Take a look at the photos Ethan has sent for his science project. He's made a tornado in a bottle!
His video is great but it unfortunately won't load on the website - sorry Ethan :(
Hello Everyone, I hope you and your families are all well and staying safe.
Your learning packs will keep you with work to do for a few weeks but other things that are really important for you to learn how to do independently are being able to:
Tie your own shoe laces
Tie your own (grown up) school tie
Do your own top button on your shirt
Make a slice of toast and butter or jam it (as you like)
Lay the table, clear it after a meal and wash the dishes
Tidying your own bed room and making your own bed
Show me other skills you can do to help mum and dad, can you hoover up? Make a cup of tea (check with mum and dad first and be careful of boiling water)? Serve the dinner (think of those fractions being equal!)
Send me photos for our class gallery x
Year 3, share your photos with the rest of your class and your friends!
Year 3, Joseph has successfully completed his science experiment by making his own bag pipes! What an excellent invention Joseph, I can't wait to hear all the information and the noise it makes when we get back to school. I'm really impressed!
If anyone else wants to share their experiments with the rest of the class, email them to me at email@example.com and I'll post them here on our class page.
I'd love to see them :) xx
Hi Year 3,
New to our class webpage, you can now write to me using our class Guest Book (on Year 3 main page). Why wait to show me your science experiments and different activities you are doing?
I'd love to hear what you're up to.
Stay safe, love and hugs,
Mrs Durkin x
David Walliams is reading a story each day, join him by clicking on the link below, maybe there's an accelerated reading test too, sit back and enjoy.
Check it out!
Year 3 School Closure Work
I hope you are all well and enjoying spending time with your families. Remember lots of board games (no tipping the monopoly board if you don't win!), help around the house with chores, relax (in-between doing the work in your home learning pack!) and play in the garden, you could even start some weeding!
If you need me at all please contact me on my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org , I can be contacted during school hours and will respond within 24hours, if you're doing your maths homework and learning to tell the time, you'll know how long this is. If I am unwell, school will notify you of who to contact.
Please complete the home learning pack, there's enough work in the pack to give you an hour a day for up to 3 weeks and I am available to discuss any questions you have regarding the work set. See below if you want to look at any other activities to do.
Believe it or not, it's only Monday and I'm already missing your mischievous behaviour and smiley faces! (I can't believe I just wrote that! ;))
Hope it's not too long until I see you again,
Mrs Durkin xxx
Read a great book for at least 20 minutes each day. Children can log in to Accelerated Reader at home using the following link (and your normal school username and password for accelerated reader) to record your reading and take a short quiz about the book.
Parents: You can use your home connect password to track your child's reading progress (the children cannot complete tests using the parents account, for this they need to use their own account details which are the ones they use in school).
Supporting websites to help with grammar:
Free home-learning packs:
In Twinkl’s case, they are offering a month of free “ultimate” membership to parents educating from home, which would allow you to download thousands of resources, ranging from handwriting, spelling, reading, maths, topic and much more - enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
These websites require you to register (for free) and provide free ebooks via their website or app.