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Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good morning Year 3!


It is Wednesday 25th March and I am missing teaching you very much. However, your messages on my register really made me smile :-) so thank you. 


You can leave some more messages here.


Here are your tasks for today. I hope you enjoy them.




Today’s task is about time so read the clocks carefully.


You worked really hard on telling the time last week just remember to focus on these three questions;


  1. Is it to or past?
  2. How many minutes past or to is it?
  3. What hour is it past or to?


Good luck!




Read Fabio the world’s greatest Flamingo Detective up until page 5.


Don’t forget to read the pages just before chapter 1 begins where the main characters - Fabio and Gilbert - are introduced.


Answer these three quick-fire questions in your exercise book


  1. Fabio is slight and pink but what two adjectives describe what he is not.
  2. On page two, find a word that means the same as looked
  3. How did Alfonso pick up the pocket watch? Clue: It’s an adverb


Write a sentence or two in your exercise book when answering this fourth question


At Alfonso’s pace, it was going to take more than a minute


  4. Why do you think the author has made Alphonso a tortoise?




Have a look at this interesting picture.



The young boy standing next to his father (the farmer) is watching the bales of hay as they are floating in mid-air. 




Write a diary entry as the boy (first person) explaining the strange day he has had. Be as creative as you can.


Think about these questions when you are writing;

What was your day supposed to be like (before the strange thing happened?)

What did your dad think about the floating hay bales?

Did you manage to get them back to the ground (or not?)


Use this opener to help if you aren’t sure how to start


Dear Diary,


I have had one of the strangest days imaginable…


PE – Sort of!


I hope you have been keeping active. Joe Wickes is doing PE sessions on YouTube every day. We have been doing them at school and they are a great way to keep fit and stay positive.


Here is yesterday’s video and today’s will be on you tube from 9am.


Wednesday is usually badminton day so I thought you might like to watch this amazing badminton rally!


See if you can count how many shots there are; BE WARNED - It is very very quick!


EXTRA FACT: The fastest ever badminton shot was measured at 303 miles per hour. That’s 70 mph faster than a Formula 1 racing car! You wouldn't want to be hit by that would you? OUCH!


You are all awesome!


Have a good day, keep your chins up and - as always - #washyourhands 


Mr Webber