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Please answer the four arithmetic questions below and then complete the days learning under the White Rose Daily Maths Activity star. 

 

Week beginning 13th July 2020

Your last week, Year 3! What a very strange year it has been.  I don't think anyone could have guessed quite what it was going to be like when we all lined up for the first time as Year 3 back in September.   You have been such a great class and I have really enjoyed being your teacher this year.  I know some of you are in school this week but if you're working from home I hope to catch up with you before the summer holiday.  

I am doing very well. Still taking it easy for another two weeks but then I can get back to normal hopefully.  Luckily, picking strawberries and raspberries at the allotment has been quite a popular job so I've had a few volunteers!  

Well done for making the best of this time.  I have loved speaking with you on the phone, hearing your news, reading your work and seeing what you've been up to.  You should be very proud of yourselves for your hard work and perseverance.  Make sure you also say a massive thank you to your grown ups/supply teachers for all their help and support.  I know they have done a terrific job and it's not always easy.  In fact, I think they deserve a silent cheer and then a VERY loud cheer!  

Work hard this week Year 3 and then enjoy the summer holidays.  

Ms Monaghan 

xx

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

187 + 234 = 421

 

 

912 + 56 = 968

 

329 + 359 = 688

 

398 + 200 = 598

 

199 + 28 + = 227

 

387 – 127 = 260

 

 

 298 – 240 = 58

 

761 – 178 = 583

 

600 – 462 = 138

 

499 – 198 = 301

 

39 x 8 = 312

 

 

37 x 3 = 111

 

82 x 4 = 328

 

61 x 6 = 366

 

55 x 5 = 275

 

125 ÷ 5 = 25

 

 

80 ÷ 4 = 20

 

400 ÷ 10 = 40

 

99 ÷ 9 = 11

 

250 ÷ 10 = 25

Week beginning 6th July 2020

Hello Year 3.  Just a quick note at the start of the week to say I hope you're all keeping well and have had a lovely weekend.  As usual, all your home learning is on the website so you will have lots to keep you busy. I hope you're enjoying the writing topic - whichever one you've chosen!  

I'm still doing well.  I have to take it easy until my eye is completely healed. This means no gardening (my poor allotment!), no cycling or Joe Wickes workouts and no housework.  I wonder if you can guess which one I'm not missing? I hope you all have a lovely week.  Here are your daily maths questions:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

387 + 298 =

 

 

285 + 276 =

 

286 + 681 =

 

398 + 39 =

 

500 + 229 =

 

500 – ? = 127

 

 

376 – 240 =

 

388 – 78 =

 

388 – 256 =

 

396 – 121 =

 

28 x 3 =

 

 

66 x 4 =

 

48 x 5 =

 

33 x  7=

 

29 x 3 =

 

250 ÷ 10 =

 

 

56 ÷ 4 =

 

200 ÷ 10 =

 

33 ÷ 3 =

 

60 ÷ ? = 5

 

Week beginning 29th June 2020

I just wanted to let you all know that my operation has gone really well! I am following doctor's orders and taking it easy but I did just want to post a quick message here.  Thank you for all the lovely messages. smiley

Here are your daily maths questions for the week (the answers are in .pdf below).  

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

542 + 392 =

 

 

493 + 222 =

 

321 + 21 + 43 =

 

500 + 123 =

 

399 + 189 =

 

600 – 234 =

 

 

298 – 199 =

 

322 – 78 =

 

982 – 256 =

 

333 – 111 =

 

73 x 3 =

 

 

54 x 2 =

 

87 x 3 =

 

83 x 8 =

 

32 x 9 =

 

110 ÷ 10 =

 

 

44 ÷ ? = 4

 

120 ÷ 2 =

 

75 ÷ 3 =

 

45 ÷ 5 =

 

Friday 26th June 2020

Year 3 Sparta vs Athens debate

At the moment we're going back in time to Athens. 

Keep your votes coming!

Today is my last day for a bit. I will definitely post a message here in the last few days of term so please check back (Anyway, I want to let you know who wins: Athenians or Spartans). I'm hoping that I will also get to talk with each of you before we break up. 

