Year 3 Home-School Learning

Welcome to the BRW Home-School Learning Page

“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” ~ William Butler Yeats

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” ~ Albert Einstein

Welcome Back Year 3!

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Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Hello Year 3. Remember your sun-lotion and hats and drink plenty if you’re enjoying the lovely weather.

English

We’ve had some more contributions to our blog   ‘The Tomb’ Why not have a read and post some positive comments to let each other know you’ve enjoyed their writing.

Here’s today work…

If you need the Toolkit or Read along video, scroll down.

Have a break (this one is very funny)

Maths

Now for a starter, head over to TTRS and do 5 minutes.

White Rose Hub

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

Geography

Here’s a website you might like to look at to help you with today’s work.

Now go and play – have a lovely day!

Mrs Byrne

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Monday 1st June 2020

Good Morning Year 3, Mrs Byrne here, welcoming you all back after a very sunny half-term!

I am still adding the photos I’ve received to the ‘Celebrate‘ blog. Do have a look and see your contributions as well as what your class friends have been up to.

English

Check out the wonderful work you did for ‘The Tomb’ It’s a great read isn’t it?

This week we’re going to start looking at poetry….Egyptian poetry of course! I’ve collected a few different types, but they all have a theme – Painting Images. Each poem creates a strong image in your imagination. Now, there are some new tricky words so as well as being armed with a dictionary I have included a video so you can follow along. You might recognise ‘How doth the Little Crocodile’ from Alice in Wonderland.

Here’s today work…

 

Maths

White Rose Hub

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

Science

As a Core subject, it’s really important you try to do some each week. It is a vital subject and you will know this from all the news at the moment. I am delighted with the work you did with Plants. Check out the blog for what we’ve been up to in school too!

This half-term, we’re moving onto ‘Living things and their Habitats’ I’m adding a Knowledge Organiser again, so you have a bank of Vocabulary and Key Learning you will have by the end of this topic. You could test yourself on a small section every week.

Miss Singleton is going to teach you more about this subject and there will be a Blog for you to post any work you do on. Just email it to admin@brw.nottingham.sch.uk

There’s a new city called ‘Living Things and their Habitats at Education City too!

See you all tomorrow,

Mrs Byrne

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Friday 22nd May 2020

Miss Ferrara here wishing you all a Happy Funny Friday!

Here’s your joke of the day:

What’s a pirates favourite letter?

Don’t scroll down too far yet!  Here’s your RE and Art to do first 🙂

RE

Introducing your new topic, CHOICES!  Click the link below to access your work.

Year 3 RE Lesson 1 Week Beg May 18th

ART

So many of you sent in pictures of your mummified cat designs!  I have uploaded some below.  They were fantastic and just purrrr-fect!  (See what I did there….? )

Here’s another artistic challenge for you today – it’s time for portraits, Ancient Egyptian Style of course!  Enjoy!

Year 3 Art Lesson 5a Ancient Egyptian Portraits Wk Beg May 18th

And finally, why not finish off the week at the beach!  Take hold of a favourite book, get comfortable by the beach below and enjoy!

Have a wonderful half term holiday Year 3!  Don’t forget Mrs Byrne’s Half-Term Project (scroll below).

Oh…I almost forgot.  What’s a pirates favourite letter?

RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!

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Thursday 21st May 2020

Hello, Year 3 – this is my last day on the Blog before half-term, as it’s over to Miss Ferrara, so scroll to the end to see your half-term homework!

English

It’s Thursday, so that means Whole Class Reading! Miss Singleton is going to read the next chapter to you , so fingers at the ready and follow along! Click on this link to hear her and post today’s extra challenge. Show me you understand the words you are looking up and apply them in a sentence…Just like we do in class, but online! Here’s what you will need…

As always, read the next Chapter ‘The White Prince’ before the first Thursday back!

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.  Education City  has some additional activities if you’re looking for extra practise. Most are tablet-friendly too.

FUN COMPETITION for your and your classmates. Login to  Education City   as usual – click on Classwork – then choose the City named Play Live. To time it so you’re all on at the same time and can play against one another, shall we say between 1pm and 2pm again? I’ve added a few new ones for you to enjoy!

