Hi Year 3
I hope everyone is safe and well. If we were at school, the Easter holidays would have started and we would all be busy outdoors enjoying the sunshine. However, this is going to be a very unusual Easter break but we can still relax and enjoy it.
Try not to worry about school home learning over the next 2 weeks unless of course you want to continue with it. I’m certainly giving myself a break and am going to try a few different things at home.
Thank you Chris – he has been trying out some ideas from https://themumeducates.com/ which has lots of free resources. Give it a go. If any of you have any ideas, we’d love for you to share them too.
Have a look at the Easter competition – we’d love to see some amazing Easter bonnets and eggs. Check the newsletter again for the information and other ideas to do at home.
There are plenty of fun things to do while you’re at home such as ~
- Art/lego challenges
- Create a scene in a box from a favourite story
- Make up your own dance routine or your own poem
- Make a newspaper report about your family, including interviews
- Be a weather reporter for the day
- Create your own fashion show
- Create an indoor treasure hunt with a map
- Have a listen to ‘Supertato’ on YouTube and create your own super hero vegetable.
- Create your own superveg story.
Whatever you are up to let me know through the email address and you’ll get a mention on the Year 3 page. That way we can all see what we are doing over the break. I’m going to listen to a YouTube reading of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ now. It’s one of my favourite stories.
Please remember you can keep in touch by the Year 3 email – just to say hello, ask me about home learning, tell me what you’re doing or anything else you can think of.
We are keen to keep in touch with you and your child. We would love to hear what your child is doing at home and to see photos of your child playing games or of work completed. If you have any further questions about their home learning, please get in touch via the email address below.
Hello Year 3 – it’s me again.
Missing being with you all so thought we could remind ourselves of one of our favourite poems. It makes me think of you all giggling at it. Let me know if you have a favourite – maybe you could share it on the Y3 email that’s on the web site or if you would like me to read you something else, just let me know.
Hope you all manage to enjoy Easter, although it will be quite different this year. Sunny days are coming so if you’re out in the garden planting, growing, weeding etc, let us know. School is really keen to know what projects you’re up to.
Take care all,
(Scroll to the bottom of the page to see some of the fun and hard work our children are doing at home)
9am – PE with Joe – daily work out to keep you fit. Enjoy but take care you have plenty of space. YouTube every day
9.30 am – Try one of the Maths sheets in your pack (alternate with the English sheets each day)
10.15 am – Break time! Drink and snack
10.45am – Choose 5 spellings from the Y3/4 list and practice with Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check or choose 5 other regular spellings that you find challenging. Handwriting practice with your spellings too.
11.15am – Education City. Choose an activity I’ve selected for you from Week 2.
11.45am – have a break, wash your hands and get ready for lunch.
12 – 1 pm – lunchtime.
1pm – Choose an activity from the sheet you were given with your pack.
2pm – Reading (try to do as much as possible every day – online as well as books etc. You could also keep a daily diary of what you are up to. Remember thoughts and feelings go in there too. You could illustrate it really nicely too.
Read for 20 minutes every day. When you have finished reading, tell an adult about what you have read.
Create a poster to show your knowledge of multiplication and times tables – include calculations, written explanation and pictures.
Invent a character for a story book & write a character description.
You could also draw the character or use junk-modelling to make the character.
Plan and write your own magical adventure story. Think Harry Potter!
|Writing & Design
Draw and label a new design for Smallthorne School. Write a letter to Miss McCaffery persuading her to redesign the school and to choose your design.
Login to Education City & complete the learning tasks set
Also, complete the paper based activities set by your teacher
|Reading & Art
Choose your favourite book.
Design a new front cover for the book and write a new title.
Login to a suggested website & use for at least 30 minutes every day.
|Writing & Reading
Write a book review – include likes, dislikes, characters and a book rating.
Use TT Rockstar everyday & practise your times tables by writing them out on paper or listening to times table songs.
Practise your times tables from x1 to x12
Every day choose 5 spellings from your list. Use look, cover, write and check to learn them. Write a sentence which each of the 5 words in.
|Design & Science
Be creative – draw, make or investigate the rock cycle. How will you present it?
|Here are some pictures of Lucy cleaning out her land snail. Great work Lucy!
Lucy has also been busy making a banana loaf this week, looks delicious.
|Isabella has sent in some pictures of the works she has been doing this week.||Chris has been busy learning to cook whilst at home – they look delicious Chris!|