Year 3 Homework Summer Week 1

Your homework this week is:

Maths is on purple mash. Complete the todo for the xtable check. Your teachers will be able to see how you do. You will be repeating this homework in week 5 so you can look at your progress.

English – In English this week we created book reviews using our summarising skills. Please post a book review of the Queen’s Orangutan by David Walliams. We have looked at this book as part of guided reading.

The Queen's Orang-Utan: Amazon.co.uk: Walliams, David, Ross, Tony:  9780008135133: Books

Example of what it shoul look like (note you do not need to read it):

84 thoughts on “Year 3 Homework Summer Week 1

  1. book review of the queens orangutan.

    I think the story is really nice because it is very funny and enjoyable.
    I think this because of one part where the oragutan poured tea all over the prime minister. Also because I was surprised when the orangutan spoke.
    I really had fun reading the book with my class.

  2. Maths
    I did it on purple mash

    English
    Book: The Queen’s Orangutan
    I liked the book because the Queen asked for an unusual pet. An orangutan. I liked how she got the idea of wanting a butler as a orangutan. I recommend this book for 6-7 age or onwards because swinging from pole to pole outside the kings castle would be very dangerous!

  3. I have done maths on purple mask
    English :
    The queens orangutan 4.5 stars
    The Queen is trapped inside her palace and it is her birthday.This time she knew what she wanted,an orangutan!? Yes she wanted it and she of course got it. When she got it did silly things like pouring tea on the prime minister. She even made him king. I thing it is a funny book and is one of my favourites.
    So it is 4.5 star.
    Reviewed by Aryan Mahmood.

  4. I done my maths work but I could nt save it so I wrote it here . 4 times table 6×4=24
    4×4=16
    5×4=20
    8×4=32
    3×4=12
    12×4=48
    9×4=36
    10×4=40
    7×4=28

  5. Book review
    Queen orangtan
    David Williams
    5 star
    The queen wants a oragtan for her birthday so it can be her buttler
    Everyone was surprise
    I would recomed this to my friend because she wants a orantan because it is fun and nice

  6. Maths
    4
    6×4=24
    4×4=16
    5×4=20
    8×4=32
    3×4=12
    12×4=58
    9×4=36
    10×4=40
    7×4=28
    8
    3×8=24
    2×8=16
    12×8=48
    9×8=72
    5×8=40
    12×8=96
    8×8=64
    4×8=32
    7×8=56

  7. I have done my Maths on Purple Mash:
    “6””*” “4” “=” “24” “” “3” “*” “8” “=” “24”
    “4” “*” “4” “=” “16” “” “2” “*” “8” “=” “16”
    “5” “*” “4” “=” “20” “” “6” “*” “8” “=” “48”
    “8” “*” “4” “=” “32” “” “9” “*” “8” “=” “72”
    “3” “*” “4” “=” “12” “” “5” “*” “8” “=” “40”
    “12” “*” “4” “=” “48” “” “12” “*” “8” “=” “96”
    “9” “*” “4” “=” “36” “” “8” “*” “8” “=” “64”
    “10” “*” “4” “=” “40” “” “4” “*” “8” “=” “32”
    “7” “*” “4” “=” “28” “” “7” “*” “8” “=” “56”

    English:
    Book review for the Queen’s Orangutan by David Walliams.
    Rating: 5 stars.
    Plot: The Queen was trapped inside her palace because she had to stay inside the whole time. On her birthday she asked for an Orangutan and the Orangutan came and swung on the chandelier.
    The Queen was very exited because the Orangutan came to be her butler.
    The Queen had a meeting with the prime minister and the Orangutan spilt some tea on his head.
    Then the Queen escaped and wrote a note that the Orangutan will be king.
    I recommend this book to children aged from 8 to 9.

  8. The Queens Orangutan
    David Walliams
    Tony Ross
    I would rate this 5 stars.
    it is when the Queen wanted an Orangutan for her birthday.Then next day she recieved her Orangutan to be her butler. The Orangutan made everything go wrong, first he spilled tea on the prime minister, then he he drew a bad portrait of the Queen(which the Queen liked.)
    I would recommend this to 7/8 because it is a exiting and a halairious book.