In the meantime, the home learning will continue as before.  The only change will be these messages.  I will put up daily maths questions for the week and then please complete the White Rose lesson each day too.  I have left two weeks' writing activities up.  You have a choice, as you will see when you head over to the writing page.  I'm not going to remove any home learning from these pages so please take your time with the activities.  There's no pressure - you can even complete them in the Summer holidays.  I'll also put spellings and afternoon activities up too.  There will be plenty to keep you busy, as usual. 

If you need anything urgently please contact the school directly.  I would love to see any work although it might be a couple of weeks until I can get back to you.

Thank you so much for all the lovely messages.  I have really appreciated them. 

I hope you all have a lovely couple of weeks. Keep up the great work you're doing and I hope to see you soon. 

Ms Monaghan xx

 

300 - 138 = 

 

765 + 121 =

 

76 x 6 = 

 

56 divided by 7 =

 

 

Thursday 25th June 2020

Tomorrow is my last day for a bit so if you've got any questions, please email me with them today. I am happy to help with anything.  You can continue to email me with work after this point. I might not be able to get back to you (at least for a bit) but I would love to see what you're getting up to. 

Have you decided whether you would rather be an Athenian or a Spartan? I can't wait to find out what you think!  I think I'm still going back in time to Athens but you might be able to persuade me Sparta is the place to be.....send me your choice and your reasons. 

 

382 - 121 = 261

 

348 + 348 = 696

 

82 x 7 = 574

 

66 divided by 6 = 11

 

 

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Thank you so much for sending me your writing. I have absolutely loved seeing what you've been up to. The holiday leaflets were amazing - I've got so many more places I want to visit now. Great work on the timelines too.   I also really enjoyed finding out about modern Greece and, as usual Year 3, you have taught me things I didn't know.  Later this week, you are going to decide whether you would time travel back to Athens or Sparta.  I would love to hear your opinions on this - we could have a class vote!  Keep all your work coming.

 

483 - 103 = 380

 

48 + 392 = 440

 

83 x 3 = 249

 

80 divided by 5 = 16

 

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

 I hope you're enjoying the writing tasks on a modern European country.  You might find yourself doing a bit of time travelling shortly.....all the way back in time to Ancient Greece!  Hmmmm, wonder what I should pack?

 

389 + 293 = 682

 

430 - 328 = 102

 

49 x 3 = 147

 

150 divided by 3 = 50

 

Monday 22nd June 2020

Good morning, Year 3.  I hope you had a splendid weekend.  I am very lucky to have lots of helpers on my allotment now the strawberries are ripe....interesting that there were fewer helpers when I was digging potato rows!  

My eye operation is now this Friday which means I can go right to the end of the week with you! Please do email me if you've got any questions.  I'm hoping to speak with all of you before the end of the term.  If  you would like to speak with me this week, or have anything you want to ask me before I go off, please do let me know. Don't worry - I will leave you lots of lovely home learning to keep you busy! 

 

700 - 276 = 424

 

343 + 121 = 464

 

71 x 3 = 213

 

How many ways can you divide 100? I think I've found 7 - can you beat me? 

A few of you did! 100 has the following factors: 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100

 

 

Friday 19th June 2020

Er, sorry Year 3.  I think I may have jinxed the weather yesterday!  It's turned cold and rainy again... Still, that gives us lots of chance to do some of the Afternoon Activities or just find a cosy corner and read a good book.  Since it's Friday, could you all please do an arithmetic paper and send me the scores? Thank you so much.  Have a wonderful weekend - whatever the weather!

 

873 - 129 =  744

 

788 + 39 + 76 = 903

 

29 x 4 = 116

 

140 divided by 14 = 10

 

Thursday 18th June 2020

More beautiful weather this week - aren't we lucky? If you're fed up of being out and about and enjoying the sunshine wink, why not head over to our Afternoon Activities page? You're bound to find something that interests you!  There is an excellent science website I've given you the link to, which is definitely worth taking a look at.  Missing French? The BBC have put on some great activities and videos to keep you going until you're back in school.  There's always something to do - no need to feel bored!

