Tuesday 21st April
Good morning, Year 3.
Here’s the answer to yesterday’s riddle: A hole!
Today’s riddle: What begins with T, finishes with T and has “T” in it?
English – today we are thinking about adverbs which describe how a verb is done. For example
The car drove slowly along the road. (Slowly is the adverb; it describes HOW the car drives.)
Remember, adverbs often end in –ly.
Try some on the sheet below.
Maths today is more work on length and today you need to remember that 10mm = 1cm and 100cms = 1m (metre).
So: 1cm = 10mm
2cm = 20mm (2 lots of 10mm)
3cm = 30mm
And: 1m = 100cm
2m = 200cm (2 lots of 100cm)
3m = 300cm
Be careful, because the answers are attached to the question sheets. No peeping!
Extra activity: I think some of you are going to be involved in another Zoom call on Thursday. Mrs McKenzie has asked if you can prepare something for it. Can you make 2 signs – one that says WOW and one with a question mark (?) on. Make them big and bright and colourful. You will see what they’re for on Thursday!