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May Half Term Projects

During the half term break you can choose to complete one (or all) of the following projects:


1) Find out all about Captain James Cook – an important person from Yorkshire. Find out what he did and where he went. Present your research anyway you want to…. a PowerPoint, some writing or even a model – then take a photo or send us evidence of what you’ve done: we’d love to see!


2) We are going to start a topic on plants. Look for examples of different plants (maybe in a garden or out on walks) and try to draw them. Find out their names and label them.


3) Do some of the Maths challenges on Nrich at https://nrich.maths.org/13786



22/ 5/ 20


Friday Challenge

To start – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

Main – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge – https://nrich.maths.org/6274



Do the ‘Sun Safety’ comprehension I’ve uploaded above, which goes with our Topic work.



Finish your PowerPoint presentation about Greek Gods. Make it as amazing as you can. When you are ready, send it to your teacher: we can’t wait to see them!


21/ 5/ 20


Counting in Tenths

To start – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=WhatFractionv3

Main – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge – How many different ways can you show 9/10? Remember, fractions all have to be the same size!!!



Learn your own version of ‘What is Pink’. You need to learn it by heart so you can say it to someone else without the paper. Perform it and ask your audience to give you two stars and a wish. You could film it and send it to your teacher: We’d love to see it!



We are learning about money from around the world. In different countries they have different currency [types of money].


They have Euros in lots of Europe.


They have francs in Switzerland.


They have dollars in America.


Choose somethings you like buying. Use the internet to research how much it costs in different currencies: its amazing!

For example: before the Euro, a bag of crisps cost 365 pesetas in Spain, but 10 000 lira in Italy and 35 dollars!


Today at 4pm, there is an online Guinness World Record attempt hosted by Rob Biddulph.

Here is the link to sign up to be part of the biggest online art lesson:


 Mrs Barrett



20/ 5/ 20




To start – http://flash.topmarks.co.uk/4593

Main – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

                              Then download the sheet above

Challenge – Download the sheet above



Have a go at your own version of the poem ‘What is Pink?’. Make sure it has the same structure! I’ve put a template on the website to help. Use your imagination, although the last line might be the same. LOOK AT WHERE THE RHYMING IS!!!



Lots of the creation stories have days of rest. Write a paragraph explaining how you would like to spend a rest day then draw yourself spending the day doing something good!


19/ 5/ 20


To start – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Fractionsv7

Main – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/2124/note



Over the next few weeks we’re looking at different poems. Read the poem ‘What is pink?’

Then answer these questions…

  1. Where is the rose?
  2. What is happening to the clouds?
  3. Which adjectives does the poet use to describe the pear?
  4. Which punctuation does the poet use?
  5. Why are the clouds violet in the summer?
  6. Why doesn’t the poet rhyme anything with orange?
  7. Which is your favourite line? Why?



Mrs Barrett has had some great ideas for art linking to our Topic work on Light and Shadows. Its on this page – have a look!


18/ 5/ 20


To start – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Fractionsv7

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge – https://nrich.maths.org/2361/note



Conjunctions, as you know, join two parts of a sentence together. They do lots of different jobs. Today we are looking at conjunctions which express time and cause. How many can you think of?

Do the activity sheet I’ve put on above.




Making shadows

Light is a beam of energy that travels in a wave from a source.

A wave of light can only travel in a straight line.

Waves of light are called light rays.

Try this activity to demonstrate how light travels:

  • Punch holes in the centre of three equal-sized pieces of card.
  • Hold the pieces of card so that the holes line up.
  • Shine a torch so that the beam of light can travel straight through the holes.

What happens if you move one of the pieces of card so the holes don't line up?


When you moved one of your pieces of card so the holes did not line up, the card blocked the ray of light. This is because light can only travel in a straight line, so it can not travel around the card.

Some objects, like the card, block light well and don't let any get through.  These objects are called opaque.

Other things let some light through, but scatter the light so we can't see through them properly. These things are called translucent.

Transparent objects let light travel through them easily.

