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Home Learning - Week of the 1st of June

This page will be updated weekly (during term time) with different lesson activities for pupils to engage with. 

Children are expected to start their mornings with some PE with Joe Wicks on his youtube channel (scroll down for details). They are also expected to complete tasks for Literacy and Maths each day, spending around 30 minutes per lesson.

Additionally, children are to complete tasks for a foundation subject (Science, History/Geography, RE) alongside their Literacy and Maths each day.

They are expected to be accessing Purple Mash, Mathletics, Times Table Rockstars and Espresso to supplement their learning each day. The links to these can be found above.

Please note, certain lessons may have documents attached towards the bottom of the page. These will outline what tasks need to be completed and may provide worksheets too. You will also find a weekly spellings document attached. 


Literacy 

Year 3 Literacy – Week beginning 01.06.20

Towards the bottom of this page you will find the Literacy documents for this week, which will  outline the tasks children will need to complete for this week.

 


Reading

01.06.20

For Reading lessons this week, the tasks are outlined in document towards the bottom of this page.

The three tasks do not need to be completed in one day.

See below for the activities and links. 


Handwriting

There are handwriting tasks for children to engage with and practice their handwriting.

Please find the handwriting document dated 01.06.20 down below.

 


Maths

Maths – Week Beginning  1st June 2020

Time

This week we are going to focus on Time. In this Unit we will begin by revising what we have already learnt  in Year 2 and then move on to the Year 3 curriculum.

We have added a Time Knowledge Organiser for you. This will really help you and it shows you everything that you should know by the end of Year 3. There is also a Mathletics book that you can print out and have a go at if you don’t want to do the sheets attached.

It will really help you to have an old clock that you can use or you can make one. This will be part of lesson 1.

 

Each lesson will have

  • a brief introduction that tells you what to do
  • some video clips to help you, or a grown up, understand what to do.
  • Some independent work – this might be something that you have been told to do on the video or a written or practical activity.

Please upload some photos of what you have done on Weduc or email it to the Y3 email.

 

Open the Maths documents dated 01.06.20 (found towards the bottom of this page) and

you will find detailed lessons, activities and the work for each day.

 

REMEMBER – there are also lots of activities that we will set you on Mathletics and there are also games on Espresso in addition to the links that we have set you to do.

 

Remember: Timestable Rockstars should be practised every day as well.

 


Science

Science WB 01.06.20 - Rocks and Fossils

This week we are looking at fossils and how they are formed by layers of sediment. Watch the videos below to learn all about fossils.

Task:

Make your own fossil. Take a look at the videos below to learn about how you can make your own fossils at home. (Remember to be safe and aske an adult for help)

Once you have finished your fossil (whichever method you may have used), please post a picture of it on Weduc to share with others and to enter our Y3 competition for the coolest fossil.

 


Geography/History

Bronze Age - WB 01.06.20

The Bronze Age was when people first worked out how to make bronze. Bronze is made up of at least two metals, usually copper and tin. The invention of bronze was important because it allowed people to make certain objects in a way that was much better than how they had been made previously.

Watch the video from ‘The Story of Britain’ to learn about life in the Bronze Age:https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/story-of-britain-bronze-age-britain/znrygwx

Extra resources:

What was life like in the Bronze Age? - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z82hsbk/articles/z874kqt

Making a bronze axe video -

 

 

Bronze age families - https://www.ancientcraft.co.uk/Archaeology/bronze-age/bronzeage_living.html

 

 

This week's task is outlined in the word document below.

There is also a knowledge organiser which children should be using over the next couple weeks to learn about key vocabulary, key time periods and tools that were used in the Stone age.


Global Citizenship Day

This year Grafton are celebrating Global Citizenship Day on the 4th June 2020.

Watch this introduction video to the Global Goals.

 

 

 

 

See what some young people around the world have done to help meet some of the goals.

 

 

 

 

Watch this video to get some ideas about how to get started:

 

 

 

 

This year we are focussing on what we can do to help meet

global goal 13 – climate action

ACTIVITY

Have a look at the sheet “Simple Ways to Save the Climate.”

Create either a poster, a booklet or a power point informing others how they can help to save the climate.

Then choose one way that you are going to help save the climate.  Write down a statement saying what you are going to do and maybe put a photo of yourself holding the statement onto Weduc.  Here’s an example statement.

“I commit to making sure I switch off the lights and screens when I am not using them and I will encourage my family to do the same.”

 

Please find the Global Citizenship Day document below.

 


Physical Education

Starting Monday 23rd March, the Body Coach (Joe Wicks) will be hosting a free workout aimed at kids LIVE on his YouTube channel. With the schools closed and with us all spending more time at home, it's a great way keep moving and stay healthy and positive. The workouts will be fun and suitable for all ages and even adults can get involved. You don't need any equipment, just tune in to his YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout. 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvQafyve889qVcPxYEjdSTl

He has also teamed up with BBC Children in Need as their Schools Ambassador and they have created some excellent Move videos.  Great to use as they are simple and quick to pick up and can be used any time you and your children want to get moving and get energised. 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/twinkl-move/joe-wicks-twinkl-move

real PE

real PE at home – online learning resources

real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity.

For children in Key Stage 2 there are carefully selected personal best challenges, skills and games designed for the home and garden. Daily and weekly guidance is provided for both programmes in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months.

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com 
Parent email: parent@graftonpri-1.com
Password: graftonpri

 


   Art

L.O: To be able to create a personal still life painting.

Different objects convey meaning and reveal information about a person’s interests and personality.

 

Please find the Art documents for this week down below.

 


Spanish

   This week in Spanish children are learning how to introduce themselves, saying what their name is. The worksheet for this week can be found down below.

 

Activities
1. Revise the vocabulary by playing games on Linguascope.

https://www.linguascope.com/

2. Learn this song to practice how to count from one to twenty.
Canción de los Números de Basho and Friends

 

 

 

 

 


Extra resources for children to access

Espresso login

 


Weekly life skill challenge: