Monday 8th June 2020
Good morning Year 3!
I hope you had a fabulous weekend. I'm writing this on Sunday morning, and the weather has been a bit rubbish this weekend, meaning that we have had to stay indoors. I had a lovely relaxing Saturday with my family, watching lots of movies with some popcorn. Today (Sunday) I have decided to do some exercise to keep my body and mind healthy. Have you done any exercise this week? I'd love to hear from you. I'm looking forward to being in school again this week, with the other teachers. It will be nice to see some more children in school, as this week,some of the Year 1 children will be coming back, alongside the Year 6 children. It will still be very strange and quiet though.
Keep working hard Year 3, and we'll speak tomorrow.
Love Miss North
Happy Monday Year 3
I hope you had a great weekend despite the rain. Even though it was raining I spent some time helping Mr Martin in the garden, putting up some solar lights and making our seating area look nice. I am super excited for some sunshine now so we can go out and enjoy all of our hard work. We received Jacob's school report on Friday and it was fantastic so he was allowed to choose a treat. We ordered a tie dye kit and he is looking forward to dying a T Shirt later today.
Please keep emailing me with your news. I love to see what you are doing and see pictures of your work. I worked hard in school last week making our classroom look good and helping to organise and clean the whole school so that it will be safe but also super organised when you all return. I hope you will be impressed when you see it.
Have a great day and I will speak to you tomorrow.
Love Mrs Martin
Today we will be exploring measurements using rulers and other forms of measurements.
There is a video to help you before you complete a worksheet. The video and worksheet are attached below. The answers are also attached below, but please don't peek!
Today's learning intention is:
To measure lengths
Year 3 - Week 7 - Lesson 1 - Measure length.mp4
In preparation for your writing task this week, we would like you to have a look at directed speech. Direct Speech is a sentence where the exact words that are spoken are written in speech marks, quotation marks or inverted commas.
Example of Direct Speech
"What are your plans for tonight?" Said Lisa.
"I don't really have any!" Said Janine
"Do you fancy going out for a meal?" Said Alex.
Attached below is a challenge mat full of different activities about using direct speech. Make sure that you are using capital letters and the correct punctuation.
Today's reading activity is all about animals that we might find when on our walks or in our gardens. Particularly with the change in season and the weather. Read the text and then answer the questions.
The answers are attached in the document.
Here is a NEW science grid with a range of activities for you to choose from.
You can choose one or more if you would like to.
The link is attached below to the document if the writing is too small for you to view online.