Term 6 Week 6 - w/c 6th July 2020
I just noticed that the lesson for Comparing Angles isn't in the list on here! I did it last Wednesday, so who knows what's going on with uploading on to here. Sorry - go and do that one first (Lesson 3) - it's nice and straightforward, and links to Monday's lesson.
This week we are focusing on drawing accurately, types of lines and 2D and 3D shapes.
The lessons are from White Rose, with links to the BBC Bitesize pages on the same subjects - but they link with the pages in your Power Maths Book 3C. I'll still do a work through of the answers.
Term 6 Week 5 - 29th June 2020
This week we're carrying on with our work on time. It's finding the duration of time, so how long is it until lunchtime? How long is my favourite programme? How long is left of the football match?
You'll be able to answer all these questions!
* Important message*
I have heard from a few people that this work on time is quite tricky. I think that without being able to play with a teaching clock, and discuss things with other people, that durations of time are hard to grasp.
Instead of carrying on with it, I'm going to change our maths focus this week to angles and shape. Don't worry, we'll catch you up on the time stuff.
I agree with Teddy.
He knows that 15.35 - 16.00 is 25 minutes as he showed with his diagram. He knows that 16:00 - 16:12 is 12 minutes. So we need to add together 25 and 12, which equals 37 minutes.
Term 6 - Week 4 22nd June 2020
This week we are focusing on telling the time. I know there are a lot of people in Year 3 who don't know how to tell the time. This is something that is quite easy to work on from home - there are lots of resources online to help you. If you are completely confused by the end of the first two lessons this week, then watch and re-watch them! This is an important life skill!
Term 6 Week 3 - w/b 15th June
Adding and subtracting fractions for the first part of this week, followed by the first two days of time. We'll be looking at months, years and hours in a day.
Term 6 Week 2 - w/b 8th June
Equivalent fractions! Would you rather have half of a pizza, or three sixths of a pizza?
The videos are in two parts - a lesson video, and an answer video.
Watch the lesson video and then try the questions in your Power Maths 3C book.
When you've got as far as you can, watch the answer video where I talk through how I worked out the answers, so you can mark your work or make any corrections.
Fractions Games - Equivalents, Comparing and Ordering
Have a go at the Ordering Unit Fractions, Order Fractions and the Equivalent Fractions Eggs
Fraction Fiddle - sort out the cake orders
Term 6 Week 1 - w/b 1st June