Can you think of some items that are opaque, translucent and


Opaque, translucent and transparent materials are all useful for different things. Look at the items below and decide which type of material would be best for each one:

bathroom window                          living room curtains                        car windscreen

sun hat                                              window with a great view            shower curtain


Opaque objects do not let any light through.

They completely block the light and stop it travelling any further.

These objects create shadows.

Shadows are areas of darkness where light has been blocked.

A boy called Isaac has a new baby sister.

She is a very good baby, but she keeps crying early in the morning because too much light is getting into her bedroom and waking her up.

Isaac wants to choose the best material to make some new curtains for her bedroom.

He wants to make sure that her new curtains block as much light as possible.

Can you help him?

Test different materials around your house to see which let the least light through. Record whether the materials you have tested are opaque, translucent or opaque in a table. Draw and label the curtains with the material you have chosen for the curtains.



15/ 5/ 20


Friday Maths challenge

To start – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering

Main – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/8108



We need to learn some spelling rules to help us with our writing. There are often exceptions to the rule. Find each word in the wordsearch. Each time you find one, write it in a sentence!



Watch the video about Paris at


If you can’t, there are plenty of other sites or places to look for information J

Then make a poster advertising Paris as a holiday destination!


14/ 5/ 20


Multiplication and division problem solving

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/7185


We can't get the worksheets I'm afraid but I've done one of my own and put it above.



Apostrophes are very tricky to learn about. We have learnt about apostrophes when something belongs to us. Today we're learning about apostrophes to make words shorter... these are called apostrophes for contraction.

Watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zcyv4qt to learn about them.

Then do the worksheet above.



At the moment, people are thinking a lot about charities. Brainstorm a list of all the charities you can think of.

Choose one of them. Make a poster advertising a special event you are organising to raise money. On it, you need to mention what the charity might use the money you raise for; when the event will be etc.


13. 5. 20


Dividing 2 digit numbers by 1 digit

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/8315


Sorry, we don't have the worksheets, but try the one I've made and put on the top of the page!


Spend 10 minutes improving your fairy tale from yesterday. Can you add any adverbs? Can you improve your word choices etc?

Then give your story two stars and a wish. Share it with someone and ask for their feedback!

Then look at this description - rewrite it and make it better:

'It was a hot day. The beach was hot and the sky was blue. The palm trees swayed in the wind. The sea lapped the shore. The sand felt nice.'




We have read the creation stories from the Jewish faith and from the Muslim faith. Read the Sikh information which is above.


Write an answer to this question: Which is your favourite creation story so far and why? Draw a picture to go with it.


12. 5. 20


Multiplying 2 digit by 1 digit

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/2005


Sorry, we don't have the worksheets, but try the one I've made and put on the top of the page!


Write your story, based on your plan from yesterday. Remember, you can always change your plan - its just so you've got some ideas already in your head. Make it really exciting to read, and don't forget all those great writing tips we have given. When you have finished, send it to us!


Please look at Mrs Barrett's great ideas linked to our topic of Light and Shadows!


11. 5. 20


Dividing by 4 and  8

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/86/note


Sorry, we don't have the worksheets, but try the one I've made and put on the top of the page!



We are going to write our own fairy tale this week.

Find a 'Story Mountain', draw your own or print out the one I've uploaded. Decide how your story is going to go. 

Remember, in a fairy tale the characters are usually royal people/ magical animals and the story usually has a happy ending. It needs to be set in magical places like forests or castles: NOT SPACE! Think carefully what the problem will be - make it exciting and fun!



Sun safety

Have you ever been told not to look at the sun?

Is the sun good or bad?

The statements below are all things that the sun does.

Decide if each makes the Sun good or bad:

Causes sunburn

Causes wrinkles

Helps plants make food

Can cause skin cancer

Provides warmth

Makes people happier

Is a source of Light

Damages your eyes

Helps people make Vitamin D


To protect your skin from UV rays, you can cover up or wear sun cream.

But what can you do to protect your eyes?

