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Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Maths

 

Today we will continue recapping our understanding of subtraction, using 3-digit numbers up to 1,000. 

 

There is a video to help you, before you complete a worksheet. The worksheet is also attached below.

 

Today's learning intention is:

To subtract two 3- digit numbers (including an exchange)

Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 3 - Subtract 3 digit numbers with exchange.mp4

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Reading 

 

Today you will be exploring 2 types of maps; physical maps and political maps. Open the document below, and answer the questions. You may need to do some extra research if you are unsure of an answer. Here are some tips:

A political map can show:

•countries;
•country boundaries;
•cities and capital cities;
•seas and oceans.

Political maps do not usually show any physical features.

 

A physical map shows the physical features of an area such as:

•major rivers and lakes (shown in blue);
•relief (shape) of the land;
•deserts;
•landforms such as volcanoes.

Writing

 

Today we will continue our work on Marshmallow. Yesterday you wrote an amazing description of the monster. Today you are going to predict what happened next. Let's watch the first video to remind us what has happened so far...

Marshmallow Clip Lesson 1.mp4

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From watching that short clip, can you begin to write a short prediction about what you think might've happened next? There is a sheet attached below for you to write on, or you can write this in your exercise book.
Now that you have written your initial predictions, watch the next video below. This video continues on from before and shows what happens next.

Marshmallow Clip Lesson 2.mp4

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Can you now write a description of what happened next, using the video to help you?

Geography

 

Today we will be exploring a map of the UK. In your reading activity, some of you will have already explored political and physical maps. For your geography work, complete the activity below (there is a blank map attached for you to print)...

 

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