We are excited about seeing Year 3’s wonderful learning log work. There is a new grid ready for children to tackle at home! It is full of exciting tasks that complement our learning in school.
If a child doesn’t have the grid in their LL books yet please do not hesitate to ask your class teacher.
Remember one piece of learning log work is expected a week but the more you do the more likely you are to get certificates and star badges at the end of terms!
Today, Year 3 have been creating their very own masterpieces in the style of Monet. We have used water colours to create different shades of green, blue and yellow. The children used their paintbrushes to create different effects on the paper including dashes, dots and lines.
We shall upload a photo of the finished masterpieces next week.
Happy New Year from the Year 3 team
We are looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow.
Last term we spent lots of our numeracy sessions learning how to add and subtract using the column method. The children did amazingly well using the Base 10 equipment to show how to answer addition and subtraction questions. It was great watching the children help one another and learn from each others mistakes.
We have been doing some brilliant learning all about the Stone Age boy Ug. Ug is frustrated because the rest of his family are happy using stones for everything, even their bed and their trousers! Ug thinks a lot and thinks about ways that could make their lives easier but not everybody is keen to entertain his ideas!
During our learning about Ug we have thought a lot about the powerful verbs and adverbs we could use to describe what the characters are doing and also the punctuation we use when writing speech.
Have a look at the page below and thing about what is happening and what the characters might be saying. Comment your ideas thinking about everything we have learnt.
Last week, the children from year 3 all met up again to have an exciting day learning all about the Stone Age. They leant all about Stone Age dwellings and had a go at making their own dens and a home for Ug. They experienced food from the Stone Age, including stewed fruit and nettle tea. They also had a go at making Stone Age tools from natural equipment such as slate and sticks. The children then learnt about cave paintings and made their own, which look absolutely great!
We will be learning lots more about the Stone Age and the character Ug this term, so watch this space for lots more exciting news!
Some children in year 3 were lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with an art consultant last week to produce some dinosaur themed art using powder paint. We learnt how to set up our equipment properly and how to look after our brushes. We thought carefully about the part of the dinosaur that we wanted to draw and tried to make it fill our whole page. We learnt how to create a back ground before we added colour to our dinosaurs.
we think they did a great job, what do you think?
Year 3 have been working hard to improve their sentences by using adjectives. Here are some examples of our sentences. Can you spot the adjectives?
The small, prancing dinosaur is peering across the water.
Weirdly, the long dinosaur has a tail like a tiger.
Suddenly, the ferocious dinosaurs heard a volcano exploding!
Two tiny, lime green dinosaurs were creeping through the lake trying not to make a sound.
The gigantic, scaly dinosaur roared angrily.
Near to the coconut tree, there was a long necked brontosaurus standing looking at the juicy, green leaves.