Good morning Year 3!
We hope you all enjoyed yesterday's tasks.
In this English lesson, you will learn about bullet points.
Activity 1 - Using the link provided, watch the videos and complete the activities suggested. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/z2yydxs
Activity 2 - Share on the Year 3 blog called 'Thursday English' what you have learnt about bullet points.
Offline Option: Create a bullet point list of all the items your adult might need at the shop this week or you could write a list of toys you have. This can be a list of your choice.
Here is an example:
A list of classes in Surrey Street:
In this maths lesson, you will be comparing and ordering numbers up to 1000.
Online option: Follow the BBC lesson using this link and watch the videos:https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb86t39
Activity 2 – Comment on the year 3 blog to let us know how you found today's tasks and to tell us how you did the follow up activities at home.
Activity 1 – Write down six different three digit numbers.
For example 325, 145, 874, 982, 345, 178
Activity 2 – Can you show the value of each digit in the number?
For example 325 – 3 hundreds, 2 tens and 5 units
Activity 3 – Can you now order them from smallest to largest?
You can write your answers on paper at home. Once you have completed the activity, repeat it again with a different set of numbers. You can also ask someone at home to join in and then you can order all of the numbers from smallest to largest!
In today's geography lesson, you will be identifying capital cities in Europe.
Activity 1 - Go through the slides above identifying the major capital cities in Europe.
Activity 2 - On the Year 3 blog called 'Thursday Geography', share the capital cities you learnt about and what country they are from. You can use the list provided below.
Activity 3 - Test yourself with this game. How many capital cities can you match to their country? https://www.ducksters.com/games/europe_capital_cities_map_game.php
Using the list provided below, create your own flash cards.Can you match the capital city to their country? You can then use the cards to play memory games.
France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Russia, Greece, Poland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Croatia, Norway, Romania, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Finland, Iceland, Hungary, United Kingdom, Ireland,Bulgaria, Albania, Slovenia, Malta, Slovakia
Paris, Rome, Berlin, Madrid, Moscow, Athens, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bern, Stockholm, Brussels, Vienna, Copenhagen, Zagreb, Oslo, Bucharest, Prague, Kyiv, Helsinki, Reykjavik, Budapest, London, Dublin, Sofia, Tirana, Ljubljana, Valletta, Bratislava
Remember to also check your class blog and display boards each day!
Hope you enjoy your tasks for today. Remember to try and follow the suggested daily timetable to keep your mind and body healthy. Have a good day!
Miss Rabheru, Miss Massarotto and Mrs Kistruck