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Class 3 Wednesday 1st July

30 Jun 2020

Good morning.


Slide Show 


Story time:

Today is the last part of our story. I wonder what will happen to Grandma at the end? Time to click on the book and see how the story finishes.


Today we will be looking at fractions again. We had some amazing scores yesterday and well done to everyone who logged on and completed the activity. Everything you need to find today's work is below.  Don't forget you can go back and have another go if you would like to improve your scores. 

The log in details are below.

Writing Task.

So far this week you have designed a vehicle to take you on a journey, and then you have decided what to pack to go on a trip. It looks like now it might be time to go on our adventure. Some of you have started to think about where you would like to travel to, and now I would like you to create a plan or map to show me your journey. 

You could make it a trip to real places you would like to visit, or you could include places you have been to already. If you wanted to you could use your imagination and take a trip to space and link it to last week, or you could go to imaginary places. 

You will need to think about where you would go and then draw your journey. Please put detail in your map and include the names of the places you are going to. You could also draw in the types of transport you use too (maybe a plane or boat to cross the ocean, or a set of skiis or a snow mobile to travel across the arctic snows). Also, I would like you to tell me why you would like to go on this journey. 


I love reading myths and legends so for my journey I would go on a quest. I would do it in a different order to the map though. I would take a time machine to Camelot to get my quest from King Arthur. Then I would go on horse back to Robin Hood's camp to see if I could get him to come with me. Next I would go to see Merlin to ask him where to go next. He would give me a flying horse to get me to the next place and so on.

My journey is a magical one, but if you wanted to use machines instead that would be perfect. I went on a quest, but if you wanted to go on an exciting holiday instead then that is perfect as well. 


Please remember to go over your spellings and to keep working on them. 

Reading task:   

Yep, you guessed it....please remember to do your 30 minutes of reading today. I was very impressed to see how many people chose a reading book as one of the things they would take on their journey. It is great that you love reading so much. 


Learning Project - to be done throughout the week

 The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about transport. Learning may focus on modes of transport, transport in the past, the science behind transport, road safety and how to be safe around water. 

 ● Transport Inventors​ - Ask your child to find out about famous transport inventors such as ​Henry Ford​ and ​The Wright Brothers​. Create fact files about these inventors. Can your child draw sketches of different modes of transport ​then​ and ​now​. Can they place different modes of transport on a timeline using their invention date?   


● Colourful Collage​ - ​Ask your child to create their own transport collage. Encourage them to draw, colour or paint a variety of vehicles or make a large collage of one vehicle. Ask them to use bold colours to really make their vehicles stand out! The collage could be made using cut up squares from magazines and leaflets.​ Share the collages at ​#TheLearningProjects​.  

 ● Obstacle Course​ - Ask your child to find any toy transport (cars, trains, etc) they may have at home, then they can design an obstacle course for their vehicle to travel around. This could be on a track or floor involving ramps inside or in the garden. Another idea - get each family member to make a paper aeroplane and throw each one in turn and see whose travels the furthest. Ask your child to measure the lengths of the distance travelled and record these on a bar chart. Recommendation at least 2 hours of exercise a week
 ● Let’s Talk Transport​ -Talk as a family about transport in your life. Talk about how you get to school and work. Do you get your food delivered? Does anyone in the family operate a mode of transport? Is it their job? Discuss the first family car owned. Ask your child to mind map all of the ways your family relies on transport and then to imagine a life without it. 


 ● Transport Around the World​ - Ask your child to look at how people travel around in India. B​uses, cycle-rickshaws, autorickshaws, e-rickshaws, tempos (big, brutal-looking autorickshaws), taxis, boats, tongas (horse-drawn carts), metros and urban trains provide transport around India's cities. Encourage them to compare this to Venice and how the people there travel around​ (​gondola and sandolo tours all around the city). Can your child design a new vehicle suitable for each of these places thinking carefully about suitable and local materials? 

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