Good morning Year 3,
I hope that your are all ok and managed the work on measures and apostrophes yesterday.
Today's tasks are as follows-
Today I would like you to do the handwriting sheets, like we did last Wednesday. These won't take you a long time, so if you have finished, you can either complete the comprehension work from Monday, if you haven't done this yet, or find out the meanings of any words that you are not sure of, recording this as a simple sentence.
* We are continuing with our topic on measuring lines in both cm and mm and being able to understand how some measures are the same, for example 7cm is the same (equivalent) to 70mm and 9cm would be equivalent to 90mm. I would ask everybody to start with the first sheet, to get you into this and develop your confidence, because the second sheet begins to get a little more tricky! For example you may be asked what 67mm is the same as (6cm and 7mm) or 125mm (12cm and 5mm). Have a go. Over the next few weeks we will be doing a lot of work around this and hopefully you will become very confident.
* Did you manage to talk to an adult or your brother and sister on the purpose of the skeleton last week? Today, lets see if we can remember some of the scientific names for the bones in our body. If you can't remember, have a look online with permission.
* Mrs Rowland has also put some practical science activities on the website for you to have a go at.
Don't forget to keep your times tables ticking over and keep up the hard work on reading the time from both a digital and analogue clock. However, most important, take plenty of breaks, get some exercise and if you are able to, some fresh air in your back garden.
Keep working hard and I will see you all soon!