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Task 1: Maths

I hope that you had fun interpreting bar graphs yesterday. Today, you will be creating your own bar graph using the data that you collected on Tuesday. Below, you will find an example of a bar graph with some helpful hints for what to remember. There are also some blank bar graphs if you could like to use one of these - there are 4 but you can choose the one that suits your data the best (as an idea, if you have more items, choose a shorter, wider blank; if you have only a few items, choose a taller blank as you will need a higher frequency), although you can draw it straight in to your Home Learning book. If you have any difficulty, refer to your resource pack or contact us for more support.

We would love to share the pictures of these if you are able, so please e-mail them through to your teacher and let us see what you have been finding in your houses! Happy weekend!

Task 2: Project

Today's project is all about the sun and how to stay safe. I love going outside when it is bright and sunny. I like going for walks, relaxing whilst listening to music and doing the hula-hoop. However, when it is bright and sunny I take extra care to stay safe outside. Can you think of some ways you could be 'sun safe' ?


Read the PowerPoint below and see if your ideas are on there and learn some new facts.

Task: today's project task is to create a leaflet explaining how to stay safe in the sun. You can use the information in the PowerPoint to help you.

I have provided you with a leaflet template below, however, this can be done differently. You can use a piece of scrap or plain paper, or do it in your home learning books. Choose the best layout for you!


Try and include the following:

  • Heading
  • Sub - headings
  • Pictures
  • Facts
  • Paragraphs
  • A 'did you know' question


I have also provided a sun safety word search for you.


This week your spellings are from the year 3/4 spelling list. The spellings are on the PowerPoint with a short task to help you practice throughout the week. More spelling will be posted next Friday. Keep up the great work year 3!