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Year 3

Friday 5th June

Hello Class 3,

It's Friday and the end of another week. I hope you have enjoyed your home learning and are continuing to work hard. 

Today's interesting transport fact: Did you know there are over a billion cars in use today? That means there are more than 1,000,000,000 cars. 

Today's tasks:  

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading with an adult and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: Spellings. Complete your spelling test and look at this week's new spellings.  Spellings-5.6.20.pdf Spellings-5.6.20.docx
  3. Reading Comprehension: Complete the 60 minute read, People of the Rainforest.  People-of-the-Rainforest.pdf
  4. Maths: Complete your times table test. I have added an optional fortune teller activity. I have attached examples for the 4, 8 and 5 times tables but these could be adapted for any of them, including mixed facts. You can create a fortune teller for the times table you are currently working on.  Times-table-test-2-1.pdf 8-Times-Table-Fortune-Teller.pdf 5-Times-Table-Fortune-Teller.pdf 4-Times-Table-Fortune-Teller.pdf
  5. French: Today I would like you to learn the French names for family members. To start, you will need to work through the PowerPoint. There is also a vocab sheet attached to help. Once you have looked at the PowerPoint, draw members of your family and label them with the French family words to describe who they are (e.g. La Mere - Mother). French-Family-Members-Powerpoint.ppt Family-Vocab-Sheet.pdf
  6. Mathletics: Complete the assigned activities linked to measures - 'Are you ready?' and 'Test'
  7. PE: Choose a new name and create an exercise routine using the 'What's your name?' sheet. 

Have a wonderful day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Thursday 4th June

Good morning Class 3,

I hope you are now getting back into a routine with your home learning. 

Today's interesting fact:  One of the oldest type of transportation is by boat. Sea traders set out in small boats thousands of years ago to trade their goods with other people. Today, ships still use old sea trade routes.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading with an adult and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: The Stone trolls. Today I would like you to create a plan for your own story using the structure of the Stone Trolls story. First read through the innovating ideas section then complete the 'Your new story plan' column in the planning ideas section. You can use one of the new ideas suggested in the booklet or you can use one of your own ideas. 
  3. Maths: Capacity problem solving. Complete one of the Capacity problems in the attached document 1 star - pages 1 and 2, 2 star - pages 3 and 4, 3 star - pages 5 and 6. Answers are included on page 7.  Capacity-problem-solving.pdf  
  4. PiXL Maths: Spend 10 minute practising your times tables using the yellow times table app. 
  5. DT: Please complete the activity outlined in the attached document, Moving vehicles.  Moving-vehicles.docx Moving-vehicles.pdf
  6. PE: Choose and new name for your 'What's your name?' exercise routine. You could use someone's first and second name.

Have a great day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources)

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Wednesday 3rd June

Hello Class 3,

Today’s interesting transport fact: A tandem bike can hold more than one cyclist. The longest one ever built could hold 35 cyclists and it was almost 67 feet in length.

Here are today's tasks:

1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading and record in your reading diary.

2. English: Please complete the Prepositional Games task in the Stone Tolls unit. You can choose how many sentences to write. 1 star - 4 sentences in total, 2 using below, 2 using above. 2 star - 6 sentences in total, 3 using below, 3 using above. 3 star - the same number as sentences as the 2 star activity but also completing the challenge, using different prepositions. 

3. Reading comprehension: Rainforest creatures. There are 3 levels attached. You can decide which level to complete - Beginner, Easy, Tricky  Comprehension-Rainforest-Creatures-Tricky.pdf Comprehension-Rainforest-Creatures-Easy.pdf Comprehension-Rainforest-Creatures-Beginner.pdf

4. Maths - Reading scales. Please complete the activity outlined in the attached document.  Reading-scales.pdf Reading-scales.docx

5. IT: Hour of code, please complete the Minecraft Aquatic adventure.

6. PiXL: Spend 10 minutes practising the Year 3 and 4 spellings using the PiXL unlock app or https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-12890.htm

7. PE: Choose another name of a friend or family member to create an exercise routine from the ‘What's your name’ sheet.

Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead:

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources)

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Tuesday 2nd June

Good morning Class 3, 

I hope you had a wonderful half term break and enjoyed the amazing weather. We are now in the last half term of the year and will hopefully have more lovely weather to come. 

Huge congratulations to Carly, who has achieved her Gold times table badge. 

This week’s interesting facts are all about transport. We will be thinking about transport in our Design and Technology task, which I will be setting later in the week. 

Did you know? Orville and Wilbur Wright are commonly referred to as the Wright Brothers. They are credited with the first successful airplane design and flight. This took place 117 years ago in 1903.

