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Tuesday 12th May

Hello Year 3/4 

I hope you all managed to complete some of the work I set yesterday...As always, don't worry if you don't get through everything...I would rather give you lots to choose from rather than not enough and you get bored.  Remember to make sure you spread your work out and have time away from screens.


I have set some to dos on Purple Mash... try to complete these.  Remember, if it doesn't turn green you can do it as much as you want... this is a great idea, especially if it's times tables or typing practice!  Keep reading your own books too....let me know what you are reading!


Read you book for at least 15 minutes... remember there are lots of free books to read online via EPIC or the library service. 

Spelling -  Use the words you chose yesterday and find out their meanings...use them in a sentence. Try to make your sentences as interesting as possible

English -

  • Read the story trickster tales on the Oxford Owls website ( you need to sign up for this but it is free)
  • An audio is available to listen to alongside.   Re-read each page out loud after listening to the audio.  Discuss what happened in the story. 
  •  After re-reading the story, re-tell it in your own words.  
  • Practise your sentences out loud before writing them down.  Use these sentence openings to help: One morning....After that …  Then … Meanwhile … It wasn’t long before … Later on … In the end 
  • Check spelling and punctuation in each sentence together.  
  • You could present your story as a book and add some pictures/illustrations.
  • Read your story out loud to a family member or via an online video platform to other family members, e.g. grandparents.  Ask them to say what they like about your story. 


We are going to carry on our learning from White Rose Hub

  •  Year 3 Summer Week 2 Lesson 2 subtracting fractions
  • Year 4 - Summer Week 2 lesson 2. halves and quarters
  • We are also going to have a go at number of the week... choose the most apprpriate one from the links below


Watch the video clips about the pitch of a sound... We talk about this in music.  Can you create a musical instrument that produces sounds of different pitches. Some ideas are pan pipe straws, water bottle pipes, a "guitar" with different strings, drums or chimes with different pitches... Do some research and let your imagination run wild!   Send me a picture!


Rob Biddulph art - Have a go at drawing the Peacock today. Don't forget to send me your pictures


Use the link for the Lancashire PE challenges or go and join Joe Wicks