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St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Primary School Love One Another


Tuesday 28th April

Good Morning Year 3!

I hope you have settled back into Home Learning again. Try to write a timetable up for each day, including your break times and lunch time. This might help you to focus on what you're going to achieve that day and it doesn't seem like too much at once. 

Remember to do these as well as your daily tasks:

1) Read.

2) Practise your spellings.

3) Play on Times Table Rockstars for at least 15mins. 


Here are today's learning tasks... Enjoy!

Love Miss Townson xx


LO: To make a whole.

We are carrying on with Fractions today.

Click on the link below which will take you to the Year 3 units. You then need to click on the + button next to Week 1 at the top. Then scroll down to the second lesson: Lesson 2 - Making the Whole. 

Watch the video and then complete the worksheet I have attached below. 



LO: To write expanded noun phrases to describe.
Re-watch the film from yesterday up to 57 seconds and answer these questions: I have put the film again below. 
You can either discuss them with an adult or older sibling or you can write your answers in your workbooks. You don't have to write the answers down if you just want to discuss them. 

What type of building is this?
What is an orphanage?
How do you know?
What is the address?
What is the notebook for?
What is in his bag?
What kind of creature is this?
Will he be a friendly or unfriendly creature?
What makes you think this?


Next, we are going to have a go at writing some sentences with expanded noun phrases. Below is a grid with nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs on it. There is also a sheet that explains and gives examples of expanded noun phrases. Remember expanded noun phrases are… adjective, adjective noun. Remember the comma!

I would like you to use the words (or some words of your own) to write some of your own expanded noun phrases to describe the character. Here are a few of my own examples:

Long, spindly legs.    

Shiny, beady eyes.

Pale, dull skin.

Write these in your workbooks. 

Dream Giver ♥


Welcome back Year 3!

This week we are going to have a look at how to say 'my, your, his, her' in French. The power point has some new vocabulary for you to learn, and tasks for you to complete, There is an audio button on each slide - if you click on this you will hear some extra information to help you!

Mrs Miskell smiley


French Power Point

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