Here are today’s tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading and record in your reading diary. If you would like something new to read, this is a link to a website where you will find free ebooks. You just need to select read books under The Library heading, then your age range, length of story book and language (English). http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
  2. English: The Stone Trolls. Today I would like you to complete challenge 3. You will need to use the adjectives you generated in challenge 1 to write some descriptive sentences about the settings in the photographs. You can decide how many sentences to write - 1 star - 3 sentences, 2 star - 5 sentences, 3 star - 7 sentences.  Y3-Creative-writing-unit-The-Stone-Trolls-1.pdf
  3. Spelling: Remember to keep practising your weekly spellings, you will be completing your test on Friday. 
  4. Maths: Adding capacity. Please complete the activity in the attached document. Answers are included at the end.  Measures-lesson-8.pdf Measures-lesson-8.doc.docx
  5. Science: Please complete the activity outlined in the attached document - Water transport in plants.  Water-transport-in-plants.pdf Water-transport-in-plants.docx
  6. Education City: Transportation of water in plants, learn screen. 
  7. PE: What's your name work out. Use the attached document to create a workout using the letters of your name.  Whats-your-name.pdf Whats-your-name.docx

Have a super day. 

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead:

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources)

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Thursday 21st May

Hello Class 3,

I hope you all had a wonderful day yesterday enjoying the sunshine. It has been a lovely week of weather. Today is the last day of home learning this half term. There will be no set work tomorrow. You have all worked very hard at home and deserve a break from your formal learning. I have been sent some fantastic examples of your work this half term and I am very proud of all your efforts. We will return with home learning tasks on Tuesday 2nd June. 

A huge congratulations to Charlie who has achieved his Gold times table badge :) 

Here are today's tasks:  

  1. Reading. Please complete the assigned Education City task - Crunch time. This task involves reading text and will help you to develop your inference skills. 
  2. English: As there is no set work tomorrow, today I would like you to complete your spelling test.  Spellings-21.5.20.pdf Spellings-21.5.20.docx
  3. Maths: Times tables. Please practise your times tables and complete the suggested activity before doing this week’s times table test.  Times-table-test-21.5.20.pdf Times-table-test-21.5.20.docx
  4. Art: Landscape pictures. Please complete the activity outlined in the attached document.  Landscape-pictures.pdf Landscape-pictures.docx
  5. PE: Spend some time in the garden enjoying the sunshine. 
  6. Additional activity. Today I thought you might enjoy listening to a story. This is a link to a Schoolreaders Storytime story called ‘Winston the Book Wolf’ by Marni McGee   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbJu0EMztB0&feature=youtu.be

Have a wonderful day and half term break.

Take care and I will be back in touch on the 2nd June.

From Miss Markham

Wednesday 20th May

Good morning Class 3,

Here is today's interesting fact: Iceland is covered by ice, volcanos, glaciers and geysers. About 11 % of the country is covered by glaciers.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Read for 10 minutes. You could read alone, to an adult or a sibling. 
  2. English: Complete challenge 1 of the Stone Trolls unit. You need to choose one adjective that goes with each of the nouns you identified and then use a thesaurus to generate other adjectives. Once you have an alternative adjective for each of the nouns, you can use the adjectives in descriptive sentences. You will need to complete your work in your lined book. 
  3. Reading comprehension: Complete the fossils reading comprehension. The document contains three levels of comprehension tasks, one star pages 1-3, two stars pages 3-6, three stars pages 7-9.  You can decide which level to complete. Answers are also included.  Fossils-Differentiated-Reading-Comprehension-Activity.pdf
  4. Maths: Please complete the task linked to measures in the attached document.  Measures-lesson-7-1.pdf Measures-lesson-7-1.docx
  5. IT: Hour of code. Please continue the new adventure Minecraft aquatic. You should aim to complete 3 screens. 
  6. PiXL times table app. Spend 15 minutes practising your times tables. The test will be on Thursday as there will be no home learning set on Friday. 
  7. PE: Fitness bingo. Have another game of the fitness bingo task set on Monday. 

Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources)

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Tuesday 19th May

Hello Class 3,

It's lovely to see the sunshine back again. 

Here is today's interesting fact: Iceland is the second largest island in Europe - after Great Britain.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Read for 20 minutes with an adult and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: I would like you to complete the next activity in the Stone Trolls unit, called Adjective games. There are spaces for 15 nouns in the booklet. You can decide how many nouns to write. As a guide, 5 nouns - one star, 10 nouns - 2 stars, 15 nouns - 3 stars. You can use a printed out sheet from the document or complete the work in your lined book. 
  3. Maths: Please complete the measures activity outlined in the attached document.  Measures-lesson-6.pdf Measures-lesson-6.docx
  4. Science: Water transport investigation. This activity is set for over the half term and is detailed in the attached document.  Science-investigation.pdf
  5. PiXL spelling. Continue to practise the Year 3 and 4 high frequency words using the PiXL spelling app or games on this website https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-12890.htm
  6. PE: Fitness bingo. Have another game of the fitness bingo activity set on Monday. 

Have a super day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Monday 18th May

Hello Class 3,

I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I can't believe this is the last week of this half term.  

Congratulations to Savannah and Alicia for their Alphabet challenge answers. Savannah came first, with the most answers and Alicia came second. A super effort girls :)

Today's interesting facts are all about Iceland, the place where the Stone Trolls story is based.  Iceland was recently ranked one of the eco-friendliest countries in the world since almost all of the electricity in Iceland is produced using renewable energy sources. 

