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?
Hello Year 3
Well done everybody for such an amazing experiment. Watch the video below to see our successful volcanoes eruptions.
Volcano eruptions from Bowling Park Primary School on Vimeo.
Now write a set of instructions for a successful volcano eruption.
Good Luck year 3!
Get comfy Year 3, because Miss Bowler has recorded her first ever read-along story for you to enjoy! The book is called ‘The Graveyard Book’ by Neil Gaiman. The first video is chapter 1, so make so you tune in each week to see what happens.
You could listen at home with you family, with your friends, or even at school (just make sure you ask your teacher first).
Click on this link to watch the videos http://readalong.bowlingparkprimary.net/
Afterwards, don’t forget to comment on the videos to let Miss Bowler know that you have been watching.
Here is some more amazing work that has been done at home. This time from Fauziah in 3SK. She used the information that she learnt during topic this week to create a poster about Earth’s layers. Good work Fauziah!
Together they listened to a rumbling in the hallway. It grew louder and louder. Suddenly, a herd of rhinos charged through the living room and into the dining room crushing all the furniture in their path. Peter and Judy covered their ears as sounds of splintering wood and breaking china filled the house.
(An extract from Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg)
This is my favourite part of our new book, Jumanji. Which is your favourite part of the story? Send me a comment explaining which part you like and why.
This is my favourite part because I like reading it and I like listening to it when it is read out loud. Why do you think I like it so much? Could it be what is happening or the sentences that the author used? Send me a comment with your ideas.
This week’s Maths lessons have been all about fractions. We have been matching fractions to shapes, learning new vocabulary numerator and denominator, finding equivalent fractions and ordering fractions.
I’ve added a link to a video to watch to remind yourself what we have been learning and a game to practice at home. I wonder which level you will make it up to?
Can you create something to teach Year 2 children about fractions? Some ideas might be a poster, a booklet or a game. Bring your creations to school for us to see!
Hi there year 3.
Because we learnt about mass in Maths this week, I have got a very refreshing challenge for you.
P.S. to make the picture bigger, just click on it and it will open in a new window.