Hi Class 3.
Another week of home learning awaits! This week as well as "Armchair Explorers" I have added some recipes, time work, 10 minute maths, plant work for science and there are VE activities as well. Remember to continue using Epic, Reading eggs, TTRockstars, Numbots, Mathletics and Charanga as well.
Please use the rainbows below to access our home learning and photos from now on.
Take care, Stay safe
Love Ms Stewart xx
Good Morning Class 3. I hope you had a wonderful weekend with your families. If you have not checked out our staff video message have a look. It is also on our school facebook page as well.
For this week's work you could continue to work through our Armchair Explorers project and I am also adding some fun scavenger hunts, as I know you enjoyed the one we did on world book day! I have also included some activity idea and challenge sheets too and a free choice writing genre list. I have even put a challenge to the challenge and included a year 3 challenge sheet for those of you who really want to stretch yourselves!
Don't forget to check out Epic! for reading as well - I've added a photo with the work of the class log in details in case you have forgotten them. It really is a great site/ app and there are loads of books to choose from. A special mention goes to Hanna, Millie, Dylan and Georgie who have used Epic lots and collectively read over 60 books! Well done you four - I am very proud! It would be nice to see some more of our class making the most of this great resource - I am certain you would enjoy it.
Finally, don't forget to keep sending in your photos of activities that you are doing at home. I really, REALLY miss you all lots and it brightens my day to see your photographs and smiling faces.
Take care, stay safe
Love Ms Stewart xxx
Hi Class 3, I hope you have all had a great Easter and enjoyed some of the sunshine. I have uploaded your next stage of home learning for you to enjoy. I have included a project called Armchair Explorers which covers all subjects and uses the book "A Balloon for Grandad" (book images, audio and comprehension questions are all below.)
I have also included some additional English (descriptive writing tasks) and Maths (statistics) that we would have been studying this half term.
For RE, I would like you to think about how our unusual situation is affecting others in our country and around the world. Perhaps you could write some prayers that you and your family can say together.
Don't forget to send us photographs of your activities and work so that we can share your achievements together.
In addition to these new ideas, you can also still access reading eggs, mathletics, times tables rock stars, charanga, bbc bitesize lessons, white rose maths for year 2 (facebook page) and I'm sure we will be adding more ideas throughout the next few weeks.
Take care and stay safe.
Ms Stewart xxx