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Wednesday 27th May

Good morning Class 3,

Hope you are all keeping busy and having fun!

Keep posting your work or telling me about what you have been doing, I really enjoy hearing and seeing what you have been up to!

 

Today, I would like you to think about number sequences.

A number sequence is a list of numbers that are linked by a rule.

If you work out the rule, you can work out the next numbers in the sequence.

 

Click on the link below to find out more:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z69k7ty/articles/zyd4rdm

 

Complete the number sequences below…

 

What is the rule for each sequence?

 

Example:

 

2, 4, 6,  8,  10,  12                      Rule:   Add  2

 

 

• 2, 3, 4,  __, __, __                     Rule:

• 5, 10, 15,  __, __, __                 Rule:

• 10, 20, 30,  __, __, __               Rule:

• 13, 23, 33,  __, __, __               Rule:

• 100, 90, 80, __, __, __              Rule:

 

 

• 12, __, 22, 27, __, __                Rule:

• __, 30, 35, 40, __, __                Rule:

• 66, 55, __,  33, __, __               Rule:

• __, 22, 34,  __, 58, __               Rule:

• 27, 24, __, 18, __, __                Rule:

 

 

 

Challenge:

 

Make up your own number sequences for someone else to solve.

 

Remember this song we love to sing in class, click on the song title 'Seven Continents Song'

Times Tables: 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x, 8x, 10x

 

Also don't forget to practice your times tables every day!

Say them out loud, shout them, sing them, chant them when doing some exercise, test your family, make up a game, write them down or think of your own way to practice them!

Remember to share your work on our class dB primary blog.

Don't forget to post your work on our class dB primary blog, I would love to see what you have been doing!

Take care all of you,

Miss Higginson


 

Monday 25th/Tuesday 26th May

Good morning Class 3,

I am so impressed with all the amazing work and activities you have been doing, you are all superstars keep up the good work!

Today, I would like you to think about inverted commas.

Click on the link below to learn more about inverted commmas.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/ztcp97h

 

Can you use inverted commas to write short conversations about the topics below:

 

  • favourite food
  • weather
  • favourite subject
  • hobbies
  • playtime 

 

 

Example:

"What is your favourite season?" asked Jack.

" My favourite season is Winter." replied Sam.

" Why is it your favourite?" said Jack.

" I love when it snows and Christmas time!" declared Sam happily.

 

 

Remember:

  • they go before and after what is said
  • to add the punctuation inside the inverted commas
  • to use adverbs
  • use other words to said

Maths

Can you multiply and divide by 8?

Click on the link below to find out more:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvvsy9q

Some calculations to try:

3 x 8 =                      

2 x 8 =

6 x 8 =

5 x 8 =

9 x 8 =

10 x 8 =

4 x 8 =

Challenge:

Write the division facts for each calculation above.

 

 

Remember this song we love to sing in class, click on the song title 'Seven Continents Song'

Times Tables: 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x, 8x, 10x

 

Also don't forget to practice your times tables every day!

Say them out loud, shout them, sing them, chant them when doing some exercise, test your family, make up a game, write them down or think of your own way to practice them!

Remember to share your work on our class dB primary blog.

Don't forget to post your work on our class dB primary blog, I would love to see what you have been doing!

Take care all of you,

Miss Higginson

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Monday 25th May

Good morning Class 3,

I am so impressed with all the amazing work and activities you have been doing, you are all superstars keep up the good work!

 

Today, I would like you to think about inverted commas.

Click on the link below to learn more about inverted commmas.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/ztcp97h

 

 

Can you use inverted commas to write short conversations about the topics below:

 

  • favourite food
  • weather
  • favourite subject
  • hobbies
  • playtime 

 

 

Example:

"What is your favourite season?" asked Jack.

" My favourite season is Winter." replied Sam.

" Why is it your favourite?" said Jack.

" I love when it snows and Christmas time!" declared Sam happily.

 

 

Remember:

  • they go before and after what is said
  • to add the punctuation inside the inverted commas
  • to use adverbs
  • use other words to said

 

 

Remember this song we love to sing in class, click on the song title 'Seven Continents Song'

Times Tables: 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x, 8x, 10x

 

Also don't forget to practice your times tables every day!

Say them out loud, shout them, sing them, chant them when doing some exercise, test your family, make up a game, write them down or think of your own way to practice them!

Remember to share your work on our class dB primary blog.

Don't forget to post your work on our class dB primary blog, I would love to see what you have been doing!

Take care all of you,

Miss Higginson

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