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12.02.21

Morning Swans,

 

YIPPEEEEE ! You've made it! We thought you deserved a week off now after your hard-earned work! We hope that you have a lovely half term and come back fresh and ready for your learning.

 

Don't forget to check out your 'SECRET MISSION' by looking at the tab on the top of the class page! 

 

Take care and keep safe,

 

The Year 3 Team

English - 45 mins

 

WOW: creating negative meanings by adding the prefix mis-

 

Last week you learnt to spell words with more than one syllable and adding the suffixes: -er -ed or -ing.  QUIZ: Ask an adult to quiz you on these spellings - did you get 10/10?

 

This week we are looking at spelling words with negative meanings by adding the prefix mis- to verbs.

 

Work through the power point and then complete at least TWO of the activities below.

 

Maths - 45 mins

 

WOW: practise and learn our times table / division targets.

 

1. COMPLETE QUIZ - ask an adult to quiz you on your times table target. 

 

You will need to choose one sheet to complete your quiz on below depending on whether you are working on an 'in order' or an 'out of order' times table target. Use this format (same as we use in school) to complete your quiz.

 

REMEMBER! You are only allowed 3 mins to complete the quiz and you must get 40/40 to move on to the next times table target.

 

2. MARK YOUR QUIZ using the multiplication charts below - use a different colour and correct any answers you get wrong. 

 

3. PRACTISE your new times table target or your existing target if you didn't get 40/40.

 

The order you will learn and practise your times tables are listed below:

 

IN ORDER:

 

X2, X5, X10, X3, X4, X8

 

OUT OF ORDER:

 

X2, X5, X10, X3, X4, X8

 

 

Please follow the link below to access multiplication and division grids.

D+T 1.5 - 2 hours


WOW: to design and plan an Iron Age roundhouse suitable for a hillfort.

 

Work through the power point below and then work through the activities below.

 

Key questions:
What is an Iron Age house called?
How many people lived in a roundhouse?
Why were they called roundhouses?
What materials were used to make roundhouses? Why?
How were roundhouses were build?
How were roundhouses structured? Why?
How were roundhouses maintained?
What would you find inside a roundhouse?

 

Activities:
Using KidRex (laptops/i-pads) research information about Iron Age roundhouses (using key questions above as searches).

 

Sketch a variety of roundhouses using pencil - use the examples on the power point to help you.

 

Design your Iron Age roundhouse by completing the design an Iron Age roundhouse suitable for a hillfort sheet below.

 

Ext:

Use the template to practise building an Iron Age roundhouse ready for when YOUR OWN that you will be building next week. *There are pictures and instructions on the power point and a template for you to print and use below.

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