Happy Tuesday! How are you feeling today? As it’s the final day of June, why not start the day with a disco challenge?
What is your new healthy choice for today?
Year 3: In today’s lesson, you will learn how to subtract three-digit numbers. If the numbers are too high or too difficult to subtract in your head, write them down in columns. Separate the numbers into ones, tens and hundreds. List the numbers in a column and always start with the ones first. You don’t need to print the worksheets if you don’t want to – write the calculations in your books. Be careful to line the columns up correctly.
Grammar: Apostrophes for possession. A possessive apostrophe shows that something belongs to or is connected to something else. Watch this BBC clip to learn how to use possessive apostrophes . There are two follow up activities also on this link:
1) Sorting activity
2) Identify singular or plural nouns in a sentence.