Please find expectations and link to home learning.

Reading English Maths  Times tables Curriculum 
Read at least one of their reading books at home and answer simple questions or if they are on longer texts 4 chapters each day

or one unt of reading plus daily

Children will be expected to work on one section of spag.com each day Children will be expected to complete one unit of Mathletics each day TT rockstars can be completed each day.  There will be a curriculum linked activity on the school website each day. It might be watching a simple video or completing a short activity through Purple mash.com in the 2 do section. 
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Good morning everyone. Please see the slides below to see your learning for the week.
Miss Colborn has entered us into a battle with Year 4! Let’s see if we can beat them! I hope you all have a lovely week.
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Good morning Year 3!
I hope you all had a lovely weekend.
The slides below show the learning for this week. We will be using both IXL and Mathletics for your Maths work this week!
Well done for producing such wonderful work last week!
We are in a TT Rockstars battle with Year 4 this week so log on and have some fun! I hope you have a wonderful week of learning.
We will be having a class video call on Tuesday at 10:30. Your adults will be receiving an email on Tuesday morning with a link to take them straight to the video call. I hope to see your smiling faces then!

Week of  15.6.20

 

 

Good Morning Year 3!

As there are some children returning to school this week and staff are now school again we have made some changes to the way you will see your home learning. Below is a slide show of your work for the week. Simply go through the slide show to see what you should be doing each day. This is still flexible and you can work in a way to best suit you! The slideshow is a guide but don’t worry if you do different tasks on different days. It might be easier to make the slide show full screen and scroll through at your own pace.

I hope you enjoy the week’s tasks! I’m very excited to be starting our new topic and hope you will be too! Have a wonderful week everyone!

Week 1 VV

 

Friday 5th June

Happy Friday everyone! Thank you so much for sending me your work on Purple Mash. I have loved seeing everything you have done during half term.

I know a few of you have had a birthday whilst we have been off school so I am sending you a virtual hug and I hope you have had lovely birthdays. 

Have a lovely, relaxing weekend. 

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Maths: IXL

You might be happy (or sad) that this is our last session on fractions. You are adding and subtracting again. Remember you add the numerator (top number) when the denominators (bottom number) of the fractions are the same.

Fluent in 5:

Literacy: IXL

Forming plural nouns

Plural means that there is more than one! You will be adding ‘s’ or ‘es’ to change the meaning of the nouns.

Adverb challenge:

How do you think the sloth moves? I think he moves cautiously through the trees. How do you think he moves?

Purple Mash:

I have created a template on Purple Mash for you to use to create a message for your class that will be put up in school on display! Can you create a message in the bubble you would like to share with your class?  It could include what you have been doing,  what ​you have been missing or even just a chance to let your class know what has been going on in your lives. I will print them off so make them as colourful as you would like! Please remember to double check tricky spellings and capital letters!

 

Thursday 4th June

Happy Thursday Year 3!

Well done you have produced some amazing work this week! I feel very proud to be your teacher. Remember to practise your spellings ready for the test on Friday. Happy learning! 

Keep fit with Joe today!

 

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Maths: IXL

Adding and subtracting fractions on a number line

Just like yesterday, you will be adding the numerators (top number) to the numerators of the other fraction. Remember the denominators (bottom number and amount of equal parts) will not change.

Here is an example to help you

Fluent in 5:

Literacy: IXL

Identify common and proper nouns

Remember the proper nouns will have capital letters and common nouns will not.

Adjective challenge:

Can you think of 5 different adjectives to describe this sloth?

I think he is lazy. What do you think?

Curriculum: Purple Mash

Can you write a postcard home from a rainforest? What is the name of the rainforest? Do you know what continent it is on?

What did you see when you were there?

What animals did you see?

What was the weather like?

Why do you think the weather was like that?

Can you use some interesting adjectives to describe your time there?

This video will tell you some facts about the Rainforest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgU7gsBOhUI

 

Wednesday 3rd June

Happy Wednesday Year 3! I hope you are all well. Today we are continuing our work on nouns, fractions and map work. Enjoy and happy learning! 

Literacy: IXL 

Common and proper nouns

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zb7R_qHWHI0

Proper nouns always need a capital letter.

Spellings:

Our spelling rule for this week will be carrying on with the -ous suffix

tremendous, enormous, jealous, fabulous, generous and ominous.

Spellings will be on Purple Mash on Friday!

Maths:

Fractions work on IXL

This task looks at writing fraction sums. The only number you need to add is the numerator (top number) the denominator (bottom number) will always stay the same.

The fractions will have common denominators this means that the denominators are the same.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mO53rHEIQr4

This video will help. Stop the video at around 1:50 as the information after is not relevant.

Purple Mash:

To build upon yesterday, can you label the continents?

What continent do we live on?

How many countries are there?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvsfr82/articles/znm7vk7

Can you remember the name of the invisible line that runs round the middle of the world? Why is there lots of rainforests near this line?

 

Tuesday 2nd June

Hi everyone. I hope you have all settled back into home learning after your half term holiday. 

Here is your learning for Tuesday.

 

Literacy:

IXL: Identifying nouns

Remember a noun is a person, place or thing!

Reading: Use the template set on Purple Mash to create a storyboard of the book you are reading at the minute. If you aren’t reading at the minute, you could create a storyboard of your favourite story. There is 4 opportunities for a picture and text so make sure you pick the 4 most important parts of the story.