White Rose Hub

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

Spellings

Time for Coding?

You have Logins for Coding.  Click on your name studio.code.org

Select your secret picture – Click the Sign In button

This will take you to your assignments – make sure all white or light green blocks are cleared.

HALF-TERM HOMEWORK

TTRS – Keep your skills sharp.

Read every day: If you’re running out of books, don’t forget you have the Oxford Owl website login. Lots of books online for you to enjoy and tablet-friendly. Don’t worry if you’ve lost your details, your parents can register.

Art task: Create an Egyptian scarab beetle!

The sacred scarab or kheper of ancient Egypt was the dung beetle, an insect that lives off the waste of herbivorous animals. It was seen as an incarnation of the sun god Khepri, and its name was part of many royal monikers, including Men-kheper-re and Kheper-ka-re. The scarab ornament found on mummies and now bought by tourists in Egypt is an homage to this humble bug.

Your task is to create your own, whether a drawing, painting, a chalk drawing, a 3-D model…it’s up to you. Here’s some inspiration for you…

Don’t forget to add this week’s English to this blog.

Your reports about the River Nile. are here for you to read and comment on.

Have a lovely half-term and enjoy the sunshine (don’t forget the sun-cream though)

Mrs Byrne

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Wednesday 20th May 2020

All set for Well-being Wednesday?

Do a random act of kindness today! (shh, in secret)

English -See Monday for the document and look at Wednesday’s plan. Don’t forget you can add your work to this blog.

I am really enjoying reading your reports about the River Nile. I’ve added them to this blog for you to share with your friends and comment on each other’s work.

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.  Education City  has some activities that are matched to the work we’re covering on White Rose Hub if you’re looking for extra practise.

FUN COMPETITION for your and your classmates. Login to  Education City   as usual – click on Classwork – then choose the City named Play Live. To time it so you’re all on at the same time and can play against one another, shall we say between 1pm and 2pm again?

White Rose Hub

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

 

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

P.E.

Gymnastics for you today, and guess what! I have a surprise… Miss Singleton very kindly agreed to film a lesson for you!

French

Now you’re all limbered up, spend five minutes watching this video to learn how to say some colours in French (No need to watch beyond five minutes unless you want to!)

Au revoir. Rendez-vous demain!

Mrs Byrne

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Tuesday 19th May 2020

Good Morning Year 3. I hope you are all well and fit! Ready to begin? Great…Let’s go!

English – see Monday for the document and look at Tuesday’s plan.

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.  Education City  has some activities that are matched to the work we’re covering on White Rose Hub if you’re looking for extra practise.

FUN COMPETITION for your and your classmates. Login to  Education City   as usual – click on Classwork – then choose the City named Play Live. To time it so you’re all on at the same time and can play against one another, shall we say between 1pm and 2pm again?

White Rose Hub

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

 

Geography

 

Don’t forget to comment on each other’s work It’s a plant life, The River Nile, An Egyptian Cinderella and Celebrate!

If you’re looking for a good read, try this free online book The Book of Hopes

That’s if for now!

Mrs Byrne

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Monday 18th May 2020

Good Morning Year 3! I hope you all had a lovely restful weekend and got to enjoy the sunshine.

English

All the lessons are here for Monday to Wednesday, so don’t try to rush each task. Quality not quantity remember! As a writer you are an artist, painting a picture with words so choose your words from your palette with care.

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.  Education City  has some activities that are matched to the work we’re covering on White Rose Hub if you’re looking for extra practise.

FUN COMPETITION for your and your classmates. Login to  Education City   as usual – click on Classwork – then choose the City named Play Live. To time it so you’re all on at the same time and can play against one another, shall we say between 1pm and 2pm again?

White Rose Hub

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

 

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

 

Science

You’ll need some flowers to dissect (cut up to observe closely) this week. The best flower types to dissect include lilies, tulips, daffodils, alstroemarias, and gladiolus. Avoid daisies, asters, calla -lilies, roses, and iris, since their floral structure is not as easy to discern.

 

Don’t forget to comment on each other’s work It’s a plant life, The River Nile, An Egyptian Cinderella and Celebrate!

