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Remote Learning Week 2 Day 2

Good Morning Year 3!

 

It seems a bit dreary this morning but hopefully the weather will pick up soon! The sun is always welcome. 

I had another lovely afternoon thanks to so many of you sending in your fabulous work again. Let's have a look at what you've been up to!

 

Firstly, Isla worked super hard on the Science work yesterday. Well done for finding 3 objects for each keyword Isla!

 

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Then I got a lovely email off Max B who is still working hard after moving house! He has been working on tallies and making a beautiful bar of soap with his mum. 
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Sam sent in some pictures of his adorable new pet rats! He's been talking about them in school for so long it was lovely to finally see them! Sam has also been cooking and helping out in the garden. Great work Sam!
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Blair has been working hard on our tasks and making flapjacks! They look delicious! 

 

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Kaden has planning more walks based on an OS map and he has been working alongside the RSPB charity's challenge and researched all about bent goose and made some gorgeous 'CD birds'. 
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Jackson also produced some amazing Science work. Check out his creative answers!
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Max D has been singing his little heart out to our class song 'Something inside so strong'. I'm hoping he agrees that I can upload the video because it's so heartwarming and his mum has a wonderful voice too! Really impressed.

GUESS WHO 

 

Yesterday's Guess Who was indeed Ellie! Did you guess correctly?

Miss Collins has got a super one today, I guessed correctly within seconds! 

This boy walks in to the classroom with a huge smile on his face! He gives a cheery "Hello!" to me and Miss Stott. He loves to update us on what he's been up to over the weekend or the night before. He is a super friend and is always willing to help anyone if they're injured or upset. This boy has fabulous manners and is constantly given team points for waiting for teachers to walk past and using his 'please and 'thank you'. His hand shoots up in the air during class discussions and he's always ready to ask questions after a show and tell. Finally, he is definitely the biggest rugby fan in the class!

Can you GUESS WHO?

 

Today's Learning Tasks

Quite a few of you emailed to say how much you enjoyed the Joe Wick workout yesterday so below is a link to his session last Tuesday or you can follow this morning's session LIVE.

 

P.E with Joe | Tuesday 24th March 2020

Day two of my 9am daily workouts

Literacy

 

Today in literacy we're going to carry on with homophones. Hope the games were okay yesterday? If you didn't get chance to play on all of them, you can continue today. Below is a link to the BBC Bitesize homophone page. Work your way through the videos then play the quiz until you get 100%. Good luck!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zqhpk2p/articles/zc84cwx

Mathematics

 

We're going to stick with time tables this morning and tomorrow I'll set you up with a Mathletics challenge to see how much you've remembered. In school, we have practised the 2, 3, 4, 5, (some) 8 and 10 tables. Use the link below to practise each one of these. Then you can play another round of Hit the Button or have a look at some of the other great games on Topmarks. 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

 

Reading

 

Reading Eggs didn't get much attention yesterday. I'd love to see some more bronze medals being earned! I'm still trying to work out how to download the certificates but I think I might just be able to post them tomorrow!

Spellings

 

I've set you all up with some spellings on Reading Eggs. You can complete as many levels as you wish but in future, you will just been heading towards the spellings section on Reading Eggs on a Tuesday afternoon opposed to me 'setting' them so you can work through at your own pace.

 

Modern Foreign Languages 

I would love for you to learn to count to 20 in French. There is a video below to help you remember all the numbers in order. It's very catchy just like our French rainbow colours song. If you could also write the number 1-20 in French in your remote learning book and send in a picture or a video of you actually singing the song, I'll be super impressed!

Have fun!

 

 

Numbers 1-20 in French (Song)

Singing the numbers 1-20 in French.

French Numbers 1 to 20

Remeber Alexa from our Rainbow song? She has this really easy to follow video for the numbers too. After listening to the song, count along with Alexa.

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