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Read for 10 minutes and record in your reading diary.
  2. English: Complete the activity called Grammar games in the Stone Trolls booklet. There are two questions to answer. Once you have finished them, look at the next paragraph in the story starting with ‘Suddenly’ and ending with ‘behind’. Can you find any other verbs?
  3. Reading comprehension: Abed's special day.  Abeds-special-day.pdf Abeds-special-day.docx  
  4. Maths: Please complete Measures word problem activity outlined in the attached document, answers are included at the end of the document.  Measure-lesson-5.pdf Measure-lesson-5.docx
  5. Geography: Please complete the activity outlined in the attached document.  Map-work-3.pdf Map-work-3.docx  Pirate-Map-Coordinates.pdf
  6. Mathletics: Please complete the assigned activity, Mass word problems.
  7. PE: This weeks suggested PE activity is Fitness Bingo. It is explained in the attached document.   How-to-play-fitness-bingo.pdf Fitness-Bingo-Checklist.pdf Fitness-Bingo-Boards.pdf

Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham 

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

 

Friday 15th May

Hello Class 3, 

It's Friday and we have nearly completed another week :)  

Huge congratulations to Florence C who has achieved her silver times table badge. 

Today's interesting fact: Did you know, you can’t breathe and swallow at the same time?

Here are today's tasks 

  1. Reading. Read for 10 minutes. 
  2. English: Spellings. Please complete your weekly spelling test. New spellings are included in the attached spelling document.  Spellings-15.5.20.pdf Spellings-15.5.20.docx
  3. Reading comprehension: Complete the 60 second read The Cat in the Witch's Wood.  The-Cat-in-the-Witchs-Woods.pdf
  4. Maths: Practise and complete the times table test.  Times-table-test-15.5.20.pdf Times-table-test-15.5.20.docx
  5. French: Colours. I would like you to continue learning the French names for colours. This week I would like you first to watch the video to refresh your memory https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=ld7x0xv72Uk&feature=emb_logo Then I would like you to create a bingo game of French colours. I have attached sheets to show you how to make a game. You can either print out these sheets or make the games yourself using plain paper. Once you have made your bingo game, play it with someone in your family.  Word-Boards.pdf Colour-Splat-Cards.pdf
  6. PE: This week you have been practising your Sports Day skills. Your suggested activity for today is to hold a mini Sports Day. Pick one activity from each day this week - throwing, jumping, running, novelty race to use as an event and have a mini Sports Day with your family.  

Have a lovely weekend

From Miss Markham 

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

 

Thursday 14th May

Hello Class 3,

I hope you are all continuing to work hard. 

Today's interesting fact: Like fingerprints, every person has a unique tongue print. You might like to look at your parents or siblings tongue to see if you can see any difference!

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading to an adult and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: I would like you to continue working through the Stone Trolls booklet. Today's task is called Reading quiz. There are 3 questions for you to answer. I would then like you to complete the reading challenge task. The answers to this work are at the end of the document. 
  3. Maths: Please complete the Measures task explained in the attached document.  Measures-lesson-4.pdf Measures-lesson-4.doc
  4. Music: Continue to practise playing Elephants on the recorder. You could perform 3 of your favourite tunes for your parents. 
  5. Education city: Please complete the assigned activity, Mass appeal. In this activity you will need to calculate the difference between the mass of the two objects. Remember to subtract when calculating the difference. 
  6. PE: Today's suggested Sports day activity is to create and complete your own novelty race. Think about the objects you have around the house. Your novelty race could be dressing up, egg and spoon, obstacle. See how creative you can be. 

Have a great day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Wednesday 13th May

Hello Class 3,

Here is today's interesting fact: You are about 1cm taller in the morning when you first get up than when you go to bed. This is because during the day the soft cartilage between your bones gets squashed and compressed. You could measure yourself in the morning and evening to see if this is true!

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: spend 10 minutes reading and record in your reading diary.
  2. English: Please complete the activity called, ‘What did you think about the story?’ You will find this in the Stone Trolls document from yesterday’s work. Before completing the written task, remember to read or listen to the story again. Answers can be written in your green lined books. 
  3. Reading comprehension: Choose one of the sections from the Captain Tom Moore reading comprehension task. The document has 3 different levels of text and 3 different levels of questions. You can decide which section to complete.  Captain-Tom-Moore-reading-comprehension.pdf
  4. Maths: Please complete the activity outlined in the Measures lesson 3 document. Answers are included at the end of the document.  Measures-lesson-3.pdf Measures-lesson-3.docx
  5. IT: Continue with the Hour of Code work. Some of you may have finished the Minecraft Adventurer. If so, then you can begin a new adventure. If you go to the project tab at the top, then select view full list, then Minecraft Aquatic. 
  6. PiXL times tables app: Spend 10 minutes practising your times tables. 
  7. PE: Your suggested Sports day PE activity is to work on your running skills. How quickly can you run across your garden? Can you set up two markers at either end of your garden and run backwards and forwards between the markers? How many times can you run in 1 minute? Time how long it takes to run 10 lengths. 

Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more)

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Tuesday 12th May

Good morning Class 3, 

Today it is Cara's birthday. Happy Birthday Cara, I hope you have a fantastic time celebrating with your family. 

