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Tuesday 28th April

Tuesday 28th April

 

Well done for continuing to work hard on your home learning! As long as you are trying your best with it, that is all that matters. It's been great to see some of the photos you are sending in. 

 

Maths

I have set a battle on TTRS - Year 3 against Year 5!! It starts today and finishes on Friday 8th May. Please log on and play a few games. I know Year 5 are 2 years older but you are all amazing at times tables so I'm sure you will be able to get us lots of points! laugh 

 

Today please go to:

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

Go to Week 2 Lesson 3 – Fractions of a set of objects (2) and watch the video.

While you are watching the video, it might tell you to pause it at certain points and complete some questions. Please take a look at the question sheet I have attached below called ‘Fractions of a set of objects (2)’. Once you have finished the questions, you can check your answers using the answer sheet. If you are struggling while you are doing the worksheet, take another look at the video. If you’re really not sure, you could miss a question out and go back to it at the end. If you're still not sure at the end then just leave the question. Don’t worry if you are finding some of the questions difficult, just try your best with it! Even if you do half of them, that is better than nothing! 

 

When you are dividing, remember to share out your tens first and then your ones. If you can’t share out your tens equally, you will need to exchange them for ones. Remember that your denominator (number on the bottom) tells you how many equal groups you need. The numerator (number on the top) tells you how many of those groups you need to count. Also remember to draw your counters to help. You don’t have to work everything out in your head!  

 

English

Read through the document ‘Subordinate Clauses Information’ to find out what you are doing for your English work. Then use the document ‘Subordinate Clauses Pictures’ to help you with your work.

We have learnt about subordinate clauses earlier in the year so this is recapping what you have already learnt.

Please also log on to Read Theory and complete at least 2 reading activities.

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