If you’re looking for a good read, try this free online book The Book of Hopes

See you tomorrow, Mrs Byrne

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Friday 15th May 2020

 

Good Morning!  Welcome to Miss Ferrara’s Funny Friday!  Here’s a quick joke to kick-start the day…

What do you call a dinosaur that’s sleeping?

You’ll have to do all your work before scrolling down to reveal the punchline!  Don’t you be tempted now…  🙂

Let’s begin the day with RE and Art on the menu!

 

RE

I have been sent some wonderful work so far!  I’ve seen Pentecost Pinwheels and Flame Hats galore!  Time for one last set of Holy Spirit flames today as you learn about the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Click the link below to get started:

Year 3 RE Lesson 4 Week Beg May 11th

 

ART

Well, I knew you were amazing artists but I didn’t know you were THIS amazing!  Take a look at some of these fabulous Picasso Pyramids I’ve been sent!

 

 

For today’s artwork, we’re looking at cats!  Yes, CATS!  Click below to see how the Ancient Egyptians, Picasso and cats are all linked.  I can’t wait to see some of your own feline friends… Send them in and I’m sure they might make an appearance on the next assembly video!

Year 3 Art Lesson 4 Cats, Cats, Cats! Wk Beg May 11th

 

READING

And finally, as the sun is back out, why not lie by the beach and get lost in a book of your choice.  Enjoy and have a lovely weekend!

Oh, I nearly forgot:

What do you call a dinosaur that’s sleeping?

A DINO-SNORE!

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Thursday 14th May 2020

Happy Thursday Everybody! I have some exciting activities lined up – are you ready? Brilliant, then let’s begin.

English

I have really loved reading extracts of your versions of The Egyptian Cinderella  and the River Nile Information texts I have seen so far. IMPORTANT UPDATE: A blog for your Information texts has been added! You can now read and comment on each other’s work.

Go and  read and comment on each other’s stories. I can see you’ve been using the shared ‘show-not-tell’ sentences.

I have also discovered a great game to practice your SpaG skills. It’s called  Crystal Explorers.

Today, you have the next chapter of The Butterfly Lion to read. Remember, first, ask a parent or an older brother or sister to read it to you. Then read it together, then read it independently. Try and read it a few times on your own over the week so you really improve your fluency, expression and awareness of punctuation. Then have a go at finding the five key words definitions and answering the questions. Homework: Read chapter 8 before next Thursday!

Shhh…. next week, I have a surprise for you….watch this space!

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.  Education City  has some activities that are matched to the work we’re covering on White Rose Hub if you’re looking for extra practise.

FUN COMPETITION for your and your classmates. Login to  Education City   as usual – click on Classwork – then choose the City named Play Live. To time it so you’re all on at the same time and can play against one another, shall we say between 1pm and 2pm?

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

P.E

Now head over to jasmineactive.com  If you were at school we would have been practising our athletic skills. Select the KS2 activities and pick something suitable or fun to do – there’s a video to help too.

Music

If you have time head over to BBC Bitesize for two very short videos to learn about Pulse and Rhythm.

Have a great day!

Mrs Byrne

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Wednesday 13th May 2020

Welcome to Well-being Wednesday. How are you feeling today?

Let’s start with a good mantra for us all ‘I can do that‘ Have a sing-a-long and put yourself in the best frame of mind!

English

See all resources below. Continue your research and begin drafting!

Tilly sent in this creative presentation of what she’s learned about The River Nile.

We’ve had a fabulous start to our blog The Egyptian Cinderella thanks to Finley and Daniel. Read and enjoy – don’t forget to comment on your friend’s work.

Education City  has some extra SpaG activities if you have time (tablet friendly)

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

 

Time for Coding? You have Logins for Coding.  Click on your name studio.code.org

Select your secret picture – Click the Sign In button

This will take you to your assignments – make sure all white or light green blocks are cleared.

Spellings

That’s it for now, see you tomorrow!

Mrs Byrne

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Tuesday 12th May 2020

How are you all? Well I hope. Ready for another day of learning? Fantastic!