  9. The Queen was stuck in a pile of lots of suf.
    It was the Queens birthday and she said she wanted a Orang-Utan so the
    Orang-Utan swing across the light and the Queen also laugh.
    The Queen did not want to have a mile with the president because he was Boring and she wanted to have a mile with the Orang-Utan.
    When the Orang-Utan was doing his dancing he did not follow the step by Step dance.

  10. 1. She felt trapped in her room.
    2. She wants a gift on her birthday she said
    orang utan.
    3. When it was her birthday she got a orang
    utan.
    4. She was so happy because it fel on the birthday cake.
    5. She escape.

  11. Keyan

    English:
    Name of the book:The Queens Orang Utan
    Author:David Walliams
    Illustrated by:Tony Ross
    Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
    What the book is about:

    The book is about the queen who wants an orang-utan. She wants the the orang-utan to be the butler, but he is very naughty. He spilt tea on the prime minster head. I really enjoyed this book.

  12. The Queen ‘s Orang-utan
    Author: David Williams
    Illustrated by Tony Ross
    Rate – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
    I liked the end of the story when the queen was free and the Queen left a letter she said , “Orang-utan is the king now and everything he will decide”.
    I like this book and recommend to my friends and family. The story is all about the Queen and Orang-utan.

    Maths
    I have done purple maths but there is no option for save it. But I had screenshot .

  13. Book review:
    What is the book about:
    This is an interesting book because its about the Queen stuck in her castle and wants a naughty, silly Orang-utan on her birthday. The queen wanted an Orang-utan butler because she was bored in her castled it was interesting for the queen. An example the naughty Orang-utan spilled boiling hot tea on top of the Prime Ministers head.
    Recommendation:
    I recommend this book for schools and your family because it is a very funny and silly book.

    Maths:
    I was unable to save the work in Purple Mash.
    6×4=24
    3×8=24
    2×8=16
    12×8=48
    9×8=72
    5×8=40
    12×8=96
    8×8=64
    4×8=32
    7×8=56
    4×4=16
    5×4=20
    8×4=32
    3×4=12
    12×4=58
    9×4=36
    10×4=40
    7×4=28

  14. I done my maths work but I could nt save it so I wrote it here .

    6×4=24
    4×4=16
    5×4=20
    8×4=32
    3×4=12
    12×4=48
    9×4=36
    10×4=40
    7×4=28

    3×8=24
    2×8=16
    6×8=48
    9×8=72
    5×8=40
    12×8=96
    8×8=64
    4×8=32
    7×8=56

  15. Book review
    Book :The queen’s orangutan
    Author:David Walliams
    Illustrator:Tony Ross

    This book is about a queen who is terribly tired and stressed .So,for her birthday she asks for an orangutan,but not any ordainary orangutan but a butler , and a very energetic one aswell.
    The butter orangutan destroys everything even swinging on the light shades and tips tea on the president.
    The Queen was over whelmed and surprises everyone with what she does next .
    This book shows that sometimes people can get over worked by working in some jobs , and everyone need s help and a break sometimes .
    The pictures were nice but I think more pictures would of been nice .
    I think this book would be aimed for 7-9 year olds because it’s fun to read and David walliams always makes his books enjoyable for children.

  16. Name of book:The Queens arang-utan
    Rate:5 stars
    Review:The Queen felt trapped in her palace on her birthday.No one could guess what she wanted…the royal guards tried to guess and even the royal baby tried to guess.Then what?they all shouted.an arang-utan

  17. Book review
    The Queens orangutan
    This book is interesting because the Queen wants a orangutan for her birthday and a orangutan is a type of ape. She wants the orangutan because she wants to use it as a butler so they gave her a orangutan then the orangutan destroyed everything then the orangutan poured tea on the prime minister.
    Recommendation
    I recommend this book for people that are 6+ because there’s simple words so they can read it and if people like comedy.
    My opinion
    This book is so funny and silly.

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