There are several things you should do to protect your eyes from the sun or other bright lights.

  • You should wear sunglasses when out in the sun. Sunglasses have a UV rating to show how well they block UV rays. Make sure you get sunglasses with a high UV rating.
  • Some sunglasses don't have a UV rating - these are really just toy sunglasses and don't protect your eyes. In fact, because they have dark lenses but no UV filter, the pupil opens wider, actually letting in more UV rays!


Now you know how the sun can damage your eyes, and how to protect your eyes.

Your task is to design a pair of sunglasses or a hat that will protect someone's eyes from the harmful effects of the sun.

You should also advertise your sun protection item!

Tell your customers why they need to buy your sunglasses or hat.

Explain about the effects of the sun, and how your sunglasses or hat can help protect against them.


Hello everyone - Hope you have a wonderful VE bank holiday with your family.

Over the next few weeks why not try make some creative medals with things found in your house.

They could be inspired by researching different war medals.

What could you award them for? Tidiest lockdown bedroom medal? Best baked cake medal?

Don't forget to share your creativity on Twitter @GomersalArt or email me: mandy.barrett@gomersalprimaryschool.co.uk

Here are some ideas for you:

Have fun... Mrs Barrett


8. 5. 20


Friday Challenge

To start - https://www.teacherled.com/iresources/scales/mass/

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/5949



The best fairy tales have really good description. Look at the one I've written. Print it out [if you can] and find the good words/ sentence structure I've used. If there's something I can do to make it better, tell me. Then give me two stars

and a wish! If you can't print it our, write out the good bits!



Carry on with your Greek gods PowerPoint.

Can you find out how to 'transition' from one slide to another in different ways?

Can you add more information on each page?

Can you check your spelling?



Its the 75th anniversary of VE day!

Watch the video to learn all about it:


Make a poster to advertise a street party to celebrate. The video tells you about what activities there might have been!


7. 5. 20


3x and 4x tables

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/5483



A good fairy tale has lots of description.

Think of a great fairy tale setting, like a castle, and try to write a paragraph about it, using similes

eg The castle was as dark as night.

Try and use fronted adverbials

eg Nervously, the knight entered the spooky castle.

Or subordinate clauses

eg The knight, without worrying about what was behind the door, knocked and waited to see who came.



Stand face to face with someone in your family. Tell each other something they like about that person. Find someone else and do it again....


Draw a picture of yourself in the middle of a page of your book. Write around it all of the positive things you see/think about yourself. Try to think about your personality and not just your appearance.


6. 5. 20


Subtracting Money

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/coconut-ordering

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/223



Watch a version of Goldilocks and the three Bears at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KndSVsY5HWM

It might be different to the ones you've heard - fairytales vary a lot as they are usually told orally not written down.

Then try the questions I'm attaching above. Try to think about WHY events happened in the story!



Tell someone else about the Jewish creation story we looked at last week eg what happened on different days.

Then look at the Creation Story from Islam. I've saved a copy above for you to look at. 

Draw a table and compare the two.

Your table needs three columns:

Just in the Jewish story, Just in the Muslim story, In Both Stories


5. 5. 20


Adding Money

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/coins-game

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/1116



For the next few weeks we are looking at fairy tales. Think about the stories you already know. Fill in the table above, or make your own version. If you don't know the stories, its a good chance to look at them again. They are all available online and you may have story books with them in at home. There are spaces for two fairy tales of your own.



Mrs Barrett has put some fab ideas on here to do with our Topic work. Have a look and try some of them out.


[For one of our Science topics you'll need some fast growing seeds - marigolds, cress or mung beans, which are beansprouts, would be good! It might be a good idea to try and get some now]




4. 5. 20


Converting pounds to pence

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/1117



Today we are learning how to make words plural. There are lots of rules in English, but NEVER using apostrophes!

Do the activities on the sheet above.



Today we are learning all about mirrors. 

Some surfaces reflect light better than others.

The surfaces that reflect light best are smooth, shiny and flat.

