Good Morning Year 3!
Below, I have attached a link that takes you to Lancashire's Virtual Sports Day! Follow the link and try to join in with some of the LIVE activities and see what else there is to do! I'm sure you will enjoy it!
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Have a great day,
Here are today's tasks...
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LO: To recognise and describe 2D shapes.
Today we are looking at 2D shapes in particular. These are shapes that we draw and cannot pick up!
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… you MUST use a RULER and a PENCIL!!!
Recognise and describe 2D shapes
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LO: To correctly use a and an.
For the rest of the week in English we are going to be focusing on Grammar and punctuation.
Today we are looking at using a and an correctly. We have done this in school – remember if the word begins with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u) then you put an before the word. For example: an elephant.
If the word begins with a consonant (all the other letters) then you put a before the word. For example: a pencil.
I have attached the worksheet I would like you to work through below.
When you have finished that, log onto Education City and find the classwork named: Tuesday 30th June – English.
Work your way through the Learn Screen, Activity and then worksheet.
Remember – I can see who has been on and completed the activities so make sure you do it!
Your task this week is to create a storyboard (like the one you did last week) for the second part of the Hungry Caterpillar story. Watch the video again of the full story, and then read through the main phrases on each of the slides. On the final slide you will find all the phrases you need to complete a storyboard. You can choose how many boxes you want to use, the caterpillar ate a lot of food on Saturday, so you might need more than one box!
Please send in pictures of your finished work in the comments of the French blog, or by email to Miss Townson.