Year 3 Chaffinches & Bullfinches.
The children have been enjoying the end of term Christmas activities.
We have been decorating our classrooms and created some lovely festive craft.
Alongside this, we have been practising our carols ready for ‘Carols Around the Tree’ next week
The children have enjoyed the conclusion to our crayon topic, and wrote some fantastic letters of complaint. They have also used scratch painting to represent landmarks.
Some of the children loved creating their own bookmarks with Mrs Rowe.
This week the children in Year 3 have been learning about different countries and cultures. They have then used their knowledge to plan an exciting adventure for a crayon.
We finished the half term by designing and making some fantastic Stone Age weapons. The children really enjoyed working together to share ideas.
Our new topic is Colour. This week the children have been presenting all of their amazing research from their home learning task.
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Over the last two weeks the children have really enjoyed learning about fossils. We made our own fossils using shells and Plaster of Paris before writing instructions for another class.
The children have also created some fossil art thinking carefully about colour choices, tone and brush techniques.
Last Friday was our Harvest Festival. Year 3 wrote and read some beautiful prayers.
Over the last two weeks we have continued with our Stone Age topic. The children have created some fantastic cave paintings using charcoal and stained paper which are on display in the classroom.
We have enjoyed investigating the features of instruction writing to prepare us for writing our own instructions regarding how to make a fossil.
In Maths we have moved onto addition and subtraction. This week we have been problem solving using three digit numbers.
The children have settled in well to Year 3. We have started our Stone Age topic and planned lots of exciting activities! This week, the children have loved finding out facts about the Stone Age, drawing pictures of the animals and creating a Stone Age timeline.