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Monday

Question of the Day:

Log onto Purple Mash and check out our Class Blog for Year 3.

Add your comments to the questions that are posted and catch up with your friends!

 

Click the link here:

https://www.purplemash.com/app//link/2blog?iframe=1#/app/blog/601a7489a4802725b2034893/

English:

This is our final week learning about fables and by the end of this week you will have written your own fable.

Today, you are learning to plan key events in a fable story. You need to decide what moral your fable will have, the characters in your fable and the setting. You will also need to plan what is going to happen in the beginning, middle and end of your fable.

Monday 8th February English lesson

Reading:

Log onto your Rising Stars and access one of the reading books that has been allocated to you. Aim to read for at least 15 minutes. Once you have finished the book you can take the quiz!

If you are unsure on how to access your allocated books, see the note on the Year 3 Class Page: https://www.galleyhill.herts.sch.uk/year-3/

 

OR you can sign up to Oxford Owl and read books yourself there.

An adult will need to set up a free account using their email address and then create a password.

Follow this link to set up an account on Oxford Owl: 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/user/sign_up.html

Spelling:

All this week we are going to be practicing some of the spelling rules and patterns learnt over the last 5 weeks. Each day there will be a quiz on PurpleMash so check out your 2Do list. Below will also be some more links to a website called Spellzone where you can try a game and hear the words read aloud.

Today we are recapping the o sound spelt a after w or q and the or sound spelt a before l or ll

Maths:

We are continuing our learning on statistics this week by exploring pictograms. Today we are comparing bar charts and pictograms to look at their similarities and differences.

Comparing bar charts and pictograms

pictograms and bar charts

Topic:

We finished last week's lesson by looking at some of the legacies left behind by the Romans.

Today, we are going to look at those legacies and discuss which ones we think are the most important.

Once you have chosen a few, I would like you to do some research on it and create a poster either on paper or on Purple Mash.  

I'm looking forward to seeing some of them!

PE:
Check out one of the workout videos below or find one of your own and get moving!

Check out the Feeling Good Week activity of the day.

Click this link and see what you can do today: https://www.galleyhill.herts.sch.uk/feeling-good-week-3/

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