Spellings:

Our spelling rule for this week will be carrying on with the -ous suffix

tremendous, enormous, jealous, fabulous, generous and ominous.

Spellings will be on Purple Mash on Friday!

Maths:

Focus on your times tables today! I have set some tasks on IXL. Please spend some time on TT rockstars today.

Here is a fun website to use https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/times-tables

Fluent in 5:

Purple Mash: Geography map work

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvsfr82/articles/zdk46v4

Why do we use maps?

 

Monday 1st June

Hi year 3! I hope you all had a lovely relaxing half term break. You all deserved it after your hard work and resilience whilst working at home.

Here is our learning for Monday.

Are you still staying fit and active? I have still been training for the Great North Run during half term. My aim is to beat Mo Farah in September. Do you think I can do it?

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Literacy:

To ease you back into your home learning, I would like you to write and tell me about something you have done this half term. It might be colouring and reading in the garden or it might be some exercise you have done with your adults.

Me and Miss Colborn went for a socially distanced picnic during half term! Have you done any nice activities in the sun?

I will set up a template on Purple Mash. If you would rather write on paper and practice your handwriting please feel free. Send me a picture on facebook messenger so I can see what you have been up to!

Spellings:

Our spelling rule for this week will be carrying on with the -ous suffix

tremendous, enormous, jealous, fabulous, generous and ominous.

Spellings will be on Purple Mash on Friday!

Maths:

IXL- Finding equivalent fractions on number lines

Remember equivalent means they are equal in value

Use the number lines to help you find which fractions are equal to one another

https://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions.html

This website will help if you are struggling to see what a fraction would look like

Curriculum:

French- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5EmHO5vmRs

Can you practice the French names for pets with your adults. We have already done this together at school. I bet your adults will be so impressed!

Un oiseau- A bird

Un chat- A cat

Un chien- A dog

Un poisson- A fish

Un cochon d’inde- A guinea pig

Un hamster- A hamster

Un cheval- A horse

Can you create a poster for your favourite animal? Draw a picture and label it with the French translation!

You can do this on Purple Mash or on paper and send it to me so I can see your beautiful work!

Friday 22nd May

WOW Year 3! Just like that it is half term! Me and Mrs Green are SO proud of you and your resilience. You are all absolute stars! Spend today catching up on your work and chilling out!

Have a wonderful half term and I will see you very soon!

Kindness challenge: Be kind to yourself! We often forget to be kind to ourselves and forget how wonderful we are. Your task today is to tell me something that you are proud of yourself for doing. This can be anything you want!

Spelling test: Purple Mash

Purple Mash: Create a poster to tell the rest of the class something that you are proud of yourself for. This could be your online learning, something you have made out of lego or a book that you have read!

I am proud of myself for learning different things to cook for tea at home and improving my cooking skills!

Reading:

Listen to the extract read out and think about these questions

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkttpg8

You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum

Mr Gum hates children, animals, fun and corn on the cob. This book is about him, an angry fairy, a dog called Jake and a little girl called Polly.

Think about the following:

  • What do we learn about about Mr Gum?

  • How can the carpet be ‘the colour of unhappiness’?

  • Can you believe that the bed has never been made?

  • Are you surprised that Mr Gum has a pretty garden?

After every storm there is a rainbow. Stay safe and stay positive Year 3!

Happy half term. 

 

 

Thursday 21st May

Happy Thursday Year 3. I have loved looking at your posters you have made on Purple Mash. Here are a few examples that will help you complete yours. I was so impressed with how much effort you put into them!

Kindness Challenge: Make a card for someone that you can’t see at the minute. Tell them what you would like to do when you are able to see them.

I will be making a card for my Nanna and Grandpa who are keeping safe at home and I miss them very much!

Here is your learning for today

Make sure you stay active with a PE class with Joe!

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Literacy:

IXL: Which word is the noun?

Activity: Go on a noun hunt with your siblings or adult and write down all the nouns you can find in the garden and the house. Send me a picture of your lists on messenger!

If you haven’t been on your noun hunt yet, try and go on one today as it will help you with your task.

Reading: Complete reading task on Purple Mash

Writing task: Create your own superhero on Purple Mash

Maths:

IXL: Find equivalent fractions on number lines

Remember the word equivalent means equal!

I have set a reasoning task. You might need your adults to read these questions to you if you get a bit stuck. The task is all about using your brain and your knowledge of numbers to answer the questions!

Fluent in 5:

Curriculum: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z3yfng8

What is duration and tempo? Watch this video today and then there will be a task to complete on Purple Mash tomorrow.

Create your own piece of music on Purple Mash.

Wednesday 20th May

Happy Wednesday everyone! I have loved your exercise and Ramadan posters. 

Kindness challenge: Ask someone in your house what their favourite thing to do is and then ask if you can do this activity with them.

Here is something for your adults to read to help with mental health

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zndp6v4

Have a go at this PE challenge today!

Literacy:

IXL: Select the nouns

We are going to be moving on from contractions and looking at nouns.

A noun is a person, place or thing.

Activity: Go on a noun hunt with your siblings or adult and write down all the nouns you can find in the garden and the house. Send me a picture of your lists on messenger!

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading today

Maths:

IXL: Find equivalent fractions of using area models

The word equivalent means equal. So in today’s work you are looking for fractions that are equal to one another. They will cover the same amount of area.

You can see that the fractions cover the same amount of area but they are separated into different denominators. Count the equal parts shaded on the fraction and that will become the numerator (top number).

