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22nd June


22nd June 2020





Hello Rabbit Class!

Hope you are all well and reading lots of different texts books, recipes, stories, instructions for games, Serial Mash books online

Purple Mash 2dos are optional unless I name one in the plans below.

Remember the BBC have set up lots of great lessons which can be checked on a weekly plan on this link These can help you with revision of grammar, maths or History that we have already covered in class.

Like previous weeks do not worry if you do not complete all the tasks, I know some children work faster than others. Note some tasks are optional which means you don’t have to do them.

Please Note for English Jungle Booklet and spelling challenge sheets are uploaded in week 15th June.

Here are your tasks for this week 22/6/20


·         Daily Reading

·         Times tables or number bond practice www.topmarks

·         Daily Exercise ideas Joe Wicks, Trampoline, walks, dance online

· Watch daily news


Purple mash -Serial Mash -Emeralds

This week’s reading assignment is to read Henry the Elephant which has 5 chapters. I have set Chapter 1 on 2dos so you can find it.

Then at end of Chapter 5 tasks I would like you to complete the book review

Task online.

If you find it difficult to read then at the end of each chapter complete the quiz section. This way I will be able to check that you are reading too, even though you do not complete book review within the time set-


ICT this term is coding and also practising typing skills using www.bbctypingmat  













Home School Booklet Journey to the Jungle p10-14

This week is all about planning a log and creating a booklet to write up your edited version. Focus on improving you sentences 


Session 1 p10 Draw your own jungle

maybe you have some books with jungle facts or pictures you could look at. Use Google images Jungle animals and plants to find some amazing images.


Session 2  p 11 log planner sheet to fill in 

Read log on p3 again or listen to recording.

Then plan your own log about a day in the jungle. Think about the setting, the climate (weather) what unique animal or plant you will find.


Session 3 Fronted adverbials add more information to the verb in a sentence Exploring fronted adverbials

I can use and punctuate fronted adverbials.

Watch 1st video which explains what a fronted adverbial is.

Complete online quiz

Watch 2nd video for inspiration. 



Session 4

Write interesting sentences for your log p 12-13 + online assignment

·         Make sentences longer by adding and or but

Also complete Conjunctions Assignment on Treasure house

·        Use fronted adverbials just like session 3


Choose some sentences to explain why by adding because


Session 5 Create a booklet (Instructions p14)

Write up you log

Edit your sentences check you have written good sentences

·         add detail to your sentences by using and or but;

·         add explanation to your sentences using because;

·         use fronted adverbials like After that or because, to start some sentences;**

·         check your capital letters at the start of sentences, full stops at the end and commas after fronted adverbials.**


Spellings  Silent letters for Group A and B

See ENGLISH SPELL TASK SHEET This has word list and lots of tasks to help you learn these words. First find the silent letters in each word.

 Build guide guard wheat whale whirl honest gnome gnaw surprise

HFWs walk talk chalk listen                                                                  


TERM 6 SPELL CHALLENGE SHEET.** sheet 2 See 15 th June files for this




Some of the BBC lessons this week use your book so watch carefully

Session 1 Fractions as numbers p52-55 fraction on number lines this is a follow up to the BBC lesson   you did last week. So read questions on p52 1a and b and then read through p53 carefully. You should be able to answer Q1a and b now.     

Fill in p54-55


Session 2  Fractions as numbers 2 p56-59 marking fractions on a number line above 1 marking fractions on a number line above 1 1st video goes through p56-57

Watch 2nd video before completing p58-59 (Lesson worksheets are from your book).


Session 3  Fractions of a set of objects 1 unit fractions p60- 63T

HE DENOMINATOR TELLS YOU HOW MANY EQUAL PARTS YOU NEED TO SPLIT THE AMOUNT (NUMBER) INTO. This lesson is about finding 1 part of a whole eg½ or ¼ Maths 4 kids   Fractions of amounts using a bar model. Watch the first 2 minutes of this video will help you with this lesson.         Then read through p60 Questions 1a and b then p61 which explains how to find answers.  Next work through p62 and 63.

If this was tricky then there is an optional extra BAR MODEL FRACTION SHEET to do for consolidation   

Session 3 Challenge for children who zipped through the book pages.  

** finding fractions of an amount

Complete Activity 2**  which is an online reasoning task.              

