Thursday 11th February
This lesson will focus on using tables, tallies and graphs to present data in different ways.
We will begin the lesson by learning about why we use tables and how we can read the data from them. Next we will find out about using tallies to collect data and how to use them properly. We will then use what we have learnt about tables and tallies and apply this knowledge to graphs.
Click on the picture below to watch today's video lesson. Have a go at answering some of the questions on the video.
Your tasks -
Task 1 - Think of a question that you can easily investigate that has 3-5 possible answers. e.g. no. of coloured pen/pencils in your pencil case or tins in your cupboard. Create a tally chart and collect your data. Remember to use a mark for each 1. Your 5th mark goes through the first 4. Make a pictogram or bar chart from your data.
Task 2 - Complete the tally chart and answer the questions.
In this lesson, children will explore prepositions of place and time. A preposition is a word which shows the relationship between one thing and another. It links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in the sentence.
First, they will look at some pictures of a koala, describe what its position is, and complete a short task filling in the missing prepositions of place. Then, children will identify when we use the prepositions 'at' 'in' and 'on' in relation to time and see if they can spot a rule. Finally, children will fill in the missing prepositions of time in some sentences.
Your task - Copy the sentences out as neatly as you can adding a common preposition to make the senetnce make sense .
Don't forget to test yourself on last weeks spellings! You can do this with a grown up or join us today at 9:45am during out morning 'Google Meet' chat
New Spellings - Year 3 (test 25.2.21)
This weeks rule: The long /a/ vowel sound spelt 'ei'
Can you choose 8 of your new spellings to write into sentences?
In this lesson, we are going to be recognising time signatures and how many beats are in each bar.
During this lesson, we will:
- by recapping Hullabaloo Belay (6 beats in a bar)
- be taking part in a time signature quiz
- be taking part in Mr. Palekar's musical challenge - Dipidu
Watch and join in with the music lesson below. You may want to ask members of your family to join in with you