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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

WB. 27.04.20

 

Friday 1st May 2020

Hello Year 3!

 

Today's Over and Above Star is...

Rebecca

You have been blowing the teachers away with all your hard work in school. You are putting in 100% effort to every single task. We are very proud of you!

 

 

Did you know that today is National Space Day?

Friday 1st May is National Space Day. Each year on the first Friday of May, scientists and space enthusiasts gather together to celebrate Space Day.

The day was created to observe the many wonders of the unknown space that our planet, and plenty of others, floats in. It encourages children to take an interest in the scientific field of space travel.

Once you have finished your maths and writing tasks for today, have a go at some of the fabulous activities at the bottom of the page to get you excited about the solar system, space travel and what it is like to be an astronaut. 

 

astronaut in spacesuit floating in space

 

Maths

Miss Marriott, Miss Fernandez and Miss Aldridge’s Maths groups:

Have a go at White Rose's Problems of the Day. Complete the orange questions.

Click on the link to complete your task for today. If you need the link for the subtracting lengths step-by-step guide, click here.

 

Miss Youldon’s Group’s group:

Click on the link to complete your task.

 

Writing

 Use your plan and all of your and all of your ideas and work from this week to create your very own persuasive leaflet to persuade the Romans to join the army. Before you start, take a look at some examples of leaflets on Pobble!

 

galaxy

Space Activities

 

  • Listen to a space story: ‘A computer called Katherine’ by Suzanne Slade
  • Draw a galaxy.
  • Listen to and try to join in with this super space song.
  • Check if you have what you need to complete balloon rocket experiment.
  • Can you rise to the challenge of the times tables meteor game?
  • Design your own planet. Think about the colour, how many moons it has, who lives there, the name and what materials makes up the surface.
  • Watch these short animations to learn about the history of comets.
  • Join in with this space dance.
  • Watch this National Geographic video about the solar system.
  • Write down ten items that you would take to space (draw pictures too).
  • Listen to some space songs (Blur – Beagle 2, ELO - Ticket to The Moon, Inspiral Carpets - Saturn V).
  • Design and make your own rocket using junk modelling materials (cardboard boxes, plastic pots etc).
  • Create your own Space quiz. Click on the link for some ideas.
  • Create spelling rockets. Click on the link for more information.

 

Here are 5 facts to get you started…

 

Space is completely silent.

 

Mercury and Venus are the only 2 planets in our Solar System that have no moons.

 

The hottest planet in our Solar System is Venus.

 

One million Earths could fit inside the sun!

 

There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth.

 

Can you find out more?

 

Solar System, Planet, Planetary System

 

Have Fun!

Love Miss Youldon, Miss Marriott and Miss Mullett

xxx

Thursday 30th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3!

 
Today's Over and Above Star is...

Priya

Well done for working so hard at home! You have especially impressed us with your fantastic writing, you are a brilliant author. We can't wait to read more of your creative work - keep it up! 

 

Book of the day:  ‘Lotus & Feather’ by Ji-li Jiang

https://www.storylineonline.net/books/lotus-and-feather/

 

Let’s doodle together!

Draw a cartoon cheeseburger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=db1dd9S1_kY

 

Stay in the loop:

Edinburgh Zoo have live webcams in their animal enclosures so that you can keep up with what their furry friends are doing.

 

Morning Workout:

Join children across the world as they do PE with Joe Wicks.

Follow the link to his YouTube channel and tune in to the daily live PE lesson (live at 9am).

See if you can convince your family to join in with you!

 

Reading Task:

Follow the link and complete your reading task for today.

 

Maths Task:

Miss Marriott, Miss Fernandez and Miss Aldridge’s Maths groups:

Practise your 8 times table by playing Beat the Clock. Miss Marriott managed to score 40. Can you get a higher score?

Have a go at White Rose's Problems of the Day. Complete the orange questions.

Click on the link to complete your task for today. If you would like to recap yesterday’s steps to add lengths, click here.

If you finish quickly, try to beat your high score on TT Rockstars.

 

Miss Youldon’s Maths group:

Practise your 4 times table by doing the Daily 10 (Level 3, Multiplication, x4 Table up to 12).

Follow the link to complete your Bronze, Silver and Gold task.    

If you finish quickly, try to beat your high score on TT Rockstars.

 

Writing Task:

Click the link to complete your writing task. 

Click here to see the planning document.

 

SPAG Task:

Complete an activity on Spag.com

 

Topic Task:

MfL task:

Warm up your brain ready for your French lesson by listening to this song. Listen out for words that you know. Can you tell a grown up what the words mean?

Now that you have warmed up, listen to this song about animals and join in with the words if you can! If you are stuck, use the French animals Powerpoint to remind yourself of the French words for different animals.

To test yourself and see how much you remember, follow the link and play the ‘Animal Labelling in French’ game.

Remember, if you are missing our weekly MfL lessons and would like some extra French challenges, you can explore our brand new MfL page!

If you would like to send Madame Livesey pictures of your work, please email mfl@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk .

 

Music task:

Click on the link and complete the task.

 

Sporty Spelling:

How much would you like to challenge yourself today? Click on the level of challenge that you would like to try and get started with your work out.

BRONZE

SILVER

GOLD

 

We miss you all, Year 3!

Miss Marriott, Miss Youldon and Miss Mullett :) x

 

Wednesday 29th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3!

 
Today's Over and Above Star is...

Luke

Luke has been working very hard at home. We were particularly impressed with your topic work.

Keep it up Luke you star!

 

Book of the day:  ‘The Good Egg’ by Jory John and Pete Oswald.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6TjVmTOVGs

 

Let’s doodle together!

Draw a lion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWGsch52q70 

 

Stay in the loop:

Edinburgh Zoo have live webcams in their animal enclosures so that you can keep up with what their furry friends are doing.

 

Morning Workout:

Join children across the world as they do PE with Joe Wicks.

Follow the link to his YouTube channel and tune in to the daily live PE lesson (live at 9am).

See if you can convince your family to join in with you!

 

Reading Task:

Click on the link,  read the text about the Rampaging Romans.

When You have finished reading, decide on the level of questions you will answer.

After, mark your work. How did you do?

 

Maths Task:

Miss Marriott, Miss Fernandez and Miss Aldridge’s Maths groups:

Practise your 3 times table by playing Beat The Clock. Miss Marriott managed to score 35. Can you get a higher score?

Have a go at White Rose’s Problems of the Day. Complete the orange questions. If you would like an extra challenge, try blue question 2 as well.

Click on the link to complete your task for today.

If you finish quickly, try to beat your high score on TT Rockstars.

 

Miss Youldon’s Maths group:

Dance along with our 4 times table song.  

Follow the link   to complete your Bronze, Silver and Gold task.

If you finish quickly, try to beat your high score on TT Rockstars.

 

Writing Task:

Click on the link and complete your task for today.

 

SPAG Task:

Complete an activity on Spag.com

 

Topic Task:

Click on the link and watch the video to find out about Roman Britain.

What did Romans do for us?

List of all the things changed in Britain by the Romans.

Once you have created a list, decide whether these changes were changes for the better or for the worse.

Did they make life better for everyone, or not?

 

Sporty Spelling:

How much would you like to challenge yourself today? Click on the level of challenge that you would like to try and get started with your work out.

 BRONZE

 SILVER

 GOLD

 

 

We are missing you!

Miss Marriott, Miss Youldon and Miss Mullett :) x

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3!

Today is National Superhero Day.

 
Today's Over and Above Star is...

Eseohe

You have impressed us with how hard you have been working at home! We love seeing your fantastic work and it is clear that you are challenging yourself to do your best, well done. You are a superstar!

 

Book of the day:

To celebrate National Superhero Day, our book of the day is ‘How To Be A Hero’ by Florence Parry Heide.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdVsRxGSxAo

 

Let’s doodle together!

Draw a cartoon cat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9idkBoobXyI

 

Stay in the loop:

Edinburgh Zoo have live webcams in their animal enclosures so that you can keep up with what their furry friends are doing.

 

Morning Workout:

Join children across the world as they do PE with Joe Wicks.

Follow the link to his YouTube channel and tune in to the daily live PE lesson (live at 9am).

See if you can convince your family to join in with you!

 

Reading Task:

Click on the link to see the Pobble 365 Superhero picture. Answer the Question Time questions (you do not need to complete the other sections).

 

Login in to Oxford Owl and choose a book to read. Perhaps could find a Superhero story?

In your Home Learning book, answer these questions about your chosen book:

Why did you choose this book?

What type of book do you think it will be? Fiction or non-fiction?

Who do you think the main characters will be?

What do you think might happen in the story?

Now, read your story out loud to a grown up.

 

Maths Task:

Miss Marriott, Miss Fernandez and Miss Aldridge’s Maths groups:

Practise your 4 times table by playing Beat the Clock. Miss Marriott managed to score 37. Can you get a higher score?

Have a go at White Rose’s Problems of the Day. Complete the orange questions.

Click on the link to complete your task for today.

 

Miss Youldon’s Maths group:

Dance along with our 4 times table song.  

Practise your 4 times table by doing the Daily 10 (Level 3, Multiplication, Mixed Tables x2, 5, 10).

Follow the link to complete your Bronze, Silver and Gold task.

 

Writing Task:

Click on the link and complete your task for today.

 

SPAG Task:

Complete an activity on Spag.com

 

Topic Task:

Click on the link to complete the Computing task all about online safety.

We will carry on learning more about online safety over the next few weeks. For now, if you would like an extra challenge, follow the link to complete an online safety quiz. How much do you already know?

 

Sporty Spelling:

For today’s sporty spelling, the choice is in your hands! There are bronzesilver and gold levels of challenge for you to choose between.

How much would you like to challenge yourself today? Click on the level of challenge that you would like to try and get started with your work out.

 

We hope you have a terrific Tuesday!

Miss Marriott, Miss Youldon and Miss Mullett :) x

 

 

Monday 27th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3!

 
Today's Over and Above Star is...

Nelson

You have been putting so much effort into your home learning- you are a superstar!

You should be very proud of all your hard work!

 

Book of the day:  ‘Danny McGee Drinks The Sea’ by Andy Stanton.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1TXjcFAfSw 

 

Let’s doodle together!

Draw a rainbow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dt4SD4e2Z6E

 

Stay in the loop:

Edinburgh Zoo have live webcams in their animal enclosures so that you can keep up with what their furry friends are doing.

 

Morning Workout:

Join children across the world as they do PE with Joe Wicks.

Follow the link to his YouTube channel and tune in to the daily live PE lesson (live at 9am).

See if you can convince your family to join in with you!

CONTACT US

Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

Tel: 0161 205 3864

Email: j.kerton@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk