Welcome to Class 3
Here we will show you all of the fantastic learning we are doing in our class. We like to be creative and work hard in different lessons.
We hope that you are all coping well at home. Home learning is very difficult and children being away from their usual school environment and their friends is hard. Below are a suggestion of activities for children to complete both online and some printable resources. Please do not feel pressured to complete them all but have a go. Phonics and reading at the key for children in class 3 so listen to and read with your children as much as you can. Keep fit with family exercises and get some fresh air in the garden for a break.
Please do keep in touch via our class twitter page and let us know what you have been learning or being creative. We will share with you what we have been doing too.
Also, remember to keep logging on to Purple Mash and Classroom Secrets where there are lots of resources to keep you occupied.
Mrs Roe and Mrs Brookes
As the new Nightingale hospital is opening in London, can you remember 5 facts about Florence Nightingale? Use this Powerpoint to remind you. Why not make a fact sheet about her?
Have a go at these maths activities:
Blending advice and suggested activities:
The Smartest Giant in Town:
Use your Classroom Kids log in to have a go at this comprehension.
Watch the story here:
Phonics cards to print off:
Fun activities linked to reading, spelling, phonics and maths:
If you want help with how to teach the phonics sounds watch these videos.
RWI Phonics lessons at home from Monday 23rd March:
Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm
Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm
Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am and again at 1.30 pm
Note: films are streamed live and won’t be available at other times.
Spanish Home Learning Tasks to try!
We looked round the classroom and found objects made out of wood, metal, plastic and glass.
Which objects are transparent and which are opaque? We sorted them but decided some pictures needed to be changed. Can you guess which ones?
Today we used number cards to find out patterns in number sentences. What can you guess you see? We looked at the biggest numbers and which numbers swapped around.
Christmas DT project
We have used our DT skills to make a Christmas stocking with felt and wool. We sewed our designs together and sold them at the Christmas Fayre.
Today we used our DT skills to sew our own poppy to wear. We learnt all about why we war poppies and observed a 2 minutes silence.
We started this half term with a focus on art and a specific artist Clarice Cliff. We looked at her designs and copied them using paint, pen and crayon. We also made our own clay paints and designed a pattern in the style of Clarice Cliff and painted onto them.
Our Maths topic has focused on grouping, counting and putting numbers in order. We grouped children, objects and pictures. We have also used different equipment to help us with our counting.
Roald Dahl Day 2019
We celebrated Roald Dahl Day 2019 by dressing up as our favourite character from a Roald Dahl book or in his favourite colour yellow. There were some amazing costumes. We had creative day making a 'Giant Peach,' the BFG's ears and patterns of Willy Wonka's sweets.