Monday, April 20^{th} 2020
Good Morning. I hope you have all had a lovely Easter break and enjoyed a fun and relaxing time together. This would have been the second half of our Spring Term together so that means over half of our time in year 3 is already over L.
Here are the activity levels for your work as a reminder:
Bronze – all complete Silver – additional challenge |
Gold – high challenge
Literacy: HF words for this week – Copy out the following to learn for a test on Friday.
without, enough, country, father, mother, picture, during, sure, heard and change
L.O: Recognise and use past tense verbs
When we write stories, diaries or reports we can write in the past tense. Sometimes it can get a little tricky to remember what tense we are in and we can mix up present and past. Many past tense verbs end in 'ed' these are called regular verb endings. Here are some:
walk – walked call - called
play - played kick – kicked
Irregular verbs include:
sing – sang eat – ate
Bronze Level - Copy these sentences. The verbs are all in the PRESENT TENSE.
Underline each verb and write out the sentence again in the PAST TENSE.
The first one has been done for you.
A) 1) Peter is drying his face. Yesterday Peter dried his face.
2) Sarah is reading a comic.
3) Joshua is playing a guitar.
4) Noel is painting a picture.
5) Sian is combing her hair.
6) Chad is watching television.
7) Steve is kicking a ball.
8) Kirsty is dressing her doll.
9) Mike is climbing a tree.
10) Mr. Jones is having a cup of coffee.
Silver Level – Find the past tense for these irregular verbs and write sentences using them: stick, are, have, begin, break ( a glass), lose, ride, swim, bring, forgave
Gold Level – Write a paragraph to include all the past tense words from Silver Level so it makes sense. What other irregular past tense verbs can you find?
Numeracy:
Warm up: Make 100
63 + ? =
The units digit needs to add to 10 So 3 + 7 =10
The tens digit needs to make 9 So 6 + 3 = 9
The 3 goes in the tens column and the 7 in the units column so 37
63+37 = 100
Try:
47 + ? = 100
82 + ? = 100
24 + ? = 100
55 + ? = 100
31 + ? = 100
TT Blast which is an interactive game to help with times tables speed. You can access this daily to improve on score and speed.
L.O: To revise multiplying by multiples of 10
3 x 4 = 12 so 3 x 40 = 120 (4 becomes ten times bigger so the answer will become ten times bigger)
Bronze Level -
1) 3 x 5= so 3 x 50 =
2) 6 x 3 = so 6 x 30 =
3) 8 x 2 = so 8 x 20 =
4) 2 x 7 = so 2 x 70 =
5) 5 x 1 = so 5 x 10 =
6) 4 x 8 = so 4 x 80 =
Silver Level -
1) 5m x 50 =
2) 8cm x 30 =
3) 7km x 80 =
4) 6g x 70 =
5) 4mg x 90 =
6) 3L x 60 =
7) 6ml x 30 =
8) 6s x 80 =
9) 2mm x 80 =
10) 9kg x 30 =
Gold Level –
1) Mrs Peacock decides to run 40 laps of her garden each day for 7 days. How much distance does she cover?
2) Mrs Miles wants to buy 2 boxes of sweets. Each box costs £20. How much does it cost in total?
3) A box has 7kg of oranges in it. How many kilograms of oranges are in 60 boxes?
4) 8 friends put together their pears. They each have 50 pears. How many are there in total?
5) Miss Powell has 5 boxes. Each box has 30 cherries. How many cherries are there in total?
6) Mrs Christofi buys the staff a gift for all their hard work. There are 17 members and each gift costs £30. How much has she spent altogether?
Daily Welsh: Revise the language patterns below. Take turns to ask and answer them.
Beth yw d'enw di? (What's your name?) …..ydw i.
Ble rwy't ti'n byw? (Where do you live?) Dwi'n byw yn…….
Sut wyt ti? (How are you?) Dwi'n ……
Ble rwy't ti'n mynd i'r ysgol? (Where do you go to school) Dw'in mynd i ysgol…….
Pa lliw ydy dy gwallt di? (What colour is your hair?) Mae gwallt…….da fi
Pa lliw ydy dy llygaid di? (What colour are your eyes?) Mae llygaid……da fi
Faint ydy d'oed di? (How old are you?) Dwi'n ……oed