This is because the light rays bounce off these surfaces at the same angle.

If light hits a rough surface, the light rays all bounce off at different angles, meaning the light is scattered. It does not reflect well.

The most familiar type of mirror is a plain mirror, which has a flat surface.

Plain mirrors are commonly made of a flat, polished piece of glass with a shiny metal backing, such as silver or aluminium.

The light reflected by a mirror preserves most of the characteristics of the original light, so it creates a clear image.

An image in a mirror appears to be reversed. For example, if you look in a mirror and raise your right hand, the mirror image appears to raise its left hand. 

Either on your own, or find a helper [a brother/ sister or a parent], write some messages backwards using a mirror to help for them to read. Draw a maze for them to trace a line through only looking in a mirror - it's not as easy as it looks!

Then fill in the activity sheet above or write about what you did in your book.


1. 5. 20


Problem Solving

To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Buy2itemsv4

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/11040



A skill that good writers need is editing their writing. Take a look at the 'Wizard of Oz' extract below. Rewrite it correctly!



Watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zygnvcw

Make a poster about what you can do in Marseille


Work at home...

We hope you are all OK - keep washing your hands, stay healthy and we hope to see you soon!

We're going to put activities on here for each day, to keep you busy! Use the books we've given you to show what you've done, we're looking forward to seeing!

From Miss Coombes, Mr Popple and the Year 3 team

If you want extra, here are a few ideas...

For English work, look at Pobble 365: it's great!

Literacy Shed is also good for short films and other activities to fire up your imagination;

Go on the Topmarks website and practise Maths skills;

Look at the NRich maths activities for challenges linked to our learning;

We follow the White Rose Maths scheme and that always has good ideas;

Twinkl has put together packages which are free to support home-learning: have a look!

Friday 3rd April


To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=bingofractionsofamountsv3

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

If you fancy more - https://nrich.maths.org/2124/note


Read 'Pandora's Box'

Draw some of the objects inside it, and label it with adjectives [at least 10]

Computing - Carry on with your PowerPoint about Greek myths. Add in some information IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Learn how to change the background colour on the slides and add in some pictures.

French - Find out about some famous French people in history - what made them special? Eg Marie Curie, Joan of Arc, Coco Chanel, Napoleon, Claude Monet, Alexandre Dumas, Zinedine Zidane...

Thursday 2nd April


To start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=EggFractions

Main - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

If you fancy more, try one of the challenges below.


Make a factfile about Hercules, one of the greatest Greek heroes - there's even a Disney film about him!

You'll have to do some research about him, try https://greece.mrdonn.org/greekgods/hercules.html

Indoor PE - try finding out about traditional Greek dancing and have a go, I'm sure your family would love to try!

PSHE - What have you done to be proud of? Draw yourself and 5 thought bubbles coming off - in each one explain what you have done to make yourself proud... it could be in school or at home!

Wednesday 1st April 


Maths to Start - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=EggFractions

Then https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Want a challenge? Investigation at the bottom of the page!

English -I found a piece of Ancient Greek pottery in my garden yesterday. Write a story about how it might've got there. Remember how a story is structured!

RE - Design a prayer mat: see below

Outdoor PE - Go outside and do some exercise, maybe a walk with your family or in the garden

Tuesday 31st March

Maths - To start https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=WhatFractionv3

Main activity - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - Baking Investigation [see bottom of page]

English - Do some research into Zeus and create a Powerpoint about him to send to us. DO NOT COPY WRITING OFF THE INTERNET: it is breaking the law and not showing your amazing writing skills

Art - Do some of Mrs Barrett's great ideas!

Monday 30th March

Maths - To start - http://flash.topmarks.co.uk/4097

Main activity - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Challenge - https://nrich.maths.org/8283

English [Picture of the Week] - Look at the front cover of this book: https://www.worldofbooks.com/en-gb/books/marcia-williams/greek-myths/GOR001390561?keyword=&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_PfGnOTB6AIVmpntCh3e3gBfEAQYASABEgJ8o_D_BwE

Write AT LEAST ten questions you can find the answers to on the front cover.

