2c. Monday 22nd June
Home Learning Plans
Week Beginning: Monday 22nd June
Maple Class’ topic is ‘Cool Britannia’, an exploration of the country we live in. A lot of our learning is based around exploring Great Britain.
Maple Class now have a blog, which you can find on the schools website. I would love to see any work that you are proud of please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org I am also really happy to answer any questions or give any advice I can.
Reading: Mr Mackinnon Will be reading ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ with you. Read and listen to the first part of the story and answer the questions
Remember to take part in the Silly Squad reading challenge.www.sillysquad.org.uk
Ebooks are still available at the Oxford Owls webpage https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ login through the ‘My Class Login’ button.
Username: st barnabas maple (make sure you leave spaces)
The website ‘Engage Literacy’ from Raintree is offering free access until July.
The website MyOn is still offering free access to its online e-books during the lockdown. https://readon.myon.co.uk/library/browse.html
- First, try to find the words in the wordsearch. They are the words from this term so far. Don’t worry if you haven’t practiced them already.
- This week there are three, Look Say Cover Write Check, resources.
- For each one there is a Purple Mash to do: Y3 SUM2 WK4 D1, Y3 SUM2 WK4 D2, Y3 SUM2 WK4 D3.
Writing: We are carrying on looking at nonsense poems this week.
- There are quite a lot of nonsense ABCs Have a look at these.
- Dr Seuss’s ABC is a wonderful silly poetry book, you can read it here http://msbrosius.weebly.com/uploads/3/7/9/7/37974241/lt_10.3_dr_suess_abc.pdf
- Edward Lear wrote a nonsense ABC in Victorian times, It doesn’t look very nonsensical now but it was thought of as quite strange when it was written. https://www.poetrynook.com/poem/was-ant
- Look at the Nonsense Alphabet Poem sheet. Follow the instructions and write your own nonsense ABC
Maths: This week we are carrying on looking at the properties of shapes. We are starting by looking at 2D shapes, then 3D shapes
- Do the 2D shapes worksheet
- Select a mild (D), medium (E), or hot (G) Recognise and describe 2D shapes RPS worksheet
- If you want more challenge, do the mild (D), medium (E), or hot (G) 2Dshapes VF worksheet
- Look at the 3D shapes. Which ones do you know? Remember that the corners of 3D shapes are called vertices
- Go on a 3D shapes hunt. What shapes can you find?
- Do the 3D shapes worksheet
- Select a mild (D), medium (E), or hot (G) Recognise and describe 3D shapes RPS worksheet
- Pick activities of your choice from Home Learning Matrix.