Session 4  Fractions of a set of objects non -unit fractions p64-67

This lesson is about finding more than 1 part of a whole eg 3/5 2/3 non unit fraction of an amount this lesson is based on your book video part b is using these pages..


Session 5  problem solving


or **Make 6 17th June (Reasoning and finding patterns) Watch video and complete task sheet A and B. The video is split into two parts after 10 minutes Gareth will say you can stop and just do Task A or you can keep watching for task B section.




 This is the final Science unit for Year 3, it has lots of fun activities but you may need to ask an adult or a sibling to work with you sometimes.

I can identify and name the force acting upon an object

Task 1 Fill in the mind map to show what you already know. How many of these questions can you answer today? SCIENCE 1 FORCES AND MAGNETS MINDMAP SHEET

Task 2 Collect some everyday objects, e.g. toy vehicles, balls of different sizes and materials (e.g. ping pong, foam, tennis, beach, football), pull along toys, rubber bands, bulldog clips, beanbags, pencil case with zip, spectacle case, rulers, rubbers, scissors, calculators, screw top pots or bottles, coins, any other safe gadgets or tools.

Choose an object to roll, squeeze, kick, twist, bounce, catch, press, tug or brush

These are some of the ways that a force can move, or change the movement of an object that you have collected. Eg press down to bounce a ball, tug hard to pull out a weed.

Task 3 Watch POWER POINT SCIENCE FORCES which has a video link - A compilation of clips showing forces in action.

Slide 3 video link  

Slide 6 demonstrate how push and pull are the 2 forces used to move an object use your objects to test forces.

Task 4 slide 7

Complete SCIENCE 2 PUSH PULL SHEET to show your understanding.


 ICT Purple Mash2do Forces v3 create a poster to show forces.

Espresso  Keystage 2        Science      Forces       Watch Forces Video

Espresso  Keystage 2        Science      Forces        Fact files has useful facts to read

                                                      CODING for Term 6

Click on and find out where you finished and continue on from there

  •  Starter Unit have you done all 3 lessons?
  •  Unit 3A has 6 different lessons
  • Unit 3B has 6 different lessons.



To  say and read simple phrases  about sport

Click on start

Choose Activity then Activity sport

·         Yes, you must do Tutorial (lesson) first follow instructions.

·         Games please play PONG and then any other game you like.       

·         Try the multiple-choice test when you are confident.

*French folder or a Vocabulary book

Copy these verbs carefully into your French book


Je m’appelle……    I am called…………

J’habite……..        I live………………

J’ai ………….           I have……….


Je joue au…….     I play………

Je fais……………     I make….or I do..


Sentence Examples

Je m’appelle Isabelle.

J’habite Knockholt.

J’ai 8 ans. J’ai une soeur.

J’ai un chien.

Je joue au rugby. Je joue au cricket.

Je fais la gymnastique


 Espresso french  

Espresso       Keystage 2 Languages   French  En famille                                           

  revise pets also section on colours


Topic UK

Where I live Finding out about kent 3 week project

Make a colourful poster or booklet  with information about Kent-The Garden Of England

Describe its location (e.g. near to London, near to Europe)

Here are some ideas for what you could include:

  • A map or pictures.
  • Famous landmarks (White Cliffs of Dover, Hever Castle, Ashford Eurostar………..)
  • Famous people who have come from Kent
  • Where did they live? What did they do? E.g. Earl of Sandwich.
  • Write about some of the activities you can do in Kent. 
  • If you have got a favourite place you could just make a poster about it eg. Whitstable.
  • The History of Oast houses.
  • Land use farming, orchards, vineyards, and lots of towns and villages for all the people who live and work nearby. Why so many people in Kent?




Week 1 Research and planning what do you want to find out about?

 History, Castles, famous people, food farming or just one place eg Knole House

Week 2 Making notes and choosing sub-headings

Week 3 Organising and editing your Drawing and Writing.




EXTRA ACTIVITIES Go to website and choose


Would you like to go on an art adventure?

Learn about different artists?

See more art videos? Draw, paint or make something?


Tate Kids has lots of different activities on their website:


PE/ Exercise

free online videos to keep you active and happy


I have chosen this video for you

Try this 3 minute video to burn off some energy


For all of you who missed out on daily PE lessons with Joe Wicks, click on this link to do 5 minute workout with Joe.


an 8 minute workout with Joe