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Chestnut Class (Year 3)

Miss Pearce can be reached at: chestnut@newtown.wilts.sch.uk

Chestnut Class Blog

Hi Chestnut Class

We are very lucky to now have a blog up and running where we can communicate easily. Usernames and passwords will be sent out soon.

To find this blog and access it you need to go to the school website.

  1. Click on children
  2. Click on home learning
  3. Scroll down and click on class blog
  4. Log in using your details
  5. Click on the title of the blog 
  6. Scroll down and add your comment

 

Each week I will put up a different discussion point for you to contribute to. All  posts will have to be approved by me before they are published so it is totally safe and secure for you to use. 

Home Learning - 21st July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

21.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read Supercats and answer questions

Read through the story from page 16 -. 29 The story is attached below.

You will be working on this story for the next 3 days. Answer the questions below the best you can:

  • What was special about Wild Bill’s teeth?
  • What was Tagg’s mum and dad’s secret-agent code name?
  • What was Wild Bill’s code name?
  • What do you think Tagg wants his superpower to be? (p25)
  • Why is Glamour upset?

 

Read at least twice.

  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Plan a short story about an animal with superpowers

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (ordinary, awesome, whiskers) Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half-way and monkey letters hang below the line.

 

Think back to your character design from yesterday. Plan a short story to explain what your character gets up to.

Remember to plan for:

Opening: How does your story begin?

Build up: What happens next in the story?

Climax: What is the exciting part?

Resolution: How is the problem solved?

Ending: Is it a happy ending?

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Add illustrations to your story when you have finished.
  • Remember to check your punctuation and spelling carefully.

 

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Invisible, fly, camouflaged, powerful, mighty, perilous, dangerous, curious

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

Cam – ou – flag - ed

 

Maths

Add and subtract capacity

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 12 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Daily ten questions

  • Open the basic maths link below
  • Select level 3
  • Choose an area you would like to get better at
  • Answer the 10 quick questions

 

Try level 3 if it is too easy

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Write a letter to my new teacher

What other things do you want to tell your new teacher?

What are your favourite subjects?

What subjects do not like as much?

Who are your friends?

What makes you happy?

What was your best memory from year 2?

 

Plan a letter to your new teacher by answering these questions and then write it up in best.

Always remember to plan your writing before writing it out in best. Use bullet points to help you.

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 12 – Lesson 2:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

 

Basic Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html   

Home Learning - 20th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

20.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read Supercats and answer questions

Read through the story from page 1-16. The story is attached below.

You will be working on this story for the next 3 days. Answer the questions below the best you can:

  • How many siblings does Tagg have?
  • Where were the kittens born?
  • What do you think ‘kitten rearing’ means?
  • How is Tagg described?
  • How was Tagg treated differently and why?

What are Melody’s and Chester’s superpowers?

  •  

Writing

 

 

Create a character that has superpowers

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (litter, superpower, perilous) Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up halfway and monkey letters hang below the line.

 

Think back to Tagg and the other super cats. Think of your own animal that will be a character in a story.

Draw a picture of your animal.

Be clear to show what your animal is wearing and what superpowers it has.

Write these around your design.

 

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use capital letters, full stops and commas in your answers.

 

Spelling

Spell key words linked to reading text

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Invisible, fly, camouflaged, powerful, mighty, perilous, dangerous, curious

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Compare capacity

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 12 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Daily ten questions

  • Open the basic maths link below
  • Select level 3
  • Choose an area you would like to get better at
  • Answer the 10 quick questions

 

Try level 3 if it is too easy

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

All about me portrait

As you are moving up into year 4, think about what you would want to tell your teacher about you.

Draw a self-portrait and write adjectives around it that describe you best.

 

 

  • Think back to when you have created portraits before and how to structure the face and position the features.

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 12 – Lesson 1:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

 

Basic Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html   

 

Home Learning - 17th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

17.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

infer meaning from a poem

Read Sheep in Winter. Read it twice – once in your head and once out loud. What do you notice about the rhyme scheme?

• Think about the poem from Day 4 (The Cow). How is this poem similar? How is it different? Which poem do you prefer? Why?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Friday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Identify adverbs in poetry

Remind yourself about adverbs

• Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about adverbs.

• Complete Animal Adjectives and Adverbs.

• Read four more animal poems: Rabbit Poem, God laughed when he made the duck, Duck’s ditty and The Sparrow.

• Find adverbs used in these poems. Underline them if you can. You can check your answers at the end of the pack.

• Choose your favourite poem and practise reading it aloud. The Top tips for reading a poem aloud will help you to do this.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book
  • Remember to use expression when performing your poem
  • You could include actions also

Spelling

Spelling test

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Height, history, imagine, increase, important, interest, island, knowledge, learn. length

 

Ask an adult or a sibling to test you on your words today.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

Friday maths challenge

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 11 – Lesson 5.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The answers are next to the link on the website

Basic maths facts

Times table practise

Click on the times tables that you are working on in the link below. You should be confident with your 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s and 4s. Check these by playing hit the Button.

Move onto 6 or 7 times table when you are ready.

Top tip: I find it helpful to have a pencil and paper nearby so I can work out trickier questions and make a note of the ones I need more practise with.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about reptiles

Watch the reptile video below.

How many reptiles can you name?

Which is the largest reptile?

What features does a chameleon have?

What does constrictor mean?

 

Choose a reptile of your choice to create a piece of art-work for. You could draw, paint, collage or even sculpt. The choice is yours.

Key words:

  • Scales, skin, carnivores, hunting, eggs, sea turtles, nests, hatchlings, saltwater crocodile, tail, legs, jaws, sharp teeth, chameleon, camouflage, insects, amphibians, constrictor, poisonous, cold-blooded

Home Learning - 16th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

16.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a poem

Read The Cow from your English pack. Read the poem twice – once in your head and once out loud.

• What patterns do you notice in the poem? Which is your favourite line?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Thursday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Identify and use adverbs

Remind yourself abut adverbs

• Use the PowerPoint on Adverbs to remind yourself of adverbs. If this is not possible, use the Revision Card.

• Complete Loving Cows.

Learn the poem by heart

• Read Top Tips for learning a poem by heart.

• Practise reading The Cow until you know all or some of it off by heart. Recite it to a grownup.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Don’t forget to include adjectives and noun phrases.

Spelling

Sentences using your spelling words

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Height, history, imagine, increase, important, interest, island, knowledge, learn. length

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Remember to use capital letters and full stops and any other punctuation you can show off!

 

Maths

Measure capacity

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 11 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge into word problems

Open the attached PDF document which has 5 questions.

Make sure you highlight the key words in the question.

Which operation is it asking you to use?

  • If you are stuck on any, you can email or post on the blog for extra help.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about fish

Watch the video below about fish.

Where do fish live?

What do they have running through their bodies?

How do they breathe?

Do sharks lay eggs?

How do fish hide from predators?

What do we call a group of fish together?

What do fish eat?

What eats fish?

 

Create a poster or fact file to teach others about fish. You can use link 2 to help you.

Key words:

Water, swim, turn, fins, gills, eggs, spine, hatch, fingerlings, prey, protection, teeth, predators, coral reef, clown fish, snapper fish, schools, sea horses, mammals, salmon, cod, tuna, seabream, aquarium

 

If you prefer, you can choose a fish of your choice to write about rather than lots of them.

Home Learning - 15th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

15.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a text.

Watch the first two and a half minutes (2:30) of The Homing Instinct by clicking on reading link below.