Fluent in 5:

Curriculum: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z3yfng8

What is duration and tempo? Watch this video today and then there will be a task to complete on Purple Mash tomorrow.

Tuesday 19th May

Welcome to Tuesday! How did you get on with your kindness task yesterday?

Today’s kindness challenge: Make a card for your adult or adults who have helped you during your time off from school. Tell them about something you have enjoyed doing together. It might be a bike ride, cooking or even just spending some time together. I bet it will make them smile!

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Since it is mental health awareness week, why not do some exercise today? When you exercise, your body produces something called endorphins. These chemicals trigger a positive feeling in your body! That is why you feel so good after you exercise!

Literacy:

IXL: Practice your reading skills by completing the rhyming activities

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading today

Maths:

IXL: We are starting equivalent fractions on Wednesday so spend today catching up and practice some important skills with skip-counting stories

Fluent in 5:

TT Rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on here today. We are in a battle with Year 4 and with East Boldon Juniors!

Curriculum: 

Purple mash:

Spend Monday and Tuesday researching the Five Pillars of Islam.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-education-ks2-my-life-my-religion-what-is-islam/zbmrwty

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks1-the-five-pillars-of-islam/zv84jhv

Monday 18th May 

Happy Monday Year 3.

Welcome to another week of home learning. It is Mental Health Awareness week. Looking after our mental health is so important, especially at the minute. The theme of the week is ‘kindness’. Look out for your kindness challenge every day.

Spelling rule this week is the suffix -ous

famous, dangerous, nervous, ridiculous, adventurous, poisonous and mischievous.

Your test will be on purple mash on Thursday! 

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Spend some time exercising and relaxing with some yoga!

Literacy:

IXL: Using contractions in a sentence

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading today

Maths:

IXL: Compare fractions with like numerators

For this task, the numerator (top number) will be the same. Th denominator (bottom number) will be different.

The bigger the denominator, the smaller the fraction will be.

These fractions have the same numerators, however the denominator is different but the third is smaller as the shape has been separated into more parts than the half.

https://teachablemath.com/apps/fraction-shape-maker/

You can use this website to see what the fractions look like.

TT Rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on here today

Fluent in 5:

Hedworthfield won the tournament last week but you all worked your socks off. Mr Parkin has put us in a battle with Year 4 and Miss Colborn thinks she can beat us! Let’s prove her wrong!

Curriculum: 

Purple mash:

Spend Monday and Tuesday researching the Five Pillars of Islam.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-education-ks2-my-life-my-religion-what-is-islam/zbmrwty

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks1-the-five-pillars-of-islam/zv84jhv

Kindness challenge: 

Smile at everyone you see today! This might be your family at home or on your daily exercise. You never know who needs a smile and it might make their day!

Friday 15th May

Just like that it’s Friday again! 

You have all been superstars this week learning all about contractions and fractions!

Remember to do your spelling test today on Purple Mash! 

Have a lovely weekend everyone. I am so proud of your hard work!

Literacy:

IXL: Using contractions with not

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading today

Maths:

IXL: Order fractions with like denominators

The task is to drag the fractions into the correct order. All of the denominators are the same for this task.

https://teachablemath.com/apps/fraction-shape-maker/

If you use this link, you can create the fractions for the children to see. Put in the denominator (bottom number) into the total number of equal parts box and the numerator (top number) into the number of shaded parts. This way the children can see what they fraction looks like and explain why the number with the larger numerator is bigger.

TT Rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on here today

Hedworthfield are still in the lead. You have been working your socks off this week on TT Rockstars. You have until 3pm today to beat them. You can do it!!

Curriculum: 

Purple mash: Ramadan and bad habits. This website will help https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/23286976

 

Thursday 14th May

Happy Thursday everyone!

Well done for your hard work so far this week!

I have set the spelling test on purple mash for you to complete over the next few days. Here is a reminder of them. 

We are continuing with the suffix -ly

angrily, clumsily, luckily, simply, gently, guiltily, speedily and humbly. 

Hedworthfield are in the lead but I still think we can beat them!

Literacy:

IXL: Using pronoun verb contractions

This will help you. Remember the apostrophe goes where the letter(s) have been removed to shorten the word.

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading today

Maths:

IXL: Compare fractions using models

The models are there to help . There is no need to change any of the denominators yet as we will be looking at that in the next few weeks.

Even though the denominators are different, encourage your child to look at which of the fractions covers the greatest amount of the shape to find the answer.

TT Rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on here today

Curriculum: 

Purple mash: Ramadan and bad habits. This website will help https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/23286976

Wednesday 13th May

Hi everyone! 

Have a catch up day today with IXL and your reading. Scroll down to see your reading task for this week. Remember to practice your spellings!

We are continuing with the suffix -ly

angrily, clumsily, luckily, simply, gently, guiltily, speedily and humbly. 

Literacy:

IXL: Catch up with contractions

Scroll down to see some help! Can you write some sentences using some contractions? Here is an example.

Miss Hamilton can’t use the interactive whiteboard in class! She always breaks it.

Reading: Read your book for 30 minutes and draw a picture of what has happened in your favourite part.

I have used another contraction in your update today. Can you see it?

Maths:

IXL: Fraction word problems

Catch up on fractions work

Have a try of this fractions game- https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/fraction-matcher/latest/fraction-matcher_en.html

Make sure you pick fractions and not mixed numbers as we haven’t looked at those yet!