English

So this week is a little different! I am going to add one lesson plan for the week. Think of it as an English, History and Geography project, phew! You are going to research and present a report entitled ‘Why was the River Nile was so Important to the Ancient Egyptians’

Break the work into stages – Planning, research, note-taking, drafting, edit and improving and finally, publishing. I am not going to post any additional Geography or History this week, as this will keep you busy but here are some resources to help you.

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter.

If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

Answer sheets are on the White Rose Hub Home Learning pages, just click on the right page.

Thank you for all the lovely amazing photos, if you want to see what all your friends are up to look at the Year 3 Blog ‘Celebrate’ and feel free to leave messages for one another.

Have a lovely day and enjoy your research into this fascinating and important river.

Mrs Byrne

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Monday 11th May 2020

Good Morning Year 3! I hope you had a lovely Bank Holiday Weekend and enjoyed the sunshine. Had your morning exercise? Ready for this week? Great, let’s begin!

English

As I said last week, today you can have to publish your versions of The Egyptian Cinderella. Check your success criteria, if you missed something out, edit and improve your story so you hit all your targets. If you have already finished you can share an extract (your best bit) with your friends here. Don’t forget to read each other’s work and post a positive comment!

If you need to magpie a ‘show-not-tell’ sentence, check out our Padlet page.

Maths

Quick TTRS 5 minute starter

White Rose Hub has changed slightly this week, but don’t worry – we still have access to the worksheets. If you’re using the Orange sheets you will need this link and these worksheets today.

 

If you’re using the Blue sheets you will need this link and this worksheet.

 

Time for a break! Can you Run the Red Carpet?

Science

As well as this week’s lesson, I’ve added the Science Knowledge Mat for Plants. This will help you to know exactly what you need to learn from this topic. Use it to test yourself regularly!

Have a fantastic day!

Mrs Byrne

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Thursday 7th May

Welcome to Thursday Year 3!  It’s Miss Ferrara here.  As Mrs Byrne said, we’re moving Friday to today, Thursday!

So pull those shoulders back and smile brightly.  Time for RE and Art!

1. RE

Your efforts with Pentecost Pinwheels and flames last week was fabulous!  Take a look at some wonderful examples sent to me below.  Your task for this week involves mini flames!  Click on the link below and enjoy!

Year 3 RE Lesson Week Beg May 4th

 

2. ART

I think Picasso himself would be super impressed with some of the Picasso-inspired masterpieces that I’ve seen from last week!  Well done to you all!  I’ve included some examples for you to marvel at below.   Please find your art for today by clicking on the link here.

Year 3 Art Lesson 3 Pyramids and Picasso WkBeg May 4th

 

 

3. Reading

Spend some time today engrossed in a book of your choice.  Why not relax with a book whilst relaxing by the banks of the River Nile and listening to the nature it has to offer?  Click on the video below if this is something you’d enjoy whilst reading a book:

There’ll be no work set tomorrow as it’s Bank Holiday Friday!  If you’re still keen to do some work, please look at the extra links and work Mrs Byrne has suggested at the very bottom of this page.

Have a lovely, long bank holiday weekend.

See you next week!

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Wednesday 6th May 2020

Welcome to Well-Being Wednesday. Take some time to practise some mindfulness today.

You could watch this video ‘Bear Breath’ to help with some relaxing breathing.

Or learn how to make yourself a stress ball There are some helpful destressing techniques at the end of the video.

English

As I said yesterday, we’re having Whole Class Reading a day early due to the Bank Holiday this Friday.

First, ask a parent or an older brother or sister to read it to you. Then read it together, then read it independently. Try and read it a few times on your own over the week so you really improve your fluency, expression and awareness of punctuation. Then have a go at finding the five key words definitions and answering the questions. Read chapter 6 before next Thursday!

You can hear the whole whole book on Audible

 

A Choice of Maths Links

White Rose Hub       TTRS    Education City

A Big Shout Out to the following children on TTRS this week:

Hayley is a Rock Star and Oskar is a Breakthrough Artist. Fantastic, keep the great work everybody!