• What can you see here that is in the story King of the Sky?

What is different?

What did you learn that was new?

Write your answers to these questions.

  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Research a famous pigeon!

Read the sentences on Pigeons 1. Cut these sentences out and decide which of the Headings they belong to. You could just copy these if you do not have a printer.

Next: Use the Research Questions to find out about Mary of Exeter.

• Can you make a poster about Mary and her adventures, showing what you have learnt?

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.

 

Spelling

Family trees

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Height, history, imagine, increase, important, interest, island, knowledge, learn. length

 

Use the word ‘increase or knowledge’ and write it in a bubble. Using branches, how many other words can you think of that begin with ‘in/know’ or that contain the ending ‘ledge/crease‘?

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

 

Maths

Add and subtract mass

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 11 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge into word problems

Open the attached PDF document which has 5 questions.

Make sure you highlight the key words in the question.

Which operation is it asking you to use?

If you are stuck on any, you can email or post on the blog for extra help.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about birds

Watch the bird video below.

What features do all birds have?

What is special about the hummingbird?

What is special about the ostrich?

What do birds eat?

How are penguins different from other birds?

 

Use the bird gallery in link 2 to choose a bird and research a bit more. Write a few facts about your bird and draw a picture.

 

Key words:

Eggs, chicks, beaks, wings, legs, feathers, hummingbird, ostrich, worms, seeds, fruit, eagle, prey, predator, nest, penguins

Home Learning - 14th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

14.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a text

Listen to the reading of King of the Sky again (link below).

• Write what we know about Mr Evans and the Boy on Outlines 1 and 2 or on your own paper.

• Write what else you would like to know about them too.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Tuesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Punctuate speech correctly

Use the PowerPoint on direct speech. If this is not possible, remind yourself using the Revision Card.

• Look closely at Speech Bubbles 1 and 2. Decide what the boy and Mr Evans could be saying and write it inside the speech bubble.

Next:

• Write the speech that you put in Speech Bubbles as sentences. Use speech marks, commas and reporting clauses.

• You could challenge yourself to write a paragraph that describes the scene and that includes direct speech.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Add illustrations to your story when you have finished.
  • Remember to check your punctuation and spelling carefully.

 

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Height, history, imagine, increase, important, interest, island, knowledge, learn. length

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

I – mag – ine

 

Maths

Compare mass

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 11 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge into word problems

Open the attached PDF document which has 5 questions.

Make sure you highlight the key words in the question.

Which operation is it asking you to use?

If you are stuck on any, you can email or post on the blog for extra help.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Know what an amphibian is

Watch the video below about amphibians.

What are amphibians?

How do amphibians begin their lives?

How many types of frog are there?

Describe their skin.

How do frogs and toads protect themselves from predators?

 

Create a fact sheet/ fact file to explain what amphibians are. Use link 2 to help you with this.

 

 

 

  • Make notes as you watch to note down the key amphibians it talks about.

Eggs, gills, tails, lungs, legs, metamorphosis. 

Home Learning - 13th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

13.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a story.

Listen to the reading of King of the Sky in the link below.

• Which part of the story did you like best? Does it remind you of any other stories that you have seen or read?

• Read King of the Sky – Text and Questions 1. Answer the questions.

• Go on… Challenge yourself to read and answer the questions on King of the Sky – Text and Questions 2.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Describe a place using adjectives and noun phrases

Look at the pictures of St Peter’s Square in Rome and Tredegar in Wales.

• Write some Descriptive Words and Phrases about each of these places. What do you notice? How could you describe it to someone who couldn’t see the photographs?

• Write a description of the view from your home. Try to make it really clear so someone can imagine it without actually seeing it. Notice small details, like the brickwork, or the shape of windows.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use capital letters, full stops and commas in your answers.

 

Spelling

Spell key words from Y3 National Curriculum.

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Height, history, imagine, increase, important, interest, island, knowledge, learn. length

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Measure mass

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 11 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge into word problems

Open the attached PDF document which has 5 questions.

Make sure you highlight the key words in the question.

Which operation is it asking you to use?

If you are stuck on any, you can email or post on the blog for extra help.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Write about my favourite animal

Watch the video link below.

How do they move?

How do they look?

How many legs does it have?

Where does it live?

Does it fly?

What does it eat?

 

Draw a picture of your favourite animal with labels to show its’ features.

 

Explain why this is your favourite animal.

You could also include facts about your animal linked to the questions above.

  • Make notes as you watch about how the animals look and move.
  • Make a note of the types of animals that you see – how many can you name?

Home Learning - 10th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

10.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

infer meaning from a poem

Read Where Go the Boats. Read the poem twice – once in your head and once out loud.

• What do you like about the poem? What patterns can you spot?

• Use the Poem PowerPoint to listen to the poem being read. Is it how you expected it? What is the same and what is different?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Friday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Learn a poem by heart

Remind yourself about the perfect form

• Use the PowerPoint Slides 8 to 12 on Perfect Form. If this is not possible, remind yourself of Perfect form using the Revision Cards. Complete Which Tense?

• Now turn each of the simple past tense sentences that you found into the perfect form.

 Learn a poem by heart

• Choose your favourite poem from: Where Go the Boats, The Swing (Day 4) and A Good Play (Day 3).

• Practise reading a verse from the poem again and again, until you can say it without looking at the words. Learn all the verses.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book
  • Remember to use expression when performing your poem
  • You could include actions also

Spelling

Spelling test

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

February, forwards, forward, fruit, grammar, group, guard, guide, heard, heart

 

Ask an adult or a sibling to test you on your words today.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

Friday maths challenge

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 10 – Lesson 5.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The answers are next to the link on the website

Basic maths facts

Times table practise

Click on the times tables that you are working on in the link below. You should be confident with your 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s and 4s. Check these by playing hit the Button.

Move onto 6 or 7 times table when you are ready.

Top tip: I find it helpful to have a pencil and paper nearby so I can work out trickier questions and make a note of the ones I need more practise with.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Design a bee friendly garden

Open the attached document about Earth day and saving the bees.

Follow the steps on here.

  1. Find out why bees are under threat
  2. Design a bee friendly garden. Remember that bees love brightly coloured flowers.
  • Open the RHS link to help you. Scroll down and read the section titled ‘how to attract bees to your garden’.

Home Learning - 9th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

09.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a poem

• Read ‘The Swing’, Read it twice –in your head and out loud.

• What do you like about this poem? What rhyming patterns can you spot?

• Now use the Poem PowerPoint to listen to the poem being read. Does it sound like you expected or is it different? How?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Thursday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Describe the best playground ever!

Use the PowerPoint uploaded yesterday slides 5, 6 and 7 on the progressive form of the past tense. If this is not possible, remind yourself about progressive form using the Revision Card.

• Complete In the Playground by rewriting the sentences in the progressive past tense.

Follow step 3 in your English pack to describe the best playground ever.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Don’t forget to include adjectives and noun phrases.

Spelling

Sentences using your spelling words

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

February, forwards, forward, fruit, grammar, group, guard, guide, heard, heart

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Remember to use capital letters and full stops and any other punctuation you can show off!

 

Maths

Tell the time to 5 minutes

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 10 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Practise times tables

Open the multiplication wheels. Have a go at as many as you can. It does not matter if you leave 9x, 11x and 12x.

  • The number in the middle is the times table you are working on. Multiply it by the one on the outer circle and then write answer on outside.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about the life cycle of a bee.

