Good morning Class 3 people!
I hope everyone is well out there. A big shout out to all the parents, carers, brothers, sisters and anyone else who is helping out! And a big shout out to all of you for the excellent work I’m receiving.
On to today’s work:
English: Adverbs and Adverbials
Today, I’d like you to try to put some of your adverb and adverbial work into practice.
I’ve written a short piece about a Viking and his lost sock. I was inspired by some of your stories! I want you to see where you can fit adverbs and adverbials into it. You can choose how much you challenge yourself with this one.
I have put some # in the writing where the adverbs/ adverbials could go. I’ve also put some adverbs/ adverbials at the bottom of the page for you to use.
You can either choose from the words I have given you at the bottom of the page and add them in OR you can think of some of your own to add in. If you think you’re up to the challenge, you can have a go at writing a story of your own that includes adverbs & adverbials.
I’ve repeated the instructions on the sheet. I genuinely can’t comment on the video I found today.
Maths: 13.01.21 – Be the Teacher!
For today’s activity, I need you to be the teacher!
I have given you 3 different sets of challenges to choose from where you need to do the following:
* Look at the answers I’ve given.
* Check whether my answers are correct, then mark them with a tick or a dot to say whether they are right or wrong.
* If you can, show how you would help me get the correct answer.
* Give me a final feedback comment on my work to help encourage me to do better 🙂
As these are pdf’s, it will be tricky to write on them on the computer – therefore you might want to either print them out or write them out by hand. I hope you can help me with my multiplication!
Tomorrow, we’ll be looking at factors (numbers that multiply to make a number) – then we move on to division. We wil be doing a little more work on puzzles as well as we go.
History: Viking Gods
I have attached a set of pictures of Viking gods. I’d like you to do the following:
* Colour the pictures of the gods.
* Research about each one on the internet.
* Write the facts you find around each god.
* If you find it difficult to find your own information on the internet, I’ve also attached some fact cards.
Take your time and make these look great.
Reading: 13.01.21 – The Legend of Finn MacCool
I had some lovely pictures showing your understanding of the story yesterday.
Today, I’d like you to have a go at answering these questions about the text. These are retrieval questions. This means you are retrieving (finding and collecting) information from what is written down. Try your best to answer all the questions. I’ve re-attached the text to help you.
As we continue to look at the -ation ending on words, I’d like you today to have a go at rainbow or waterfall writing (or both!).
This will be the last day of purely practicing the words before we use them in sentences tomorrow, then test them on Friday. It would be great if you could also have a look for more -ation words of your own.
To remind you, our list of words is as follows:
information adoration sensation preparation admiration fixation inflammation elevation restoration
For rainbow writing, you write the word but change colours for each letter. For waterfall writing, you add a letter each time as you spell the word.
For example: f fi fix fixa fixat fixati fixatio fixation – going down the page.
I’ve also attached a picture that shows you how to represent letters using British Sign Language. Perhaps you could have a go at spelling using that!
Online Lessons 13.01.21
Please find attached links to relevant online learning for tdoay. Feel free to dip in and out of this as you like.
I hope you have a lovely day. Keep going! It’s very tiring at the moment but we’ll get through it!
All the best,