WELCOME TO YEAR THREE
In literacy this week, we would like you to design a sun safety leaflet. You will need to consider the effects of the sun and how to stay sun safe. For the first two days you will gather information using a text and a video and then on the final day you can create you leaflet. We would love to see your completed leaflets on our class blog.
Day 1: Look over all the spellings for this half term. Practice any you found tricky. Maybe try the spelling showers or rainbow letters. Ask an adult to test you on a few from each week.
Task 2 - Read the sun safety information text and answer the questions.
Day 2: Watch the sun safety video. Add some key information from the video under the sub headings.
Day 3: Using the information you have gathered, create a sun safety leaflet. You will need to use a heading, sub headings and include lots of pictures. We've given you a choice of two templates, or you could completely design your own!
Click the picture above for the text
This week you will need to be a top maths detective. The Orchard Rabbit has been stolen and it is up to you to solve the crime before Mrs Taylor blows her top! Solve the maths clues each day and cross off the suspects to finally reveal the name of the criminal mastermind. Look through the power point to help you solve the clues.
Day 1: Watch the power point for help with clue 1 and 2. They are times, division and fraction problems.
Day 2: Watch the power point for help with clue 3 & 4. They are a mixture of times, division and missing number problems.
Day 3: Watch the power point for help with clue 5. Use grid references to help solve this.
EXTRA: Watch the power point for help with the confession. Use the grid references to reveal the message.
Each week we will upload the text and the tasks that accompany the texts. They will be familiar with how to complete the tasks, as we do them every week. They will also need to read their own book and could teach you how to do ‘Echo Reading’.
Task 1: Retrieval - The digestive system
Task 2: Summarise – The digestive system
Click the picture above for the text
other tasks to do
Here are some other tasks for you to do as and when you get the chance.
YOU CAN DO AS MANY OR AS FEW AS YOU LIKE!
PSHE: This week we are going to look back and reflect on our time in year 3. It’s been a crazy year but we have had lots of high points. We have put together a year 3 reflection poster with boxes for you to complete (click on the girl looking in the mirror). We have included a video for each class to help you remember all the amazing times we had together (at the top of this page). Click on your own class folder to find your video and special messages! We hope you enjoy them! We've also put together a little poem to say good luck!
Science: Investigation time! Look through the PowerPoint of the digestive system - click on the picture of the child and dog eating for this. It talks you through a practical investigation which is great fun and shows the children very practically what happens to their food. If you can do the investigation yourselves that will be great! There is an investigation sheet with missing words, whether you get to complete the investigation or not, try to find the missing words on the sheet - click on the loo paper for this!!! Good luck. We will look forward to seeing some of the gross pictures from your experiments!
ART: Mrs Wingrove has set you the fun task of creating autologlyphs. To find out what these are and to see some examples click on the links.
SCIENTISTS GO INVESTIGATING
FINAL WEEK - We would like to you to become Scientists!
Can you think like a scientist and carry out an investigation?
Decide upon a question to investigate about the human body, gather your research by asking relevant people, record and present you findings. Click on the Scientist for more help and guidance - good luck!
Want to stay in contact?
To find your class blog, go to the Purple Mash home page and find the ‘Tools’ box. Find the Communicate box and click on 2blog. Here you will find your class blog from which you will be able to contact your teacher and members of your class. Make sure your messages are kind and helpful. You can also email each other or the teachers through Purple Mash.
You can email things you've done to your class teacher at "classname"@orchardjunior.com.
Someone will try to look at the emails each week day and get back to you.
As always, we would like you to practice your times tables and spellings.
Parents please test your children in the way we do at school - they will tell you how!