Today's interesting fact: Did you know your ears never stop growing!

Here are today's tasks:  

  1. Spend 20 minutes reading. Choose one of your own books from home and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: Today we are starting a new unit of work. This is explained in the attached document, The Stone Trolls.  The-Stone-Trolls.pdf The-Stone-Trolls.docx  Y3-Creative-writing-unit-The-Stone-Trolls.pdf
  3. Maths: Measures. Please complete the activity outlined in the attached document.  Measures-lesson-2.pdf Measures-lesson-2.doc
  4. Geography: Today I would like you to continue your work on maps. There is a PowerPoint attached which explains some of the symbols that are used on maps. I would like you to look through the PowerPoint first, then complete the symbol matching activity. If you are able to print a document, you can cut out the symbols and match them to the names, if not, you can draw and label the symbols on a sheet of paper. Answers are included in the document.  map-symbol-matching-activity.pdf Maps-and-symbols.ppt
  5. Spelling practice: Remember to spend 5 minutes each day practising your spellings. You can also spend time on the PiXL spelling app, or this website,  https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-12890.htm to help you learn to spell some of the Year 3 and 4 common exception words.
  6. PE: The weather hasn't been so good this week but if you are able to get out in the garden you could practise your jumping skills. Set up a start line and see how far you can jump forward (long jump). Can you do a triple jump (hop, step, jump)? How high can you jump? How many times can you jump in 1 minute? 

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more) https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham

Monday 11th May

Hello Class 3,

I hope you had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed the VE day celebrations that took place on Friday.

This week's interesting facts are all about humans. Did you know, your eyes blink around 20 times per minute?  That’s over ten million times a year!

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading with an adult and record in your reading diary.
  2. English: Please complete the task outlined in the Postcards lesson 4 document.  Postcards-lesson-4.pdf Postcards-lesson-4.docx
  3. Reading Comprehension: Wimbledon. This document has reading comprehension tasks with 3 levels of difficulty. You can choose which section to complete. Answers are at the end of each section. Pages 1 - 6 one star, pages 7 - 12 two stars, pages 13 - 19 three stars.  Wimbledon-Reading-Comprehension-Activity.pdf
  4. Maths: Please complete the Maths activity outlined in the Measures Lesson 1 document.  Measures-lesson-1.pdf Measures-lesson-1.docx
  5. Art: The art activity is linked to the English work and involves creating a picture for a postcard. This is explained in the Postcards lesson 4 document.
  6. Mathletics: Please complete the assigned activity, ‘What line am I’?
  7. PE: This week’s PE suggestions are linked to sports day. In the summer term we focus our PE lessons on athletic skills. Today I would like you to work on your throwing skills. Spend 20 minutes in the garden or in the park, practising some throwing skills. You could throw a ball to a sibling, or parent, or practise throwing the ball against a wall. Can you throw the ball underarm and overarm?

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more) https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

Have a lovely day. 

From Miss Markham

Friday 8th May

Good morning Class 3, 

Huge congratulations to Flo W and Alicia, who have achieved their silver times table badge. 

It’s Friday and we are nearly at the end of another week. Today is a special day. It is VE day, which marks the date when the Second World War ended. VE day was a national holiday in 1945. People had street parties to celebrate and special events were organised.

Today I have some optional, suggested activities.

I would like you to organise a VE day tea party. For your tea party you will need the following things: 

  1. English: An invitation to send to the people you would like to invite. I have attached a template you could use or you could create your own.  Design-a-party-invitation-template.pdf
  2. Maths: Measurement. You need some party food for your tea party. Attached is a recipe for Fairy cakes. You will be using the Maths skill of reading scales when you measure out the ingredients. In Year 3 we look at ratio and scaling up. At the bottom of the recipe there is a challenge for you which involves ratio. I appreciate it is difficult to get flour for home baking, Celebrations cake shop on Bourges Blvd in Peterborough usually has a good supply and is open on a Friday.  Fairy-cakes.pdf Fairy-cakes.docx
  3. Reading: Read and follow the recipe for Fairy Cakes.
  4. Art: Create your own VE day bunting. Attached are some templates you could use.  Union-Jack-template-bunting.pdf Blank-bunting-template.pdf
  5. History: Learn about Morse code using the Cracking the Morse Code activity sheet.  Code-cracking-morse-code-activity-sheet.pdf
  6. PE: Complete the marching themed exercise routine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDzwfTM4Jv8

Have a wonderful day of celebrating

From Miss Markham

Thursday 7th May

Good morning Class 3,

We have been lucky with the weather this week. Hopefully you have been able to get outside to enjoy it. 

