Lesson 1 - Contractions
Lesson 2 - Apostrophes for Possession
Activity 1 - Adverbs
Activity 2 - All About Sentences
Science experiments at home
Play Hit the Button to answer quick fire questions on your 3, 4 and 8 times tables.
Sun experiments websites
Here is the link to the video for the Mindful Colouring activity:
Try this one more one less, ten more ten less game on Topmarks.
Miss Deciacco’s Book Quiz
1. In the book Oliver and the Seawigs, what animal is Mr Culpepper?
2. Which series of books were written by J. K. Rowling?
3. In the picture book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a caterpillar eats its way through lots of food before emerging as what?
4. Which TV personality has written the books, The World’s Worst Children, Gangsta Granny and The Midnight Gang?
5. Complete the title of the famous book by Dr Seuss, ‘The Cat in the …’?
6. Which fictional 6 year old girl created by Roald Dahl pranks her father by gluing his hat to his head?
7. What is the name of the good witch in Bethan Woolvin’s version of Hansel and Gretel?
8. What sort of creature is Charlotte in the book Charlotte’s Web?
9. In the book James and the Giant Peach, what are the names of the 2 nasty aunts?
10. In the book Grace and Family, what animal is on the stamp that Grace receives from her Papa?
11. What flavour sandwiches does Mrs Tredegar serve on the Green Ship?
12. In the book The Tin Forest, what does the old man share with the bird?
13. In the book Moth: AnEvolution Story, how do humans change the natural environment?
14. Who had an encounter with the three bears?
15. Which poet and author wrote the poem Chocolate Cake and the book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt?
A follow up video to Monday's task on Place Value and ordering/sequencing numbers.
I hope you all had a go at the tasks and the video above helped anyone that was unsure of anything to do with place value, sequencing or ordering numbers.
Have a go at creating a healthy dinner plate.
Or maybe go on a minibeast hunt!
Place Value and Ordering Numbers
Start from the first challenge and work your way through to the harder challenges.
Remember, if you have any questions or would just like to get in touch you can send us an e-mail.
The e-mail address is Year3@miriamlord.bradford.sch.uk
Speak to you again soon!
Spanish numbers to 20, colours and greetings.
Videos for this week
Buddy's Adventures Chapter 3
Gorilla by Anthony Browne
Higher or Lower
Tug of War
This week in my house, we collaborated by playing a board game together. We had to take turns when playing, help each other to understand the rules and we even tried not to get cross when we were losing, which was quite difficult!
I can’t wait to hear all about how you collaborated in your house!
Don’t forget to email the Year 3 teachers using: email@example.com
Talk to you soon
Today (29.04.20), the Year 3 teachers received a beautiful piece of art work on their year group email. Thank you Fatima for putting a smile on our faces with your creativity. We loved how you used materials from all around you to create a very cute caterpillar.
Remember you can always email the Year 3 teachers using firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message from Mrs Kirkham.
Here are the links that you will need:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhtyvk7 BBC Bitesize
All the websites I mentioned on the video:
Today, we had a fantastic time visiting our local church and learnt all about the Christmas story. We enjoyed watching the Christmas story and were given the opportunity to wear costumes and act the story out. After that, we created a Jesse Tree. A Jesss Tree is a decorative tree used during Advent to retell the stories of the Bible that lead to Jesus's birth.
This morning, we analysed the first page our new literacy book and thought of words to describe it. We then collaborated to put these words in a beautiful picture called a word cloud.
Check out our word clouds below!
Over this half term, we have been reading the book Pattan's Pumpkin and it has been fantastic! We have wrote many pieces about the text, but our final write was a report about enormous pumpkin rolling down the mountain and crashing in the River Indus. Everyone was so impressed with the reports, we think we have some news reporters in the making.
At the start of this half term we planted our own pumpkin seeds to help us understand how Pattan grew his pumpkin. Although we have not managed to produce a pumpkin yet we have managed to grow some good plants. We stretched our Imagining Muscle and carved our own pumpkins to use in our Zu3D animation re-telling the story of 'Pattan's Pumpkin'. We have all really enjoyed this story this half term.
To finish our learning around the book 'Pattan's Pumpkin' we created an animation of the story using Zu3D software. We drew a story map to help us re-tell the story and then created the characters using plasticine. We had to stretch our Persevering Muscle when we were filming as it was quite frustrating making sure we only moved the characters a tiny amount for each frame. Have a look at our final animations...
We made our own roundhouses and then created a class fort. We stretched our Reasoning Muscle to describe the advantages of living in a fort and how housing changed over time from The Stone Age to The Iron Age.
We went to The Den with Mr Green and used natural resources to make our own paints. We made links to what we've learnt about The Stone Age and picked leaves and berries and crushed them in a pestle and mortar. Have a look at our Stone Age art...