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Week 7 - 13/7/20 - 17/7/20

Maths      Year 3

English

White Rose Maths

Summer Term week 12 work W/C 13th  July. 

 

The videos are still on the website, but the links can be found on the document called

Year-3-Week-12 Video links

All worksheets and answer sheets are in the resources section

 

Lesson 1 L.O: TBAT compare capacity

This week’s English ideas

Lesson 1 – LO: TBAT answer questions about a text.

 

Using the pdf in the English resources tab at the top of the page, read through ‘Paddington by Michael Bond’.

 

  1. What was marked on Paddington’s old leather suitcase?
  2. Where did Paddington say he was from?
  3. What do bears like to eat according to Paddington?
  4. What did the label around Paddington’s neck say?
  5. What is Mr Brown’s first name?
  6. Why did Paddington fall over when he said hello to Judy?
  7. Where does the Brown family live?
  8. Who is Johnathon?
  9. What does Paddington do when he meets someone new?

 

Lesson 2 L.O:TBAT add and subtract capacity

Lesson 2

LO: TBAT plan a story.

 

Paddington bear is a very famous collection of books by author Michael Bond. He started writing stories in 1945 and finally published his first book called ‘A Bear Called Paddington’ in 1958. There are currently 29 books in the Paddington series whereby the bear goes on lots of different adventures.

 

Your task over today and tomorrow will be to create your own adventure story for Paddington bear.

 

First you need to plan what your story is going to be about. Think about:

Where it is set?

What will the story be about? Does he get into trouble? If so, how does he get out of it?

Does he meet someone new?

Does he visit a place he has never been before?

 

Lesson 3 L.O:TBAT interpret pictograms

Lesson 3

LO: TBAT write a story.

 

Today you will be writing your own story about Paddington. Using the guide below, think about the questions as you are writing your story.

 

A beginning (introduce the setting and the characters).

 

A middle (where are they going? What happens to them? What is the problem?)

 

An ending (how do they fix the problem?)

 

Lesson 4 L.O:TBAT interpret bar charts

Lessons 4

LO: TBAT illustrate a story.

 

Thinking about the key points in your story, add illustrations to give the reader something to look at while they read your story.

 

(For examples of Paddington bear story pictures, look on the English resources tab).

 

Lesson 5 Friday

  1. Maths Challenge BBC Bitesize
  2. Arithmetic Test 6

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

LO: Spelling, punctuation and grammar.
 

This week’s focus is ‘homophones’.

 

Go to the English resources tab to find the homophones work for this week.

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