Wednesday 15th July
Happy Wednesday Year 3!
We are half-way through the working week already!
How are you all? It would be lovely to hear from you by email. I know that all the teachers are missing you all so much!
Yesterday had been a very busy day, with myself and Mrs Martin busy in and out of meetings and planning for the first week back in September. It will be a little bit different in September for each Key Stage in school, so we are busy planning all of the different activities that we will be doing in school. We can't wait to have everyone back in school again, busy learning and having fun!
Today, I am back in the Green Room with the Key Worker children. We will have a busy morning of doing our learning, and then this afternoon we will be decorating biscuits. I bought lots of edible decorations, including edible eyes! I will be definitely taking lots of photos (and then eating some of the yumminess afterwards).
I hope that you all have an amazing day!
Miss North x
Hi Year 3,
As Miss North says, we had another busy day yesterday in School. Our first week back is going to be such fun as we all work on settling in and team building in our new classes.
Today, I am going to carry on planning the first week activities for our phase. Remember to send me those emails with your news.
Today's maths lesson is all about adding 2-digit and 3-digit numbers. Remember not to let the exchange process catch you out!
Have a go and then mark your work to see how well you've done.
Today's reading activity is based on a very exciting topic, which will help you when you go into Year 4. Have a read and then answer the questions attached.
Today you will be using what you have been looking at already on the Under the Bed image, and creating your own short story from this. We have attached the story opener for you to use, then it is up to you what you wish to include. Remember to include everything from your writing checklist, attached below:
Back to School Activities
Getting Ready for September
Today, we want you think about being back in school in September. What are you looking forward to the most and what may worry you about being back in school. Even the bravest of the brave and the coolest of the cool worry. Worrying is normal when so much has changed.
Complete the 2 activities linked below:
Written and illustrated by Jon Burgerman
In this bright and friendly picture book, learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus. Fun rhyming couplets keep the tone gentle and supportive, and you will find plenty of ideas for dealing with coronavirus in a positive way.
Everybody Worries offers you the reassuring message that this crisis will pass, we are there for you, and we will get through this together.