Topic - Find a picture of a Greek pot. Cut  it into pieces. Close your eyes and scatter them, then try and put them back together; you are being like an archaeologist!

Write a list of artefacts you think have been found from Ancient Greek times, then do some research to see if you're right!

If you'd prefer, use this picture!

Ancient Greek Pottery - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Keep washing your hands and stay safe!!!

Friday 27th March

Maths - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Fancy a challenge? https://nrich.maths.org/4519

English - We learnt how to write subordinate clauses. Write some subordinate clause sentences about Greek heroes to practise. Eg; 'Theseus, who was very brave, went to fight the minotaur'.

Computing - Start to make a Powerpoint about Ancient Greece. Be ready to e-mail it, but were going to add to it so don't do it yet! [Don't just copy and paste writing from the internet - you need to know what it says!]

Thursday 26th March

Maths -  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

For extra try https://nrich.maths.org/6938

English - Using the 'Greek' character you came up with yesterday, plan an adventure they could go on. Remember, your story needs a beginning, a build up and a resolution. In Greek myths the characters often go on adventures where they fight mythical monsters or try to collect special objects. We can't wait to read them!

Outdoor PE - Its a lovely day - go on a nature walk, if you can and make a list of the sounds you here or the things you see.

PSHE - Mindfulness colouring - put on some calm music, turn off the TV and do some restful colouring. I'll upload one you can use but there are loads out there.

Take care and wash those hands!

Wednesday 25th March

Maths - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

If you want a challenge... https://nrich.maths.org/7280 

[Area = the space INSIDE a shape!]

English - Think about all the Greek heroes we've read about. Design your own hero. Draw them in your book. Make them look like they are from Ancient Greece. Write a paragraph underneath describing them.

RE - Look at Islamic patterns on the internet. They use repeated patterns and never put people in them. Design your own. You might want to find a ruler and turn your book into squared paper!

'Indoor PE' - Do Go Noodle activities. Sign up free at https://family.gonoodle.com/

Keep safe!

Tuesday 24th March

Maths - Have a go at the puzzle 'Through the Window' on the Nrich website... put that in your search engine and off you go!


English - Read Medusa 'The Quest of Perseus' [Twinkl] After you've read it, write a paragraph explaining whether Theseus, who we learnt about last week, or Perseus is the more interesting hero. Don't forget great adjectives, adverbs, subordinate clauses... 

Art - Try some of Mrs Barrett's Art ideas - they're fab!

Monday 23rd March

Maths - We have been doing perimeter: Find a ruler or tape measure and measure 2 sides of rectangular objects. Use the measurements to calculate the perimeter. How many can you do?

English - We are reading Greek Myths. Read the 'Trojan Horse' story. [I found it on Twinkl!]. List ADJECTIVES to describe it, at least 10 if you can!

Topic - It is topic this afternoon: Find out about the battle of marathon and draw a scene from it and label it.

Good luck and stay safe!

Autumn Term 1



We are starting our topic on the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. Please can you find out a bit about it and present it anyway you want. If you would like to do it on the computer please email it to your class teacher and they will print it out.


  1. accident
  2. early
  3. heart
  4. perhaps
  5. recent
  6. suppose
  7. through



We have been understanding the digits of 3-digit numbers.

E.g. 364 = 3 hundreds + 6 tens + 4 ones.

Choose ten 3-digit numbers and use the example above. Don't forget to watch your spellings.

If you want to do extra, try and draw the Base 10 you would need (we've done it in class).


  1. actual
  2. earth
  3. height
  4. popular
  5. regular
  6. surprise
  7. various



We have been writing all about ourselves - our skills and ambitions. Please write no more than ten sentences about what you are good at and what you would like to do when you are older. Don't forget the Year 3 'non-negotiables' of punctuating your sentences correctly (capital letters to start a sentence, punctuation at the end of a sentence, and write cursively and consistently). 


