Wednesday 7th November
Our Ancient Greek Day has been brought forward one day to Wednesday 7th November.
As part of our Scrumdiddlyumptious Topic we have been tasting, evaluating, designing and then making smoothies!
We have written some fantastic mouth-watering recipes for a variety of smoothies as well!
Welcome to Year 3 Seal Class
Mrs Startin is teaching Seals again this year, check in again for more updates soon!
Our Topic this half term is
We will be writing a range of text types linked to food including recipes and instructions, nonsense poetry and adverts. We will be learning how to use a map, whilst developing our location and fair-trade knowledge. In Science, we will be learning about nutrition and how to keep ourselves healthy.
In Maths, we will be focusing on developing our understanding of Place Value, Addition and Subtraction. The children will be developing their mathematical fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills on a daily basis.
Please find a book list below which is full of books relevant to our new topic. If you get the opportunity to enjoy some of these at home that would be brilliant! Also, if you do have any of these books, particularly Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl which will be our class reader, please do bring them into school for us to share.
National Expectations for Year 3 in English
The National Curriculum outlines the spelling rules that children will learn inYear 3 and Year 4:
PE: Children will need their PE kits on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for outdoor PE.
Reading: We encourage children to read a wide variety of fiction genres, as well as non-fiction. Your support at home can make a crucial difference to your child's reading progress, which in turn often has a significant effect on the quality of their writing. Encourage your child to answer questions about the text, try to predict what happens next, write a book review.......
Spelling: We will be continuing the 'Read Write Inc Spelling' programme so please check your Read Write Inc log book and practice the spellings!
Time tables: The government expectation is that nearly all children will be fluent in all times tables up to 12 x 12 by the end of their next school year (Year 4). Regular class work on the 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 and 11 times tables this year would ideally be supplemented by quizzing and activities at home. Links to some suggestions are below. Topmarks has links to a wide variety of computer-based education resources and games.
Time links for this week:
Bitesize time game (3 different levels)
Whole hours (easy)