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Welcome to Rowling Class!

Year 3

Your teacher is Miss Harman. 

Your teaching assistant is Mrs Hogg.

 

Well this is now week 10 of the summer term!  Time flies.

 

What will you be doing week?

 

I hope that you are all well.  As always it has been wonderful to see what you are doing at home.  Keep sending in the fantastic things you have been creating!  

 

Miss you all!

 

Take care

Miss Harman

 

Parents and Carers

Thank you so much for all the hard work you have been putting into the home learning as well.

You can send in email to  - learningathome.034@educ.somerset.gov.uk 

This email address is for you to send in any home learning or to send me any messages.  If you want to email, please put Rowling Class or Miss Harman in the subject box, then I can make sure I definitely see it.

Also, if you would or would not like for me to share your work on our webpage, please let me know.

 

From 9am on BBC Bitesize, there is an hour long programme everyday which will cover many subjects for primary school children.  Over the coming weeks it will also link to our maths curriculum through the White Rose Hub.  Tune in through BBC iPlayer and the BBC website here.

 

Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7

Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 1 Lani May and her very interesting ocean project!
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 2 Oscars fantastic ocean report!
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 3 Evie's fabulous ocean project!
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 4 Olivia-Rose's Under The Sea Diorama!
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 5
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 6
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 7 Junior's Lock Down Diary!
Wonderful Home Learning From Week 7 8 Junior's fabulous French poster!

Annabelle's Incredible Ocean Project

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Picture 1 Annabelle's beautiful project, with brother's help

Oscar's PE session!

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Some of your absolutely fantastic home learning!

Our wonderful class enjoying their VE Day celebrations!

Summer Term Week 10

Remember our new home learning email address learningathome.034@educ.somerset.gov.uk

 

Monday 29th June

Maths - 

This week we are continuing to focus on shape!

Today we are looking at parallel and perependicular lines.

 See attachments below for lesson 6.

1. Look through the PowerPoint then have a go at the worksheets.

2. Try the activities - please find the sheets attached below

3. Check your answers.

Click here for WRH videos to accompany the lesson, you have to swap between week 9 and 10 as they juggled the lessons around.

 

 

Literacy - 

Today we are going to do our shared reading session and reading comprehension.  Today's session is based on  'Palaeontology' (science of fossils and dinosaurs).

Please find attached below the text and the questions (all in one file now). Maybe you could be the teacher and show your families how we do our shared reading. 

*** means high challenge

**means medium challenge

* means some challenge

With your adults at home, try to choose the challenge which is most suitable for you.

 

French- 

This week we have a little bit of a different lesson.  We are going to be looking at 'The Greedy Dog'.  Listen along with the PowerPoint and then have a go at the activities, it is a bit like our comprehension work.  Take it slowly as there are a lot of slides, you could even spread this out over a few days.  This will help you to consolidate you French words for food, numbers and even colours.  It will also give you a sneak peek into telling the time in French.  We will look at time in French soon.

 

THERE IS ALSO A SCRIPT BELOW THAT TELLS THE POWERPOINT STORY IN ENGLISH, TO HELP YOU.

 

Click here for the link to Espresso French topic section, there are loads of videos to help you!

As always, there are tonnes of videos on BBC Bitesize and YouTube, just ask an adults permission to look at them.

Tuesday 30th June

Maths - 

Today we are looking at recognising and describing 2D shapes.

 See attachments below for lesson 7.

1. Look through the PowerPoint then have a go at the worksheets.

2. Try the activities - please find the sheets attached below

3. Check your answers.

Click here for WRH videos to accompany the lesson, you have to swap between week 9 and 10 as they juggled the lessons around.

 

Literacy - 

Today we are going to focus on spellings.  Unfortunately, we are not able to be in class to follow our Read, Write Inc so we are going to look at the year 3 statutory spelling words.

Attached below is an activity book for these words and a spelling mat of all the words.  Each week we will spend a session on this, so today only have a go at activity page nine and ten in the book.  We will continue working through the book after half term.

The spelling words are also in the back of your Bishop's Hull Book of Almost Everything.

RE - 

Over the last term we have been looking at the religion of Islam, we have now come to the end of this topic.  So, I would like you to create a leaflet  of your knowledge about Islam.  I have attached a template below for a leaflet and a PowerPoint of the key facts. 

 

Click here for the link to the Espresso Islam topic area.

 

Create the leaflet as if you were explaining Islam to someone who knows nothing about it.  There is lots of space for pictures!

 

 

Wednesday 1st July

Maths - 

Today we are looking at recognising and describing 3D shapes.

 See attachments below for lesson 8.

1. Look through the PowerPoint then have a go at the worksheets.

2. Try the activities - please find the sheets attached below

3. Check your answers.

Click here for WRH videos to accompany the lesson, you have to swap between week 9 and 10 as they juggled the lessons around.

 

Literacy -

Click here for today's literacy on how to create characters within your writing.  When writing a story it is important to keep you characters interesting and give them life.  Lookt through the videos the BBC has created and then have a go at some of the activities, there is a screen shot below.

The activity does ask you to describe characters from Matilda but you could think of other characters from books you have read.

 

 

PE - 

Did you know that there is a new sports page called 'Get Active'?  It is found under the children's tab.  It has everything you need to try an alternative PE session at home!  Take look!

