Today is the last day of term year 3- can you believe it?
I am so sad that I have not been able to teach you in school for the last few months.I hope you have a fun and relaxing summer. It has been a real pleasure to teach you all and I will miss seeing you all everyday!! The excitement that you have towards your learning is infectious (that means you make me excited too!). Keep using your growth mindset - remember you can do ANYTHING you put your mind to. Good luck in year 4- you will be amazing :)
Thank you for all your learning, messages and photos- I am so sorry that I have been rubbish at posting them so here we have it. A whole post dedicated to you guys. Thank you to all the parents for sending in your messages, learning and photos. It has been lovely to keep in contact and see how you are all doing during this strange time.
Farhan- what a fantastic poem!
I hope you had a fab birthday Farhan!!
Adam's amazing pop art!! ( you inspired me to set pop art as a task on my blog so thank you Adam!!)
Tanisha- what fantastic learning!
Samirah - thank you for your message. I loved reading your tree door story- make sure you keep writing stories over the summer :). I hope you have a wonderful and relaxing time. I miss you very much too but when we are back in September you will have to come and tell me about what you have been up too!!
Arif's fantastic learning!
Archie and Cara
It looks like you had a fantastic birthday!! Cara has a chocolate cake and Archie asked for pineapple so we made a Hummingbird cake (banana and pineapple). They look very delicious!!
They look so cute and fluffy!! I also love their names.
Morning year 3! CROME BOOK RETURN TODAY
Before the end of the school year, we will be collecting the chrome books and chargers so that they can be serviced during the summer. If you have borrowed a chrome book from school, please return it to the main playground on Thursday 16th of July between 10:30 and 11:30 or between 2:00 and 3:00.
Write a letter to me about your time in year 3.
Paragraph 1: How did you feel when you came into year 3? What were you nervous?
Paragraph 2: What was your best memory from being in year 3?
Paragraph 3 : What have you learnt about yourself this year?
Good morning year 3!
Have you ever played rock, paper, scissors? This animation turns that game into 3 characters!
Create a wanted poster for Scissors.
Maths - Rounding
Lets practice our rounding skills today as I know this is something we struggled with during the year. Remember 5/ 50 upwards and you round up - anything less and you round down.
Enjoy this rounding game:
Sometimes we can worry about things - some of you may worry a little and some and you may worry a lot. We are all different and that's fine- writing these worries down can make you feel better. Draw out your jar in your book and write down things that may have been worrying you.
They might be about corona virus and they also might be about any other worries they have. It might also help to speak about your worries with your parents/ carers/ siblings or friends,
Have a lovely day.
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PE - At home
Children should do 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day.
Have the best weekend year 3!
Alice and Hasina
It was so nice to see you all yesterday- it made me realise how much I have missed you all. Thank you for bringing in your reading books. Cromebooks will be brought back in on Thursday for you to sign the crome book paper work.
Lets get on with the learning today!
Did you enjoy the first chapter of the The Ickabog? Lets read Chapter 2.
What is a play script?A play or drama script is like a story that has been written for actors to perform, with the term 'play' relating to a theatrical performance.
People who write them are called Playwrights. Children will learn about them during drama lessons.
Play scripts can be written in all genres, from comedy to drama, thriller and romance.
They are written differently to stories and novels in that they focus more specifically on dialogue and stage direction so that actors know how to make the characters behave on stage.
The words spoken by characters in drama scripts are known as dialogue.
Whereas these are written inside speech-marks in books, in scripts they are written after the character name and separated by a colon.
This makes it easier for actors to follow the lines they need to say when performing the script.
These can be instructions on how to walk, speak or stand, or just suggestions on mood.
These are included in the dialogue using brackets.
They can relate to any character and not just the one who is speaking.
Stage directions are not said aloud.
They are always written in the present tense.
Enjoy your day!
Alice and Hasina
Reading - The Ickabog
Read Chapter 1 on the link and meet King Fred the Fearless:
2.Draw Fred the fearless.
3. What was Fred's favourite past time?
4 What are the names of his two best friends?
5They are bad friends. True or false? Explain your answer.
Boot- Chapter 9
Retell the story in a fairytale style. Here is my example:
Once upon a time, in a small French village lived a little shoe maker. His shop stocked many beautiful shoes- people came from far away to buy his footwear. There was something special about this man's shoes- a secret magic that made them different-they could move and make noises!
One morning a beautiful maidan ,wondered into town looking for some new shoes. The old man puffed up his chest and began shining the shoes in the windows, excited to sell them. Captivated by the beauty of the shoes the women stared and began to move to the door of the shop. Just as the little man was sure he would be making a sale ,there was a loud sound and a smartly dressed man appeared from nowhere with a mobile shoe store.The little shoekeeper knew that this meant trouble!
0, 2, 4…… 20
What happens if we make the 2 ten times bigger- what would we be counting in?
Count in 20s
0, 20 ,40, 60….
Can you find all the 2d numbers where the sum of the digits is 5?
? + 34 = 100
62 + ? = 100
? + 43 = 100
18 ÷ 3 =
16÷ 4 =
28 ÷ 4 =
45 ÷ 5 =
15 ÷ 5 =
You might not have a garden but don't worry that doesn’t mean you can’t create nature art. Go on a walk or visit a park and you’ll be sure to find a lovely assortment of things which can be used creatively together. The sky is the limit so anything goes. Make sure you find things that have already fallen off of trees, flowers and bushes. Other interesting items like seed pods, feathers or pebbles.
You will need natural items such as (but not exclusively):
• Small branches of greenery
• Anything else you fancy
How to:Place your nature items in a pile and arrange them in pictures and patterns. There are no rules for what to create, anything goes!
We made fairies, patterns, abstract designs and even a fish.
If you can't get outside don't worry - you can still do some art- you can draw different things for example leaves, twigs, petal,berries.