This is the area where you find the work children are asked to complete if they are self isolating. The work completed is exactly the same whether the children are in the school building or at home.
- Maths and English work
- Other subjects complete as much as you can from the grid.
- Extra activities are always available if your child is wanting more!
If you have any queries with the work please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support,
Please find below enough English work for a week's absence. if you require anymore check out the extra section of this page
Day One - Watch the video of me reading the Roman myth 'Romulus and Remus' or read the ebook yourself/with a grown up
Day Two - Watch the video showing you how to sequence the story (pick your difficulty (1 star - 3 stars) and complete some information on the main characters (answers provided)
Day Three - Look at the sentences from the story. You need to improve them by add adjectives and adverbs to make the sentences more interesting.
Day Four - Match events from the story to when in the story they take place - beginning, middle and end. Also, write paragraphs retelling the story including speech.
Day Five - Handwriting practice of words from the story.
Spellings - please see You tube channel for this week's spelling work.
|Day 1 romulus-and-remus-ebook.exe||Download|
|Day 1 romulus-and-remus-ebook.mp4||Download|
|Day 2 - Character table.pdf||Download|
|Day 2 - Video on sequencing story and character work.mp4||Download|
|Day 2 -Story Sequencing Cards.pdf||Download|
|Day 3 - Uplevel sentences.docx||Download|
|Day 4 -Story structure.docx||Download|
|Day 4 -Writing your own paragraph with speech.docx||Download|
|Day 5 - Handwriting of book words.html||Download|
Day 1 - Watch the video and complete the work on how to construct a tally chart. Don't forget to complete the challenge!
Day 2 - More work on tally charts today. Watch the video and complete the activities
Day 3 - Watch the videos about making pictograms and complete today's work. Don't forget the challenge.
Day 4 - More Pictograms problems to solve today. Watch the videos, complete the problems then finish with the challenge
Day 5 - Watch today's video all about drawing your own pictograms. Pick the difficulty of questions you wish to complete and have a look at the challenge.
|Day 1 - Tally charts challenge.docx||Download|
|Day 1 - Video on tally charts work.mp4||Download|
|Day 1- Tally Charts work and answers.docx||Download|
|Day 2 - Tally Chart teaching slides.pptx||Download|
|Day 2 - Tally chart work and challenge.pptx||Download|
|Day 2 - Tally charts work video.mp4||Download|
|Day 2 Tally Charts video.mp4||Download|
|Day 3 - Challenge.pptx||Download|
|Day 3 - Pictograms input activities.pptx||Download|
|Day 3 - Pictograms video lesson.mp4||Download|
Foundation Subjects work
|Art - Design your own Roman Vase.pdf||Download|
|Health and Movement Teaching slides.pdf||Download|
|PSHE Question Cards.pdf||Download|
|Really Rare Runes.pdf||Download|
Mrs E Makes it easy!
There's lots of opportunity to practice your spelling and Maths on Mrs Earnshaw's You tube channel. New videos added very week! Don't forget to 'like' the videos!
Extra Tasks and ideas for further work
Want to do some extra work on your reading at home? Ask your parents to visit Reading Eggs and sign up for a free 30 day trial:
Also, check out these websites for free ebooks if you want to do lots of extra reading:
Don't forget there will be a task on Spag.com and My Maths.com for you too.
Here's lots of extra sheets to keep you going if your child wants more!
Try and explore Education city - Loads of games and activities for you to complete. See your log in below.
Keep up to date with your Spanish with these helpful websites:
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KEY LEARNING IN YEAR 3
Please find below a times table poster. Children must know all their times tables by the end of Year 4 and will take a statutory test at the end of this year group. Therefore we must prepare them as soon as possible. Please print this if you wish to.
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