Good morning Year 3!
I hope you all had a wonderful Half Term Holiday! Now we are back with our Home Learning, but hopefully it won't be for much longer! Fingers crossed!
Today you have 3 tasks:
2. English - make sure you go to the video section of the website to look at the videos I have put on too.
I would also like you to play on TTRS and do some reading. Remember to have regular breaks, some fresh air and some exercise!
Have a super day!
Love Mrs Sethi x
LO: To measure length.
This week we are going to be looking at measurement. We are going to look at the different units of measure that we use. For example centimetres (cm), metres (m) and millimetres (mm).
You need to watch the video carefully below, pausing it when you are asked to complete activities. Then you have a worksheet to complete that I have attached below.
LO: To research information on a Roman Soldier.
If you refresh your memory to the week before half term, we were looking at non-chronological reports in English. You will remember that these are information texts, pieces of writing that give us facts, not opinions.
This week you are going to work towards writing your own non-chronological report, linking to our History topic. It is going to be about Roman Soldiers. Today you are going to use the internet or any books you may have at home, to research and find out lots of information about Roman Soldiers. If you look in your Home Learning Pack, there is a worksheet called ‘Roman Soldier Information’ with 4 subheadings on it. You can use these subheadings to write your notes of what you have researched.
I have attached some websites below that are good for research. I have also put 4 videos on the school video site of me reading some of the good information books we have in school on Roman Soldiers. These will be really useful for your information gathering!
LO: To write a Lenten promise.
During the Half Term Holidays, we entered into Lent. We would normally go to church and receive a cross made from ash onto our foreheads. This is to remind us of the sins we have made and that we are sorry. Watch the video below that explains what the start of Lent symbolises. As shown in the video, Lent is a time when we should try to be good people and make good choices. Today, I would like you to write a Lenten promise. Something that you are going to try and do every day in Lent. I have attached a sheet below that I would like you to complete. If you don’t have a printer, you can write into your home learning book.