Spellings

 

Time for Coding? You have Logins for Coding.  Click on your name studio.code.org

Select your secret picture – Click the Sign In button

This will take you to your assignments – make sure all white or light green blocks are cleared.

 

Stay Safe and have a lovely long weekend, I will see you all on Monday as Miss Ferrara will be with you tomorrow.

Mrs Byrne

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Tuesday 5th May 2020

Happy Tuesday – Didn’t Monday go fast? Ready, set….

This week, Friday is a Bank Holiday so you can have the day to relax and have a long weekend. Your timetable will look a little different this week as Miss Ferrara is going to post your work on Thursday. Today’s English will take a couple of sessions so don’t worry about getting it finished today. So we don’t get behind with our Whole Class Reading, which I will post tomorrow, you can do the rest of this work next Monday.

Maths

Did you answer yesterday’s fraction puzzle?

Mrs Byrne cut her melon into 21 slices and has eaten a third!

So Mrs Byrne will have eaten seven slices of her melon.

21 ÷ 3 = 7

Miss Ferrara has cut her melon into 20 slices and has eaten 3/4

Miss Ferrara will have eaten 15 slices of hers

20 ÷ 4 = 5.  5 x 3 = 15

Mrs Maylard-Mason has cut her melon into 24 slices and eaten 2/3

Mrs Maylard-Mason will have eaten 16 slices.

24 ÷ 3 = 8       8 x 2 = 16

Therefore Mrs Maylard-Mason has eaten the largest fraction of her melon.

A Choice of Maths Links

White Rose Hub       TTRS    Education City

History

You’re going on an expedition today!

Have a lovely day!

Mrs Byrne

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Monday 4th May 2020

Good Morning Year 3 – I hope you all had a good weekend!

English – We’re going to plan our own version of The Egyptian Cinderella

Maths – Have a look at this picture…

THINK! What can you see? Can you find a fraction of something in the picture? Are there any others?

How have you worked out the fractions you have given?

SOLVE! Mrs Byrne cut her melon into 21 slices and has eaten a third!

Miss Ferrara has cut her melon into 20 slices and has eaten 3/4

Mrs Maylard-Mason has cut her melon into 24 slices and eaten 2/3

Who has eaten the biggest fraction of their slice?

Top Tip: Remember, to work out non-unit fractions you must first work out the total number divided by the denominator (bottom number) then multiply the answer by the numerator (top number)

A Choice of Other Practice Links

White Rose Hub       TTRS    Education City

SCIENCE
Szymon sent in these lovely photos of the fantastic plant model he made. Really creative, excellent work. Scroll down to see what the rest of your class have been doing…

If you were a little late starting this task, don’t worry, keep this until you are ready!

See you tomorrow, stay safe!

Mrs Byrne

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Friday 1st May 2020

 A chirpy Good Morning to you all!

Hoping you’re all safe, well, smiling….and ready for RE and Art!  Here we go…

RE

For RE, it’s a Pentecost and Pinwheel type of day!  Click the page below to find out more… I can’t wait to see your own pinwheels and hats!

Year 3 RE Lesson 2 Week Beg April 27th

Art

It’s time for another Picasso-inspired masterpiece.  Do you recognise anyone in the example below? Click on the page below for your art session today. Enjoy!

Year 3 Art Lesson 2 Picasso and Egyptians

Cosy Reading Time

As it’s been a bit of rainy, wet week, why not embrace it!  Get your reading books out, press play below and enjoy some relaxing reading time in the calm, peaceful rain.

(Alternatively, if you feel in need of a bit of warmth, there a cosy reading fireplace video underneath.  I’ll let you choose! 🙂

 

Have a lovely weekend!

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Thursday 30th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3. How are you all?

English today is Whole Class Reading – We’re going to read Chapter Three of The Butterfly Lion.

First, ask a parent or an older brother or sister to read it to you. Then read it together, then read it independently. Try and read it a few times on your own over the week so you really improve your fluency, expression and awareness of punctuation. Then have a go at finding the five key words definitions and answering the questions.

You can hear the whole whole book on Audible

 

HW Task: Read the next chapter before Thursday next week.