 

871 + 183 + 9 = 1,063

 

498 - 221 = 277

 

71 x 4 = 284

 

300 divided by 10 = 30

 

Wednesday 17th June 2020

I just wanted to say, that I have been loving your diary entries from last week.  Please keep them coming!  I hope you enjoyed writing them as much as I have enjoyed reading them.  I think they will make a really unique record of this very unusual time and in years to come, you'll be so glad you wrote them.  I started keeping a diary when I was about eight (yes, it was a very long time ago!).  It's definitely a good habit to get into. 

 

900 - 472 = 428

 

491 + 187 = 678

 

48 x 8 = 384

 

210 divided by 10 = 21

 

Tuesday 16th June 2020

I hope you're enjoying this week's writing activities.  I'm starting to think I might not get to France with the tent this year, which has made me a little fed up because I love our camping holidays.  I thought to cheer me up, our class could do some travelling with our writing activities.   It's working already - you have inspired me with your holiday choices and interesting and informative leaflets.  Thank you if you've sent yours to me - at least we can travel in our imagination!   

 

873 - 196 = 677

 

348 + 194 = 542

 

87 x 4 = 348

 

68 divided by 4 = 17

 

Monday 15th June 2020

Good morning, Year 3.   I hope you all had a lovely weekend.  The weather decided it was Summer again so we managed a couple of beautiful bike rides which felt completely different from last weekend when I had about six layers of clothes on!

Just to let you all know, I will be having another eye operation (same problem, different eye!) on the 25th June.  The hospital just phoned to let me know last week.  Do not worry, I will be leaving lots of home learning and will be around for emails, phone calls, help or anything else you might need until that date.  I just wanted to give you lots of notice in case there was anything you wanted to know, or wanted help with.  When I'm off after the operation, I will make sure there is someone else who can deal with any queries or problems you may have.  More on this nearer the time.....

 

305 - 287 = 18

 

492 + 5 + 129 = 626

 

54 x 8 = 432

 

120 divided by 5 = 24

 

 

Friday 12th June 2020

For this Friday's maths activity, please could you all do an arithmetic test and send me your score? You don't have to send it to me today, just some time over the next week would be great.  If you tell me which one you've done, that would also be very helpful.  Try to do the test in 30 minutes but if you go over the time, don't worry - just tell me how long you took.  Have a lovely weekend, Year 3 - see you back here on Monday!

 

439 + 369 = 808

 

800 - 438 = 362

 

37 x 3 = 111

 

3000m = 3km

 

Thursday 11th June 2020

One of the things I am missing about being in class with you all (and believe me, Year 3, the list is very, very long!) are the chats we have about books we have been reading, and where the stories have taken us.  Do you remember the bookmark my sister-in-law sent me? It said, "reading is somewhere to go when we have to stay where we are".  Now the weather has turned rainy and cold, it's the perfect time to find a book and a cosy corner and do some travelling - back in time, to distant lands, even to outer space.  Or, choose a non-fiction book and find out more about your favourite topics.  My last book took me the gardens of Japan and now I've ended up in France during World War 2 - all without leaving home.  It's like having a magic flying carpet! 

 

392 - 293 = 99

 

444 - 333 = 111

 

39 x 4 = 156

 

140 divided by 10 = 14

 

Wednesday 10th June 2020

I had a quick bike ride up to the allotment last night and discovered my strawberries are just starting to ripen.  Unfortunately, I was not the only one to have discovered this - there was a blackbird sitting right in the middle of the strawberry patch looking delighted with himself!  What's more, he was very reluctant to move away.  I suppose I don't mind sharing a few after all the beautiful birdsong I've been listening to over the last few months.....  

 

119 + 811 = 930

 

730 - 104 = 626

 

81 x 3 = 243

 

65 divided by 5 = 13

 

Tuesday 9th June 2020

Have you had a chance to look at the Afternoon Activities yet? As usual, I have tried to put a range of subjects on but we've got something a bit special this week.  Mrs Stephenson, the Year 4 teacher, is an amazing artist and she has designed some lessons on drawing faces which are really easy to follow.  Even my drawing is getting better and, as you all know, it's one of the things I keep trying to improve.

If you've got some time, grab a pencil and a sheet of paper and pick up some top tips!

