Year 3 Home Learning Week Thirteen

Hola Year 3!

I hope you enjoyed Dougal’s Deep Sea Diary. I can’t believe we are in July! I had hoped we might be back together so I left the topic of Play Scripts until the end of term. Missing you all! If you would like to share some work that you are proud of or have any issues about home learning please email: year3savshomelearning@outlook.com

Maths

Use your problem solving skills to solve these maths mystery games. You could do a clue a day. Don’t forget to read the clues carefully.

The-mystery-of-the-missing-emoji---Challenge-1.pdf

Year-3-The-mystery-of-the-missing-tennis-balls---Challenge-2.pdf

The-Mystery-of-the-Missing-Racket---Challenge-3.pdf

The-Mystery-of-the-Missing-Racket---Answers.pdf

Extension: White Rose has put together some problem solving packs if you would like some additional problems.

KS1-Reasoning-and-Problem-Solving-Questions-White-Rose-Maths-Hub.pdf

KS2-Reasoning-and-problem-solving-questions-White-Rose-Maths-Hub.pdf

Reading  

This play is based on real events. In 1907 a boy named Arthur Godbold discovered this bronze head. He really did whitewash it and later sell it at auction. Today the statue can be seen at The British Museum. But how did the head become buried in sand at the edge of the River Alde? We need to travel back in time to the Celt rebellion led by Boudicca to find out more... 

A-Roman-Play-Introduction-and-Cast-List.pdf

A-Roman-Play-Scene-1-and-Scene-2.pdf

English

  1. Different types of sentences                                                                                           

2.  To recognise features of a play script.

Read about the Features of a Play Script Play-Script-Features.pdf

  • A colon: is used to show what a character is saying.
  • Stage directions are given (in brackets).

       Your task is to make a poster explaining what Features a Play Script needs to have

        Example: Features-of-a-play-script-poster.pdf

3. Read Scenes 1 and 2 from The Emperor’s Head – A Roman Play by Julia Donaldson.

Ask a parent or sibling to take turns reading parts with you

  • Use a loud clear speaking voice
  • Try to follow stage directions where possible

4. To write an opening scene to a known play.

Today try writing your own version of Julia Donaldson’s play

  • Write a setting description. Play-Script-backdrops.pdf
  • Write a list of characters using commas
  • Use capital letters for characters names and colons:
  • Give stage directions using brackets ( )

If you have the opportunity to email me a copy of your scene I would love to read it!

5. Review and perform your play script.

Could you record your scene performance and send it to a family member or friend?

  • Re-read edit and improve your Play Script
  • Use a loud clear speaking voice
  • Try to act out follow stage directions

Spellings

Group 1 words with silent letters

Group 2 words with silent letters

Group 3 words with silent letters

build

build

build

guide

guide

guide

guard

guard

guard

wheat

wheat

wheat

whirl

whirl

whirl

whale

whale

whale

 

surprise

surprise

 

honest

honest

 

 

gnaw

 

 

gnome

Cursive-Handwriting-Practice-Sheet.pdf

Roll-a-Word-Spelling-Game.pdf

Word-Search-Black-and-White.pdf

Geography

Find out how and why Romans built roads across Britannia (2 mins) https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks1--ks2-explain-this-roman-roads/z7c8wty

A map of Roman Roads in Britain (2 mins) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zdgrkqt

Make your own map showing the Roman roads in Britain Roman-Roads-in-Britain.pdf

History

Find out about life in the Roman army https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwmpfg8/articles/zqbnfg8

A day in the life of a Roman soldier (5 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5e7cl19Ha0

Draw your own soldier and label the uniform following the tutorial below or Roman-soldier-to-label.pdf

Art

How to draw a Roman soldier (20mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uEkOhWJWb0

DT

Can you cut and construct a Roman soldier?  Ancient-Rome-Paper-Model-Soldier.pdf

Get Moving

Join the Roman Army and learn a few Latin commands

Part I (4 mins)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybtMv6WD100

Part II (4 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DtEwmKZjGQ

Music

Romans Program 1- Signals (20 mins) Perform rhythm-actions for making buildings, bridges and roads and learn how the Roman army communicated movements in code, with fanfare signals.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/music-ks2-romans-1-signals/zj3wd6f

Science

Find out about the Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant Flowering-Plant-Life-Cycle.pdf

Plant’s Life Cycle BBC Bitesize Science https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcSgaUBwIn4

Draw your own flowering plant life cycle or Life-Cycle-of-a-Flowering-Plant-Activity.pdf

RE

Jesus taught his disciples using parables, stories that had a message. Sometimes the messages were hidden; sometimes they were quite clear.

The Parable of the Lost Sheep (2 mins) Would a shepherd really leave 99 sheep unguarded to go and look for one? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ry2MaMyvGo

The Parable of the Good Samaritan (2 mins) What would you do if you found someone injured at the side of the road? What is meant by the phrase “Who is your neighbour?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrVmbIr0zrg

Can made up stories tell a truth? The-moral-of-stories.pdf