Below are some learning activities and a couple of fun things for you to do over the weekend! Please make sure you are getting out and doing exercise. I am going for a runs and cycling through my local park every day and this is completely fine because I am making sure that I always social distance. Please don't feel that it is unsafe to go outside - it is fine to do this as long as you follow the following guidelines:
- remember your social distancing (some people aren't very good at doing this so you have to be aware and move so that you are at a safe distance from them)
- don't touch anything while you are outside (if you touch anything- use hand sanitiser)
- don't meet other people when you are out
- don't stop and sit on a park bench- keep moving at all times
- when you get home from being outside wash you hands as soon as you come back in
Remember you should be reading everyday for 20 minutes!
Spellings of the months of the year:
e way I would like you to structure your story is as follows. Have a main event/ problem in the middle. How will you resolve it :
You see the small door . Where might you be when you walk through? I walk through and I end up in ANCIENT EGYPT.
Main Event - I am trapped in a pyramid? How will I get out?
What happens next? Ancient Egyptian child finds me and helps me get out. she tells me that she has been through the door - she tells me that I have to get back to the door because it will close soon.
Play the robot game!
Time: 30 minutes
What you’ll need: Nothing.
How to play: One player is the robot, the other is its creator.
The robot must follow every instruction it is given.
The creator should decide on a simple task that he wants the robot to complete.It could be making a sandwich, brushing their teeth, feeding the cat or any other number of random chores.
The creator then begins giving simple, clear instructions.
It is the robot’s job to take the instructions completely literally.
If told to “walk forward”, the robot should walk until they hit a wall and carry on walking.
If told to “turn left”, the robot should continually turn left in a circle until told to stop.
If told to do anything complicated (e.g. “Go upstairs”) the robot should say,
‘Bleep, bloop, does not compute.’
They will need much clear and simple instructions.so stead you would say“Lift your left leg and place your left foot on the stair in front of you,” After the task is completed, swap roles and try a new task.
Tips – If you’re the robot and feel like you aren’t getting enough instructions, don’t stop being the robot to to complain about it.
Instead, say something like,
“Bleep bloop, further data required,” or, “Query: direction of walking unclear. Awaiting input.”
Want to meet some Zebras?
The link below should open to a video of Zebra's from Paradise Wildlife Park.
In the mood for a dance? Try some Zumba!
Have a lovely weekend Year 3! Keep washing your hand and fingers crossed for some sunshine!!