Curriculum: It is so important to keep fit! Especially at the minute. Can you create a poster on the importance of fitness? You can include your knowledge of our food groups too.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zm29wmn

Can you fill in the blanks and include them on your poster?

Tuesday 12th May

Happy Tuesday everyone! 

It is so important to stay active and healthy at the minute to keep your brains and bodies healthy! I have been training for the Great North Run! What have you been doing?

Why not try this fun family workout together today?

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Here are your spellings for this week. I will put the test on Purple Mash on Thursday to give you a chance to practice!

We are continuing with the suffix -ly

angrily, clumsily, luckily, simply, gently, guiltily, speedily and humbly. 

Good luck!

Literacy:

IXL: We are carrying on with contractions and forming them using ‘not’

This table will help you. Remember a contraction is a shortened version of two words. Some of the letters are replaced with an apostrophe.

Is not is shortened to isn’t the apostrophe is positioned there because the ‘o’ has been removed.

Can you make some sentence using the contractions?

Reading: Read your book for 30 minutes and draw a picture of what has happened in your favourite part.

Maths:

IXL: Fraction word problems (continuing from yesterday)

For these questions, look for the amount of the whole group. In this case, it is 3 as there are 3 brownies all together. This number will be the denominator (bottom of the fraction). Then look at what the question asks. There is nuts on one brownie. This will be the numerator (top of the fraction) So the answer would be 1/3 of the brownies contain nuts.

TT rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on TT Rockstars so we can beat East Boldon!

We are also in a battle with Year 3 at Hedworthfield!

Fluent in 5: 

Curriculum: It is so important to keep fit! Especially at the minute. Can you create a poster on the importance of fitness? You can include your knowledge of our food groups too.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zm29wmn

Can you fill in the blanks and include them on your poster?

Monday 11th May

Good morning everyone. I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are refreshed and ready for another week of learning!

Literacy:

IXL: Pronoun- verb contraction

A contraction is a shortened form of a group of words. It replaces letters in a word with an apostrophe.

For example: I am is shortened to I’m the apostrophe is in the place of where the a has been removed.

Reading: http://www.short-story-time.com/mr-pancake-turkey.html

Let’s focus on inference and reading between the lines with this story! That means we will be investigating as moles!

  1. What do you think ‘flat as a pancake’ means?
  2. Why was Farmer Francis ‘frustrated’?
  3. What does the word ‘bellowed’ suggest about how Mrs Farmer Francis felt when the turkey came into their house?
  4. How did the farmer’s attitude change towards the end of the story?

Maths:

IXL: Fraction word problems

The questions will test understanding of fractions. In this question, look for the part that tells you how many equal parts there is. This will become the bottom of the fraction (denominator).

TT rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on TT Rockstars so we can beat East Boldon!

Curriculum: Use this link to learn about the digestive system

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z27kng8

Friday 8th May

Happy Friday Year 3. Have a catch up day with IXL and purple mash today. I have set some simple tasks for you to work through. 

Remember to do your spellings today on Purple Mash! 

Well done for all your wonderful work this week. Have a lovely weekend!

Literacy:

IXL: Choose the picture that rhymes with the word

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading your book today

There are lots of free eBooks to read on this website: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Maths:

IXL: Multiplying by 3

TT Rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on TT Rockstars today

Cheerful challenge: Over Thursday and Friday I want to see your creative side! Can you make your own nature bugs using nature you find in your garden or on your daily exercise. Here are a few examples.

When you have made it, please share your photos so that we can see your wonderful work!

Thursday 7th May

Good morning Year 3! Can you believe it is Thursday already? We have organised some workbooks and stationery at school. If you are out for you walk, why not have a walk along to school and pick up some things to help your learning? We are also putting out the book swap trolley if you want to swap a reading book. 

Happy learning! 

Remember to learn your spellings this week!

Spelling rule: suffix -ly

hardly, correctly, entirely, bravely, loudly, definitely, wisely and suddenly.

Literacy:

IXL: Subjects in a sentence

The subject of a sentence is the person, place, thing or idea that is doing or being something.

For example, the man ate a cream cake.

The subject of the sentence is the man as he is doing the action in the sentence.

The girl picked a flower.

The girl is the subject as she is doing to action of picking the flower.

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading your book today

Maths:

IXL: Fraction word problems

When answering the questions, look for the part of the question that explains how many equal parts something is split into. The blanket is make of 2 equal parts so look for the bar model made of 2 equal parts. The question then asks you to look for the model which shows one strip of the blanket.

TT rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on TT Rockstars so we can beat East Boldon!

Try this fluent in 5 activity

Cheerful challenge: Over Thursday and Friday I want to see your creative side! Can you make your own nature bugs using nature you find in your garden or on your daily exercise. Here are a few examples.

When you have made it, please share your photos so that we can see your wonderful work!

 

Wednesday 6th May

Happy Wednesday year 3! I have loved seeing your rainforest posters! Keep them coming!

Did you know Valley View is in a TT Rockstars battle with East Boldon Junior School?! I know we can beat them!

Remember to learn your spellings this week!

Spelling rule: suffix -ly

hardly, correctly, entirely, bravely, loudly, definitely, wisely and suddenly.

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Why not try some mindfulness and relaxation today?

Literacy:

IXL: Is the sentence a statement, question, command or exclamation?

This video will help you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuwO0hTEeV0

Command: Advises or requests you do something

Statement: A statement tells you something

Question: Asks you to do something and ends with a ?

Exclamation: Expresses an emotion and ends with a !