Open the Power Point presentation and read through the information about bees.

 

Look at the final slide where the four stages are illustrated with key words. Create your own poster with images to show the four life stages of a bee.

 

Key words: egg, larvae, pupa, adult bee.

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 10 – Lesson 4:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

 

Basic Maths

See uploaded attachment

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html   

 

Topic:

See uploaded Power point today

Home Learning - 8th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

08.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a poem

Read A Good Play (in your English pack today). Read the poem twice – once in your head and once out loud.

• What do you like about the poem? What patterns can you find in it?

Write down these answers.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write and draw from your imagination

Use the PowerPoint upload Slides 1, 2, 3 and 4 on the past tense. If this is not possible, then use the Revision Card to remind yourself.

• Complete Present and Past.

• Choose 3-5 of these verbs and write them into longer sentences in the past tense.

Follow step three in your English pack.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.

 

Spelling

Family trees

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

February, forwards, forward, fruit, grammar, group, guard, guide, heard, heart

 

Use the word heart and write it in a bubble. Using branches, how many other words can you think of that begin with ‘hea’ or that contain the sound ‘ear’?

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

 

Maths

Recognise and describe 3D shapes

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 10 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

8 x table

Consolidate your understanding of the 8 x table by answering questions on the uploaded attachment below.

How can the 4 x table help us learn our 8 x table?

What pattern do you notice?

Is there a link to the 2 x table?

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about pollination

Watch the video link below about pollination.

Write down key words as you watch.

Which two ways does the video describe how pollination happens?

(wind and insects)

 

Have a go at one of the activities uploaded in the pollination pack.

You can just copy out the writing if you do not have a printer or you might choose to do a picture with arrows to show the pollination process.

Key words: stamen, pollen, bees, seed, pollination, insects,

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 10 – Lesson 3:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Basic Maths

See uploaded attachment

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html   

Topic:

Link 1: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/s2_plant_life/video_index/video_pollination.html

Home Learning - 7th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

07.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a video clip. 

Watch the clip from a film version of Sword in the Stone. (See below table.)

• Which parts of this version were as you expected? What was different? What would you do differently if you were making a film of the story?

Write down your answers to the questions above.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Tuesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Write a story summary

Step 2 in English pack:

Read through Story Paragraphs.

• Choose your favourite part of the story.

• Improve the sentences by rewriting them. Add descriptive words to them. You could make the sentences longer. Add new sentences too about the character’s feelings.

Step 3:

Use words and pictures to make a Story Summary of the whole story.

• Use your summary to practise telling the story out loud.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Add illustrations to your story when you have finished.
  • Remember to check your punctuation and spelling carefully.

 

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

February, forwards, forward, fruit, grammar, group, guard, guide, heard, heart

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

Feb- ru -ary

 

Maths

Recognise and describe 2D shapes

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 10 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

4 x table

Consolidate your understanding of the 4 x table by answering questions on the uploaded attachment below.

How can the 4 x table help us learn our 8 x table?

What pattern do you notice?

Is there a link to the 2 x table?

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Explain photosynthesis

Watch the video again from yesterday’s lesson. Focus on the part that talks about the plant making its’ own food. This is called photosynthesis.

Have a go at answering the questions in link 2.

 

Have a go at completing the photosynthesis upload sheet. If you cannot print just copy this out the best you can.

 

Key words: carbon dioxide, water, light

Home Learning - 6th July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

06.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Answer questions about a text.

Listen to the reading link below ‘The Sword in the Stone.’

Does this remind you of any other stories that you have seen or read? How do you think Arthur felt when he realised what he had done?

Read the written version of the story and answer some questions.

• Read the Sword in the Stone Questions. Think carefully about each of these questions. Write your answers in clear sentences

 

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Create a character map

 

(use adjectives to describe)

• Draw pictures of each of the five characters from this story. You could use Character Pictures to give you ideas.

• Write notes about what you know about each of the characters around your pictures. Use lines and arrows to show how the characters are connected to each other (e.g. Kay is Ector’s son)

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use capital letters, full stops and commas in your answers.

 

Spelling

Spell key words from Y3 National Curriculum.

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

February, forwards, forward, fruit, grammar, group, guard, guide, heard, heart

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Draw and measure accurately

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 10 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

3 x table

Consolidate your knowledge of the 3 x table by having a go at the questions on the basic maths upload below.

How can the 3 x table help you with the 6x table?

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Science:

Know why plants are important

Watch the video link below about plants.

Make sure you understand the key words in the next column.

Think about the question: Why are plants important to humans and animals?

(food and air).

 

Draw a picture of a plant of your choice and label the parts. Then write an explanation stating why plants are important for humans and animals.

  • Make notes as you watch of key words:
  • Roots, water, stem, food (nutrients), leaves, energy, sunlight, photosynthesis, flower, seeds, life cycle, insects, pollination, humans, animals, clean air, oxygen

Reading link:

https://youtu.be/Bbuv2gvjUqM

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 10 – Lesson 1:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Basic Maths

See uploaded attachment

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html   

Topic:

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/s2_plant_life/video_index/video_plant.html

Home Learning - 3rd July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

03.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Answer questions about a poem

Read the poem: Claws from your English pack today. Read it twice: once in your head and once out loud.

• Read the Poetry Questions. Think about your answers and then write some of them as sentences.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Friday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Plan and write a poem

Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about metaphors and similes.

• Complete Metaphors and Similes Practice.

 

• Think about a pet that you know or have seen or imagine one from the pictures.

• Write ideas in Poem Ideas.

• Try organising your ideas so that they look and sound like a poem. What patterns can you use? Write your poem out carefully.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Use the poems from this week to help you when planning your own.
  • Think about verses
  • Think about description for your animal

Spelling

Spelling test

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

earth, eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite

 

Ask an adult or a sibling to test you on your words today.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

Friday maths challenge

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 9 – Lesson 5.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The answers are next to the link on the website

Basic maths facts

Times table practise

Click on the times tables that you are working on in the link below. You should be confident with your 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s and 4s. Check these by playing hit the Button.

Move onto 6 or 7 times table when you are ready.

Top tip: I find it helpful to have a pencil and paper nearby so I can work out trickier questions and make a note of the ones I need more practise with.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Understand about Iron Age village life

Click on the website link below and explore the different features of Iron Age villages.

 

Click on each title and it will give you more information.

 

Design your own roundhouse with a thatched roof as seen in the image on the website. If you would like, you could leave the front of the house open and show the stove and other Iron Age home comforts inside. Remember, they even used to keep their animals inside at night!

  • You can go back to other videos from this week to support you with this task if you need to.

Home Learning - 2nd July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

02.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a picture

Look at the picture: My Pet in your English pack. What do you think has happened just before this picture was taken? What might happen next? What names would you give these dogs? Who might own them?

• Can you think of three reasons why people like to keep pets?

• Make notes about your answers or tell someone about them.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Thursday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write about a poem

Read the poem: My Dog. Read it twice, once in your head once out loud.

• Read and think about the Poetry Questions. Write some of your answers as clear sentences.

Next:

• Read the poems in Animal Poetry Collection.

• Read at least three of the poems. Challenge yourself to read them all.

• Complete Poetry Notes and write about your favourite poem.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Why did you like this poem?
  • What did you enjoy?
  • What types of words and sentences were used?

Spelling

Sentences using your spelling words

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

earth, eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Remember to use capital letters and full stops and any other punctuation you can show off!

