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Friday 5th June 2020

Today's Maths is ... Can you solve these problems using your subtraction, addition and estimating knowledge? You can always watch the Maths videos further down the page if you are not sure of the method you need to use. 

 

Today's English is ... a spelling test! Make sure you send your spelling test and your score in on your portfolio to get some spelling dojos. 

You can finish your persuasive advert from yesterday's English learning or you could have a go at the different type of advert. If you did a persuasive poster today, why not have a go at creating your own persuasive TV advert tomorrow. You could video it or perform it for someone at home. 

 

Don't forget to have a look at our Friday Theme Learning.  

05.06.2020 Spelling test

Thursday 4th June 2020

Today's Maths is... Can you estimate answers using rounding? Make sure you watch the video to help you. 

 

Today's English is...  a BIG WRITE. Can you create a persuasive advert poster or advert video for your chocolate or sweet? There's a video to help you know what to include in your advert. There are some examples of advert videos that you might see on TV to inspire your own adverts. 

4 .06.2020/5.06.2020 BIG WRITE Persuasive advert

This video will help you know what to include in your advert.

Advert example - New Kit Kat Ad - Checkout

Advert Example - Snickers Mr Bean TV advert -

Advert Example - Haribo Starmix Advert

Maybe if you had designed Haribos, their secret power could have been to change your voice....

Lesson 4 - Estimating answers

This is "Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 4 - Estimating answers" by White Rose Maths

A message from Miss Gough

A message from Miss Haywood

A message from Miss.Goodman

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Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Today's Maths is... can you subtract two 3 digit numbers including exchanging 10 and 100? 

 

Today's English is... can you use rhetorical questions and conditional sentences to persuade? There is a sheet to use if you would like to or you can write these on your own paper. Make sure you watch the video to help you! 

 

This week's PSHE can be found here

03 06 2020 persuasive techniques

This video will help you use conditional sentences and rhetorical questions.

Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 3 - Subtract 3 digit numbers with exchange

This is "Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 3 - Subtract 3 digit numbers with exchange" by White Rose Maths.

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Today's Maths is... can you subtract two 3 digit numbers without exchanging 10 or 100? 

 

Today's English is ... can you create your own chocolate bar or sweet? You can get as creative as you like with this! There is a template for you to use if you would like but you could design it on your own piece of paper or even build/ create it with Lego/ craft materials etc. BUT you must tell me the 5 things I am looking for... Watch the video to find out what they are...

 

 

2 06 2020 Create your own chocolate or sweet

This video will help you with designing your own chocolate bar or sweet. Don't forget to include the 5 'We need to know...' bits of information in your learning today!

Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 2 - Subtract a 3-digit from a 3-digit - no exchange

This is "Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 2 - Subtract a 3-digit from a 3-digit - no exchange" by White Rose Maths.

Monday 1st June 2020

Today's Maths learning is ... can you add two 3 digit numbers with carrying over 10 and 100? This is alternative learning from the White Rose Hub so I have put the video and worksheets below. 

 

Today's English learning is ... a spelling challenge! can you use the prefixes 'super' and 'sub' correctly? 

 

Make sure you take a look at our new topic web for some topic learning ideas! 

Lesson 1 - Add two 3-digit numbers - crossing 10 or 100

This is "Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 1 - Add two 3-digit numbers - crossing 10 or 100" by White Rose Maths.

Song about Prefix and Suffix!

This song will give you a little recap of what a prefix and a suffix is. There's some examples to help you too! Can you spot the prefixes we are working on today?

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