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Tuesday 14th July 2020

Good Morning Year 3!

Another great day of hard work. You are all fantastic! Just a reminder that today’s zoom has been moved to tomorrow at 10:30 and will take place from a classroom in school.

In English today we would like you to get your new English book out and complete page 21 on comparing words. You will need to use the words given to make a sentence by adding additional words.

For example:

Thomas – funny – smile

By adding additional words to make it into a sentence this would become

Thomas pulls funny faces that make us smile.

For question 2 you need to add the word ending er or the word more.

For example:

Cole – loud – Teddie

By adding extra words and the word ending er this sentence will become

Cole is louder than Teddie.

Question 3 is all about circling the correct words in the sentence to make it make sense.

In Maths we would like you to look at fractions of amounts in your CGP books on pages 34 and 35. To find a fraction of an amount you need to use the denominator (number at the bottom) to share the number given into this amount. The numerator (number on the top) is how many of this piles we need to use to find the answer.

For example:

½ of 64 would mean 64 shared between 2 and you need to find out how many are in one part. So the answer will be 32.

2/5 of 20 would mean 20 shared between 5 and you would need to count how many are in 2 of the piles. So the answer would be 8.

We would also like you to complete some Science today. As we have completed our topic on plants, today we would like you to get practical at home and look at friction. Please click on the link below and follow the activities.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvp8jhv

Remember your daily exercise today too. We would like you to click on the link below for Super Movers and learn all about noun phrases and move at the same time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-english-noun-phrases/zf7b6v4

Please could you also read for 5-10 minutes today. Try and identify as many words ending in er as you can.