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Week beginning 4.5.20

Good morning Year 3!  I hope you all had a lovely weekend with your families.  Are we ready for another week of home learning?
 
Remember to keep in touch at least once each week using the class blog. Also once each week, email school with a piece of work you have done.  It would be lovely to see and hear what you have all been up to - I am missing you all.

 

Here are your daily tasks for this week.  I will also add tasks for you to complete each day.
 
Daily activities
Bug Club
TT Rock Stars
Spellings
Joe Wicks daily workout
Out of the Ark ‘A Song a Day’


Monday
Today I would like you to use the BBC Bitesize website for your English and history work.
English – to identify where inverted commas need to be used in a sentence to show when someone is speaking
History – learn about life in Britain during the Stone Age

Maths – Use the link below for your White Rose maths learning – lesson 1 convert pounds and pence


 

VE Day – 75th Anniversary

This Friday, 8th May, we mark 75 years since VE Day.

VE Day, which stands for Victory in Europe Day, was the day when allied forces announced the surrender of Germany in Europe on May 8th, 1945. It marked the end of Adolf Hitler’s reign and was a cause for celebration all over the world. At 3pm that day, Prime Minister Winston Churchill told the nation that the war was over. In London, a crowd of 50,000 celebrated the momentous event in Piccadilly Circus, cheering and waving flags in the street. This year is particularly poignant, given that it’s the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

 

Even though we are in Lockdown there are still plenty of ways you can get involved in the big day.  You could have a special VE Day celebrations picnic or afternoon tea with your family and decorate your house with flags and bunting. You could even make some VE Day snacks and treats.

 

I will be adding some activities, tasks and links each day this week.

 

For today's task, play the video below (pause it when you need to) and answer the questions - post your answers on our class bog or email them to me at school.

VE Day 75th Anniversary

Still image for this video

Tuesday

VE Day – 75th Anniversary

In his VE Day speech, Winston Churchill said,

“Do not despair, do not yield to violence and tyranny, march straight forward.”

How can you keep going when you face difficult or worrying times?

Read the extract from Winston Churchill’s speech on the next page.

Write your own speech for the day we can celebrate lockdown being over and being able to see our friends and family again.

"God bless you all. This is your victory! It is the victory of the cause of freedom in every land. In all our long history we have never seen a greater day than this. Everyone, man or woman, has done their best. Everyone has tried. Neither the long years, nor the dangers, nor the fierce attacks of the enemy, have in any way weakened the independent resolve of the British nation. God bless you all..."

 

English and Geography

Today I would like you to use the BBC Bitesize website for your English and geography work.
English – to identify and be able to use expanded noun phrases

Geography – learn about time zones

 

Maths

Use the link above for your White Rose maths learning – lesson 2

 

Don't forget to post your work on our class blog or email it to me at school.

Have a great day

Mrs B x

 

 

Wednesday

Today I would like you to use the BBC Bitesize website for your English and science work.
English – to understand what a recount is.
Science – Learn what plants need to live

Maths – Use the link above for your White Rose maths learning – lesson 3

 

Thursday

THE VIRTUAL VE DAY FESTIVAL PROGRAMME

The National Museum of the Royal Navy, the National Army Museum and the Royal Air Force Museum are joining forces to host a free online festival, bringing to life the stories of those who helped deliver Victory in Europe.  Click on the link below for lots of free events from dances from the forties for you to join in with, a wartime sing a long with the Bluebird Belles and on Friday they are hosting a "Dance For VE Day" event with a live swing-time troupe and band!

 

Maths, English and computing

Today I would like you to use the BBC Bitesize website for your English and computing work.
English – learn about summarising information and explaining your opinion about a character
Computing – learn about how computers work

Maths – Use the link above for your White Rose maths learning – lesson 4

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