Term 6 Week 3 - starting Monday 15th June
Hello Year 3,.
This week in maths will be continuing the topic of Measuring some will be a recap of what we have learned before and some will be completely new.
There will be a powerpoint each day which is really clear to follow with a voice that explains everything on the slide.
If you have any problems just email me at email@example.com and I will help you as much as I can.
Each lesson should take you an hour - just like at school.
Please carry on practising your x3 x4 x8 times tables every day. If you have mastered these then please message me and I'll reset your TT Rockstars to include other tables.
Ask an adult to test you. Use TT Rockstars or Hit the Button to help you. Learn the related division facts.
I will be adding lots of activities but do not feel you have to complete all of them in one go!
Please keep using this website as every week I will add fresh activities. This week is a Measuring Challenge.
I can see from my computer how you are getting on with this - so Good Luck!
Today we are looking at Adding Lengths
Like before, there is a voice that explains everything on the slide. Sometimes the voice will tell you to pause the slides and answer some questions on the worksheet before you carry on listening. For the independent activity (the worksheet), make sure you don't Get the Answers' until you have finished all the questions.
Today is Lesson 2 – Subtract lengths
1. Click on the page link for your video
2. Stop where he tells you and work through the questions on the worksheet
When you have finished all of the questions click on the Answers to see if you are right.
Today is Lesson 3 – Measure Perimeter
This is no more tricky than yesterday - just focus on which measurements have been used and listen carefully to the man on the slides. Good luck with the worksheet.
Today you are going to practise calculating some quite tricky perimeters. You will have to be organised to make sure that you don't miss any measurements!
Times Table Rally GameHow many questions can you get right in a minute. Practise to see if you can beat your own score. GOOD LUCK