember to read for 15 minutes today. You could share a book with your siblings, parents or maybe read to a pet. We’d also like you to exercise today, you could do a PE lesson with Joe Wicks, go for a walk or even on go on a bike ride it’s totally up to you.
As always we’re available on Class Dojo or Facebook messenger so if you need any help of assistance please get in touch. Have a lovely weekend and stay safe.
Mrs Joesbury and Mrs Etheridge