White Rose Maths
Summer Term week 10 work – W/C 29h June.
The videos are still on the website, but the links can be found on the document called
Year-3-Week-10 Video links
All worksheets and answer sheets are in the resources section
Lesson 1 L.O: TBAT draw accurately
This week’s English ideas. Please see separate resources
Lesson 1 – LO: TBAT identify features of persuasive text
Persuasive writing is a useful way of getting someone to agree to do something good.
First, look at the video link below:
Next, look at the examples of Lesson 1 persuasive writing.
Find 5 to 7 persuasive writing techniques that have been used in any of the 3 examples. E.g. Look for:
1. Rhetorical questions
2. Opinion, what does the writer disagree with?
3. What does the writer want?
4. What sort of emotive language is used (to produce a strong reaction, e.g. ‘appalling’)?
5. Does the writer use flattery? Explain.
Lesson 2 L.O:TBAT recognise and describe 2D shapes.
LO: TBAT describe characters’ feelings and motives
Listen to or read the story Little Red Hen.
A ‘motive’ is the reason for doing something.
Answer the following questions:
- Why did Little Red Hen plant the seeds?
- Who did Little Red Hen ask for help?
- Why do you think they said ‘no’ when Little Red Hen ask them for help?
- Who ate the bread?
- Should Little Red Hen have shared the bread with the others? Explain your answer in full.
Lesson 3 L.O:TBAT recognise and describe 3D shapes.
LO: TBAT plan a persuasive letter
In this lesson, you are going to plan a letter to Little Red Hen from the point of view of the fox; you will try to persuade Little Red Hen to share the bread with you (the fox).
First of all, look at the power point: Persuasive Letter Writing in preparation for writing your own persuasive letter to Little Red Hen.
Your task today is to:
Plan your 3 or 4 paragraphs. Think of what key sentences you will use in each. Introduce the topic you are writing about and state the argument– do you agree or disagree? Why?
- Explain in detail, using words such as: Firstly… Secondly… In my opinion… Some believe that… I feel that… I am sure that…
- Describe, using great adjectives.
- Argue why it is so good or bad – be enthusiastic!
- Use powerful verbs.
- Give reasons for and against – use evidence.
- Ask the recipient questions to get them thinking and make them realise they need this.
- End with a summary of what you need.
Lesson 4 L.O:TBAT tell the time to 5 minutes
LO: TBAT write a persuasive letter
In this lesson, you will write your persuasive letter in full.
- Title implies your point of view.
- Reasons to support your viewpoint.
- Facts and evidence to support your reasons.
- Connectives to link ideas (e.g. however, therefore, furthermore).
- Persuasive devices: Agreement (e.g. obviously, without doubt).
- Powerful adjectives.
- Rhetorical questions.
- Conclusion to summarise and state opinion.
Lesson 5 -
- Maths Challenge BBC Bitesize
- Arithmetic Test 5
See Maths folder for questions and answers
Arithmetic activity should take about 25 minutes. Children can use a number line, a hundred square and equipment to help them count but should not use a times table grid.
For both tasks, write working out and answers on paper.
Year 3 grammar test.
Test to be given under test conditions of 30 minutes. Remember to read the questions carefully!