Hope you are all well and staying safe!
Missing you all so much!
Here are this week's activities! Hope you enjoy them!
Remember you can still send me your fact files from last week's home learning activity, it was a short week last week so it might have been tricky to complete everything! You can still send me your question matrix questions as well! Click here to see some of the fact files that have been completed!
Also, if you want to send me any photos or videos of what you are getting up to at home, I'd love to see them! I can share them on the website for us all to see!
Love Miss Evans x
Click here to go onto MyMaths. Login using the school username and password.
On the left hand side of the home page, click Select Curriculum, and select Curriculum for Wales.
Then select Using Number Skills from the library.
Then select Number Facts and Relationships, then scroll down to the odds, evens, multiples lesson.
Click on the lessons and go through it like we do on the CTouch board in class.
I have set you an activity, just login to your portal using your personal login details and you will be able to complete it.
Here are some links for some fun games you can play to practise your odds, evens and multiples
I have assigned you the library book 'Mermaid Catastrophe' to read and enjoy!
I have assigned you 'Wally the Water Dragon.' Read the book and answer the comprehension questions!
Click here to read the Christmas Robot stories you sent me! The stories are amazing! Well done Year 3!
If we were in school and we weren't in the middle of the bugs and germs crisis, then I would have definitely taken you on a school trip to Bristol Aquarium. It's amazing! Have any of you been? There is so much to see and learn about there!
Click on the link to go the aquarium homepage, and you can read their blogs! There's loads of awesome information in them like interviews, research, quizzes, aquarium news and lots more!
There's also some really cool clips in the videos section too! Enjoy!
Sir David Attenborough is a British TV broadcaster, writer and naturalist. He has presented many programmes about our planet such as Blue Planet and Planet Earth. He is extremely passionate about nature, animals and climate change.
I would like you to carry out some research on Sir David Attenborough and write a biography about him. A biography is a description of a person's life.
Here are some tips to help you write your biography:
Have fun and I hope you enjoy learning about Sir David Attenborough!
You can choose to present your work however you want. You can take a photo of your written work and email it to me or you can complete your research on word, powerpoint or J2E and share it with me. I can't wait to see it!
I was listening to the radio on Friday and the radio presenter was interviewing Sir David! He mentioned in the interview that he always replies to letters that people send him, so I thought it would be a fantastic idea to send him a letter from Year 3 at LPS!
We could include some of the biographies we have completed about him, and we could ask him some really interesting questions and see what his answers are!
So can you think of some amazing questions, linking to our Blue Abyss topic, that you would like to ask Sir David Attenborough? I will definitely include some of the best ones! Wouldn't it be amazing to get a reply!
Click here to see the spellings section as usual for your weekly spellings! Ask Mummy or Daddy to test you on Friday morning if you want!
Remember to check your spelling group to see what spellings you are learning!