 

Maths

Parallel and perpendicular

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 9 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge

Open basic maths activity sheet for today and have a go at as many questions as you can.

Think about: What operation is it asking me to use?

What working out should I do?

 

  • Answers are attached in separate document
  • You do not need to print the sheet off – simply write and answer the question on paper that you have at home.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about the Iron Age

Watch the video in the link below.

Why was iron better?

What was used during wars?

Where did people live during this time?

How were clothes made?

How did coins appear?

 

Design an Iron Age shield. Click on the 2nd link and look at the patterns used. There are lots of examples on the internet of these. Design your own shield.

 

  • If you have cardboard at home, then you could have a go at creating your shield.

Home Learning - 1st July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

01.07.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read and understand definitions

Read Dictionary Entry in your English pack for today.

• Use different colours to show the different parts as indicated.

• Look at the Revision Card. Why does the word ‘Fast’ have two versions?

Can you remember what we call a word that has two different meanings but is spelt the same?

  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Find definitions of words

Find out about some words

• Read the words on Word Grid.

• Use a dictionary or the dictionary website to work out what they can mean. See writing link below.

 

• The words in blue might belong to more than one word-class.

• Choose three words and make dictionary entries for them, using the Template. Then follow step 3.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember that some adverbs end in ‘ly’ and these words describe how a verb happens.

 

Spelling

Family trees

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

earth, eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite

 

Use the word experiment and write it in a bubble. Using branches, how many other words can you think of that begin with ‘ex’ or that end in the suffix ‘ment’ in?

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

 

Maths

Horizontal and vertical

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 9 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge

Open basic maths activity sheet for today and have a go at as many questions as you can.

Think about: What operation is it asking me to use?

What working out should I do?

 

  • Answers are attached in separate document

You do not need to print the sheet off – simply write and answer the question on paper that you have at home.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about the Bronze Age

Was the video in the topic link below.

What was made from bronze?

How did people’s appearance change?

 

Click on link 2 and type your answers to the questions.

  • As an extra activity you could draw some of the bronze jewellery.

Home Learning - 30th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

30.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Use noticing skills to describe a character

Look closely at an illustration in your English pack

• Look at New Characters. These are six possible new characters that could join Mario in a game.

• Label each character, writing about 3-5 things that you notice about them.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Tuesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Write a story using adverbs and adjectives

• Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about word classes.

• Complete Character Sentences. Invent a name for each of the six new characters, fill in the grid for them and then write a sentence about them.

  • Make up a story that include your new characters. Include adverbs and adjectives.
  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Add illustrations to your story when you have finished.
  • Remember to check your punctuation and spelling carefully.

 

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

earth, eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

Ex – per – I – ment

 

Maths

Compare angles

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 9 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge

Open basic maths activity sheet for today and have a go at as many questions as you can.

Think about: What operation is it asking me to use?

What working out should I do?

 

  • Answers are attached in separate document

You do not need to print the sheet off – simply write and answer the question on paper that you have at home.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about the New Stone Age

Click on the link below and watch the video.

What was introduced during the New Stone Age?

What other word was used for this period of time?

How did living conditions change for families during this period?

How were houses built?

Where did domesticated dogs come from?

Why were vessels (pots) needed?

How did the landscape change at this time?

 

Create a poster to show the following during this time:

  • Homes
  • Pots/vessels: what were they made from?
  • Animals
  • Villages
  • Stonehenge
  • Make notes as you watch the video about the people during this time
  • Click on the transcript to see the words that are used during the video

 

Home Learning - 29th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

29.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read a profile and answer questions about it.

Read Mario Profile. What questions does this profile answer? What other questions could be answered? Do you know any other information about this video-game character?

• Look at Colourful Writing. Can you work out what each of these colours means? Write a key to the colours on the table provided.

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Identify word classes

Remind yourself about word classes

• Use the PowerPoint teaching word classes that has been uploaded.

Read the profiles and have a go at identifying the different word classes.

Then have a go at writing some sentences about a video game/board game that you know. Highlight the different word classes.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use capital letters, full stops and commas in your answers.
  • You do not have to write about a video game. You could write about a board game if you wish.

 

Spelling

Spell key words from Y3 National Curriculum.

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

earth, eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Right angles in shapes

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 9 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Apply maths knowledge

Open basic maths activity sheet for today and have a go at as many questions as you can.

Think about: What operation is it asking me to use?

What working out should I do?

 

  • Answers are attached in separate document

You do not need to print the sheet off – simply write and answer the question on paper that you have at home.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Learn about the Middle Stone Age

Watch the video link in topic below.

Who were the Normadic hunter gatherers? What do we know about them? What did they eat?

What did they make from stone?

 

 

Write an explanation to answer the questions about the hunter gatherers. Add pictures to support this.

 

 

  • Make notes as you watch the video about the animals during this time
  • Click on the transcript to see the words that are used during the video

Home Learning - 26th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

26.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Describe a character from a text.

Read Neville and Snape. How would you describe the character of Neville from this extract?

• Watch the first minute and a half of some of the film scenes of Neville. See reading link below.  What else can you say about his character now?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Friday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write a school report.

Read Hogwarts’ School Report.

• Highlight the five phrases that tell you most about Neville. Do you think this is a fair report? What are your reasons for saying that?

Write a school report

• Use the Planner and Report Template to write a school report.

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.

• It could be for one of the Harry Potter characters or it could be for you, one of your friends or someone in your family. Try to show their character in what you write in the report.

Spelling

Spelling test

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe, different, difficult, disappear, early

 

Ask an adult or a sibling to test you on your words today.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

Friday maths challenge

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 8 – Lesson 5.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The answers are next to the link on the website

Basic maths facts

Times table practise

Click on the times tables that you are working on. You should be confident with your 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s and 4s. Check these by playing hit the Button.

Move onto 6 times table when you are ready.

Top tip: I find it helpful to have a pencil and paper nearby so I can work out trickier questions and make a note of the ones I need more practise with.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Know how people use the coast and how people can affect it.

Watch the video in link 1 – topic work.

Make notes as you watch about why people choose to visit the coast.

Watch link 2.

How can people affect coastal environments?

Click on ‘next part’ and watch the next section.

 

Create a poster explaining why people choose to visit the beach. Include reasons like:

Spend time with family

Swim in the sea

Build sandcastles

To have a rest

 

If you have visited the seaside before, you might use this as an example. When I visited the seaside I …

 

 

Remember there are other things that can also affect the coast and wildlife such as leaving litter behind.

Home Learning - 25th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

25.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a text.

 

Write answers carefully.

Read an extract from Harry Potter

• Read Quidditch. What did Harry learn about Quidditch? Which of these imagined facts is the best would you say?

• Watch the film version of Harry learning the rules of Quidditch. See reading link below. What do you learn from the film that you don’t learn from the book?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Thursday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Use adverbs in a sentence.

Remind yourself about adverbs using the Power point attached.

 

Watch the film scene of Harry’s first Quidditch match. See reading link 2.

• Write some sentences that use adverbs to describe the match. Use Adverbs List to help you.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use the adverbs revision cards when writing your own sentences.

Spelling

Sentences using your spelling words

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe, different, difficult, disappear, early

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Remember to use capital letters and full stops and any other punctuation you can show off!

 

Maths

Problem solving adding and subtracting fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 8 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Sorting 2D shapes

Open link in basic maths.

Remind yourself about what a right angle is prior to activity.

Name all the shapes that you see.