 

Maths

Continue following the White Rose Hub but don’t be afraid to repeat lessons you don’t feel secure in or try some of the Maths activities on Education City. There’s a Fractions City with relevant activities, learning screens and an option to print worksheets if you want. I’ve added a Maths City too with Place Value activities just to keep your hand in. There are also Fraction activities on Mathletics too. Lots of choices!

Kian hard at work learning Fractions!

 

PE – Here’s a quick starter challenge to warm you up!

 

Now head over to jasmineactive.com Your password was emailed to your parents. If you were at school we would have been practising our athletic throwing skills. Select the KS2 activities and pick something suitable or fun to do – there’s a video to help too.

FRENCH Playground counting game from France. Can you remember how to count to 10 in French?

Au revoir!

Madame Byrne

ps If you want to go on a tour of  the 5,000-year-old tomb of Queen Meresankh III this weekend.

Tilly went on the tour and was so inspired she did this…

C’est Magnifique!

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Wednesday 29th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3. I hope you are all well and raring to learn this morning!

English – Continuing our work on The Egyptian Cinderella . Education City  has some extra SpaG activities if you have time (tablet friendly)

Here’s today’s work

Don’t forget to add your ‘show-not-tell’ sentences to Padlet. We’ve had some lovely ones so far! You have to wait for it to be moderated so keep checking back if you don’t see it. You can also like other’s comments and add positive comments to others work.

TIME FOR A BREAK… You know the words, now learn a dance routine to Believer!

Maths today – See White Rose Hub, which is Subtracting Fractions this week, (watch the video carefully first) or go to Education City and click on the Fractions City in classwork.

Don’t forget your daily TTRS.

Yoga Time. If you like Pokemon you’ll enjoy this one. Or if you’re a Harry Potter fan you might prefer this one.

Today, if you have time Login to Coding (see below for more details). Or….Computational Thinking skills are invaluable and can be worked upon within many settings and subjects – with or without a computer. A company called Barefoot have launched a free home learning page today. Visit barefootcomputing.org to find out more. Keep your eye on Education City – they have a Computing section too.

Spellings –

Be aware that we only have Spelling Shed for a limited time. I’ll keep posting these so you can do either (don’t worry if they don’t match up, they will still be Y3 words)

Enjoy your day!

Mrs Byrne

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Tuesday 28th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3. How are you all doing?

Don’t forget to scroll down for any links or photos of your class friend’s work you may have missed! I am adding them daily.

English – Continuing our work on The Egyptian Cinderella . Education City  has some extra SpaG activities if you have time (tablet friendly)

Here’s today work Tuesday The Egyptian Cinderella

Padlet still awaits more ‘show-not-tell’ sentences. Why not comment on your friend’s work why you’re there!

We now have lots of well written stories inspired by Beowulf. If you have any free time, have a read and post a positive comment or two. They really are work to be proud of. Thanks to your parents for supporting your child with this work.

Maths today – See White Rose Hub, which is Subtracting Fractions this week, (watch the video carefully first) or go to Education City and click on the Fractions City in classwork.

Don’t forget your daily TTRS.

Science – We’re planning an Investigation this week. For best results use a fast growing seed like cress or mustard or small plants tomato, bean or sunflower seedlings. Don’t worry if you haven’t got these, just plan your investigation for now and ask an adult to add them to your shopping list.

For future shopping lists:

Week 4 you will need: Bright white flowers such as carnations, chrysanthemums or gerberas with stems of
equal length and food colouring.

Week 5 you will need: Flowers with visible stamens, stigma and style – tulips and lilies are good examples or anything similar you might have in the garden.

 

Music Here’s a lovely, happy song I thought you might enjoy learning!

Have a lovely day,

Mrs Byrne

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Monday 27th April 2020

Good Morning Year 3!  Have you all had a good weekend?

Head over to the Main Page for this week’s Assembly and Word of the Week. How will you put your Faith in Action?

Don’t forget to scroll down for any links or photos of your class friend’s work you may have missed!

English – Continuing our work on The Egyptian Cinderella . Education City  has some extra SpaG activities if you have time (tablet friendly)

Here’s today work Monday The Egyptian Cinderella.   You will need this link
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