Year 3 had a great day celebrating Christmas and all the amazing work they have achieved over the term! Well done Year 3 you have all done superb!
This week year 3 completed the Santa Dash by running 3 times round the scooter track! Well done year 3!
This half term year 3 have been learning about poetry. As our immersive learning was about the 'Iron Age' we learnt a poem called 'I smell an invasion.' The children made iron age weapons and 3H and 3P had a poetry battle in the playground.
Some children have been working really, really hard to move to the next level in Lexia. Well done to all the children who have moved up a level.
Year 3 have been reading the book the 'Stone Age Boy,' some of the children retold the story through acting it out.
Year 3 had fun dressing up in their pyjamas for the day and enjoyed doing lots of activities related to Children In Need.
In class the children watched a video about Stonehenge and had to write down information they thought was important about Stonehenge. They then used the computer to access 'purple mash' and created pictures of Stonehenge. They then had to type one fact they had learnt about Stonehenge.
In our maths lessons we are learning about addition and subtraction. We are using different concrete objects to help us to understand the various concepts.
Last half term the children in year 3 were learning about instructional text. As part of their learning the children had to read and follow a set of instructions and create their own woolly mammoth.
Year 3 had a look at some cave paintings from the Stone Age. We then went out to the playground and drew our own cave paintings with chalk. Can you spot what we were drawing?
3H made a music soundscape using only their bodies and voices. Close your eyes and listen and you will be transported into the rainforest!
Year 3 spent the afternoon dissecting poo in order to find out what they used to eat in the Stone Age. We found they ate seeds, dried fruit and herbs.