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Week 5: w/b 18/05/20

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This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme is kindness.  

Below are a couple of fun activities that are age appropriate from reception to year 6.

 

https://mentallyhealthyschools.org.uk/resources/seven-days-of-kindness-calendar?pdf=coronavirus-dealing-with-effects-of-lockdown-toolkit-5

 

https://www.togetherforchildren.org.uk/sites/default/files/2020-05/Mindfulness%20%20Wellbeing%20Pack%20WEB2Final.pdf

 

As another act of kindness, why not get your child to write a letter or send a card to our local care home, Southgate Beaumont Care Home. 

Address:

Iva Gogeva

15 Cannon Hill,

Old Southgate,

London,

N14 7DJ

 

Stay Safe,

Mrs Adem

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Hello Year 3!

 

It has been lovely to receive emails from you, and we have enjoyed looking at your ark work. It really brightens up our day!

You have been working so well, and we know that you have been putting forth your best effort. We want to let you know that we really appreciate it!

This week you will be revising adding and subtracting amounts in Numeracy. It is also the last week of reading Danny the Champion of the World. We hope you have been enjoying reading along with us. What book should be read next?

 

Keep it up year 3!

Year 3 Team

Spellings:

Write down the spellings for this week into your book adding -ing or -ed using the rules on the class page.

forget begin prefer garden limit control cover defer occur thunder vandal visit

Can you add the suffixes -ed and -ing to the following words?

In words that end in a consonant, the final consonant is doubled when a suffix starting with
a vowel is added if the stressed syllable is at the end of the root word, e.g. control + -ed =
controlled. In words that end in a consonant, the final consonant is not doubled when suffixes
starting with a vowel are added if the stressed syllable is at the beginning of the word, e.g.
visit + -ing = visiting.
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