YEAR 3 HOME LEARNING
REMOTE LEARNING - updated for Week 2 (1/03/21)
Well done on a brilliant first week back after half term. This will be your last week of home learning so carry on making yourself, your family and us so proud with all your hard work. We can't wait to see you all from the 8th March.
Remember our Teams calls are: 9.50am and 1.55pm every day.
You can access this by clicking this link: Microsoft Teams
Assignments will be uploaded daily on Teams where you can still upload work but if you are having any difficulties or need a reminder please watch Mr Hillman's video. Alternatively email you class teacher with any work that you have been doing at home:
3W - email@example.com
3LG - firstname.lastname@example.org
3AH - email@example.com
Even if you are not accessing teams please still email your class teacher any work that you are doing so that you can receive feedback.
Wednesday - Arundel Court Unplugged
The current way of accessing learning means that we are all spending a lot of time on screens however, there are so many others ways to learn. So we would like to take this opportunity to switch off the devices and get creative!
Every WEDNESDAY afternoon, we will be setting a new theme for you to be creative with in your own unique way! If you have siblings, then work together (remember Team Work is one of our school values).
This weeks theme is: World Book Day - Bonkers about Books
The following day, please share your afternoon activities by sending a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org So that we can share your creativity on the school website and social media pages.
Year 3 Timetable
Please find an updated Timetable for this week. Remember this is just a guide but at school we always find it helpful knowing where we will be taking the day / week so a plan really helps us structure our day.
Please note: All of the required videos and worksheets are below or at the bottom of this page.
Week commencing 01/02/21 (Week 2)
This week is World Book Week. The whole of Arundel Court will be looking at the story: I Am Enough (you can find a PDF copy of the story below). Each of the below lessons looks at the story in detail and then allows you to think about what you want to achieve.
All you will need is paper and pencils for these lessons.
Lesson 1 (Monday) - Main events of the story
Lesson 2 (Tuesday) - Story elements
Lesson 3 (Wednesday) - Self reflection journal
Lesson 4 (Thursday) - I am...
Lesson 5 (Friday) - I am... final
Click on the document links at the bottom of this page to find out what you need to do for each lesson.
This week we will be continuing with learning about division and exploring some new methods which will help us solve larger problems.
Watch the videos below and use the guidance worksheets to further support your learning.
Lesson 1 (Monday) - Main lesson Support video Challenge video
Lesson 2 (Tuesday) - Main lesson Challenge video
Lesson 3 (Wednesday) - Main lesson Support video
Lesson 4 (Thursday) - Main lesson Challenge video
Magnificent Multiplication Friday
Each Friday we will be having a focused multiplication lesson. Continue to use the links below to support your learning and the sheets that were provided last week. New resources will be added next week. Focus on recapping: 2x, 10x, 5x and learning: 3x, 4x and 8x tables - your child should know which multiplication they are currently learning within class.
We recognise that it may have been difficult to complete all the afternoon tasks whilst you are learning from home so this half term we have come up with an alternative selection of afternoon activities.
You can either choose to complete the 'Larger Project' which you should spread over 5 days (using the below sheets as a guide on how to do this) or you can complete 5 'Smaller Projects'. Whichever method you choose please upload photos or your work daily or at the end of the week and we will share your fabulous achievements within our afternoon Teams calls.
As it is World Book Week your activities are listed below with a video explaining each one as well:
NEED PICTURE OF ACTIVITIES - to be updated
Reading and book sharing
Look below for the comprehension and reading sheets.
Monday (Lesson 1) - World Book Week Comprehension (see worksheet below - choose your star difficulty)
Thursday (Lesson 2) - Make your own bookmark at home
Friday (Lesson 3) - Create a reading river (see worksheet below)
* = Reading ** = Steady *** = GoGoGo
You do not need to do all of them - just choose the one that you feel you can best answer. (Answers are also included for you and your parents to mark your own work).
Remember to now use Bug Club to support your reading further. The more questions you answer the more games you will be able to play.
Listen to a story with:
If you want to read some different books use the link of Oxford Tree Reading. Get an adult to set up an account and you can read lots of different books for FREE!
Please find your half termly spellings within the documents below - practice these daily.
Week 2 - Your words this week are focusing on the Prefixes Sub and Tele:
Lesson 5 - word search below
We practice our handwriting every day at school and have been learning how to write in 'cursive' writing (joined up writing) and your number formation. Below you will find daily videos which will eventually cover the whole alphabet. Use these videos to support your handwriting practice.
There is no specific handwriting sessions for this week - please keep practicing your handwriting joins and apply them within all areas of your writing.
Week 1 - Lesson 2 - 0, 1, 2, 3
PE - Physical Education
Try and start the first 30 minutes of the day doing some form of Physical Education. This will get your mind ready to learn. Remember if you start to feel tired or are in need of a break, why not try moving around. This will get your brain re-focused and ready to do some more learning.
Mr Redman and Mr P have created some daily workouts for you. We have included in the below documents.
Use the below website to help you:
GoNoodle (will need to create an account)