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Remote Learning Week 2 Day 1

Good morning Year 3!

It's Monday, hope you're all bright-eyed and bushy tailed ready for the learning ahead. 


I'm excited to share some amazing work that you guys have been up to. You've all been so lovely and said that I can share pictures of your great work and fun times. 


Ben has created a brilliant timeline for the Stone Age and sent a picture of him doing what he does best, smiling! 

Lovely work Ben, thank you for sending it in.



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Our Virtual Shooting Star this Week has sent in a lovely photo of him enjoying the sunshine and some art activities are a long days work on Purple Mash. Looks like fun, Zak. 
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Kaden has sent in lots of photos of his amazing time so far! Kaden has been using an OS map to plan safe walks around his local area. He has opened up a tuck shop with his family to help ration sweets and learn how to add and subtract money. He has been following some excellent art lessons and some fun exercise classes online. Kaden also created a Science experiment where he tested bridges to see if they could hold the weight of a toy car. That's a lot of learning. Well done Kaden!
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Max B has managed to squeeze some excellent learning in while moving house! Amazing effort Max! Here's some spellings and fabulous Geography work. Well done Max!
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Ellie created a beautiful Easter picture and a wonderful and detailed timeline for the Stone Age. Superstar learning, Ellie!
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Hannah has been up to all kinds of fun! She has been playing chess with her mum and has created an amazing train for her DT project! I wonder if you can guess what Hannah used to make her train? Hannah has also been reading her own book. Lovely work, Hannah!
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I really love seeing photos of you learning and having fun, please keep sending them in. 


Now... on to GUESS WHO! Friday's guess who was guessed correctly by quite a few of you! It was indeed Isla.

Miss Collins has another great description again today. Ready?

This girl has the greatest laugh. It is a real chuckle and when she laughs you can't help but laugh too. You will always find her on the yard playing a magical powers game with many different classmates, they love to join in because her games always look so fun! This girl is an amazing actress and reads with beautiful expression. Finally, despite her mum being a huge Harry Potter fan, this girl has set up a "Say No Harry Potter Club" with Miss Collins. Can you guess who it is?

Let's get on to our learning for today.


Morning Exercise

P.E with Joe | Monday 23rd March 2020

Joe Wicks has been holding virtual 'follow me' morning exercises. These go live at 9am, it's up to you if you want to follow today's LIVE or if you would like to follow this link that takes you to last Monday's session.


We worked up to completing a big write last week. This week we're going to focus on our grammar and punctuation skills and look to adding them to a big write next week. Today, we're going to focus on homophones - words that sound the same but are spelt differently and mean different things. Have a go at the quizzes and then, if you can, use the worksheets to help you embed your knowledge. Email me if you need anything!


Follow this link below and there are 5 different games you can play to help you learn all about homophones.




Carry on with your Reading Eggs lessons - we're up to 91.5 hours as a class. This is incredible! Keep it up. This is an amazing resource that relates directly to your reading skills and I know that you'll all be on top form when we get back if you keep going!




Let's have a little break from Mathletics, we need to be practising our timetables. Follow the link below and have a few games of hit the button! However, some GREAT news is that you can now access timetables toons on Mathletics and listen to their timetables songs! We shall be doing this as soon as we get back, you could start practising now. They're super catchy!





Watch this BBC Bitesize clip - look out for the keywords opaque, translucent and transparent.

I would like you to conduct an experiment where you find 3 objects in you house for each.

You could create a table in a word document or you could draw a table in your remote learning book. It's up to you!

Please send in your results. Have fun! Miss you!