  1. address
  2. eight
  3. history
  4. possess
  5. remember
  6. thought
  7. weight



We have been singing and listening to a range of different songs in Music. Decide what your favourite song is and do some research about it. Present it however you choose – PowerPoint, poster….


  1. answer
  2. eighth
  3. imagine
  4. potatoes
  5. sentence
  6. woman
  7. busy



We have been recapping how to turn verbs into the past by adding –ed. Please write me at least 8 sentences with IRREGULAR past tense verbs like ‘went’ and ‘ate’.

e.g. Yesterday I went to the supermarket.


  1. accidentally
  2. appear
  3. continue
  4. important
  5. pressure
  6. quarter
  7. though



We are starting a new topic of 'Angry Earth' on Monday. It is all about extreme weather and earth disruptions like volcanoes, earthquakes etc. Please can you research into this and present it how you like. It could be a model, a poster or a PowerPoint.


  1. bicycle
  2. breath
  3. calendar
  4. circle
  5. fruit
  6. island
  7. peculiar



We have been learning how to add and subtract using column methods. Answer the questions below. Set out your calculations correctly using your knowledge of place value. Remember, some may require carrying or exchanging.

234 + 55 =          328 + 73 =          569 + 23 =

742 - 58 =           963 - 59 =          467 - 68 = 


Choose ten spellings from this term's homework and write them in full sentences.

Autumn Term 2



We have watched a short animation and done lots of work on it this week.Please choose your favourite book or film and explain what happens in it. A paragraph of writing would be great! Don't forget to check your writing afterwards to see if you can improve it.


  1. arrive
  2. business
  3. continue
  4. extreme
  5. island
  6. library
  7. regular

15/ 11/ 19


We have been learning about lots of types of calculations. Please can you write the number 150 in the middle of your page and write as many ways as you can think of [+, -, times and divide] to make that total! Don’t just do 149 + 1!


  • answer
  • forward
  • continue
  • believe
  • different
  • group
  • bicycle 




This week we have been writing instructions for lots of different activities. Please choose an activity you know well [e.g. playing a certain game, making a craft] and write instructions for it. Don’t forget the features we have learnt.


  • decide
  • important
  • recent
  • opposite
  • regular
  • reign
  • woman




We have started our topic about 'Rocks and Fossils'. We went on a rock hunt around school on Monday. Have your own rock hunt. Take photos or draw pictures of what you find, label them if you can and describe the rocks you find! Remember, you can always email us pictures or PowerPoint presentations.


  • consider
  • extreme
  • February
  • guide
  • group
  • mention
  • special

Spring Term 1

10/ 1/ 20


This week we have been doing lots of times and division work with the 4x table. Please choose 6 facts in your 4x table and write ALL the facts you know from them


1 x 4 = 4

4 x 1 = 4

4 ÷ 1 = 4

4 ÷ 4 = 1



  • circle
  • forwards
  • grammar
  • group
  • surprise
  • reign
  • address




We have been learning about Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’. Write what you think the last chapter should be – don’t forget the chapters in this book are quite short. Don’t forget who is in it and where it is. I’d like to see how close you are! Don’t forget great punctuation!


  • actually
  • certain
  • knowledge
  • mention
  • popular
  • strange
  • promise




In Maths this week we have been learning all about money. Choose ten totals and show what coins you could use to make them. You need to use exact coins – there can’t be any change!

Eg 50p = 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p + 5p + 5p



  • although
  • believe
  • famous
  • guard
  • naughty
  • possible
  • women

Spring Term 2




We have been doing lots of measuring recently and looking at lots of units of measure. Please put these measurements in ASCENDING order of size:

1] 3m        20cm        11mm

2] 35cm     35mm       35m

3] 8cm             75mm              8m          8.5cm

4] 9.5mm   8cm         3m          4000mm

5] 600cm   5m          5500mm   50mm

CHALLENGE: Now write 4 of your own, in ascending order


  • separate
  • question
  • purpose
  • probably
  • possession
  • ordinary
  • different