KP had made a robot at home and he brought it in to show us. He had built it himself with some help from his dad. His name was Mecco. He was amazing, he could sing, dance, shake hands and even tell jokes. We were all amazed at what he could do. Well done KP!
In Maths-We have been solving problems using multiplication and division.
In Science we have looked at pollination.
In Geography we have been learning about volcanoes.
In English we have read some blurbs, planned a blurb and described a character and setting using adjectives.
In Spelling we have looked at the prefixes sub and anti.
We also tried to guess the name of the Royal baby. Unfortunately we didn’t guess the name correctly.
Our attendance this week was 99.6%
I have recently finished Gangsta Granny by David Walliams – which was a fantastic book, so have chosen to read another one his books. I have decided to read Mr Stink.
It all starts when Chloe makes friends with Mr Stink, the local tramp. Yes, he smells a bit. But when it looks like he might be driven out of town, Chloe decides to hide him in the garden shed.
Now Chloe’s got to make sure no one finds out her secret. And speaking of secrets, there just might be more to Mr Stink than meets the eye… or the nose.
Has anyone read this book? If so, did you enjoy it? Which was your favourite part? What mark out of 10 would you give it?
Can you guess what our new topic is??
What do you know about our new topic?
Please reply to let me know.
Happy Easter everyone! We have just finished a really busy term and you have worked extremely hard. Here are a few things that we did last term:
- In English, we continued to read the Egyptian Cinderella and then re wrote the end part of the story.
- In Maths, we have been looking at fractions, angles and drawing shapes including right angled triangles.
- In Science, we have been looking at the functions of the main part of the plant. We also planned and carried out an investigation to see if the roots absorb water. We placed sticks of celery in water that contained food colouring to see what would happen.
- In History, we looked at the gods that the Ancient Egyptians worshipped and we also looked at the mummification process in detail. We even wrote some instructions on how to mummify a body.
- We have also been trying really hard with our presentation and have tried to replicate our gold standard in all of our books.
I am already looking forward to the next term
This week in Year 3-
We have been learning about mummification in history in English
In Maths we have been looking at adding and subtracting fractions.
In Science we have been learning about plants and looking at the jobs of the different parts of the plant.
Our attendance this week is 99.6%
I have been reading Gangsta Granny this week. It is amazing. I can’t put the book down.
I will keep you updated and will write a review when I have finished the book.
If you have read it, please let me know which is your favourite part.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Ps Don’t forget to write on the blog when you have read one of our recommended reads.
In Year 3 this week we have been doing Maths and in Maths we were problem solving using the whole part, part model, and complex problems are quite hard. In English we have written our last piece of the Egyptian Cinderella which was quite fun. In Science we have looked at the functions of the parts of the plants. We did the function of the roots and stalk and today we learnt that the leaves help to feed the plant. In History, we learnt about Mummification and learnt how to make a mummy but we didn’t actually make one. It was fun this week, we have started to give gold stars out for gold standard presentation.
Our attendance this week is 96.1 %
In Maths we have been learning to use a compass to make circles. It was quite tricky!
In English we have been re writing the end of the Egyptian Cinderella.
In PE we have been really enjoying playing handball.
In Singing we have been practicing our Sports Relief song.
The Year 3 Teachers have recommended ….
There are stories about people who want to live forever.
This is not one of those stories.
This is a story about someone who wants to stop…
Alfie Monk is like any other nearly teenage boy – except he’s 1,000 years old and can remember the last Viking invasion of England.
Obviously no one believes him.
So when everything Alfie knows and loves is destroyed in a fire, and the modern world comes crashing in, Alfie embarks on a mission to find friendship, acceptance, and a different way to live…
… which means finding a way to make sure he will eventually die.