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Monday 11th January

Monday 11th January

Please try to record your work in your home learning book, writing the date and  WALT as a title, for each lesson e.g.

 

Wednesday 6th January 

WALT: Describe the water cycle

 

You may be working from home but we still expect you to work just like the superstars you are in school, so keep that handwriting neat!

 

Miss Rose, Mrs Burton, Mr Gilbert and Mr Russell

  

Welcome and timetable for the day

Welcome 11th Jan.MOV

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Tip Top Times Tables

I hope you all had a restful weekend Year 3! Well done for your hard work last week, keep it up!

Below is todays home learning activities.

Set yourself a 10 minute timer and try to bead Mr Russel's Tip Top Times Table challenge!

Once you're done, you can mark your answers with an adult using the answer sheet.

Maths

Subtract two and three digit numbers (with exchange)

Subtracting two and three-digit numbers with and exchange

How to subtract three-digit numbers using boxes that show hundreds, tens, and ones place values. How to regroup in subtraction.

Break

Tuesday worship with Mr Russell

English

Monday 11th January 2021

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Lunch

Guided Reading

Read the extract from the playscript of Oliver Twist. In your home learning book make a list/note of any words that you do not understand.

 

When you read it, perhaps you could get your family involved by all taking a different characters lines to read. In this scene there are 9 characters in total so some people may need to read more than one part. The characters are:

 

Narrator 

Boy 1

Boy 2

Boy 3

Boy 4

Oliver

The master

Mr Limkins

Mr Bumble

 

A little information about Play Scripts:

 

  • They are used for when people wish to act out a scene.
  • The names of the character that is speaking is written on the left, sometimes with a colon : after it. 
  • In brackets or italics the author will write stage directions to guide the actors to know were to stand or how to speak.
  • The only descriptive writing will be in the stage directions.
  • No speak marks (inverted commas) are used as it is all speech.

 

Below I have attached a copy of a power point which further explains the features of a playscript. You don't need to do anything with it, it's just for reference.

playscript features.mp4

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History

Your first activity is to begin by thinking about what you already know and what you want to find out about Ancient Egypt. Write these two sub headings in your book and write your ideas under each one.

 

What I already know about Ancient Egypt

 

What I want to find out about Ancient Egypt

 

Next, read the first chapter of the Ancient Egypt book entitled 'Howard Carter gets a big surprise'. 

Make sure you look up any words you are unsure of in a dictionary.

 

Activity 2

Using the timeline of Britain to help, draw your own copying down the significant dates. Once you have done that, add on when Jesus was born, when Howard Carter found the tomb, when you were born and any other members of your family. As well as this, add on today's date which should be the furthest right of your time line. You can also add on any other significant dates of things that have happened in your life time such as moving house, if you wish.

 

 

Story

Mr Pents balls with audio pt2 compressed.mp4

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End of day message

End of day Mon 11th Jan.mov

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