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Thursday 4th June

Good morning Year 3!

Thank you for all your lovely birthday messages for me yesterday! I am really impressed with the work you are sending me over email and the blog, keep it up! 


Today's tasks I'm sure you'll enjoy!!

Have a great day!


Remember to:


-Practise your spellings

-Play on TTRS



Here they are...


Love Miss Townson 


LO: To add and subtract fractions.

Today you are going to practise adding and subtracting fractions. You have two worksheets to complete which I have attached below. You can either print them out and complete it on the sheet or copy the questions and answers into your work books.

LO: To write a play script.

Today we are going to write a play script for the film ‘Soar’! Watch the film again to familiarise yourself with the plot. Then read Resource 4b, which is an example play script. You will notice that the character’s name goes in the margin before their speech is written next to it. The stage directions, which are things that are not spoken, are in brackets. Just like yesterday when you wrote how something would be said in brackets.

I would like you to have a go at writing a short scene from the film (you can choose which one) and writing it as s play script. Use the dialogue you wrote yesterday to help you with ideas.

Make sure you either email or blog me your work so that I can see it.

"Soar" - by Alyce Tzue

Resource 4b


Hello Year 3! I hope you have a good half-term break and welcome back to our Thursday Music lessons!  For this set of music lessons, we are going to travel around the world and explore the different types of instruments and sounds that different countries have. It’s going to be an amazing journey!

LO: To explore the classical orchestra

Here, where we live in Europe, we have our classical orchestra. Our European classical orchestra has instruments and sounds that we already know. The instrument of the orchestra that I play is the violin from the string family. You know how this looks and sounds. Let’s check to see if you can remember the other instruments of the orchestra from the woodwind, brass and percussion families. Watch the clip below about a little boy named George who visits the Sydney Orchestra to find out which instrument he would like to play.

George Meets the Orchestra | An Introduction to the Orchestra for Children

After watching, I want you to choose an instrument, which you would like to play. Then follow the next steps:

  1. Write today’s date and LO in your exercise book.

  2.  Underneath this, write the name of the instrument you would like to play.

  3. Then draw a picture of this instrument.

  4. Write which instrument family it belongs too.

  5. Finally, write down why you would like to play this instrument.

I can’t wait to see what you choose!

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