3B – Horton Kirby

3B Had an exciting day at Horton Kirby, learning all about the life of an Evacuee during World War Two.

We learned some information about the history of the village during the War and pretended that we were children from that period of history. We were taught a lesson in the 1940’s style, but had to leave the classroom when the air raid siren went!

After visiting the air raid shelter, we went for a walk around the village, before trying out some traditional games in the playground.

Year 3 Home Learning 25th April 2019

 

We practised ordering numbers.

How many numbers can you make using these digits?

6     7    8

Put them in order from smallest to greatest.

Our new topic is ‘Dig For Victory’.

Practise these useful spellings (can you find out what the words mean?)

Evacuation    Evacuee   

Ration         Rationing   

Air raid shelter   World War Two        

Choose a times table and write the ‘family’ for each fact e.g 6 x 2 = 12

So:  2 x 6 = 12,  12 ÷ 2 = 6 and 12 ÷ 6 =2