Morning year 3!
Thank you to everyone for sharing their growth mindset ideas and telling me what they had been up to! It is lovely to hear from you! I have also got some of your learning which I will be sharing in my blog tomorrow- I may even do a separate blog post because there is so much of it! Keep sending it in- I love to see it.
Reading - Yesterday I asked you to listen to the first 15 minutes of Mary poppins- can you listen to another 15 minutes today. Below are 10 questions- all answers are in the first half an hour so you may need to re listen to yesterdays part again. You can do them verbally or write them down - it is up to you.I will post the answers tomorrow :)
The first 5 questions can be found in the first 15 minutes of the story
1 Who can you ask to find Cherry Tree Lane?
2 Why is number 17 different to all of the other houses? (dilapidated means a building which has not been looked after and cleaned)
3 Why do they need to put an advert in the paper?
4. How did Mary Poppins get up the stairs? Why did this confuse the children?
5 Find a word that means stop talking ? (the answer to this question is after 10 minutes)
The answer to these questions are in the second 15 minutes
6 Why were the children glad that Mary Poppins was there?
7 Mary Poppins likes to get her own way. True or False? Find evidence in the text.
8 What is a froke?
9 Bert and Mary are good friends. How do you know?
10 What two adjectives were used to describe the grass?
We are going to start our new text today 'The Tin Forest' By Helen Ward. Have a look at the title and the beautiful illustrations on the front.
What can you see on the front cover?
I can see.....
What do you predict will happen in the story? (Think about the title and the front cover)
I predict that....
Have a go at this place value game called Lifeguards.
Make sure that you click on 0 to 1000 or a lower challenge level if you find 0 to 1000 too challenging.
Pull the place value counter into the columns so that they show the number that the person is stranded at.
Next have a go at this question- I will add the answer tomorrow.
There are six possible answers- Can you find them all?
Rainforests are green spaces that are important for our planets survival. I would like you to think about what green spaces you have in your life that you enjoy. They might be a garden, a local park, a local woods, an allotment or friends and family's gardens. I have done mine- if you do one feel free to email your emails to me.
Have a nice day :)