 

281 + 34 + 32 = 347

 

400 - 73 = 327

 

49 x 3 = 147

 

1/15 + 4/15 = 5/15 Don't forget to simplify your answer!  It's 1/3

 

 

Monday 8th June 2020

Good morning, Year 3!  I hope you've all had a wonderful weekend.  I managed a couple of chilly bike rides and then our usual Saturday film night, which I really look forward to.  This week, it was my turn to choose!  I decided on Call of the Wild, a story about a dog called Buck and his adventures in Alaska. 

It really made me want to go camping, which we might manage, and try out husky sledding, which might possibly prove a little trickier.....   Still, it's nice to have a dream!  

 

811 - 711 = 100

 

492 + 176 = 668

 

61 x 9 = 549

 

3/4 - 1/4 =  2/4 Can you simplify? Yes, you can - it's 1/2

 

Friday 5th June 2020

Friday is the day for the BBC Bitesize Maths Challenge - don't forget to follow the link and test your reasoning and problem-solving skills.  The questions get harder as you go; see how many you can do!  I've also put up six arithmetic papers, in case you would like a bit more maths practice.  You'll find another new resource under the Afternoon Activities star: the Kindness Calendar for June.  It's full of lovely ideas and activities for every day of the month. I hope you enjoy it.

 

190 - 45 = 145

 

302 + 178 = 480

 

29 x 6 = 174

 

117 divided by 9 = 13

 

 

 

Thursday 4th June 2020

Yesterday was a bit of a shock after all the hot weather - it was so cold.  Still, I've made a list of good things about rainy days:  

  • My allotment got a good watering without me lifting a finger.
  • It's a good excuse to curl up with a good book.
  • There are lots of puddles to splash in!

Can you think of any reasons why you like the rain?

 

109 - 35 = 74

 

298 + 159 = 457

 

71 x 4 = 284

 

1/5 + 4/5 =   5/5   Can you simplify your answer? You can - it's 1. 

 

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Now the weather is getting cooler, you might want to take a look at the ideas underneath the Afternoon Activities star.  There are lots of different areas to choose from - history, geography, computing, art, etc, etc.  Take a look at some of the previous week's ideas if you haven't seen them yet.  There really is something for everyone.  One fantastic new website that I've been told about is the writing project from the Stephen Joseph Theatre and the National Literacy Trust.  I've included the link under the Interesting websites star.  I know how many great writers we've got in our class and I think you would all really enjoy the activities.  Why not take a look? Don't forget to share your writing with me.  I love to see what you're up to!

 

382 + 12 + 134 = 528

 

401 - 140 = 261

 

49 x 3 = 147

 

48 divided by 6 = 8

 

 

 

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

I have added a separate star for the weekly spellings so they are all in one place.  Do you remember some of the strategies we used in class to practise our spellings? I know you all had your favourites! Don't worry if you've forgotten exactly how we did it, I've put some tips up to remind you.  The spellings will also be on Spelling Shed. If you'd like to know how to improve your spellings when you're writing, there are extra strategies under the Tips for proof-reading and  spellings star.  

 

741 + 36 + 4 = 781

 

700 - 427 = 273

 

72 x 4 = 288

 

72 divided by 12 = 6

 

Monday 1st June 2020

Good morning, Year 3.  I hope you all had a lovely half term holiday and enjoyed the sunshine.  Weren't we lucky to have such glorious weather?

Back to work again!.  The writing focus this week and next is diary entries.  Check out the activities on the writing page to find out more.  There is also a great new short film but make sure you do the first writing activity before you watch it!

 

381 - 121 = 260

 

483 + 91 = 574

 

26 x 7 = 182

 

60 divided by 5 = 12

 

 

Friday 22nd May 2020

Wow, Year 3 - we have reached the end of another half term! Even though it's not how I expected it to be at the beginning of the year, I would just like to say how impressed I am by each and every one of you.  I know it's not always easy, and there must have been some days that you have found it hard, but you have all kept going.  Your great attitude to learning has impressed me when we've been in class together but perhaps even more so now you are learning at a distance.  You are all doing so well.  Since next week is a holiday, I hope you (and your supply teachers!) have a very well deserved rest.   Have a great holiday everyone!

