Good Morning Year 3!
What fantastic work you all did yesterday! We loved seeing everything you had completed not just the tasks we set but other task you did at home. Well done everyone!
Today we would like you to create your very own board game for you to play at home with your family.
We would like you to create the board game using characters, questions/ challenge cards and numbers. You might like to take inspiration from existing board games such as snakes and ladders and monopoly.
When creating the board game you might like to number your board using your 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 or 10 times table. You might also like to start your game by getting each player to roll the dice and the largest combined number of both dice starts first, then the second highest and so on.
To go along with your game we would like you to write a set of instructions on how to play. These instructions must include how many players are needed, what each of the question/ challenge cards reward the player (e.g. move 2 steps forward if they get it correct or 1 step backwards if they get it wrong) and how you win the game (e.g. need to roll an even number). We would also like you to use prepositions. Prepositions tell you where something is or when something happened for example first, in, on, off, under, next, finally.
We have created a section below that gives you a few ideas of where to start as well as a print out of a dice net (you might want to make your own).
Please could you try and read for 5 to 10 minutes today and discuss the characters in the text. Remember you can send us videos of you reading on Class Dojo.
If you require any help or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us on the Class Dojo page or on our school Facebook page.
Remember there are Dojo points up for grabs for every picture we see of completed work and points for going above and beyond by completing extra tasks e.g. Joe Wicks P.E lesson on YouTube. If you get 400 points as a class we will have a surprise when we return back to school.
Have a wonderful day and stay safe.
Mrs Etheridge and Mrs Joesbury