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Week 5 - 29/6/20 - 3/7/20

Maths      Year 3


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.

Lesson 2

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:

  1. Why did Little Red Hen plant the seeds?
  2. Who did Little Red Hen ask for help?
  3. Why do you think they said ‘no’ when Little Red Hen ask them for help?
  4. Who ate the bread?
  5. 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.

Lesson 3

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

Lessons 4

LO: TBAT  write a persuasive letter

In this lesson, you will write your persuasive letter in full.

Success criteria:

  1. Title implies your point of view.
  2.  Reasons to support your viewpoint.
  3.  Facts and evidence to support your reasons.
  4.  Connectives to link ideas (e.g. however, therefore, furthermore).
  5.  Persuasive devices: Agreement (e.g. obviously, without doubt).
  6.  Powerful adjectives.
  7.  Rhetorical questions.
  8.  Conclusion to summarise and state opinion.

Lesson 5  -


  1. Maths Challenge BBC Bitesize
  2. 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.

Lessons 5


Year 3 grammar test.

Test to be given under test conditions of 30 minutes. Remember to read the questions carefully!