Sort them based on how many right angles they have (if any!).

  • Remind yourself about the properties of each shape that you see. How many sides? Vertices? (corners)

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Know how waves affect the coast.

Watch link 1 video about waves and how they affect the coastline.

 

Which 3 physical features that are formed by erosion?

What causes more coastal erosion?

 

Watch link 2 and try to answer the questions.

 

Create a piece of art work to show waves crashing into cliffs.

Key words: Erosion, deposition, sand, shingles, spit, drift, waves, angle, pebbles.

Home Learning - 24th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

24.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Compare two versions of a story.

Read Broomstick Lesson. How do you think Harry was feeling? How is Madam Hooch described? How would you feel to be taught by her?

• Watch the film version of this scene. See reading link below.  Do you notice anything that is different to the book? What is the same?

  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Use conjunctions in sentences

Write about taking part in a Broomstick Lesson. Describe what you do and how you feel, what happens to you and what happens to other people.

• Use Conjunctions List and include some sentences with conjunctions joining clauses together.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  •  

Spelling

Family trees

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe, different, difficult, disappear, early

 

Use the word circle and write it in a bubble. Using branches, how many other words can you think of that begin with ‘cir’ or that have ‘cle’ in?

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

 

Maths

Subtract fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 8 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Acute and obtuse angles

Open link 1 in basic maths and watch the video about acute and obtuse angles.

Open link 2 and have a go at sorting the angles into the correct section.

Top tip: Sort the right angles first if you are more confident with these.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

How is coastal erosion managed?

Watch the video in link 1.

What is coastal erosion?

How many techniques are there to manage coastal erosion?

(Top tip – there are four). Write these down.

 

Click on the second link and answer the questions.

 

Write an explanation to explain how coastal erosion affects the land and how it happens.

Why are coastal defence mechanisms important?

 

In link 3 you can will find examples of coastal sea walls and sea wooden groynes. 

Erosion: When something erodes it breaks down and reduces in size. Teeth can erode when too much sugar is eaten.

Home Learning - 23rd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

23.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read an extract from Harry Potter

  • Read We Got Potter. Now watch the Sorting Hat scene again (link below)
  • Which is better at helping you know how Harry is feeling? Why? Why might someone say the opposite?

 

  • Listen to the text at least 3 times
  • Pause the video as many times as you need to

Writing

 

 

Use clauses in sentences.

Use Clauses and Conjunctions

• Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about clauses and conjunctions.

• Complete Harry Potter Clauses. Challenge yourself to come up with two or even three versions of each sentence. You can use List of Conjunctions to help you.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Add illustrations to your sentences when you have finished.
  • Remember to check your punctuation and spelling carefully.

 

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe, different, difficult, disappear, early

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

Diff – I – cult

 

Maths

Add fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 8 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Right angles and turns

Open link 1 in the basic maths section below. Watch the video.

Open link 2 and complete the house activity.

Drag and drop the angles and words to label them.

It may be helpful to draw an example of a right angle, acute and obtuse angle prior to doing the activity.

Keeping Physically Active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks sessions are now happening only on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. On other days, why not choose from his previous workouts and spend 15 minutes doing the exercises you enjoy the most or create your own work out.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Explore man-made features of coastlines

Watch the video in the topic link.

Make notes as you listen using bullet points. Remember to click on next clip after watching the first one.

What man made features are there at coasts?

(hotels, cottages, guest houses, caravans, beach huts, harbours, industrial ports, mariners, piers, fairgrounds, restaurants.)

Have a go at answering the questions in link 2.

 

Draw a picture to show a beach and the man-made things you would find there such as a hotel, a pier, a fairground, ice-cream hut etc.

Key words: accommodation, entertainment, piers, defence features

 

Label your man-made features using arrows.

Home Learning - 22nd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

22.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Answer questions about a text.

Read an extract from Harry Potter

• Read The Sorting Hat. Have you read or seen this part of the story before? How do you think you would feel if you were there in the Great Hall?

• Watch the film version of this scene in reading link. Which part of the scene do you think that the film does best?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Use conjunctions in sentences

Remind yourself about clauses and conjunctions by looking at the Power point file.

 

Write some sentences

• Watch the film clip of the Sorting Hat again.

• Now write some sentences about the scene. Use conjunctions in your sentences, using the List of Conjunctions.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use capital letters, full stops and commas in your answers.

 

Spelling

Spell key words from Y3 National Curriculum.

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe, different, difficult, disappear, early

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Order fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 8 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Parallel lines

Click on link 1 in basic maths and watch the video about parallel lines.

Complete parallel lines activity in link 2.

What lines can you see in your home that are parallel?

Can you place both your arms in a parallel postion?

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Explore natural features of a coastline

Open the topic link video and watch it.

Write notes using bullet points of key things they tell you about.

 

Make sure you click on part 2 once watching the first part of the video.

Click on the 2nd topic link and have a go at answering the questions.

 

Write about a time when you visited a coast. Where did you go? Was it sandy or rocky? What natural features did you see? You can add pictures to this as well if you wish.

  • You need to take notes as you are watching. Make notes of key words such as:

Steep, narrow, British isles, coastline, ocean, cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, salt marshes, mud flats, estuaries, headlands, bays, Cornwall, Atlantic ocean

Home Learning - 19th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

19.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Find opinion within a text.

Read two opinions about the Harry Potter Studio Tour

• Read Opinion 1 and then read Opinion 2.

• Underline the words and phrases that show the person’s opinion most clearly.

Have a go at step two if you wish.

  • File is attached below as ‘Friday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write a review

Imagine that you have had a brilliant or an awful day out at an attraction:

Longleat, soft play, Bowood, Southwick Country Park etc. You do not have to have been there – this could be imaginary.

 

Plan a review stating what 5 key things you will remember. This could be a mix of good and bad points.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • You could write about:

The cleanliness; the quality of food; the quality of shops; too many people being there; the activities or even the staff.

 

Spelling

Spelling test

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

breath, breathe, build, busy, business, calendar, caught, centre, century, certain.

 

Ask an adult or a sibling to test you on your words today.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

Friday maths challenge

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 7 – Lesson 5.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The answers are next to the link on the website

Basic maths facts

Times table practise

Click on the times tables that you are working on. You should be confident with your 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s and 4s. Check these by playing hit the Button.

Move onto 6 times table when you are ready.

Top tip: I find it helpful to have a pencil and paper nearby so I can work out trickier questions and make a note of the ones I need more practise with.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Music – listen to pirate shanti songs

Click on the topic link below and listen to the pirate songs.

As you are listening make notes of what instruments you think you can hear:

Use the link for instruments below to listen to what they sound like.

 

Which is your favourite pirate music?

Why?

Did any of them sound familiar?

Choose your favourite piece and write a fw sentences about why you liked it.

Use words and sentences like:

It made me think of…

It sounded dramatic when…

Use words such as volume, pitch and tempo (see definitions below).

 

Volume; how loud it sounds

Pitch: high and low notes

Tempo: how fast or slow the music sounds

 

Challenge: you could create a piece of artwork as you listen to show how it makes you feel or think.

 

Home Learning - 18th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

18.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a text

Read Warner Bros. Studio Tour Part 1. Which part of the tour do you think the writer enjoyed the most? Why?

• Challenge yourself to read Warner Bros. Studio Tour Part 2. What does the writer say happens when you’re in Diagon Alley?

• Who do you think these reports are written for?

  • File is attached below as ‘Thursday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Make notes about an advertisement

Make notes about the report.

