Good morning Year 3!
How many of you have found 7 x 8 the hardest to learn? Perhaps this will help. Imagine these numbers 5 6 7 8 in order.
The first two 56 make the answer to the last two 7 x 8.
While we are really pleased by all the support your parents have been giving you (especially to understand instructions), remember that when you get back to school, you will not have as much support at all times, so if you aren't already, start developing some independent learning skills. It might be 20 minutes of independent learning here and another 30 minutes there but it all adds up to you having the confidence to work on your own. We know you can do it! :)
8:50am Word of the Day – presentation
Find out what it means. Write it in your book.
9am Read to an adult
Write the short date, book title and pages read in your exercise book.
Reminder, if you are working on Lexia, you should be using it 15 minutes today as well.
9:30am GoNoodle and Maths
Maths – Multiplying by multiples of 10
There is no video for today’s learning.
Mr Whoops Spelling 9 or Spellzone.
11:15am English - Sam’s Sandwich, by David Pelham. We’re going to look at how the presentation of a story helps us understand its meaning. Book on SRS Books & Audio.
1:15pm ICT – Branching Databases
Using the Creating a Branching Database.pdf, please log on to J2E, open your branching database and carry on asking questions and sorting the animals. Your goal is to finish it today.
If you have completed it, try some coding using J2Code.
2:15-2:45pm TTRockstars and MyMaths
Challenge yourself on TTRockstars and complete MyMaths.
2:45-3:00pm Story Time
3:00-3:15pm Get fit! Take a walk, do Joe Wicks, splash in the paddling pool, run around the garden, play shadow tag, ride your bike, throw a sockball, walk around the lake, jump on a trampoline, do GoNoodle, Cosmic Yoga or Supermovers.
Today’s Brainsqueezer: What’s the point of football?