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Tuesday 23rd June

Good Morning Year 3!

 

I hope you have a wonderful day today and I look forward to reading and seeing your work!

I have attached this week's assembly below... make sure you watch it!

 

Also you need to:

-Read

-Practise your spellings

-Exercise

-Play on TTRS for 20 mins

 

Have a good day!

Here are today's tasks...

Love Miss Townson

Maths:

LO: To compare angles.

 

Today you are going to compare angles. Follow the link below to access today’s video. Watch the video carefully, just like you would listen to me at the beginning of a lesson and then complete the worksheet I have attached below. You can either print it out or copy your answers into your workbooks.

Remember to always use a RULER and a PENCIL when drawing shapes/lines in Maths.

Year 3 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Compare angles

This is "Year 3 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Compare angles" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

English:

LO: To improve our sentence structures.

 

Today we are going to practise writing sentences with interesting structures, so that our writing tomorrow will be fantastic!

Have a look at the worksheets below and work your way through them. You can do them into your workbooks.

English worksheets

French:

This week we are going to listen to the story of The Hungry Caterpillar in French. On the powerpoint, set up as a slideshow, and then you will be able to watch the video on the second slide.

Once you have watched the video, read through the sentences telling the first part of the story. I'd then like you to create a storyboard, like the one on the last slide. For each box you need to write one line of the story  - copy the French straight from the third slide. When you have written all six sentences, draw a picture in the box to show what is happening in the story.

You do not have to have a printed copy of the storyboard, you can split a page in your books into 6 sections, just use the picture on the slide as a guide to help you.

I look forward to seeing all your fabulous work in the comments of the French blog, or by email to Miss Townson.

French Power point

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