We are so pleased with all the work you have completed so far this week. Thank you all so much for the Teams responses and e-mails containing your work and a BIG well done for trying your best in everything you have completed.
You’ve made it to the end of the first week of the Spring half term! We love Spring – seeing the daffodils and bulbs start to grow and appear from the ground!
Here’s the proposed timetable for today:
Before 9 am – wake up, have breakfast and get ready for the day!
9.00 am Guided Reading task – Microsoft Teams
9.30 am Break
9:45 am PE
10:30 am Take a break and cool down!
10:50 am Maths
11:35 am Read a book of choice/school reading book
11:55 am Lunchtime
1.00 pm Spanish
2.00 pm RE
3.00pm Story time
**** FOR NEXT WEEK’S FOREST SCHOOL / WELLY WEDNESDAY SESSION THE CHILDREN MAY NEED / WANT TO USE CARDBOARD AND PLASTICS FROM YOUR RECYCLING BINS. WE ARE HOPING TO CREATE SOME BIRD FEEDERS SO WHILST SHOPPING THIS WEEKEND YOU MAY WANT TO BUY SOME BIRD SEED AND LARD / PEANUT BUTTER IN PREPARATION*****
Today we would like you to answer questions about Chapter 9 of ‘Dinosaur Trouble’. Please submit your answers via TEAMs, but if all else fails please email to email@example.com
This half term we are continuing with our athletics unit and over the next 3 weeks we will be focusing on jumping. This week we are challenging you to have a go at the hurdles, we know this requires some creativity at home but Miss Moore has had a go at creating hurdles using things around the house which you will see in the recorded lesson and we hope that it isn’t too difficult to create your own!
In the lesson clip below, we discuss techniques of jumping hurdles, share ideas for DIY hurdles at home, a warm-up and cool-down activity. Enjoy 🙂
We also ask you to pause and watch this clip of the women’s 400m hurdle final to inspire you-
Today we finish our unit on statistics. I wonder if you have managed to create any pictograms / tally charts / bar charts about things you have at home? You could ask your family what is their favourite fruit? You could make a graph of the toys you have – which category do you have most of? We would love to see any tables or charts you create!
Watch the video below then complete the sheets using the links. Please do not feel the need to print them out. Look at them on screen and write your answers on paper at home. Remember to mark your own work using the answers link!
Today we start our new unit ¿Tienes Una Mascota? (Do You Have A Pet?)
In this unit, the children will learn how to repeat, recognise and attempt to spell eight nouns (including the correct article for each) for pets in Spanish. Later in the unit, they will have the learn to ask someone in Spanish if they have a pet, as well as be able to answer whether they have a pet or not and to say the name of the pet.
Support notes to help understand the video and the english translations-Support sheet
As always, if there is anything we can help with, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org 🙂
We are starting a new unit in our RE. Before we explain the task for today, read through the clues on this PowerPoint to find out what religion we will be learning about this half term.
Did you guess correctly? We will be finding out all about ‘Hinduism’.
The Hindu religion allows for varying beliefs about God, as is demonstrated in the story of ‘The Blind Men and the Elephant’. Watch this YouTube clip to familiarise yourself with the story:
Today, we would like you to create a storyboard, retelling the main events of this story. You can either use this templatethis template or recreate your own on some plain paper.
You have all been working very hard, so make sure you use the weekend as a well-earned break. It’s a time to switch off and relax or spend some time doing the activities you enjoy. Keep smiling Year 3!