 

871 + 124 = 995

 

491 - 194 = 297

 

66 divided by 11 = 6

 

28 x 4 = 112

 

Thursday 21st May 2020

It's great to see that a lot of you have tried out Bug Club.  Once you've read a book, make sure you've had a go at answering the questions too.  I can take a look at your answers and even send messages back to you.  There are a real range of books on Bug Club, both fiction and non-fiction.  It's really worth checking out especially since we can't visit bookshops or the library at the moment (definitely something that I'm missing at the moment - you know how much I love reading!).  

 

826 + 45 + 9 = 880

 

500 - 284 = 216

 

82 x 5 = 410

 

5 litres = 5,000 mililitres

 

 

 

Tuesday 19th May 2020

If you're stuck for something to do in the afternoon, why not check out the afternoon activities page? There are lots of great ideas there for you to browse through.  If you enjoyed creating your own plane designs in Friday's writing task, you might want to take a look at the Design activities.  You can find out how to make a 3-D model of your room or even a logo for your company.  It could come in useful for our budding aviator entrepreneurs!

 

187 + 49 + 7 = 243

 

509 - 110 = 399

 

39 x 4 = 156

 

72 divided by 9 = 8

 

 

 

Monday 18th May 2020

Good morning Year 3.  I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are ready for lots more great home learning.  I think your supply teachers are doing an excellent job!  Thank you so much for sending me your writing activities.  I have really enjoyed reading them and seeing your great ideas for flying machines.  I think Mara could have done with your ingenious and creative designs.

 

439 + 121 = 560

 

700 - 104 = 596

 

61 x 7 = 427

 

3000m = 3 km

 

 

Friday 15th May 2020

It has been so lovely catching up with you all by phone, once again.  I love hearing what you've been up to, Year 3.  You are all working so hard with your school work and fitting in lots of fun activities too!  Well done! I'm so proud of you all. 

I can't believe it's Friday again.  I hope you have enjoyed this week's writing activities.  I would love to see how you got on - including any flying machines you've made!  Please email me, if you can.  If you would like your work to go up on the Classroom Wall page on our blog, tell me in your email. Have a wonderful weekend. 

 

783 + 14 + 8 = 805

 

900 - 173 = 727

 

71 x 7 = 497

 

70 divided by 7 = 10

 

 

 

 

Thursday 14th May 2020

Have you had a chance to check out the Bug Club website?  I know some of you are really loving it - you get the chance to read a book from your book band and answer questions about what you've been reading.  If you've enjoyed a book, don't forget to write a book review and share what you've been reading with everyone!  There's more information under the reading star.

 

194 - 132 = 62

 

729 + 212 = 941

 

56 x 4 = 224

 

Can you simplify these fractions? 5/10 =  1/2           10/20 = 1/2

 

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Did you realise you are living in a very unusual time, which will be written about in history books in years to come?  Mrs MacKay, our history co-ordinator, has had a brilliant idea to capture this moment by creating a time capsule.  I have put all the details on our Afternoon Activities page.  What a wonderful thing to do!

 

266 - 199 = 67

 

802 + 25 + 20 = 847

 

28 x 7 = 196

 

36 divided by 6 = 6 

 

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Some exciting news (please do a drum rollsmiley).….….

Year 3 boys are the winners of the TT Rock Stars Tournament

4,870 (boys) over 1,410 (girls). 

Do I hear a cheer???

An especially loud cheer to Tytus and Alice who were the most valuable players for the boys and the girls.

Keep on clapping for.... Mila, Elias, Will Str, Scarlett...who were the next most valuable players. 

Well done to everyone who took part!

 

729 - 192 = 537

 

734 + 128 = 862

 

72 x 6 = 432

 

1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 = 3/3 or 1 whole

 

 

 

Monday 11th May 2020

Good morning, Year 3.  I hope you had a lovely long weekend and enjoyed the V.E. day celebrations.  A new week means a new writing topic.  This week, you'll be learning all about Mara and her adventures.  Once you've finished your maths and English, why not take a look at the new afternoon activities I have added?  You are sure to find something you're interested in - there is computing, geography, history or you could look at last week's activities and brush up on your music and bird song knowledge!  Have a great day. 