 

Reading: Spend 30 minutes reading your book today

Maths:

IXL: Fractions of a group

This video will help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICKM8OEO8Hk

Follow this link for a fun fractions activity: http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/pdfs/15smartie.pdf

TT rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on TT Rockstars so we can beat East Boldon!

Try this fluent in 5 activity

Curriculum:

Purple Mash: Rainforest Habitat Poster

 

Tuesday 5th May

Good morning everyone! I will be doing PE this morning. Remember to do some exercise everyday to keep your brains and bodies healthy! Happy learning!

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Remember to learn your spellings!

Spelling rule: suffix -ly

hardly, correctly, entirely, bravely, loudly, definitely, wisely and suddenly.

Literacy:

IXL: Is the word an adjective or an adverb?

Remember the adjective describes the noun (person, place or thing) and the adverb gives more information on the verb (doing word like run or skip).

Can you think of 5 adverbs to describe how the cheetah is running?

Reading: Read your reading book for 30 minutes today.

Maths:

IXL: skip counting by 100

Remember if you are finding it tricky, you can always draw the hundreds to help you or use this website to help.

https://www.coolmath4kids.com/manipulatives/base-ten-blocks

TT Rockstars: For the next 30 days we are in a battle with East Boldon Primary School! I know we can beat them!

Curriculum

Purple Mash: Layers of the rainforest quiz

Create your own information text about Rainforest Habitats!

This website will help you! https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx882hv/articles/zxdsvcw

 

Monday 4th May 

Happy Monday everyone! I was SO impressed to find out that Year 3 have answered 11990 questions on IXL! Big round of applause to you! Year 3 girls took the lead last week at the last minute and smashed the tournament! Well done girls! 

I am so impressed by how many of you are using IXL and completing your work. Keep up the hard work Year 3 and enjoy your learning for Monday!

I have set up a spelling test on Purple Mash. You can complete this whenever you wish, however we usually do our spelling test at school on a Friday.

Spelling rule: suffix -ly

hardly, correctly, entirely, bravely, loudly, definitely, wisely and suddenly.

Literacy:

IXL: Choose between adjectives and adverbs- Remember an adjective describes a noun (person, place or thing) and an adverb describes a verb (doing word like run, skip etc)

Reading: Follow the link to read a short story called ‘The Jelly Bean Tree’

http://www.short-story-time.com/the-jelly-bean-tree.html

Today we are going to be dogs and fetch and retrieve information from the story.

  1. What are the names of the 3 beans Matthew said could grow?
  2. Matthew sprinkled his plant with sugar every morning. True or false?
  3. How many green shoots had popped through the dirt?
  4. How often did Matthew water his jelly bean plant?

Maths:

IXL: Show fractions: Fraction bars

This video will help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8VchkfoPHk

TT rockstars: Spend 20 minutes on TT Rockstars

Try this fluent in 5 activity

Curriculum:

Purple Mash: PSHE- Beat Bullying

Can you create a poster to show what someone should do if they are being bullied?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z7vnvcw

Friday 1st May

Wow! It’s May already. Well done for all of your hard work during April everyone. I understand that it can be challenging but you are all doing absolutely amazing. The increase of activity on IXL this week has blown me away; you are all working your socks off! Enjoy your weekend everyone and stay safe x

BBC is releasing lessons every day. Why don’t you have a look at their website?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zmyxxyc/year-3-and-p4-lessons/1

Literacy:

IXL: Grammar focus today! Use the correct article ‘a or an’

An article is a word used before a noun.

Your task is to decide whether you should use a or an before the noun in the sentence.

A- should be used if the noun starts with a consonant letter (b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m,  n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y and z)- e.g. A bike

An- Should be used if the noun starts with a vowel sound (a, e, i, o and u)- e.g. An apple

Reading: Spend some time reading and relaxing today. Can you draw the main character from the book you are reading?

Maths:

IXL: Understanding fractions- area models

The questions are similar to Tuesday’s work so watch the video if you need some help.

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday! The boys are in the lead but not by much! Can you beat them today girls?

Curriculum

Purple Mash: Geography map task

Identify cities in the UK. Click the map to take you to a bigger and clearer image!

Friday challenge: Have a dance!

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Thursday 30th April

Thursday already! I have been blown away by how many of you have been using IXL this week and I will reveal how many questions we have answered tomorrow! Thank you for your wonderful music on Purple Mash! We definitely have some musical composers in our class. Have a wonderful day everyone!

Literacy:

IXL: Identify the adverb

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvg6v3hOw0Q

Reading: Read for 30 minutes today with your adult or you could read to your pet. Remember reading is the gateway to all learning!

If you have a reading plus login, spend some time on that today!

Maths:

IXL: Match the fraction to the model

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tY9NpEEjyA

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday! This is how it looks at the minute. The boys are way in the lead!

I have set a few optional tasks on Mathletics as well.

Curriculum:

Purple Mash: Geography map task

Identify countries and cities in the UK. Click the map to take you to a bigger and clearer image!

Thursday’s challenge: Do something nice for someone in your house to brighten their day. You could make them a card, sing them a song or even give them your cheesiest smile!

 

Wednesday 29th April

Happy Wednesday Year 3! I am so proud of all your wonderful work. Have a catch up day today on IXL and Purple Mash. Stay safe x

Literacy:

IXL: Catch up on tasks set

Purple Mash: Read chapters and answer questions set

Reading: Read for 30 minutes today with your adult or you could read to your pet. Remember reading is the gateway to all learning!