Whether it is dancing, yoga, games or any kind of exercise, get moving!  

 

Thursday 2nd July

Maths - 

Today we are looking at making 3D shapes.

 See attachments below for lesson 9.

1. Look through the PowerPoint then have a go at the worksheets.

2. Try the activities - please find the sheets attached below

3. Check your answers.

Click here for WRH videos to accompany the lesson, you have to swap between week 9 and 10 as they juggled the lessons around.

 

Literacy

Continuation of your 'Lock Down Diary' project.  What have you been up to this week?  What do you want to do before we all come back to school?  What new things have you learned in this time?

 

Topic

Click here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvb2kty for today's lesson from BBC Bitesize on rocks and fossils.  This is perfect for our current Stone Age topic.  Have you seen a fossil before?  Who digs up fossils?  

There are some great videos to watch and activities to do!

 

 

Friday 3rd July

Maths - 

Today we are looking at this weeks maths challenge on the BBC Btesize daily lessons, click the link below. 

I will also attach below a maths revision booklet and its answers, for you to consolidate your learning.  However, DO NOT panic if you cannot remember some learning.  We would have naturally covered revision in class, if we were able to come into school.  You have not been in class since March, therefore do not be too hard on yourself.  The booklet is more to show you what you would need for a whole year in year 3, but you have only had half!  It can help you prepare for going up to year 4.

 

This booklet is huge and could last you a few weeks!

 

Click here for WRH videos to accompany the lesson, you have to swap between week 9 and 10 as they juggled the lessons around.

 

Literacy

I thought that today would be a good opportunity to revise our homophones!

Do you remember what a homophone is?

A homophone is...........

when two or words sound the same but have a different meaning.

 

Can you think of any?

Here are some homophones..........

 

hear/ here

two/ too/ to

there/ their/ they're

dear/ deer

our/ are

allowed/ aloud                       

There are even more!  Can you think of 10 more?  give it a try.

 

Once you have completed that click here for a GoNoodle video which has a song and a dance to help you remember them.

 

After the video, have a go at the activities attached below.  Can you find your homophones?

 

Topic 

Click here for today's lesson on BBC Bitesize.  You are going to create a marble run.  This is a great way to learn about forces but also to have fun!

 

 

Wellbeing!

Have you checked out our new wellbeing page?  It can be found on the children tab of the website.  It contains all sorts of activities and messages from Mrs Waller and Mrs Derbidge.

 

Quest

This term we are looking at a new quest of, 'Blue Planet'.  Through this we are also looking at, 'From The Stone Age to The Iron Age'.

 

PE

Check out our new 'Get Active' page under the children tab.  There are lots of ideas for PE at home!

 

Music

Out of The Ark is a music based website which has many lessons and activies to incorporate music into your day.  Why not start this week with the week 1 activities?

Click here!

 

 

Don't forget to look on the Forest School webpage for forest school type activities you can do in your home and garden.

Lots of them are 'off screen' ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

Week 6 Home Learning

Other home learning to keep up as well-

 

Maths

Times Tables Rock Stars is the perfect website for you to revise your times tables.  It will help us with the big test when we get to year 4!     https://ttrockstars.com/

Maths Shed is also brilliant to use as it not only has times table practice but it also has number bond work and calculation methods.    https://play.edshed.com/login

Your user name and password should be in your Bishop's Hull Book of Almost Everything.

 

Reading

Keep up your reading as much as you can!  When we all get back to school you will get a house points for every single day that you read, as well as more entries into the prize jar!

 

Topic

For the Summer Term our topics shall be, 'Blue Planet' and 'From The Stone Age to The Iron Age'.  On Espresso there is a lot of information which will help support these topics.  Have an explore of the website -https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso

 

Literacy

Within literacy our big focus will be filling any of our knowledge gaps for grammar.  Things to look at will include - homophones, using conjunctions (and, so, because, after, then, but.....) and use of adverbs (quickly, quietly.....).  You could write a story incorporating all of these.

You could also be practicing your Read, Write Inc spelling words and handwriting practice with them.

Here is the website for Twinkl, if the adults at home sign up they will get a month free due to the current conditions.  

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/search

On the website is plenty on grammar and it includes everything needed for year 3.

 

 

 

 

DO REMEMBER TO - continue working on your Times Table Rock Stars and Lumio!

 

 

* Don't forget the amazing espresso site can be used by you at home! *

Your pupil username is student3792

Your password clue is Christmas.

 

 

In Computing the children continue to consider how to keep themselves safe when working online or using their mobile phones. It is something that we believe is very important and the children regularly have time to reinforce their knowledge of the ways to ensure they stay safe and happy whilst enjoying time on the computers. An excellent site for both children and parents is the Think U Know site. The web address is www.thinkuknow.co.uk and it is well worth a visit.

 

The children can also enjoy lots of activities and extend their learning by visiting Purple Mash.

Purple Mash is an ever growing online creative space especially for learners aged 3 - 11. This award winning site is filled with hundreds of fun educational activities in the form of projects, games, apps and tools. Being hosted online, you can access Purple Mash and your saved online files wherever you are and whenever you wish.

To log on from home, click on the purple log in tab

Next select the My school tab

Local authoriity is Somerset

School is Bishops Hull Primary

Now enter the Purple Mash username and password that you use in school. Clue your username and password are all about you.

Enjoy!

 

 

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