 

600 - 270 = 330

 

396 + 117 = 513

 

49 x 6 = 294

 

56 divided by 7 = 8

 

Thursday 7th May 2020

Thank you so much for sending me your work these last few weeks.  I have loved reading each and every piece of writing and seeing what you have been up to.  I have made a space on our blog to share your work.  If you'd like me to put it up, just tell me in your email and your work will appear in the Classroom Wall (it's a star on the Writing page).  If you would rather share the work with just me, that's fine too!  Finally, tomorrow is a Bank Holiday to celebrate V.E. day - enjoy your extra day off and I'll see you again on Monday!

 

296 - 76 = 220

 

503 + 24 + 5 = 532

 

91 x 3 = 273

 

3/10 + 2/10 = 5/10 Can you simplify the answer? Yes, you can - it's 1/2.

 

Wednesday 6th May 2020

I have put up a new star on our reading page for your book reviews.  So far I have one (thank you Charlie F!) but would love to hear what you've been reading and enjoying during lock down.  It can be a school reading book, a Bug Club book or a book you've enjoyed at home.  It could even be a comic or magazine that you've read. There is a form you can download on the reading page but you can just write a review in your book and then email it to me.  Don't forget to do a star rating!  I'll tell you about our Classroom Wall star tomorrow....

 

872 + 70 = 942

 

800 - 312 = 488

 

26 x 3 = 78

 

2000 g = 2 kg

 

 

 

Tuesday 5th May 2020

Did you manage to take a look at the new afternoon activities?  You can choose from history, geography or music.  You can even learn to identify different birds just from their song.  Without the usual noises from cars and planes, I think the birds sound especially loud at the moment.  When you've finished your morning activities, why not take some time to sit outside, or by an open window, and just listen?  I find it incredible that something so small, sometimes weighing less than a bag of crisps, can make a noise so loud and that all their songs sound so different.  Try it and see!

 

729 - 237 = 492

 

529 + 192 = 721

 

500 cm = 5 m

 

38 x 3 = 114

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 4th May 2020

Good morning, Year 3.  I hope you have all had lovely relaxing weekend.  Yes, I did watch Paddington 2 (again) and yes, I did make popcorn!  I enjoy our Saturday night "trips" to the cinema. winkA new week and lots of great new activities for you to try.  I love our new writing challenge and there's some really interesting Stone Age learning under the Afternoon Activities star.  Let's go!

 

128 + 30 + 3 = 161

 

823 - 124 = 699

 

82 x 6 = 492

 

32 divided by 4 = 8

 

 

Friday 1st May 2020

Wow! The end of another week!  I'm sure you've all been working so hard this week, you will be glad to have a rest this weekend.  We have a movie night now on a Saturday - we pretend we're going to the cinema (really it's just our front room but we try and make it as much like a cinema as we can).  I think it's my turn to choose this week.....hmmmm, it might be Paddington 2! I might even make some popcorn.....smiley

 

555 + 333 = 888

 

831 - 607 = 224

 

39 x 4 = 156

 

3/4 - 1/4 = 2/4 Can you simplify your answer? Yes, you can - it's 1/2

 

Thursday 30th April 2020

I hope you're having a lovely week.  I'm missing the beautiful sunshine but my allotment definitely needed the rain!  Have you had a chance to check out the new reading books online?  More information is available under the Reading star.  There are lots of exciting new books to read on your book band level, plus fun, interactive activities and questions.  I would love to hear what you think of it; drop me an email and let me know.

 

773 + 127 = 900

 

608 - 197 = 411

 

49 x 3 = 147

 

21 divided by 3 = 7

 

 

Wednesday 29th April 2020

It has been so lovely catching up with everyone by phone in the last few days.  I am missing you all a lot so it's great to hear what you've been up to.  I'm so impressed by all the hard work you've been doing.  Well done, Year 3 - you make me so proud.smiley

 

825 + 109 = 934

 

502 - 311 = 191

 

2/5 + 3/5 = 5/5.  Can you simplify your answer? Yes, you can - the answer is 1.

 

72 x 5 = 360

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Did you go on TT Rock Stars yesterday? If you did, you will have noticed that Mrs Duffield has set up a new competition between Year 3 boys and Year 3 girls.  The team with the highest score will win on Friday!  I wonder who it will be?   