Who is it for? What does it tell you? Where is it?

 

Watch the Youtube link below to see the advert for the tour.

 

Use the website to find out more information about the tour.

 

Make notes about the advert and what you find out. Does this advert make you want to visit? Why?

 

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Use bullet points to make notes
  • What things do the children say they can do on the tour?
  • What did they see?

 

Spelling

Sentences using your spelling words

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

breath, breathe, build, busy, business, calendar, caught, centre, century, certain.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Remember to use capital letters and full stops and any other punctuation you can show off!

 

Maths

Compare fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 7 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Time word problems

Click on basic maths link below.

  • Click on add any time up to 60 minutes.
  • Read the question and count back how ever many minutes it asks you to.
  • Click on the correct answer.

Top tips:

  • Subtract the tens first then the ones.
  • Read the question at least 3 times.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Design your own pirate ship

 

Label parts of a ship

See uploaded attachment ‘ship power point’.

Read through the information making note of the key ship parts.

 

Design your own pirate ship (including a flag of your choice) and label key parts. There is a blank ship attachment to help you if you need it.

  • Be creative
  • What will make your ship unique?
  • What design will you have on the flag?

Home Learning - 17th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

17.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Describe a character from the story

Read King Midas and the Golden Touch.

• How would you describe the character of King Midas?

  • What would you have asked for as a reward for helping the satyr?
  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write a story summary

Or

Use direct speech

You can choose either step 2 or 3 for your writing activity (you can do both if you would like!).

  1. Write a summary or the story adding pictures
  2. Or write a conversation between the characters using direct speech.
  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Don’t forget to punctuate speech correctly and begin a new speaker on a new line.
  • Split the story into opening, build up, climax and end when writing a summary.

Spelling

Family trees

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

breath, breathe, build, busy, business, calendar, caught, centre, century, certain.

 

Use the word century and write it in a bubble. Using branches, how many other words can you think of that begin or end with ‘cent’ or that have ‘ury’ in?

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

 

Maths

Equivalent fractions  

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 7 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Subtract multiples of 5 from a given time

Click on basic maths link below.

  • Click on add multiples of five minutes. 
  • Read the question and count back how ever many minutes it asks you to.

Remember that each section if worth five minutes. Work out how many fives are in your number (Eg: 50 minutes  = 10 lots of 5)

Then take away that many sections of five minutes.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Design your own pirate

Look through the images in the topic link below. You will see different pictures of different types of pirates.

Which pirate lived the longest?

Choose one of these pirates to draw in your own style. If you would prefer, you can design your own pirate.

 

  • Look carefully at the clothing they wear.
  • Look carefully at the things they carry.

 

Home Learning - 16th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

16.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read a text and identify words that are missing.

 

What makes sense?

Read King Midas and Donkey Ears – Cloze (missing words).

• What do you think are the missing words? Make a note and then look at the answers on the next page.

Are any of your words better than the original version?

  • File is attached below as ‘Tuesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Use direct speech

Revise direct speech by looking at the dialogue power point attached.

Write using direct speech:

• Read the speech bubbles on King Midas and his barber.

• Write these speech bubbles as properly punctuated direct speech. Use the Revision Card to remind you how.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Don’t forget to open your speech marks – then add a CAPITAL LETTER at start of sentence – use a full stop or ! ? at end of sentence – then close your speech marks.

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

breath, breathe, build, busy, business, calendar, caught, centre, century, certain.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

Acc – I – dent

App -ear

Maths

Equivalent fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 7 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Subtract quarter of an hour from a time 

Click on basic maths link below.

  • Click on add multiples of quarter of an hour.
  • Read the question and count back 15 minutes from the time on the clock face.

Remember that each section if worth five minutes and quarter of an hour is 15 minutes therefore you are taking away three sections.

You can write your answer in words or digital format.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Write an explanation about how to be a successful pirate.

Open the topic link below.

Read the information about:

  1. What is a pirate?
  2. The Golden Age of piracy.
  3. Different kinds of pirates.
  4. Life as a pirate.

Focus on the last section ‘how to be a pirate.’

Write down and draw images to support how to be a pirate using these headings:

  1. Skills required to be a pirate
  2. Rules to follow
  3. Pirate cuisine (food)
  4. Dress like a pirate

 

You can present this as a piece of writing or you can be creative and create a poster style explanation. You could split your page into four by folding into quarters and then write each heading in each section.

Don’t forget to add pictures.

Home Learning - 15th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

15.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Order events from a story

Read King Midas and the Donkey Ears.

Have you ever heard the story before?

Does it remind you of anything or anyone?

Follow step 2 on the activity sheet.

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Use full sentences to answer questions

Read the King Midas and the Donkey’s Ears Questions.

•Think about your answers and then write them as clear sentences correctly punctuated.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Remember to use capital letters, full stops and commas in your answers.

 

Spelling

Spell key words from Y3 National Curriculum.

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

breath, breathe, build, busy, business, calendar, caught, centre, century, certain.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Equivalent fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 7 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Time word problems

  • Click on basic maths link below
  • Click on add on 10 minutes (the second option)
  • Keep the setting on timed and analogue to digital.
  • Answer questions

If you find this tricky take off the timer and change to untimed to allow you more time to work out the answer. 

 

If you find this easy try the other options of adding amounts of time.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Use my imagination to write about pirates and show what I know

Click on the topic link below (remember you will need to log into your Espresso account).

 

Watch the short video (it has no words!)

Make a list of the things you see as you watch.

Create a short story that could go along side this clip about this mini pirate adventure.

Ahoy there me hearties! Use your imagination! Use the questions in the next column to help you.

  • Where is this ship sailing?
  • Who are the pirates on board?
  • What are they looking out for?
  • What treasures are they seeking?

Home Learning - 12th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

12.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a poem

Read the poem: I have had an awful day

• What things cheer you up when you are having a difficult day?

Make a list of them and keep them somewhere safe to

remember.

  • File is attached below as ‘Friday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write your own poem

Recap the perfect from and sort the sentences. Which are perfect from and which are past tense? You don’t need to print these off you could just choose 5 examples for each list.

 

Plan and write your own ‘dreadful day’ poem. This could be a funny version! Try and answer the two questions:

What things go wrong? (verse 1)

Which things happened to cheer you up? (verse two)

 

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Things that could go wrong:

Maybe your naughty pet chews up your homework!

Maybe you accidently knock the fruit bowl off the side.

Remember that this can be made up and as funny as you want it to be.

 

Spelling

Spelling test

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Accident, accidently, actual, actually, address, answer, appear, arrive, believe, bicycle.

 

Ask an adult or a sibling to test you on your words today.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

Friday maths challenge

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 6 – Lesson 5.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The answers are next to the link on the website

Basic maths facts

Weight and measurement

Add the weights together on each card to find the total.

Like a game of pairs, you have to find two cards that have the same total.

 

  • Can you remember the different units of measurement when weighing?

 

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Geography/RE

Learn about Hinduism  

 

Click on the video link below and watch the introduction to Hinduism.

 

There is a tab on the top right on the page that says ‘transcript’ – if you click on this you will see the writing for what is being said as you watch.

 

Which festivals do Hindus celebrate?

What is the festival of Holi?

Write an explanation or create a poster to explain what Holi is.

 

  • You can produce your work however you wish. Poster, artwork or writing.

Home Learning - 11th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

11.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Read a poem with expression and action

Read a shape poem.

