Please remember to sign up for Class Dojo. All of the class updates will be uploaded there from now on. If you are having trouble accessing Class Dojo or did not receive your letter in the post, please contact the school office. Mrs Chrin, Miss Hammond,
Welcome back after the Easter break. Quite an unusual holiday time but we hope that this blog finds you well.
Whilst the weather is so lovely please do keep active. Play in your garden, bounce on your trampoline, practice goal kicks or even create your own sports day. Keeping active is not only great for your body but it really helps your mind too.
Mr Fykin has uploaded some great dance workshops on the activities page of the school website. We have enjoyed learning some new moves.
Hopefully by now you should have received a letter in the post about this new online platform (If not please contact the school office). Please follow the instructions to register and you will find we are regularly updating the site with activities for you. Parents can register via the email link we sent you. Again if you can't see that please contact the office with an up to date email address.
This week we have set a maths challenge all about fractions. Watch the following clip and then write 2 facts about what you have learned and upload your photo.
The second challenge is to design a HIIT session or an obstacle course.There should be 10 exercises that last for 30 seconds and then a 30 second rest. Repeat this twice. Write it out and then upload the photo of the session or the obstacle course. Below is an example of what this might look like.
Stay safe. We hope to see you soon.
The Year 3 Teachers
Week 2 challenge!
Well done to those of you who learned to tie your shoe laces last week. We are super proud of you.
This week we would like you to help with things around the house. You may wish to choose just one from the list below or you may like to do one each day.
- Make your bed
- Wash up/ help to load the dishwasher
- Hang/ fold 4 pieces of clothing
- Hoover your bedroom
- Dust 2 rooms in the house
These tasks are again great life skills and will help when you are grown-ups too!
We look forward to hearing how you get on.
Year 3 Teachers
Hello to you all!
We hope that you are keeping well and finding plenty to do whilst you are at home.
Keep your eyes peeled later on in the week to find out what our next weekly challenge is.
For now remember to keep looking back at the 'Activities page' on the website. Mrs Beaumont has recorded a story for you all to listen to. Here is the link:
Take care and keep active
The Year 3 Teachers
Can you tie your shoe laces?
Our challenge to you this week is to learn to tie your shoe laces. I can hear you saying, "But my shoes are velcro!" For most of you that is true but I'm sure soon enough you will have laces on your school shoes, football boots, trainers or even need a bow when wrapping a gift. This is a handy life skill!
There are many different ways to tie a shoe, so have a go at these different ways and see which one you find easiest. Or perhaps someone at home has an even better way to teach you.
We would love to hear how you get on each week with these challenges, so please send us your photos to the office email address and we shall try to share some on this blog.
Hello to you all!
We hope that you are all settling in to your new daily routines and are enjoying your learning packs. If you did not receive a pack due to being absent please look at the activities page on the school website for further information.
Please do keep checking back at our blog page and the activities page as we will be adding different content over the coming days and weeks.
Below are some handy links that you might like to look at over this coming week.
We have been joining in with Joe Wicks PE sessions each day, whether in school or in our homes. We have aching muscles but are feeling great! Have you completed any of his daily PE sessions? Maybe you could send a photo to the office of you completing these at home.
Nature and wildlife
It is wonderful to hear the birds singing in our gardens. If you enjoy wildlife watching here are some links to watch animals on livecam! I have enjoyed watching the pandas and cheeky penguins so far!
Head over to the following link to hear David Walliams read his books. Each day at 11am he will release a new audio clip. I'm sure these will make us smile!
We will also be setting a Year 3 weekly challenge so keep your eyes peeled!
We do hope you are well and miss seeing you each day.
Stay safe and keep washing your hands.
Mrs Chrin, Miss Hammond, Mrs DeLellis and Mrs Hoey
We loved reading to the Year 2 children for World book day.
Which book would you share with someone? Do you have a favourite author or story?
This term's Design and Technology topic is 'Food and Drink'. We are going to be exploring seasonal fruit and vegetables in the upcoming weeks and thinking about what makes a great smoothie.
In the lead up to our D&T sessions, there will be a 'Drink label hunt' sheet coming home this week for you to do some research on different drink labels. Look closely at the nutritional information and the traffic light colours. Is that drink a healthy choice?
We look forward to hearing all about your investigations and sharing your research.
Just a reminder for the Year 3 class assemblies coming up:
3C - today (13th March)
3DH - 20th March
3H - 27th March
The Year 3 Team
This week we have been learning about the watercycle. We have learnt that the water on the Earth today is the same water from the prehistoric period-amazing!
Can you tell your adult what these words mean?
We watched this clip to help understand the process further:https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z8qtfg8
We also looked at a catchy song :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM-59ljA4Bs
Hope you're all trying the dance moves from the song :)
The Year 3 Team
Year 3 Blog
Welcome to the Year 3 blog.