 

791 + 102 = 893

 

500 - 174 = 326

 

83 x 4 = 332

 

60 divided by 6 = 10

 

Monday 27th April 2020

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend.  I did manage my bike ride and I got up to the allotment too, and you know I always manage to find time to read!  My new book has taken me to Alaska, it's been very exciting - lots of grizzly bears and wolf packs.  I was quite relieved to look up and find I was still in my armchair at home!  Don't forget, you can send me a book review of anything you've enjoyed reading recently.  I would love to hear about it.  Look under the Reading star for more information.

 

659 - 432 = 227

 

400 + 20 + 8 = 428

 

74 x 3 = 222

 

5/10 - 3/10 = 2/10    Can you simplify your answer? You can - it's 1/5

 

 

 

Friday 24th April 2020

I hope you have had a good week and have managed to enjoy the sunshine as well as working hard!  What are you up to this weekend?  I'm hoping to get up to the allotment, go for a bike ride and read my book.  Let's hope the sunshine stays with us for a little bit longer....Have a great weekend, Year 3!

 

239 + 570 = 809

 

987 - 496 = 491

 

44 x 7 = 308

 

63 divided by 7 = 9

 

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Good morning, Year 3. Hope you enjoyed yesterday's White Rose lesson. Don't forget to mark your four arithmetic questions from yesterday too.  How did you get on?    Well done for working hard and trying your best - I know you will be! 

 

145 + 315 = 460

 

549 - 161 = 388 

 

76 x 3 = 228

 

55 divided by 5 = 11

 

 

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Hello, Year 3.  Are you enjoying the new White Rose maths lessons? Hopefully, I'll have a chance to phone and catch up with you again this week.  I'm looking forward to finding out what you've been up to!

 

451 - 123 = 328

 

439 + 321 = 760

 

53 x 4 = 212

 

4/5 - 1/5 = 3/5

 

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Sorry, Year 3.  I had problems with my computer this morning.  Remember the not very smart smartboard?  It was a little bit like that!  Anyway, here are your four questions:

 

542 + 121 = 663

 

600 - 321 = 279

 

34 x 6 = 204

 

1/2 + 1/2 = 1 whole

 

 

Monday 20th April 2020

Good morning, Year 3!  The start of a new term - I hope you're all ready and raring to go!  There will only be four questions each day to get you warmed up.  Once you've done them go to the White Rose daily maths lesson.

 

63 + 5 + 2 = 70

 

549 - 121 = 428

 

435 + 23 = 458

 

60 divided by 6 = 10

 

Friday 3rd April 2020

 

 

54 + 4 + 4 = 62

 

741 - 111 = 630

 

12 divided by 3 = 4

 

15 x 6 = 90

 

602 - 194 = 408

 

498 + 193 = 691

 

1/4 + 1/4 + 1/4 = 3/4

 

92 divided by 2 = 46 (hint: remember Dad, Mother, Sister, Brother?) 46

 

 

 

 

Thursday 2nd April 2020

I've been catching up with a few of you by phone today - it's been great to chat and find out what you're up to.  I hope to get round to you all by the end of this week.  I'm delighted that so many of you are still working hard and making the most of your days.  

 

872 - 11 = 861

 

319 + 380 = 699

 

30 divided by 10 = 3

 

45 x 3 = 135

 

500 - 171 = 329

 

912 - 187 = 725

 

500 cm =  5 m

 

2 m = 200 cm

 

Wednesday 1st April 2020

I hope that you are all having a good week.  Thank you so much for the pictures and messages you've been sending me, it's lovely to see what you've been up to.  I have put the Neolithic hut pictures on our class blog, if you want to take a look.  You did a great job making it, I just wish it was bigger and we could all fit in it!

 

752 - 31 = 721

 

423 + 324 = 747

 

24 divided by 2 = 12

 

Can you complete the fact family: 12 + 8  = 20

                                                              8+ 12 = 20

                                                            20 - 8 = 12

                                                             20 - 12 = 8

 

Can you make up a fact family from these numbers? 5, 7, 35 (hint: you might need to use multiplication and division). 5 x 7 = 35

                         7 x 5 = 35

                         35  divided by 7 = 5

                         35 divided by 5 = 7

 

4/5 + 1/5 = 1

 

Tuesday 31st March 2020

I have been starting every morning with the Joe Wickes workout.  Have you tried it yet? It's a great way to start the day!  If you can't fit that in with your morning routine, try to make sure you're doing a few active things each day.  I know how much you all love your PE!

