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Wednesday 1st July

Good Morning Year 3!

It is Wednesday today, which means we are half way through the week!

I hope you are all okay, this weather is rubbish isn't it! We need to do a sun dance to bring the sunshine back!!

 

Make sure you:

-Read

-Practise your spellings

-Play on TTRS for 20mins

-Exercise!!

 

Have a wonderful day, I'm looking forward to seeing your work. 

 

Here are today's tasks...

 

Love Miss Townson 

Maths:

LO: To recognise and describe 3D shapes.

 

Today’s learning is all 3D shapes!!! These are shapes that you can 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 3D shapes

This is "Year 3 - Week 10 - Lesson 3 - Recognise and describe 3D shapes" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people...

English:

LO: To convert between present perfect tense and past tense.

 

Today you are looking at converting sentences from past tense to present perfect tense. The learn screens and activities will help you to complete the questions.

 

Log onto Education City and find the classwork named: Wednesday 1st July – 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!

History:

LO:  to identify the location of Anglo-Saxon settlements.

Following on from last week’s lesson on the Anglo Saxon, we are going to look today at the locations of the Anglo Saxon settlements in the UK. That is where they lived.

Click on the power point below and view it as a slide show. Work your way through the slides, completing the activities. Finally, below I have attached two worksheets I would like you to complete. You can either print them off and work on the sheet, draw them into your workbooks, or discuss it with an adult on the screen.

History Power Point

History work sheets

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