Happy Red Nose Day Year 3! I hope you’ve had a fun day raising lots of money for a great charity.
You will be pleased to know that there is another chapter of ‘The Graveyard Book’ ready for you to watch on the blog. Miss Bowler loves this story and is very excited to share it with you. Just click here to listen http://readalong.bowlingparkprimary.net/
P.S. Don’t forget the comment and let her know what you think.
Year 3 have been finding out all about Miss Trunchbull, the beastly, terrifying Head Teacher of Matilda’s school. Imagine if Mr. Herrington was like her!
Can you describe Miss Trunchbull using the exciting vocabulary we have been learning about this week?
Which powerful adjectives will you choose?
Can you create a descriptive noun phrase?
Perhaps you could show not tell the reader what she is like?
Don’t forget to use appropriate apostrophes and pronouns to help you.
We have been solving tricky multiplication and division problems in Maths this week. We have been drawing bar models to help us think about the question.
Can you create 2 multiplication and 2 division facts for each bar model? Can you create word problems to go with them? Mrs. Rhodes has done an example for the first one. You will need to finish it off for her!
27 ÷ 3 = 9
27 ÷ 9 =
9 x 3 =
3 x 9 =
3 children shared 27 sweets between them. How many sweets did each child get?
Challenge: create you own multiplication and division families with bar models.
Some great news for you….there is now ANOTHER chapter of Miss Bowler’s Read Along ready for you to listen to!
Just click here http://readalong.bowlingparkprimary.net/ to listen.
Don’t forget to comment on the posts, to let Miss Bowler know what you think of the story so far.
Miss Bowler has recorded another chapter of one of her favourite stories ‘The Graveyard Book’. Have a listen here http://readalong.bowlingparkprimary.net/
We have just finished reading this book in class and I think I can easily say that we all loved it! It made us laugh, there was lots of new vocabulary for us to learn and I really liked how the author changed the font for words like ‘bounced’ and ‘jumped’.
What was your favourite part of the book? Why did you like it so much?
Some of the girls found this book in our book corner and they want to read it next.
Send me a comment or write on paper at home your predictions for this book. Don’t forget to use evidence from the last book to back up your ideas.
Look forward to hearing your predictions!
Try these angles questions at home. Remember acute is smaller than a right angle (less than 90 degrees) and an obtuse is between 90 and 180 degrees.
Write a comment or bring your work into class.
Why don’t you make your own angle measurer at home and find out what objects in your house has a right angle!
Next week we will be learning about time in Maths. Why do we need to tell the time? Have you heard people telling the time this week? Why? What do you already know about how to tell the time? Give some top tips for telling time.
Now we understand what a fraction is, we have been learning how to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator.
Have a go at these questions. You can send a comment with the answers or you can bring them in on some paper.
REMEMBER: Click on the picture to make them bigger.
I think that 1/2 + 2/4 = 3/4. Am I correct or not? How do you know?