 

654+ 43 = 697

 

136 - 121 = 15

 

56 x 4 = 224

 

55 divided by 5 = 11

 

201-56 = 145

 

5 x 5 = 35 - 10

 

8/10 - 7/10 = 1/10

 

Can you simplify: 2/6 = 1/3  3/5 - You can't simplify 3/5

 

Monday 30th March 2020

I hope you all had a lovely weekend.  Thank you so much to everyone who sent me their monster poems - I loved reading them.  It's great to see you're all working hard.  If you have work you'd like to share, or questions you would like to ask, please do get in touch: rm@stmarysmalton.co.uk.  

 

434+111=545

 

546-123=423

 

600-547=53

 

48x7=336

 

36 divided by 6 = 6

 

435+165= 600

 

765+146=911

 

1/5 of 35 = 7

 

Activity 8 - Friday 27th March 2020

Hello everyone.  I hope your week has been good.  I am missing you all but I bet you're all working really hard and being amazingsmiley.  Here are today's questions.  Why not try a challenge question too?

 

6/9- 5/9 = 1/9

 

543+23 = 566

 

549-121=428

 

786-466 = 320

 

600-124=476

 

200cm  = 2 m

 

731+ 389= 1,120

 

36 divided by 3= 12

 

 

 

Activity 7 - Thursday 26th March 2020 

Good morning Year 3! Hope you enjoyed the sunshine yesterday.  Don't forget to check your answers from yesterday.  Remember, you can always try a challenge question if you want a bit more work.  They change every day too. 

 

123+ 45=168

 

542-112=430

 

63x6=378

 

72 dividied by 8 = 9

 

Can you fill in the gaps?  2/10, 4/10, 6/10, 8/10, 10/10 or 1 whole

 

435-176 = 259

 

543 + 167= 710

 

7 x 2 = 20 - 6

 

 

Activity 6 - Wednesday 25 March 2020

 Hello, lovely Year 3! Hope you are all keeping well and busy. 

 

329-109=220

 

123+158=281

 

45 x 3 = 135

 

25 divided by 5 = 5

 

434 - 192 = 242

 

2/10 + 3/10 = 5/10

 

Can you simplify your answer? 1/2

 

734 - 611= 123

 

Activity 5 - Tuesday 24 March 2020

 

20 + 4 + 4 = 28

 

601 + 15 = 616

 

5 x 3 = 15

 

128 + 132=260

 

600 - 134 = 466

 

54 x 6 = 324

 

1/3 + 2/3 = 1

 

531 - 144 = 387

 

 

Activity 4 - Monday 23 March 2020

 

 

3 x 5 = 15

 

623 - 112 = 511

 

531 + 121 = 652

 

20 divided by 2 = 10

 

565 - 126 = 439

 

762 + 108 = 870

 

24 x 4 = 96

 

2/3 of 30 = 20

 

 

Activity 3

 

710 + 1 = 711

 

20 + 4 + 4 = 28

 

600 - 2 = 598

 

231 - 100 = 131

 

7 x 3 = 21

 

1/7 + 4/7 = 5/7

 

1/5 of 35 = 7

 

40 divided by 5 = 8

 

Activity 2

 

656+ 227 = 883

 

1/4 of 12 = 3

 

 28 + 23 = 51

 

5 x 9 = 45

 

33 x 5 = 165

 

817 - 33 = 784

 

337 - 217 = 120

 

24 x 4 = 96

 

Activity 1

 

67+10=77

 

28+4+4=36

 

458-100=358

 

699+1=700

 

271+23=294

 

520-1=519

 

2/7 + 3/7=5/7

 

4x6=24

2019 KS2 Outcomes - Writing 88% EXS. 24% GD Reading 88% EXS. 53% GD Maths 94% EXS. 41% GD SPAG 94% EXS. 65%GD
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