Good morning Year 3 a very happy sunny Wednesday to you!
There were so many busy children yesterday, Let’s see what they were getting up to…
Jack was inspired to build Muggle-wump’s habitat after discovering a TP in the forest. He used his Mum’s gorgeous plum trees to build a beautiful new home for the Monkeys. Jack then completed the tricky Maths questions. The family then decided to build another den for two cheeky monkeys to snuggle up in and watch a film. Good work team!
Jackson drew a gorgeous new habitat for Muggle-Wump and his family. He then completed the Maths work and even worked on the challenge questions. Amazing effort Jackson.
Ollie has made a gorgeous poster for the class. Ollie has also been project managing the landscaping of his back garden. He’s been learning all kinds of new skills. All under the watchful eye of Charlie, his Labrador. Great going Ollie! 30 points for the dog picture.
Mason has been super helpful around the house while the family help their new puppy, Bonnie, settle into her new home. Enjoy cooing over this little cute! Can’t wait to meet her!
Georgia completed all of the Maths questions. Beautiful work Georgia!
Isla has designed and built a beautiful tree house for Muggle-wump. Gorgeous Isla!
Ellie has also drawn a beautiful habitat for the monkeys. Good work sweetie!
Miley has been hard at work. Look at that beautiful VE day poster! Some excellent research on VE day and I love the little fairy door you found on your walk. Excellent effort Miley.
Yesterday's guess who was indeed Miley N!
Miss Collins' guess who for today - This little boy has a beautiful singing voice. We all got a lovely chance to hear it not so long ago. Singing our class song 'something inside so strong'. He gives everyone in class a big smile and a bright 'good morning' when he arrives in school. He has gorgeous manners and always helps a friend in need. Finally, he's going to pay for me to go to his Grandad's restaurant (he said he won' take me but he will pay) Can you guess who?
Ready? Let’s get our learning started!
We’re going to finish the book today! What do you think is going to happen to The Twits?
Let’s find out! Watch the clip to the end.
What do you think of the ending? Is it what you expected? Did you think something else would have happened?
Today is a bit different. Thought we could give it a go! Let’s see how we get on. You’re going to present the news of Mr and Mrs Twit’s disappearance. It’s a mystery! Imagine a detective arriving on the scene to The Twits clothes on the floor. Nobody knows what happened! To help you present the news, think of these points;
-What theories might a detective have for the disappearance of The Twits?
-Who could be interviewed as witnesses?
-What would the witnesses say? What did they think of Mr and Mrs Twit?
-How would the news reader help make the story exciting?
Please don’t laugh but I’ve made a video as an example to try and help you.
I would love for you all to send in your videos! Hopefully, I can upload them to the webpage! Happy news reporting!
You can go on the games today if you like, you should all have enough eggs to play a few! Have fun.
I’ve set you a task about using a calendar on Mathletics. Once you’ve finished you can have a go on Mahtletics live. Enjoy!
Many children were evacuated during the Second World War away from cities and to the countryside to keep them safe from bombing raids. They were housed with new families and their experiences differed from those who hated being separated from families to those who viewed it as one big adventure. For many, coming home after years of being apart, sometimes to ruined homes and leaving their adopted families, was a very emotional experience. Others could not wait to see their family again. Write 5 facts you learn about evacuees in this clip. Follow the link below to watch it.
The NHS have a competition on at the moment. Entries can only be posted by teachers, so if you would like to enter just send your piece of work to me by Friday 16th May.
Details of the competition are below.
Right my little lovelies, I've purposefully tried to make your tasks a little quicker today so that you can enjoy the sunshine. It's here today and tomorrow so make the most of it! Just a heads up, no remote learning will be posted on Friday because as we all now know it's VE bank holiday!
If you would like a little extra work today or you're thinking you'd still like to do some work on Friday, you could look at helping us to achieve our RRSA silver award. Just follow the link below. If you do create any work, please send it in so we can put it in our book and send off for the silver! Thanks :)