If you have a reading plus login, spend some time on that today!

Maths:

IXL: Catch up on IXL tasks and see the video on Monday and Tuesday for some help!

I have set an 8 times table activity as a focus for today!

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Purple Mash: What is your food made of?

Processed or unprocessed food

Use the BBC Bitesize website to help you recap on the food groups we looked at before half term!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrffr82/articles/zppvv4j

Wednesday’s challenge:

Tuesday 28th April

Wasn’t the weather beautiful yesterday? I did my Joe Wick’s PE lesson in the garden yesterday, why don’t you join in today to keep happy and healthy? Make sure you drink lots of water! Happy learning Year 3!

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Literacy:

IXL: Have a reading day today Year 3! I have set a chapter for you to read on Purple Mash and questions to answer. If you are behind with the reading, I have put up the previous chapters in case you aren’t up to Chapter 4!

Why don’t you build a reading den in the garden and read your book in there today?

Maths:

IXL: Fraction bars

Your key vocabulary for this week is numerator and denominator. The numerator is the number on the top of a fraction and the denominator is the number on the bottom!

I have made this video to help explain some of the questions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etpBF7OZVc8

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Music: What is pulse and rhythm?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z2mqw6f

Use Purple Mash to create your own musical sequence!

Tuesday’s challenge: Can you find 3 new words in your reading book that you don’t know the meaning of and search for them using an online dictionary?

https://dictionary.cambridge.org

 

Monday 27th April

Happy Monday Year 3! I hope you enjoyed your weekend! The boys won the battle last week for TT Rockstars. Well done boys! Girls do you think you can beat them this week? I have made some videos to help with your work this week and uploaded them on youtube to help you. Maybe I will become YouTube famous, what do you think? 

Here is a link to try Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure- Frozen themed!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlg052EKMtk

Literacy:

IXL: Does the adverb explain how, where or when the action happened?

Here is a link the the video to help you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOOpDh_oqQs

Reading: Read for 30 minutes today with your adult or you could read to your pet. Remember reading is the gateway to all learning!

Maths:

IXL: Identify the fraction

Your key vocabulary for this week is numerator and denominator. The numerator is the number on the top of a fraction and the denominator is the number on the bottom!

Here is a video to help you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaLfkrjjLP0

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Music: What is pulse and rhythm?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z2mqw6f

Can you watch the video about pulse and rhythm and create your own pulse? Use my ideas first then create your own 4 beat rhythm!

clap clap clap clap

clap click clap click

clap clap stamp clap

stamp stamp click click

Monday’s challenge: Can you create a 4 beat pulse to cheer on the NHS on Thursday evening? If you make one, please send it to the school’s Facebook page or email it to lockdown@valleyview.s-tyneside.sch.uk by Tuesday! You could even get some pots and pans out to make your pulse!

 

Friday 24th April

Happy Friday everyone! 

Well done for all of your wonderful work this week. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Literacy:

IXL: Identify adjectives

Remember a noun is a name of a person, place or thing. Like Joe from Jarrow with his ball of string! You taught me that rhyme!

This video will help you

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Reading: If you have a reading plus account please use it as it will really help your reading! Well done to those who have used it so far. Read your reading book for half an hour to your adult or your pet!

Maths:

IXL: I have set some times tables work on the 2, 5 and 10 times table as a little refresher! I hope you enjoyed your fractions work and we will continue this next week.

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- The boys are winning so far!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Ancient Egyptian information leaflet

Can you create a leaflet full of information you have learned about the Ancient Egyptians? I given you 3 days to make your leaflet! This website will help you

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zg87xnb

Think about all the topics you have learned about.
Do you know any famous pharaohs?
Do you know what the writing was called that they used?
What is the name of the famous river in Egypt?
Why did people decide to move near the river?

Friday’s challenge: Can you sing our Valley View anthem for your adults. I miss singing this with you in assembly! Go blow their socks off with your wonderful singing!

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Thursday 23rd April

Good morning Year 3. I loved looking at your posters you made about yourselves and have learned lots of new facts about you! Stay safe and make sure you are enjoying the beautiful sunshine! I did the Joe Wick’s PE lesson in my garden yesterday, if you have a laptop, why don’t you go enjoy it in the sun? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z42mwuX_Xj8

Literacy:

IXL: Identify the adjective that describes the noun

Remember a noun is a name of a person, place or thing. Like Joe from Jarrow with his ball of string! You taught me that rhyme!

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

Maths:

IXL: Halves, thirds and quarters

I am setting the work for Thursday and Friday. We are looking at the new topic of fractions on Thursday and Friday. A half is a whole object shared into 2 equal pieces, a third is a whole separated into 3 equal pieces and a quarter is a whole separated into 4 equal pieces. Here is a funny video to introduce the topic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMWa6dDoicc

Remember to stress the importance of a fraction being equal! This will help with the IXL work.

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Ancient Egyptian information leaflet

Can you create a leaflet full of information you have learned about the Ancient Egyptians? I given you 3 days to make your leaflet! This website will help you

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zg87xnb

Think about all the topics you have learned about.
Do you know any famous pharaohs?
Do you know what the writing was called that they used?
What is the name of the famous river in Egypt?
Why did people decide to move near the river?

Thursday’s challenge:

If I gave you half of my pizza you would get 3 mushrooms. True or false? Why?

If I gave you half of my pizza you would get 6 pieces of pepperoni. True or false? Why?

