Today you are going to use your times table facts to compare statements. That means thinking about whether something is bigger or smaller. Remember the crocodile symbols – I have attached a reminder below.
Today Year 3, you are going to write your own dictionary! A dictionary is used to help us understand the meanings of words. I have written a list of words beneath that I would like you to write your own definition of. Try not to use a dictionary or the internet, I want you to write the meanings in your own words. I would like you to set it out like you would in a dictionary… here’s an example:
Cat: A small furry animal that people keep as pets.
We are starting our new topic today - learning about animals in French. Your tasks are on the powerpoint below. The first few slides introduce the French words for different animals. make sure you have the presentation viewed as a slide show, and that you click the audio button on the slide to hear me saying the French words.
The first exercise needs you to read a sentence and decide which animal is the one mentioned in the sentence, for example "which animal is the cat?". All you need to do is write down the letter of the correct animal. Please blog or email your answers to these questions.
The second exercise will give you a choice of two animals and you have to choose the correct one, and write a short sentence using 'c'est' meaning it is. For these questions the answer will appear on the slide so you can mark them yourself!