Good morning Year 3.
I wanted to begin by saying well done for working so hard since you joined Year 3 in September. I will set tasks each day until we return to school on 24th November. I will also be ringing each of you to check how you are at some point next week, I will look forward to catching up with you when I call. Here is our remote learning policy for your parents, this will show them the tasks you might be asked to complete. Remote-Learning-Overview
While you are working at home, we will be following a similar timetable to the one we do in class.
You will notice today you have English, Maths, Re and Science to complete. See below to find your tasks. You can complete work either onto your homework book, on the computer or on paper you might have in the house. Once you have finished all your tasks, ask your parents to either take a photo or scan your work and email it to me at the end of the day. The email address for your completed work is – email@example.com I will mark your work and reply the following day.
During your time working from home, we are going to use a short film called Marshmallow for your English. Today, I would like you to describe the setting. Use the guidance in the sheets attached to help you.
We are going to carry on with our timetables work this week and next. You have worked hard on using your three times tables for multiplication and division, today, I would like you to put your three times tables into use. Watch the video then complete the worksheet. Make sure you pause the video when needed in order to do you own working out when asked.
We are going to carry on our Baptism topic. I would like you to watch the videos below and describe what is happening at the different stages of Baptism. I would like you to briefly explain what is happening in each part of the Sacrament, the following headings will help you.
- Reception of the child
- The sign of the cross
- Celebration of the word
- The Homily
- The prayer of the faithful
- Blessing the water
- Baptismal promises
- Baptism with water
- The white garment
- The baptismal candle
- The final blessing
We are moving on to our new topic of Rocks in Science. I would like you to research the following rock types and make a poster giving the key information about each one:
- Igneous rocks
- Sedimentary rocks
- Metamorphic rocks
In your homework book, you were given your login details for the following websites:
- Times table rockstars
- Oxford Reading Owl
Don’t forget to log on to these sites to practice your skills and to give you lots of interesting books to read.
I will post again tomorrow, make sure you remember to send me your work, I will be very excited to hear from you.