Today's interesting fact: After the announcement that the war had ended, Princess Elizabeth and her sister were allowed to leave the palace and celebrate with crowds outside, although they had to do it secretly.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading to an adult. You could read text on the internet as an alternative. The DK find out website has some interesting information on this page  https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/world-war-ii/ 
  2. English: Spellings. Please complete the spelling activity outlined in the attached document.  Spellings-8.5.20.pdf Spellings-8.5.20.docx
  3. Maths: Times tables. Please complete the times table activity and test outlined in the attached document.  Times-table-test-7.5.20.pdf Times-table-test-7.5.20.docx
  4. Reading comprehension. Complete the 60 second read, Breaking News Unbelievable Usain Retires. Start by checking if you can read 60 words in a minute, then complete the comprehension questions.  Breaking-News-Unbelievable-Usain-Retires.pdf
  5. Music: Today I would like you to complete the BBC Bitesize daily lesson about pulse and rhythm. We have learnt about this in recorder lessons when we have used the claves. Watch the two videos and explore the body percussion ideas on the twinkl sheets. You could make up a 4 line phrases of words, such as favourite food and use body percussion to perform it.  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6mmxyc
  6. Education City: Complete the assigned activity, Types of lines. 
  7. PE: Choose 2 Just dance videos to join in with. 

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more) https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical) 

Tomorrow I will be setting some activities linked to VE day. These are activities cover the areas of the curriculum that we normally set work for and will take about the same amount of time. The activities are a suggestion and will be optional. 

Have a wonderful day

From Miss Markham

Wednesday 6th May

Good morning Class 3.  

I hope you are all continuing to work hard. 

I apologise for the error in the answers to question 6 in yesterday's Maths task, it should have been B, C, D, F, G. 

Today's interesting fact:  There are about 68 million people living in the UK. This is nearly the same as the amount of people who fought in World War 2, which was 70 million.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading to an adult. Can you find any prepositions in the text? 
  2. English: Please complete the Postcards 3 lesson which is explained in the attached document.  Postcards-lesson-3.pdf Postcards-lesson-3.doc
  3. Reading comprehension: Bean plant life cycle. This document has reading comprehension tasks with 3 levels of difficulty. You can choose which section to complete. Answers are at the end of each section. Pages 1 - 4 one star, pages 5 - 8 two stars, pages 9 - 13 three stars.  Bean-plant-life-cycle-reading-comprehension.pdf
  4. Maths: Parallel and perpendicular. Please complete the task in the attached document. You can access the accompanying PowerPoint in yesterday's set work.  Parallel-and-perpendicular-lines.pdf Parallel-and-perpendicular-lines.docx
  5. IT: Hour of code. Continue working through the screens. I would like you to complete the last 3 screens and complete the adventure.
  6. PiXL: Spend 10 minutes practising your times tables using the yellow times table app. 
  7. PE: Complete 2 Just Dance videos, you can choose which ones. Many of you may have this on a games console. If not, you can have a look on YouTube. There are lots to choose from. Here is one I like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4XggKLRKoE

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead: 

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more) https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical)

 Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham

Tuesday 5th May

Hello Class 3,

I have received amazing photos of the Andy Goldsworthy art activity. Unfortunately the weather was not very good on the day this activity was set, so if you would still like to complete it and email me your work, I would be delighted to see it.

Today's interesting fact: Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister at the time of the Second World War. He made a radio announcement to the nation that the war was over.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading to an adult and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: Please complete the Postcards 2 lesson which is explained in the attached document. Answers are included at the end.  Postcards-lesson-2.pdf Postcards-lesson-2.docx  Present-perfect-tense-powerpoint-1.ppt
  3. Maths: Please complete the Horizontal and vertical lines lesson outlined in the attached document.  Horizontal-and-vertical-lines.pdf Horizontal-and-vertical-lines.docx  Different-Types-of-Lines-1.ppt
  4. Science: The plant lifecycle. Please complete the activities outlined in the attached document.  The-Plant-lifecycle.pdf The-Plant-lifecycle.docx  Lesson-Presentation-Plant-Life-Cycle1.ppt
  5. PiXL unlock. Spend 10 minutes on the PiXL unlock app learning the Year 3 and 4 common exception words. If you would like an alternative, try some of the games on this website https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-12890.htm
  6. PE: Your PE activity today is an alphabet challenge. I would like you to go for a walk around your local area and see if you can spot an object that starts with each letter of the alphabet. Can you find an object for every letter of the alphabet? Once you have found as many as possible, you can email your answers to me using the enquiries email address. All returned forms will earn a team point. I will also announce who found the most. You may wish to do this over a few days so completed sheets will need to be sent by Friday. I have attached a document for you to use or you can write out your own on a sheet of paper.  Alphabet-challenge.docx 

If your child is finding some of this work a little too challenging, here are some links to useful websites where you could find alternative work that you could try instead:

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/ (lots of literacy ideas, interactive lessons, drawing and more) 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize (daily lessons for each year group- Maths, English & more) 

https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning (Maths, English and lots of other subjects – lessons, games and resources) 

https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/site.page?id=3-CrEQhcFdY (Support resources for pupils with special needs- Autism, sensory & physical) 

Have a wonderful day

From Miss Markham

Monday 4th May

Good morning Class 3, 

I hope you have had a relaxing weekend and enjoyed the sunshine. 

A huge congratulations to Henry and Maya who have achieved their Gold times table badges. 

On Friday it is VE day so this week I have some interesting facts about VE day. VE day is the 8th May. It is called Victory in Europe day and it marks It the day that the second world war ended.