Wednesday 22nd April

Good morning Year 3! I have filmed story time for you so watch out for it on the facebook page! You are all working so hard on IXL, so far you have answered 4419 questions. WOW! I hope you have a lovely day and enjoy your learning.

Literacy:

IXL: Identifying the adjective that is describing the noun

Remember a noun is a name of a person, place or thing. Like Joe from Jarrow with his ball of string! You taught me that rhyme!

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

Maths:

IXL: I have set a small multiplying by 4 task for you

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Ancient Egyptian information leaflet

Can you create a leaflet full of information you have learned about the Ancient Egyptians? This website will help you

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zg87xnb

Think about all the topics you have learned about.
Do you know any famous pharaohs?
Do you know what the writing was called that they used?
What is the name of the famous river in Egypt?
Why did people decide to move near the river?

Wednesday’s challenge:

Remember a suffix is a group of words added to the end of a root word to change its meaning or change the word.

Tuesday 21st April

Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope you have all settled back into home learning. Are you still doing Joe Wick’s workout? Remember it is important to keep active to have happy minds and happy bodies! 

Literacy:

IXL: Does the adjective tell you what kind or how many?

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

Maths:

IXL: Measure using a centimetre ruler

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: PSHE- Can you create a poster to tell others all about yourself?

Tuesday’s challenge: Can you write the sentences and include the missing apostrophe? Remember we use apostrophes to show a letter is missing e.g. I’m instead of I am. You can also use it to show that an item belongs to someone e.g. Miss Hamilton’s pen. The apostrophe shows the pen belongs to Miss Hamilton.

Monday 20th April

Good morning Year 3! Welcome back to home learning. I hope you had a beautiful Easter break and ate lots of Easter eggs!

Literacy:

IXL: Using sense words. Which word makes sense? Why does the other word not make sense?

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

Maths:

IXL: Tall and short

TT rockstars: Boys vs girls- battle ends Friday!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: French- Ma famille

Launch your 2-do then click on the unit ‘Ma famille’. Then, click on the red robot that says ‘introduce words’. After that, there are activities and games to complete on the vocabulary you have learned!

Monday’s challenge:

Friday 3rd April

We are at the end of our first two weeks of home learning. I am so so proud of the beautiful work you have produced and the effort you make with your own learning. I have loved seeing your home learning pictures on Facebook, especially all of the lovely cooking! Yum! I hope you all have a relaxed and safe Easter holiday. Make sure you eat LOADS of easter eggs as that is what I will be doing! Me and Mrs Green miss you all very much! Stay safe x

Literacy:

IXL: Capitalising names of places and geographical features

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

Purple Mash: Can you read chapter 3 of ‘Beth on The Nile’ and answer the questions?

Maths:

IXL: Interpret bar charts

TT rockstars: VV Y4 vs Y3

Year 3 are still in the lead by 600 points!! You are amazing!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Writing in hieroglyphics

This website will help https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zg87xnb/articles/zvw3mfr

 

Thursday 2nd April

Good morning everyone! I missed my Joe Wick’s workout yesterday because I was in school but I will be back tomorrow morning at 9! I hope you are all staying active and going for nice walks and bike rides with your adults! 

Did you play any tricks on April fool’s day? 

Literacy:

IXL: You have two tasks set on IXL currently and they are all about capitalising Proper nouns.

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

Purple Mash: Can you read chapter 3 of ‘Beth on The Nile’ and answer the questions?

Maths:

IXL: Skip counting by 4 and interpreting tally charts

TT rockstars: VV Y4 vs Y3

We are way in the lead in our battle against Year 4! Keep up the good work!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Food group shopping basket and use your knowledge of Egyptian Gods to play the pairs game!

Thursday’s challenge: Can you create a poster about E-safety to show your adults how you stay safe on your computer or tablet at home?

Remember how important it is to stay safe online and if you are unsure about anything or feel uncomfortable tell an adult straight away! The website below has some lovely activities to remind you about the importance of staying safe online!

https://www.childnet.com/resources/the-adventures-of-kara-winston-and-the-smart-crew

Wednesday 1st April

Happy April Fool’s Day Year 3! Have you got any pranks planned? Do you think I should take a whoopee cushion into Hedworthfield tomorrow? Good luck with your work for today and don’t forget to log onto IXL with your new logins!

Literacy:

IXL: Capitalising days, months and holidays

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

David Walliams is reading at 11 o clock everyday. Why don’t you join him?

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Maths:

IXL: Interpreting tally charts

TT rockstars: VV Y4 vs Y3

Come on we can beat them!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: PSHE- What do you want to be when you grow up?

Wednesday’s challenge: Can you show off your singing skills to your adults and sing them our song ‘Three Little Birds?’ I bet some of your adults will know it! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4sNi2PUiWM

 

Tuesday 31st March

Can you believe that it is April tomorrow? I am so glad the sun is shining for us! 

I have set IXL tasks for maths and literacy today but there is still a task on mathletics in case your login hasn’t arrived yet! Are you all still doing PE with Joe? Sometimes when I feel a little rubbish, I do some exercise and it makes me feel so much better and ready to take on the day! I have enjoyed seeing your animations so far! They made my day. I am so glad you are doing some lovely activities with your adults!

Literacy:

IXL: Capitalising the names of people and pets

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

David Walliams is reading at 11 o clock everyday. Why don’t you join him?

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Maths:

IXL: Skip counting by 4

TT rockstars: VV Y4 vs Y3

Year 4 are winning at the minute, but not by much! Come on we can beat them!