• Read the poem: Rolling Down A Hill.

Can you use your voice or actions to find a good way to read it out loud?

  • File is attached below as ‘Thursday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Write a shape action poem

  • Recap the progressive tense by opening the Power point upload.
  • Have a go at the progressive tense activity.
  • Plan and write an action poem – there are some ideas in the booklet to help you with this.

 

 

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • You could shape your poem like the noun that you are writing about. For example – if writing about a mountain, you could shape your poem like a mountain.

Spelling

Sentences using your spelling words

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Accident, accidently, actual, actually, address, answer, appear, arrive, believe, bicycle.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Remember to use capital letters and full stops and any other punctuation you can show off!

 

Maths

Fractions of a set of objects (lesson 2 following on from yesterday.)

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 6 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Place value

Open link below

Look at the four digits that the game has given you

Order the digits to create the largest number possible

Challenge: using the following digits create the smallest and largest number you possibly can

1     8     1    7     7     8 

  • Remember to think about the ones, tens, hundreds and thousands column and which is worth more.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Geography:

Learn about the animals in India

Click on the country India

Click on ‘What is India like?’ fact file.

Click on the animals section.

Read the information and make notes.

Create a table with the four headings:

  1. Himalayas
  2. Indian Sunderbans
  3. Rann of Kutch
  4. The Nilgiri

Draw or write the animals that can be found in each region of India

 

 

  • Extension: use the internet to research the area further or the animal.
  • What new information can you find out?

Home Learning - 10th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

10.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a poem

Read a Portrait Poem

• Read the poem, “Simon, my best friend…”

• What does Simon have in common with you? What is different about you and him?

Write your answer on paper using this sentence stem:

Simon and I are similar because…

Simon and I are different because…

  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

 

Writing

 

 

Use the present tense to write a poem about a friend.

 

Remind yourself about the present and past tense

  • Use the PowerPoint presentation to remind yourself about the Present and Past Tense and then complete the present and past tense activity.
  • Use the Portrait Poem template to write about one of your friends (or family member).
  • Write sentences about them in the present tense.
  • Add a portrait of them in the middle of the template.
  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • You can choose to write about a family member rather than a friend if you would like.
  • You could write about favourite animals, hobbies, dislikes and their pets and family. You can make it up if you want to – it doesn’t have to be true.

Spelling

Family trees

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Accident, accidently, actual, actually, address, answer, appear, arrive, believe, bicycle.

 

Use the word Bicycle and write it in a bubble. Using branches, how many other words can you think of that begin with ‘bi’ or that have ‘cycle’ in.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

 

Maths

Fractions of a set of objects

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 6 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Read information from a bar chart

Read the question carefully

  • Look at the scale on the y axis (what number does it go up in?)
  • Count the totals for each bar.

You need to click on the answer box for the cursor to appear

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Geography:

Compare the life of an Indian villager to that of an Indian living in the city.

Click on the country India

Click on ‘What is India like?’ fact file.

Click on the ‘people’ section at the top.

Read the information.

Make notes on paper as you read about:

  1. What is life like for an Indian person who lives in a village? (rural)
  2. What is life like for an Indian person who lives in the city? (urban)

 

Split an A4 piece of paper in half and write Indian villager at top of one box and Indian city life at the top of the other.

Use pictures and sentences to show what life is like for each.

  •  Where would you prefer to live? In the village or in the city? Why?

Home Learning - 9th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

09.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Find features of a non-chronological report

Read Fifa 19 Review. Do you think the writer liked the game?

  • Why?
  • Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about the Features of
  • a Non-Chronological report.
  • Highlight and write to mark some of these features on the Fifa 19 Review.
  • File is attached below as ‘Tuesday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Write a report about a game

Make notes about a game

• Choose one of the CBeebies games (see link below). They are designed for younger children. Try playing it, ready to write a report.

• Make notes about it on Game Notes.

• Write a report about the game that you chose. Try to include

some of the features of a Non-Chronological Report

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.
  • Use the Fifa report to help you – you can magpie words and sentence stems to use in your own writing.

Spelling

Bitesize your spelling words

 

 

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Accident, accidently, actual, actually, address, answer, appear, arrive, believe, bicycle.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Split the word into memorable chunks:

Acc – I – dent

App -ear

Maths

Fractions on a number line

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 6 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Fill in missing numbers in calculations

Click on the link below – basic maths

Have a go at the two questions where the numbers are missing.

Be careful on question two as there is carrying involved.

 

Drag and drop the correct number into the correct box

  • Watch out for carries! If there is no number that can be added to make it up to the number on the answer line then maybe it is a two digit addition (carry).

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Geography: Learn about the weather and climate in India

Click on the country India

Click on ‘What is India like?’ fact file.

Click on the weather and climate box at the top.

Read the information about the weather and climate.

 

Create a sunset in India picture.

 

  • You can use whatever resources you would like to create this.
  • You could cut up bits of magazines and make a collage or you might just use paint or felt tips. The choice is yours.

Home Learning - 8th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

08.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

Infer meaning from a report

Read Lego Star Wars Game Description.

Read it twice: the first time in your head and the second time out loud.

  • Who do you think this report is written for?
  • What features does it have?

 

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – English’
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Can you find at least 2 new words and search for the meaning?

Writing

 

 

Understand the features of report writing

Use the revision cards to recap the features of report writing.

Can you find these features in the Star Wars text?

Read some more reports

• Read the report for Just Dance and Super Mario Kart.

complicated.)

• Look at Technical Language to Spot. Can you write an explanation of at least three of these pieces of vocabulary?

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.

 

Spelling

Spell key words from Y3 National Curriculum.

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book:

 

Accident, accidently, actual, actually, address, answer, appear, arrive, believe, bicycle.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Can you think of a sentence where you would use these words?

Where have you heard this word before?

Maths

Tenths as decimals

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 6 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

Division facts mixed

Click on division facts

Click on the division facts that you are confident with first (these will be the times tables that you know.)

Challenge yourself to try the mixed division facts next.

  • Remember that your times tables will help you. If the question said 12 ÷3 = (how many 3s go into 12?)

 

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Geography: Learn about India

Click on the country India in the topic link below.

Click on ‘What is India like?’ fact file.

Click on the landmarks box at the top of the page.

Read the information about the 5 landmarks in India.

Choose one (or two if you like) to create a picture of with some information.

 

 

  • You could present this as a poster, a piece of art with bubbles of information or on a computer. The choice is yours!

Home Learning - 5th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

05.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Thought of the week:  You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. – Dr Seuss

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

To read using expression

Imagine you are a reporter. Re-read ‘Purple is Best’ out loud using expression. Watch YouTube video (link below) to learn how to read expressively.  

  • Text is attached as a PDF file below the table. Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Maybe you could record yourself reading.

Writing

 

 

To use prepositions and sequence instructions

Complete all activities from section 1 in ‘Friday – Reading and Writing’ PDF file.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book if you are unable to print the worksheets.

Spelling

To bitesize your words into memorable chunks:

beach, summer, warm, weather, humid, sea, sand, airplane, holiday, camping, swimming, playing, family, friends, relaxing

Pick a word from your spelling list. Split the word into smaller chunks and consider the syllables of the word:

 

fa-mi-ly

 

Colour in each section of the word in different colours.

  • Think of our Tuesday morning task in school.
  • Record bitesized words in your orange book or on a piece of paper.
  • Complete as many words as possible.
  • Test yourself on your spelling words. How many are you confident with?

