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Year 3

Year 3 Home Learning

Last updated: Sunday 5th July 2020

 

Note from your teachers:

 

Hello Year 3,

 

Welcome to another week!  Please remember to stay in touch by sending an email to the year group email address once a week, including a copy of your favourite piece of work.  This email address can also be used if you have any questions, need to check something or even just to say hello – it’s always a pleasure to hear from you!  Keep working hard and trying your best!  

 

Stay happy, safe and healthy.

 

Miss Davis, Mrs Armstrong, Mrs Terry and Mrs Ellis

Year 3 greeting

Home Learning Overview -

The below document outlines the learning for the week.

All of the required documents are below for you to use.

 

 

English Tasks

 

Please find below the English Tasks for this week.

Morning Maths

 

Please find below the Mathematics Tasks for this week.

Mathematics Tasks

Other Subjects

YEAR 3 MUSIC ACTIVITIES:

 

The following activities will keep you busy for a few weeks, so you can choose which order you do them in and keep going back for more:

 

1.   BBC TEN PIECES E-BOOK

Download a free BBC Ten Pieces E-book to an iPad, Android or Kindle.  This is a wonderful interactive video resource to find out more about the instruments of the orchestra and with quizzes and games.

Follow this link to find out how:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/Ql028Dg3k9v3Cck38nkPYL/ten-pieces-guide-to-the-orchestra-free-ebook

 

2.  ‘MEET THE ORCHESTRA - A resource from the Royal Albert Hall to learn more about the instruments of the orchestra from professional players. 

Follow this link: https://www.royalalberthall.com/about-the-hall/news/2020/april/meet-the-orchestra-with-alberts-band/

 

3.  TEN PIECES AT HOME

Watch Pixie Lott as she tells you about Bernstein’s ‘Mambo’ from ‘West Side Story’ and then join BBC Concert Orchestra percussionist Stephen Whibley as he shows you how to create a Cuban Mambo in your kitchen! 

Follow this link:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382

 

4.  RECORDER BOOK:

‘Elephants’ (pg. 20) and ‘Indian Warrior’ (pg. 21)

Charanga:  ‘Introducing E’ on the ‘Blown Away’ recorder book

Charanga:  I will keep adding new pieces at the end of the ‘Assignments’ page. 

Keep looking.  Lots to be getting on with! 

 

5.  HYMN PRACTICE:  Do you miss Hymn Practice?  There is a PowerPoint under ‘Music and Hymns’ with some hymns and tracks for you to sing along to. 

 

6.  CHARANGA WEBSITE:

Continue to log onto the Charanga website www.charanga.com using your Username and Password given to you on a sticker by your teacher.  If you do not have this email, contact Mrs Romhany via Music@st-helens-jun.essex.sch.uk or via the link on the ‘Contact teachers’ section and I will email it to you.  Enjoy the activities on here. 

 

PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES:

 

‘PETER AND THE WOLF’ JEOPARDY QUIZ

Look at the following PowerPoint for information and then play a Jeopardy Quiz!  I have included two versions; one that is compatible for laptops and one for iPads.    

Peter & the Wolf clip:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va8Uz6MoKLg&t=788s

 

Keep singing and playing!  And involve your family too! 

 

Mrs Romhany

Daily reading schedule.

 

 

Monday

Start a new book today.

 

What do you predict will happen in the first 10 pages?

Tuesday

 

How many pages have you read today?

 

Compare two of the characters (This could be a labelled drawing).

Wednesday

Are you enjoying the book? Why?

 

Find five unfamiliar words and place them in your own sentences.

Thursday

 

Draw a setting or character from your story.

 

Friday

You should have finished your book by today.

 

Write a short book review of the book.

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