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading with an adult.
  2. English: Please complete the task in the attached document, Postcards.  Postcards-lesson-1.pdf Postcards-lesson-1.docx  
  3. Reading comprehension. Please complete the reading comprehension questions linked to the English activity on Postcards. The questions are in the postcards document and the answers at at the end. 
  4. Maths: Please complete the angles in shapes activity in the attached document, answers are included at the end.  Angles-in-shapes.pdf Angles-in-shapes.docx
  5. Geography: Please complete the map work activity in the attached document.  Map-work-2.docx
  6. Mathletics: Well done to all the children who are up to date with their Mathletics tasks. Today's assigned activity, Right angle relations, is linked to our work on angles.
  7. PE: Today's PE activity is a walk around your local area. This is linked to the Geography task and is weather dependant!

Music challenge: Mr Coates has set a Music challenge for all children. This is an optional activity and can be found on the Classes page of the website. Completed challenges can be emailed to the school office.

Have a super day

From Miss Markham

Friday 1st May

Hello Class 3,

It is Friday and the end of another week of home learning. Thank you to everyone who has shared some of their work this week. I really enjoy seeing what you are doing. It is fantastic to see how hard you are all working.  

Here is today's interesting plant fact: An average size tree can provide enough wood to make 170,100 pencils.

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 15 minutes reading to an adult.
  2. English: Ask your parent/carer to test you on last week’s spellings. There is a spelling test sheet in the attached document or you can write them in your lined book. New spellings. This week’s spellings are all from the Year 3 and 4 spelling list. Can you spot which letters are the same in each of the words? Discuss with your parents the different meanings of each of the words and then you can either complete the activities on the spelling sheet or write 8 sentences using one of the spellings in each of your sentences.  Spellings-1.5.20.docx Spellings-1.5.20.pdf
  3. Reading comprehension: Today I would like you to complete another one of the 60 second reads called ‘Amazing facts about the Human Body’. You can start by finding out if you can read 100 words in 60 seconds, the word count is at the side of the text so you will be able to work out where you need to read to in 60 seconds. Then answer the questions. The reading comprehension work and answers are included in the attached document.  Amazing-Facts-About-the-Human-Body.pdf
  4. Maths: Times table test. Instructions for this are in the attached document.  Times-table-test-1.pdf  Times-table-test-2-1.docx
  5. French: Colours. I would like you to continue learning the names of colours in French. To start, revise the colours words using the suggested YouTube clip from last week https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=ld7x0xv72Uk&feature=emb_logo   Then complete one of the activity sheets, Rainbow colours or Colour anagrams. The work can be completed on the sheet if you are able to print them out or draw/copied onto a piece of paper.  french-colours-activity-sheet.pdf Rainbow-Colours-in-French-Colouring-Sheet.pdf
  6. PE: Today's Yoga themed activity is Nelson the pigeon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kN1_qchKPnA 

Have a great weekend.

From Miss Markham

Thursday 30th April

Good morning Class 3, 

I hope you are all well and continuing to enjoy working from home.  Well done Phoebe for achieving your silver times table badge.

Here is today's interesting plant fact: There are nearly 600 different species of carnivorous plants that actually eat insects and small animals.

Today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading to an adult or other family member. Choose a different type of text to read. You could find a poem on the internet, an interesting website linked to our topic work a book that belongs to someone else you live with even a recipe book. 
  2. English: Poetry lesson 8. This is the last lesson in our Poetry unit of work. Please complete the task in the attached document.  Poetry-lesson-8.pdf Poetry-lesson-8.docx  
  3. Maths: Please complete the obtuse and acute angles activity, which is explained in the attached document.  Obtuse-and-acute-angles.pdf Obtuse-and-acute-angles.docx  Acute-and-obtuse-angles-activity-sheet.pdf
  4. Art: Today I would like you to create your own natural sculpture using ideas from the Artist Andy Goldsworthy. First I would like you to look at some of his work by searching images of his sculptures on the internet. Then I would like you to use natural objects from your garden or objects which you could collect when going on a walk (please remember not to take things from other people’s gardens). These natural objects could be stones, twigs, leaves, flowers, seeds. This website has some ideas and images which may help to get you started.  https://theartofeducation.edu/2019/05/31/how-to-inspire-your-students-with-artist-andy-goldsworthy/  Once you have created your art work, take a photo. If you would like to email me a photo of your work, I will be delighted to see it. 
  5. PixL unlock. Spend 15 minutes on the orange PiXL spelling app
  6. PE: Today's suggested Yoga activity is called Squish the fish  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhYtcadR9nw 

Have a wonderful day

From Miss Markham

Wednesday 29th April

Hello Class 3,  

We had a rainy day yesterday, which was great for the plants. Hopefully today's weather will be better. 

Today's interesting plant fact: The fastest growing woody plant in the world is bamboo. Bamboo can grow up to 90 cm in just one day!

