As we have been studying perimeter last week, today I would like you to have a go at some perimeter questions. Remember to look carefully at the measurement of each side and add these together to find the total perimeter. Write the answer inside the shape and don’t forget your unit of measurement at the end.
As we reach the end of the school year, I would like you to think back to your favourite memories from your time in year 3. Fill out the worksheet with details of:
Your favourite moment – think of any lessons you particularly loved
Your favourite book – maybe this has been one we have read together or one you have found over lockdown
The best thing you learnt – think about something that you worked hard on and are proud that you know
A memory you’ll keep – this could be something that had happened with your friends
Your favourite activity – what you have enjoyed doing at school this year the most
Please email this piece of work to me.
Please read for 10 minutes one of your reading books, this can be a school book or a book you already have at home. Remember we still have access to Oxford Owl if you would like to read any books on there.
We have now finished exploring David Walliams in our lessons for this year having read ‘Grandpa’s Great Escape’ in our whole class reading lessons and ‘Fing’ as our end of the day story. I hope you enjoyed them! If you have any other David Walliams books at home, you could read these for your reading today, or if you look on BBC Iplayer, there are a few more David Walliams books that have been turned into TV programmes such as ‘Boy in the dress’ or ‘Gangster Granny’.
Choose a desert animal such as a Fennec fox or camel and research in what way this animal is adapted to help them survive in their environment. You can present your work in any way you would like, e.g. PowerPoint, poster, video. Once completed, please email this to me.