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Week 2 (29/03/2020)

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Friday 3rd April 2020

 

Question Marks

 

What are punctuation marks?

Punctuation marks are symbols that you see in writing to separate sentences and to clarify meaning.

 

Why are they important?

Punctuation marks tell the reader when to take a breath and how the sentence should be read.

 

What punctuation marks do you know?

You might have thought of full stops, question marks or exclamation marks. Well done if you thought of any others!

 

A question mark ends a sentence which includes a question.

The sentence after a question mark always starts with a capital letter.

 

 What are you doing after lunch?

 

To know whether to use a question mark our a full stop, use the hint below!

 

Hint: If you need to respond (give an answer) to the sentence, then it needs a question mark.

 

Have a go at the worksheet below, for the first one, can you write the words out in the right order to make a question?

 

Tenths as decimals

  1. Click the link below
  2. Click on Week 1
  3. Click on lesson 5
  4. Watch the video on the left

 

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

 

When you've watched it, have a go at the worksheets below!

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Thursday 2nd March 2020

 

Joining words and clauses using and

 

When we speak and write we use words to join together our language:

Who is coming to the party?

James. Mia. à James and Mia.

What are we going to eat?

Jelly. Ice cream. à Jelly and ice cream.

What games will we play?

Pass the parcel. Musical statues. à Pass the parcel and musical statues.

 

We can also use and to join two sentences or parts of sentences together:

 

Ali danced. He had fun. à Ali danced and he had fun.

Becky sat at the table. She ate the party food. à Becky sat at the table and she ate the party food.

Granny brought some cupcakes. Everyone loved them. à Granny brought some cupcakes and everyone loved them.

The children sat in a circle. They played pass the parcel. à The children sat in a circle and they played pass the parcel.

 

 

You are going to work on your own to complete the Party Time Activity Sheet below.

Counting in tenths

  1. Click the link below
  2. Click on Week 1
  3. Click on lesson 4
  4. Watch the video on the left

 

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

 

When you've watched it, have a go at the worksheets below!

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Wednesday 1st April 2020

 

Suffixes – ing

 

When we add –ing to the end of a word, it shows that the action is happening now.

We call this present tense.

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Look at these examples below!

 

dance --> dancing         jump --> jumping      run --> running      shout --> shouting

 

Have a go at the work below!

Counting in tenths

  1. Click the link below
  2. Click on Week 1
  3. Click on lesson 3
  4. Watch the video on the left

 

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

 

When you've watched it, have a go at the worksheets below!

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Tuesday 31st March 2020

 

Suffixes – ed

When we add –ed to the end of a work, it shows that the action is happening in the past.

We call this past tense

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Look at these examples below!

 

Lick à licked         work à worked      burn à burned      yell à yelled

 

Have a go at the work below!

Making the whole

  1. Click the link below
  2. Click on Week 1
  3. Click on lesson 2
  4. Watch the video on the left

 

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

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When you've watched it, have a go at the worksheets below!

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Monday 30th March 2020

 

Singular and Plural

 

The word 'singular' means just one of something.

For example, a house or a boy.

 

The world 'plural means more than one of something.

For examples, houses or boys.

 

When we make a singular noun into a plural noun, the spelling at the end of the noun changes.

 

house ---> houses                   boy ---> boys

 

Write out the pairs of words with their singular and plural below. 

 

 

Unit and non-unit fractions

 

  1. Click the link below
  2. Click on Week 1
  3. Click on lesson 1
  4. Watch the video

 

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

 

When you've watched it, have a go at the worksheets below!

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