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading to an adult.
  2. English: Poetry lesson 7. Please complete the activity in the attached document.  Poetry-lesson-7.docx Poetry-lesson-7.pdf  
  3. Reading comprehension: Please complete the reading comprehension task in the attached document. Answers are also included on the last page.  My-Teacher-reading-comprehension.docx My-Teacher-reading-comprehension.pdf
  4. Maths: Right angles. Please complete the tasks in the attached document. Answers are included on the last page. Answers for yesterday's work are also attached.  Right-angles.docx Right-angles.pdf  the-angles-family-powerpoint.ppt   Fraction-word-problems-answers.pdf
  5. IT: Hour of code. Hopefully you all managed to set up an account on the code.org website and have completed the first few screens. Today I would like you to complete 3 more screens. They get harder as you work through the course so may take a bit more time. 
  6. PiXL: Spend 10 minutes practising your times tables using the yellow times table app
  7. PE: Today's yoga suggestions is Trolls themed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9Q6FKF12Qs

Have a great day

From Miss Markham

Tuesday 28th April

Hello Class 3, 

Many of you have been in touch with Friday's times tables results. It is good to hear that you are continuing to work hard towards the bronze, silver and gold badges. If you have passed one of the tests, make sure you let me know so that Mrs Twiggs can update the records and I can let you know what to work on next. 

Well done to Maya who has achieved her Silver times table badge. 

Here is today's interesting plant fact: Around 2000 different types of plants are used by humans to make food.

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading to an adult. Have a look at question 7 in the reading diary. What do you think will happen next?
  2. English: Poetry lesson 6. Please complete the activity in the attached document.  Poetry-lesson-6.pdf
  3. Maths: Fraction word problems. Please complete the work in the attached document.  Fraction-word-problems.pdf
  4. Science and Education City: Please complete the 3 set activities on Education City, this is linked to our work on Plants and the things they need to grow. The activities are sequenced so you will need to complete them in order. 
  5. PE: Today's suggested yoga activity is Wizard of Oz themed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_3weVPH0-U 

Have a lovely day

From Miss Markham

Monday 27th April

Hello Class 3,  

I hope you had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the weather. 

In our Science work we have been looking at plants so this week I thought I would share some interesting plant facts. 

Did you know: A strawberry is the only fruit that has seeds on the outside.  It has an average of about 200 seeds.

Here are today's tasks:

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading with an adult. Can you find any adverbs that end with 'ly' in your text?
  2. English: Please complete Poetry lesson 5 in the attached document.  Poetry-lesson-5.docx Poetry-lesson-5.pdf
  3. Reading comprehension: Please complete the comprehension, Dragonfly out in the sun, in the attached document. The answers are included at the end of the document.  Dragon-Fly-Out-in-the-Sun-Reading-comprehension.doc Dragon-Fly-Out-in-the-Sun-Reading-comprehension.pdf
  4. Maths: Fractions lesson 3. Please complete the work in the attached document. Answers are included at the end.  Fractions-lesson-3.docx Fractions-lesson-3.pdf
  5. Geography: Last week we started work on our new topic - 'Holidays' it was lovely to see some of the photos of the creative role play areas you set up. Today I would like you to do some map work using Google maps. Details of the work are in the attached document, Map work.   Map-work.docx
  6. Mathletics: Please complete the set activity linked to our work on fractions. 
  7. PE: This week I thought you might like to try something different. There are a number of Yoga workouts on Youtube. Cosmic Kids Yoga has themed Yoga workouts. If you would like to give it a go, you can choose any of the videos. My suggestion for today is a Harry Potter themed Yoga workout https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-BS87NTV5I

Have a super day

From Miss Markham

Friday 24th April

Hello Class 3, 

I can't believe it is the end of another week of home learning. Hopefully you are now in a good routine. 

Here is today's interesting travel fact: Have you been to France on holiday? Did you know France is the most visited country in the World.

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 15 minutes reading to an adult. Can you find any similes in you text?
  2. English: Please complete the spelling lesson and test in the attached document.  Spellings-24.4.20.docx Spellings-24.4.20.pdf
  3. Reading comprehension: Today I would like you to try one of the 60 second reads called One Tiny Mistake. It was sent home with the home learning pack. You can start by finding out if you can read 100 words in 60 seconds, the word count is at the side of the text so you will be able to work out where you need to read to in 60 seconds. Then answer the questions. The reading comprehension work and answers are included in the attached document.  One-Tiny-Mistake.pdf
  4. Maths: Times table test. Instructions for this are in the attached document. Answers for yesterday’s work are also included.  Times-table-test-2.docx Times-table-test-2.pdf  Fractions-lesson-2-answers.pdf
  5. French: Colours. I would like you to start learning the names of colours in French. This is a link to a video that I would like you to watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=ld7x0xv72Uk&feature=emb_logo
  6. PE: Continue with the workout you created. 

Have a great weekend.  

From Miss Markham 

Thursday 23rd April

Good Morning Class 3,

Yesterday I really enjoyed seeing some photos of your beautiful flower drawings and a video of an impressive PE routine. If you would like to email me any work you are proud of, I am always delighted to receive them.

Today's interesting travel fact: Finland has almost 180,000 islands. More than any country on earth.

