Kirknewton Primary School

Good Morning P3 23/04/2020


Hello everyone! I hope you enjoyed seeing our faces on that Hello Video! Lovely messages from some of you. I miss your lovely smiley faces so,so much!

Here is our morning song  ,so let us get to a safe place and sing and dance ! Remember to invite everyone in your family to join.

Assembly Tomorrow Friday 24/04/2020 at 10:00 am!

We have Our Online School Assembly tomorrow at 10 0’oclock in the morning or 10:00am. Do you notice that I have put in a.m to show it is morning time. Night time will 10: 00pm. We are learning time, so I am encouraging you to consciously be aware of how we refer to time all day through. Here is the link to the Assembly, let’s all join in tomorrow!



Make sure you complete your Grammar Challenge on Sumdog, I have reset it for all of you.

I hope you all know your spelling words now and have written good sentences using these words. Keep practising your Spelling words for an assessment exercise tomorrow. You have also chosen one book from your Active learn account which you are reading this week. You notice there is work set out for you do at the end of your book , please do this work.

We also have some work to do which follows on The First Minister’s Reading Challenge. Here is all the information on what you are to do.  The aim is to have work from you which shows your enjoyment and creativity in doing this Reading Challenge, so start on this today. Ask an adult to help you read and understand this information. This is an exciting Challenge for you!

Pupil Journey (1)


In our Number Talks we will continue learning to use the strategy of adding and subtracting in tens or hundreds to quickly work out sums. Also look out for 10 bond numbers and 100 bond numbers. Do you remember them  for example  6+4  = 10 :  10  -4 = 6 . It is up to you to choose which sums to work out. Remember a good learner is always keen to challenge themselves. Here are the sums. After working them out in your jotter explain to someone about the strategies you used. Let us call it the Family Number Talk Time, so organise it and make it exciting!

24 + 10                                          35 + 40                                   168 + 300

45 + 25                                           135 + 55                                  684 + 316

50 – 26                                          100 – 56                                    900 – 455

We will continue with learning to read time.Practise using these videos

Can you read the times on this work sheet. Use your Home-pack jotter to write the answers down and then ask some to help you check the answers. Write the answers in analogue and digital. For example the answer to number 1 is 2:40 or 20 minutes to 3

Telling Time - Lessons - Tes Teach

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