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St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Primary School Love One Another


Wednesday 13th May

Good Morning Year 3! We are half way through the week!

I hope you are all okay smiley

Remember as well as your daily tasks to:


-Practise your spellings

-Play on TTRS for 20mins




Have a wonderful day, here are today's tasks...

Love Miss Townson heart


LO: To recognise equivalent fractions.

Today I would like you to click on the link below to the White Rose Maths website. Then scroll down to the pink tab that says ‘Summer Term – Week 1 (w/c 20 April)’ (Ignore the date, it doesn’t matter it’s not right!)

Then look at lesson 1’s video ‘Equivalent Fractions (2)’. Watch it carefully.
Below, I have attached the worksheet I want you to complete.
Then log onto Education City, you have some fun activities on there under class work and ‘Wednesday 13th May – Maths’ Remember I can log on and check that you’ve completed it. Try your best!


LO: TO use apostrophes for possession.

Today we are going to be looking at the use of apostrophes for possession. We have done this in school, apostrophes are the punctuation mark that we use for showing somebody owns (possesses) something.

For example: Miss Townson’s car


Work your way through the power point below and then do the activities at the end of it in your work books.



LO: To investigate magnets.

Today we are going to be looking at magnets and investigating them in our homes! You will need to find either a magnet (fridge magnet), or something that is magnetic (ask your parents to help).

I would then like you to look at the power point below and complete the investigation. The sheet that you can either copy or print is below to record your findings.

Make sure you don’t point your magnets at any electrical items, particularly screens as you can damage them.

Can you find any other items in your house that are magnetic? Remember, if it is magnetic, your magnet will stick to it, if it is not it will repel it.

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