In maths we are learning about shapes. Click the link to watch this lesson. It will tell you about the properties of 2D shapes (what they look like) as well as some of the 2D shape names.
These are words which you need to be able to use:
Watch the video a couple of times to make sure you know what each word means.
Go to BGFL, shared files, click on your class folder, click on the file 2D shapes for the worksheet. Remember to click save after you have finished it.
Or, follow this link if you want to print it out https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Y3-Summer-Block-3-D7-Recognise-and-describe-2D-shapes-2020.pdf
Today we are going to look at right angles. When two lines meet each other, it makes an angle. You will learn that a right angle is a quarter turn. You will also start trying to spot which shapes have got right angles.
Watch the lesson here before having a go at the worksheet:
Go to BGFL, shared files, click on your class folder, click on the file Tuesday right angles for the worksheet. Remember to click save after you have finished it.
Or, follow this link if you want to print it out https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Y3-Summer-Block-3-D2-Right-angles-in-shapes-2020.pdf
In year 3, you need to be able to read the time on an analogue clock (that is the one with hands on!). You need to know:
Then you need to be able to read all the times that are on the 5 minute intervals e.g. 5 past, 10 past, 20 past, 25 past, 25 to, 20 to, 10 to and 5 to.
You might have missed out on lots of time work in Year 2 - and you might be really used to reading the time on digital at home! Today, we will have a recap on some of the times. There are two videos to watch and two sheets to have a go at.
Recap on o'clock and half past https://vimeo.com/539557902
Recap on quarter past and quarter to https://vimeo.com/539559444
Here are the sheets if you want to print them out:
If you want to do the work online, go to BGFL onto your documents and click on the shared documents. Click on the file named Wednesday o'clock and half past and Wednesday quarter past and quarter to.
Here are some maths games you can have a go at if you still need some more practise:
Today you are going to look at reading the time to 5 minutes. If you look at a clock face you can see increments (the little marks) to show all of the minutes. The 5 minute intervals happen every time you reach a number.
Watch the lesson on reading the time to 5 minutes.
Now have a go at doing the sheet. Here is a link for you to print it out or, go onto BGFL and click on shared files. Select Thursday time to 5 mins.
This week you have been learning how to tell the time. Yesterday we focused on 5 minutes increments (every 5 minutes).
Log on to Espresso and play this game. See if you can match the correct time to each clock.
Your Espresso login details are
Telling the time sheet – 5 minutes.
On the top row can you tell what time each clock is showing?
On the bottom row, can you draw the correct time on each clock?
Remember, the big hand tells you the minutes, the little hand tells you the hours!
Here is a spinner game for you to play!
You can play it on your own, or with someone else at home.
You will need a pencil and a paperclip. Print these two sheets out, or draw your own spinner circles and answer boxes.
Put the point of the paperclip through the pencil, and then line the pencil up with the middle of the minutes circle. Hold the pencil still and spin the paperclip! See where it lands, and write the minutes in the box. Now repeat it but on the hours circle, and then write the hours in the box. What time have you made? Can you draw it on the clock face?