Well done Class 3 for your hard work this week!
In Guided Reading this week, we have continued reading The Great Kapok Tree. We have developed our understanding of new vocabulary and completed thesaurus work to upscale sentences.
In Literacy this week, our focus book has been The Day the Crayons Quit for World Book Week. The children completed a storyboard retelling the story with their very own twists and completed a persuasive letter to the crayons from Duncan, persuading the crayons to return home.
In Maths, Class 3 have been looking at addition and subtraction with amounts of money. The children’s understanding and confidence has definitely grown within this area. Well done!
In Science this week, we have continued with our Rocks and Soils module. This week, we created our very own compost bins by following step by step instructions.
In Geography, we continued with our topic focus of Europe. Our learning objective this week was to observe, record and explain the physical and human geographical features of a European country. We created our very own news broadcast recordings, sharing the physical and human features of a specific European country.
Well done Class 3 for your fantastic efforts with home learning. Have a lovely weekend, stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all next week!
Well done Class 3 for your great efforts this week.
In Guided Reading this week, we have looked at our new book The Great Kapok Tree. We have made a prediction about the book and retrieved key information from the text.
In Literacy the children have used our class book The Street Beneath My Feet to identify new vocabulary, develop our understanding of expanded noun phrases and explore the use of similes.
In Maths, Class 3 have been looking at place value. I have been very impressed by your use of prior learning to support this week’s tasks!
In Science this week, we have continued with our Rocks and Soils module. This week, we recapped our knowledge of rocks and created our very own chocolate rock cycle.
In PSHE this week, we thought about the value of trees. We discussed the importance of trees as they produce oxygen. To investigate how much oxygen a leaf produces, we completed an experiment to find out!
In Geography, we explored our topic focus of Europe. We used BBC Weather to identify weather similarities and differences across varying countries in Europe, questioning how and why the weather changes so much across each country.
Well done Class 3, keep up the hard work!