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Year 3 Remote Learning

This page is for year 3 children who are stuck at home self-isolating at the moment.

We're sorry you can't be with us right now - we miss you!

While you're at home, it's important that you carry on learning so we have set out the work that we expect you to complete until you return to school.

Work through the activities below, one day at a time.

Email your completed work to y3@north-borough.kent.sch.uk

Work will be marked on a weekly basis.

 

You can also find the Topic Homework for Term 1 here.

 

You can access free eBooks here.

Check out the Oxford Reading Tree and Read Write Inc Phonics eBooks for your level.

Mums, Dads and Carers have been emailed login details. 

 

  Don't forget to practise on  and  every day!   

Monday 23rd November

English 

Responding to events in the story

Your lesson for today is here.

 

Task 1 - Use the word mat here to help you complete the two mind maps for how Ug feels at this part of the story.

 

Task 2 - Write your advice for Ug.  You  can use the speech bubble template here or draw your own.  

Maths 

 To make equal groups- grouping

 Watch today's Powerpoint slides and complete questions on the slides! Once you have watched the Powerpoint slides choose between mild, spicy, hot, and extra hot!

Maths Powerpoint!

HOT and EXTRA HOT

MILD and SPICY

 

Understanding Faith  

Holy Communion

Bread and wine have a special meaning to Christians as it reminds them of the last supper - the meal Jesus had with his friends before he died.  

Watch a clip of the last supper by clicking on the link below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zgsb9j6 

 In the next clip, Nathan is going to explain one of the ways Christians remember Jesus now.  Click on the link below to watch it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/what-is-holy-communion/zjfjt39 

 

What does the bread of Holy Communion mean to these young Christians?
What do they remember when they receive this bread?

Write about what you have learnt on the image here

 

Tuesday 24th November

English 

Review the book

Today will be our last lesson on Ug.

Your lesson for today is here.

 

Task 1 - Use the words here.  Choose 3 words for how Ug feels as the end of the book.  

 

Task 2 - Choose your book review activity.

MILD

SPICY

HOT

Maths 

 To make equal groups - grouping

Watch today's Powerpoint slides and complete questions on the slides! Once you have watched the Powerpoint slides choose between mild, spicy, hot!

Remember if you need to use cubes, counters, or coins at home you can!

Maths Powerpoint!

MILD, SPICY, HOT

To choose mild spicy or hot, the stars in the corner of the worksheet will tell you if it is mild, spicy, or hot!

1 star = mild

2 stars = spicy

3 stars = hot

Remember to complete the plenary too!

 

 

 

 

Science 

How do the rocks on our earth's surface change?

Today's lesson is from the National Oak Academy:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-do-the-rocks-on-our-earths-surface-change-65jkjt 

 

Wednesday 25th November

English 

Understanding the Story

Watch the following video:

The Catch

Now write an answer the following questions:

Who do you think the boy is?

What do you think his role is in his tribe?

Why was he upset at the start of the film?

Why do you think he didn’t kill the fox when he found it in his trap?

How did he feel when the fox took his fish?

What evidence is there that the boy is determined?

How did the boy feel when he first saw the big fish?

How do we know that the boy is no longer angry with the fox?

Use this sheet to help you with spellings.

Too tricky? - Ask an adult to write your answers down for you, or record them instead.

Fancy a Challenge? - After answering the questions, write a summary of the plot in 50 words or less.

Maths 

 Dividing by 2

Watch today's Powerpoint slides and complete questions on the slides! Once you have watched the Powerpoint slides choose between extra mild, mild, spicy, and hot!

Maths Powerpoint

MILD

SPICY AND HOT

EXTRA MILD

Remember to complete the plenary too!

 

PE 

Frozen yoga

Today for PE you are going to be doing a Frozen themed yoga session! 

Frozen yoga

 

Thursday 26th November

English 

Character Description

Today we are thinking about the characters in the story. We are going to watch

Rewatch the video:

The Catch

Think about the boy and the fox in the story. What words could you use to describe them?

Remember that we can describe the way they look, the way they move and also their personality.

Your task for today is to write some sentences to describe each character. Here are some example sentences:

The boy:

On top of his head, the boy wore a large, green leafy hat.

Around his wrists and under his eyes were intricate tribal tattoos.

He had white cotton trousers help up with a purple belt.

The boy was determined and never let anything stop him.

He was strong, quick and he moved skilfully.

The Fox:

The cheeky fox was covered from head to toe in soft orange fur and he had pointy ears that made him look almost friendly.

His large bushy tail swished from side to side as he leapt from one rock to another.

When he was angry, he snarled revealing a dozen sharp teeth in his powerful jaws.

Too Tricky? - Use this sheet to help you build your sentences.

Fancy a Challenge? - Begin some of your sentences with a verb or an adverb.

Maths 

 Divide by 5

Watch today's Powerpoint slides and complete questions on the slides! Once you have watched the Powerpoint slides choose between mild, spicy, hot and, extra hot!

Maths Powerpoint

HOT and EXTRA HOT

MILD and SPICY

Remember to look at the maths slides so you know which worksheet is which!

 

 

Topic 

The Importance of Mining

Work through the following slides to find out about how important mining was during the Bronze Age:

Week 9 - The Importance of Mining.pdf

You'll need to watch these two videos:

Video 1

Video 2

Now imagine you were applying for a job working in a copper mine. Fill out one of these application forms.

NOTE: People couldn't really read or write in the Bronze Age, this activity is just for fun!

Finally, watch this video about mining for Iron.

 

Friday 27th November

English 

Empathise With a Character

Today we will be thinking more deeply about the thoughts and feelings of the characters.

Rewatch the video, thinking carefully about how the boy's feelings change.

The Catch

What words would you use to describe his feelings?

Your Task for today is to write a sentence for each picture on this sheet, explaining how the boy is feeling and why you think he feels that way.

Too Tricky? - Use this sheet to help you build your sentences.

Fancy a Challenge? - Write sentences about the fox's feelings too.

Maths 

 Divide by 10

Watch today's Powerpoint slides and complete questions on the slides! Once you have watched the Powerpoint slides choose between mild, spicy, hot and, extra hot!

Maths Powerpoint!

HOT and EXTRA HOT

MILD and SPICY

Remember to look at the maths slides so you know which worksheet is which!

 

 

Spanish 

Los Animales

Have a look back at the lessons you've completed so far. 

Los Animales 1.mp4

Los Animales 2.mp4

Today you need to have a go at solving this puzzle. Can you spot the names of the different animals you know?

Los Animales Lesson 3 - Word Puzzle.pdf

Art 

Watch this video which shows us some real cave paintings!

Brian Cox visits Europe's oldest known cave paintings

What tools would they have needed to create these paintings? 

What story do the paintings tell? 

Today we are going to be creating our own prehistoric painting tools! You will need; some string or wool, a stick, a feater and a imagination! You might need to search for some of these things in your back garden or at a local park or woods! This is an example of what you will be making! Be as creative as you like but remember the stone age people would have had to use what they can find!