Curriculum:

Purple Mash: Organise the food into food groups

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrffr82/articles/zppvv4j

This website will help you to recap on the different food groups!

Tuesday’s literacy challenge: Can you write a short story that uses these 5 words- ridiculous, original, however, eight and scissors. Can you spot the words which you have taken home for your spellings before? 

 

Monday 30th March

Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had relaxing weekends with your family. You have some new logins and learning packs coming to you in the post! How exciting! I will start using the new programmes from Wednesday to make sure you have all received your packs!

Literacy:

Grammar: Complete present perfect work on spag.com. Remember when you write in present perfect form you need has or have and a past tense verb.

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus.

David Walliams is reading at 11 o clock everyday. Why don’t you join him?

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Purple Mash: Read chapters 1 and 2 of ‘Beth on The Nile.’

Maths:

Mathletics: Statistics- Are you ready? Interpreting tables

TT rockstars: The boys have won last week’s battle! Well done boys!

You are now in a Valley View battle Y3 against Y4. Don’t let me down or Miss Colborn will never let me forget it!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: ICT: Create an animation about an activity you have done.

History: Egyptian Gods task

Monday’s challenge:

 

Friday 27th March

Happy Friday Year 3! 

I am so proud all the beautiful work you have done this week. It has really brightened up my day seeing all of your messages on purple mash. I hope you have a lovely weekend and spend some time in your gardens with your families doing nice activities. I will be having a well earned break from PE with Joe as I am aching all over!

Literacy:

Grammar: Complete tasks set on spag.com

Purple mash: Please read Chapter 1 from Beth and the Nile on Purple mash. There are questions to answer as well. I have set the hand in date to Monday 30th March.

I am going to upload chapter 2 for those who have already read chapter 1!

Reading: Read for 30 minutes or complete 30 minutes on reading plus. Write a letter to the author of your book letting them know why you enjoy reading it so much!

David Walliams is reading at 11 o clock everyday. Why don’t you join him?

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Maths:

Mathletics: Problem solving tasks

TT rockstars: I have set up a battle between the boys and the girls and I will announce the winner on Monday! The boys are in the lead so far but only by 7 points! Come on girls!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Ancient Egypt timeline

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zg87xnb

This website has loads of information and things you can explore if you would like too!

Friday’s challenge: Make your adult a card to say thank you for helping you with your school work this week! Make sure they have a nice relaxing weekend with you!

 

Thursday 26th March

Happy Thursday everyone! I hope you are all feeling happy and healthy! Did anyone else find it very funny when Joe Wick’s started to climb up his walls yesterday during PE with Joe?

Literacy:

Grammar: Complete tasks set on spag.com

Purple mash: Please read Chapter 1 from Beth and the Nile on Purple mash. There are questions to answer as well. I have set the hand in date to Monday 30th March.

Reading: Instead of reading your book today, why don’t you listen to chapter one of ‘Diary of a killer cat’ (you can pause it and read it yourself if you think his voice is too funny!)

Why don’t you write some questions that you would like the cat to answer?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cF1o8OJzjuA

Maths:

Mathletics: Measurement test

TT rockstars: I have set up a battle between the boys and the girls and I will announce the winner on Monday! May the best team win!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Ancient Egypt timeline

You have 2 days to complete your timeline.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zg87xnb

This website has loads of information and things you can explore if you would like too!

Thursday’s challenge: Read your favourite book in the dark for fun (use a torch or the flash on an adult’s phone)

 

Wednesday 25th March

Good morning Year 3 I hope everyone is well. We are now onto day 3 of home learning!

I hope you are all enjoying Joe Wick’s workout. I am doing it at 9am every morning as well to make sure I stay fit and healthy as well as going out for a walk everyday.

Literacy:

Grammar: ‘Prepositions and adverbs’ on www.spag.com

Remember adverbs describe doing words and prepositions describe the position of a person or object e.g. on, behind and under.

Purple mash: Please read Chapter 1 from Beth and the Nile on Purple mash. There are questions to answer as well. I have set the hand in date to Monday 30th March so don’t rush to get it finished today!

Maths:

Mathletics: How Heavy? and Problem solving: Which unit of measurement?

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Science- Human teeth and digestive system quiz

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z27kng8/articles/zsp76yc

This video on BBC bitesize will help you answer your questions!

 

Tuesday 24th March

Good morning Year 3. I hope you all enjoyed your first day of home learning yesterday and are getting to grips with using the online programme.

Here is a link to Joe Wick’s Youtube channel for a 9am workout. It is important to keep moving and to keep your bodies and minds healthy!

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Literacy:

Grammar: ‘Word Families’ on www.spag.com

Reading: Use reading plus for 30 minutes (if you use the programme) or read a book of your choice for 30 minutes.

Why not look at a paragraph from your book and see how many nouns you can find?

Maths:

Mathletics: Measuring Length & How Long Is That?

TT rockstars: Have a battle with a friend!

Curriculum:

Purple mash: Positive Emotions

 

Monday 23rd March

Hi everyone! I hope everyone is well. Here is your learning for Monday.

Literacy:

Grammar: ‘A or an’ on www.spag.com

Reading: Use reading plus for 30 minutes (if you use the programme) or read a book of your choice for 30 minutes.

Maths:

Mathletics: Are you ready? Length, mass and volume.

TT rockstars: Spend 20 minutes using the programme.

Curriculum:

Purple mash: What do you know about Ancient Egypt?