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 20 minutes reading to an adult. Can you find any alliteration in your book?
  2. English: Complete Poetry lesson 4 in the attached sheet.  Poetry-lesson-4.docx Poetry-lesson-4.pdf
  3. Maths: Complete the Fractions lesson in the attached sheet. Answers for yesterday's lesson are also attached.  Fractions-lesson-2.docx Fractions-lesson-2.pdf Fractions-lesson-1-answers.pdf
  4. Music: Keep practising Elephants. You could also perform Hot Cross Buns for your parents. This is a link to a video on youtube that has a backing track to play along to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVxmmNh__lI  
  5.  ​Spellings: Tomorrow you will be doing a spelling test, so today spend 15 minutes practising your spellings. 
  6. PE: Continue completing your own work out. 

Have a lovely day and keep up the good work!

From Miss Markham

Wednesday 22nd April

Hello Year 3

Another day of home learning to look forward to. I am enjoying learning some new things while helping my children with their work. I hope your parents are too!

Today's interesting travel fact: With more than 3 million lakes, Canada has the most lakes in the world. 

Here are today's tasks: 

  1. Reading: Spend 10 minutes reading to an adult and record in your reading diary. 
  2. English: Please complete the Poetry activity in the attached document.  Poetry-lesson-3.docx Poetry-lesson-3.pdf
  3. Reading comprehension: Pet care of a Guinea Pig. In the attached document there are 3 levels of the comprehension task - Mild pages 1-2, Spicy pages 5-6 and Hot pages 11-12. You can choose which of the levels you would like to complete. The answers to the questions are also included in the document.  Pet-Care-of-a-Guinea-Pig-Differentiated-Reading-Comprehension-Activity.pdf
  4. Maths: Fractions lesson 1. Please complete the work in the attached document.  Fractions-lesson-1.docx Fractions-lesson-1.pdf  The answers for yesterday's work are also attached. 2-step-division-word-problems-Answers.pdf
  5. IT: Coding. I have attached a document explaining the coding work I would like you to complete. This will continue over the next few weeks.  Coding.pdf
  6. PiXL times tables: spend 10 minutes practising your times tables using the yellow Pixl times table app. 
  7. PE: Continue completing your own workout.

Have a super day. 

From Miss Markham

Tuesday 21st April

Good morning Class 3, 

I hope you enjoyed going off on holiday yesterday! I enjoyed seeing some of your photos. 

Today's interesting fact about travel: Did you know that there are nearly 850 languages spoken New Guinea.

Here are today’s tasks: 

  1. Reading: Read to your parents for 15 minutes. Have a chat about the story so far. Do you like it? Can you explain why? 
  2. English: Please complete the work in the attached document Poetry lesson 2.  Poetry-lesson-2.docx Poetry-lesson-2.pdf  I have also attached an answer document for yesterday's lesson. Not all of the answers have been highlighted, this will give you an idea of some of them.  Poetry-lesson-1-answers.pdf
  3. Maths: Please complete the attached sheet on 2-step division word problems. 2-step-division-word-problems.docx 2-step-division-word-problems.pdf   The answers for yesterday’s work are also attached. Division-word-problem-answers.pdf
  4. Art: Today I would like you to do an observational drawing of a flower. You can draw a flower from your garden, use one of the pictures from the walk you went on before Easter or even find an image on the internet. Remember to add as much detail as possible and include the parts of the flower you learnt about before Easter.
  5. Mathletics: Please complete the assigned activity on multiplication and division word problems. 
  6. PiXL unlock: Spend 10 minutes on the orange PiXL vocabulary app.
  7. PE: I would like you to repeat your own workout that you planned yesterday. Remember to encourage your family members to join in. 

Have a lovely day. 

From Miss Markham

Monday 20th April

Hello Class 3, 

I hope you had a lovely Easter break and are ready for a new week of home learning.  

Ethan celebrated his 8th birthday in the Easter Holiday. I hope he had a super day. 

This term we will be starting a new topic about Holidays so your interesting facts this week are all about travel. 

Did you know, The San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile has the world's largest swimming pool. It holds 300 million litres of water and is 19.77 acres in size. 

Today’s tasks: 

  1. Reading: Read for 15 minutes with an adult and record in your Reading Diary. 
  2. English: Poetry task 1. Please see attached sheet.  Poetry-lesson-1.docx Poetry-lesson-1.pdf
  3. Maths: Division word problems. Please see the attached sheet.  Division-word-problems.docx Division-word-problems.pdf
  4. Reading Comprehension: Tom’s exciting morning. Read the text and complete activity 3. You can write the answers on lined paper or discuss them with an adult.  Toms-exciting-morning-comprehension-1.docx Toms-exciting-morning-comprehension-2.pdf
  5. Topic: Please see the attached sheet about Holidays.  Holidays-task-1.pdf Holidays-task-1.docx
  6. Education City: Please complete the subordinating conjunctions task.
  7. PE: This week I would like you to create your own work out. You need to plan 10 different exercises to complete for 1 minute each e.g. star jumps, jogging on the spot. Encourage your parents and/or siblings to join in with you.

Have a lovely day.

From Miss Markham