Year 3 Home Learning Friday 5.2.21
Well done everyone for the fantastic effort you are putting in to your home learning this week. We could not be more proud of you! Well done Year 3!
L.O. To be able to write effective sentences to continue a story.
We will again be continuing with our story with live lesson tasks and independent tasks.
Download the document from the bottom of the blog. Work through from the start if you didn’t do the live lesson or find the tasks following the live lesson if you have already done the live lesson tasks.
It would be helpful if you watch this clip (https://safeshare.tv/x/ss600ef0e05a1d2) before the live lesson, just in case we have some difficulties sharing it during the live lesson.
L.O: To learn to divide a 2 digit by a 1 digit numbers
Today we are going to continue with our dividing work! Hopefully you have found some different items to help you divide or you have printed some place value counters from Monday’s blog.
If you miss the live teaching or want to go over anything again, have a look at the attached PowerPoint. The PowerPoint recaps how we can share objects into equal groups to solve division calculations.
For your independent task, you can choose your own level of challenge. Your resources are attached at the bottom of the blog.
Yellow Challenge: Download Friday’s maths PPT – Have a look at the table on slide 8. Answer the yellow questions by using place value counters or items from home. Make sure you share them into equal groups.
Blue Challenge: Download Friday’s maths PPT – Have a look at the table on slide 9. Answer the blue questions by using place value counters or items from home. Make sure you share them into equal groups.
Green Challenge: Download Friday’s maths PPT – Have a look at the table on slide 9. Answer the green questions by using place value counters or items from home. Make sure you share them into equal groups.
White Challenge: Download Friday’s maths PPT – Have a look at slide 10. You will be able to see that Annie has used two models to solve 42 ÷ 3 =
Can you draw the two models that Annie has used for the following calculations?
- 96 ÷ 3 =
- 96 ÷ 4 =
- 96 ÷ 8 =
Extension: Download the white extension document – There are two problem solving questions for you to solve!
L.O: To locate major capital cities of the world.
Last week, you identified some countries in different continents. This week, we are moving onto locating some of the major capital cities of the world. Can you remember what the difference between a continent and a country is? How is a city different to a continent and a country?
Read through the Geography PPT week 5 PDF. Afterwards, see if you can explain to an adult what a capital city is. Can you name any capital cities?
Activity: Download the Geography independent learning week 5 PDF – There are a lot of worksheets on the PDF but please don’t do them all.
We would like you to complete worksheet 4C. Have a look at the list of capital cities in the table. Can you find out what continent and country they are in? The map on worksheet 4A will help you with most of them!
Extension: Keep scrolling down the same PDF until you find the question cards on page 4. Use the question cards to have a family quiz! Or you might want to make up your own quiz about continents, countries and capital cities. Let us know who wins!
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Mrs Bromley, Mrs Coaten and Mrs Kenny.