Maths

Digital and Analogue Clocks

Complete Maths worksheet ‘Digital and Analogue Clocks’ attached below as Friday Maths Worksheet.

  • Match the different ways of representing the same time.
  • Answers are included in the same file.

Basic maths facts

To practise your times tables.

Use the Hit the Button and Multiplication Tables websites to practise times tables (both links below table under Basic Maths).

  • Practise inverse operations (related division facts).
  • 3 x 4 is the same as 4 x 3 – multiplication facts can be reversed.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Henry II and Thomas Becket Lesson 3

Use the Oak National Academy link below to access the lesson.

  • Go through each step to complete: quiz, video, activity and quiz.

Home Learning - 4th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

04.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Thought of the week:  You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. – Dr Seuss

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

To comprehend and engage with a non-fiction text.

Read the non-fiction text ‘Purple is Best’ which highlights how people have used dyes to colour their clothes for centuries. What fact was most interesting to you?

  • Files are attached below as ‘Thursday – Reading and Writing’ and ‘GR_Purple is Best’.
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

Writing

 

 

To recap on prepositions and identify them in the text. 

Complete all activities in section 2 (Prepositions) of Thursday – Reading and Writing PDF file.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book if you are unable to print the worksheets.

Spelling

To create sentences using your spelling words:

beach, summer, warm, weather, humid, sea, sand, airplane, holiday, camping, swimming, playing, family, friends, relaxing

Pick at least five words from your spelling list this week to use in sentences.

 

For example:

 

Today, I am going to the beach because the weather is scorching.

  • No more than two words from the list per sentence (see my example).
  • Use adjectives to make your sentences exciting.
  • Record sentences in your orange book or on a piece of paper.

Maths

Counting in tenths

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 5 – Lesson 4.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

To practise your times tables.

Use the Hit the Button and Multiplication Tables websites to practise times tables (both links below table under Basic Maths).

  • Practise inverse operations (related division facts).
  • 3 x 4 is the same as 4 x 3 – multiplication facts can be reversed.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Henry II and Thomas Becket Lesson 2

Use the Oak National Academy link below to access the lesson.

  • Go through each step to complete: quiz, video, activity and quiz.

Home Learning - 3rd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

03.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Thought of the week:  You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. – Dr Seuss

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

To finish reading Fantastic Mr Fox and give a critical opinion about the story.

Read/watch or listen to the whole book. If not possible, read the summary of events in the story. Write a short paragraph explaining your thoughts on the story.

  • File is attached below as ‘Wednesday – Reading and Writing’.
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.
  • Would you recommend this story to a friend?

Writing

 

 

To write your own story along the same lines as Fantastic Mr Fox.

See section 2 of the PDF file named ‘Composition’. Read instructions and complete activities.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book if you are unable to print the worksheets.

Spelling

To create word families with your spelling words:

beach, summer, warm, weather, humid, sea, sand, airplane, holiday, camping, swimming, playing, family, friends, relaxing

Pick a spelling word e.g. camping. Think of as many words that could also have the suffix ‘ing’ like jumping, eating, crying. You could even pick a word like beach and find words that end with ‘ch’ like each, teach, peach.

  • Think about our Wednesday morning activity
  • Think of words that are similar in the way they are spelled to your spelling words this week
  • Pick at least five spelling words to make word families.

Maths

Tenths

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 5 – Lesson 3.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

To practise your times tables.

Use the Hit the Button and Multiplication Tables websites to practise times tables (both links below table under Basic Maths).

  • Practise inverse operations (related division facts).
  • 3 x 4 is the same as 4 x 3 – multiplication facts can be reversed.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Henry II and Thomas Becket Lesson 1

Use the Oak National Academy link below to access the lesson.

  • Go through each step to complete: quiz, video, activity and quiz.

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 5 – Lesson 3:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Basic Maths

Hit the Button:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Multiplication Table:

http://timestables.co.uk

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html   

Home Learning - 2nd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

02.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Thought of the week:  You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. – Dr Seuss

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

To read the extracts provided and find out contextual information about Roald Dahl (see Fun-Time Extras task).

Read the Fantastic Mr Fox summary and chapter 16. Create a fact sheet about Roald Dahl by using the internet to research information about him.

  • File is attached below as ‘Tuesday – Reading and Writing’.
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

Writing

 

 

To recognise verbs in the present perfect form.

Complete all ‘Verbs – Present Perfect Form’ activities listed in section 2 of the Tuesday PDF file.

  • Record any work on paper or in orange book if you are unable to print the worksheets.

Spelling

How to rainbow write over your spelling words: beach, summer, warm, weather, humid, sea, sand, airplane, holiday, camping, swimming, playing, family, friends, relaxing

Copy this week’s spelling words onto a new page in your orange book. Use 5 different colours to trace over each letter of the words to make them look like a rainbow.

 

  • Think about our daily morning activity.
  • Use best handwriting.
  • Don’t colour over words without tracing over each letter.

Maths

Making the whole

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 5 – Lesson 2.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

To practise your times tables.

Use the Hit the Button and Multiplication Tables websites to practise times tables (both links below table under Basic Maths).

  • Practise inverse operations (related division facts).
  • 3 x 4 is the same as 4 x 3 – multiplication facts can be reversed.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

What is the Holy Trinity?

Use the Oak National Academy link below to access the lesson.

  • Go through each step to complete: quiz, video, activity and quiz.

Home Learning - 1st June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Chestnut Class

Date:

 

01.06.20

Good morning Chestnut Class!

 

Thought of the week:  You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. – Dr Seuss

Subject

You are learning:

 

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

How to identify adjectives (descriptive words) in a text.

 

Read the extracts from Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. Underline adjectives used to describe the characters. Use a different colour for each character.

  • File is attached below as ‘Monday – Reading and Writing’.
  • Read at least twice.
  • Use an online dictionary to find ‘tricky’ words.

Writing

 

 

  1. To match the descriptions to the characters.
  2. To recognise alliteration in a text.

 

 

  1. Draw each character and label each one with the words and phrases used to describe them.
  2. Spot alliteration in the text. Write a list. Give yourself an alliterative name e.g. Amazing Anya or Brave Bella.
  • You could use the set of character images provided if you can print the PDF document attached below table (same file as Reading).
  • Record any work on paper or in orange book.

Spelling

How to spell words linked to summer

Practise these spellings in your orange homework book: beach, summer, warm, weather, humid, sea, sand, airplane, holiday, camping, swimming, playing, family, friends, relaxing

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

Maths

Unit and non-unit fractions

Use White Rose Maths link below to access the lesson. Click on Summer Term - Week 5 – Lesson 1.

Watch video. Complete worksheet attached below. Check answers.

  • The relevant documents are attached below this table as PDF files.
  • Record answers in orange book or on paper if you are unable to print the sheet.

Basic maths facts

To practise your times tables.

Use the Hit the Button and Multiplication Tables websites to practise times tables (both links below table under Basic Maths).

  • Practise inverse operations (related division facts).
  • 3 x 4 is the same as 4 x 3 – multiplication facts can be reversed.

Keeping Physically Active

How to keep fit and healthy at home.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.  You can access his sessions at the link below this table.

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Topic work

Who was Jesus?

Use the Oak National Academy link below to access the lesson.

  • Go through each step to complete: quiz, video, activity and quiz.

Maths

White Rose – Year 3 – Summer Term – Week 5 – Lesson 1:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

 

Basic Maths

Hit the Button:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Multiplication Table: