Seahorses - Year 3
Times Table Rock Stars Game – Let’s Play Together!!
Arena Battle: Friday 5th June 10-10:30am, see you there!
- Teacher sets the times tables
- Compete against your friends in the class
- Games are 1 minute long
- Earn 1 coin per correct answer
Online Safety: There is no way to message or communicate on TTRS, other than to practice TimesTables. No names are shown, only usernames. Only Seahorse class will be able to access. If you need your login details, please email me on email@example.com
I hope that you enjoy this weeks activities, I am missing you all and am very proud of all of you.
Please keep sending in photos of what you're up to at home, and remember to send me 1 piece of work each week for marking.
Miss Alsop x
Ipswich Museum have provided lots of fun activties to do at home, including making dinosaur poo! The link is near the bottom of the page.
BBC Bitesize are providing online video lessons, the link is near the bottom of the Seahorses page.
Ipswich Museum have put together a pack of activities you can try at home. Maybe you could create a fossil, make a milk bottle rainbow elephant or bake some edible dinosaur poo!
I would like to see your creations!
Joke of the day!
What did the wolf say when it stubbed its toe?
Message from Miss Bugg
Let me start by saying I miss each and every one of you lots and lots!!
I miss your smiles, all your different personalities and your rubbish jokes!!
I hope that you are all staying safe, looking after yourself and of course all your family.
I am sure that you have all done some fantastic work and learnt loads of new cool things!
You should all be proud of yourselves, it’s not easy not being at school and seeing all your friends and doing your learning as normal, but remember this won’t last forever and for now it is important you all stay safe at home with your families.
I have been going on lots of nice walks making and painting flower pots and staying up past my bedtime to watch for shooting stars!!
I Miss you all, and hope to see you soon.
Miss Bugg xx
Year 3 Photo Board
I would love to see what you have been up to each week so I have created a Year 3 photo board.
- You can send in one photo each week for us to display on this web page.
- The photo should show what you have been up to with your Home Learning.
- If you are in the photo, make sure it doesn't show your name.
- If you are not in the photo, just put your first name.
- All photos should be landscape.
- New photos will be uploaded ready for Friday each week.
Send your photo to:
In the subject box, please write, 'Photo - followed by your class'.
You must make sure you have your parents' permission to send in any photos.
Summer is here and the weather is getting hot! Use the power point and links below to find out how to keep yourself and others safe in the sun.
Challenge - can you make a poster to remind everyone in your house how to stay safe in the sun. If you email them to me I can also add them to the website to help keep your friends safe.
Learn more about staying safe in the sun
I would like you to read everyday! When in school we read for 30 minutes after lunch everyday, maybe you could try doing some quiet reading after lunch at home?
You can read any fiction or non-fiction, comics and newspapers count too!
Here are some reading comprehensions for you to try! 1* is a hot challenge, 2* is a hotter challenge and 3* is the hottest challenge! Choose which challenge you would like to complete. Remember to read the text first before you try to answer the questions, then check back to make sure your answers make sense.
This week in maths you will be learning to read and answer questions about pictograms and bar charts. You will also complete some charts of your own to record data (information).
There is also a weekly challenge and the weekly arithmetic session.
Have fun in maths this week Seahorses!
Monday maths - pictograms (As this is a new topic please start with Hot, then Hotter, then Hottest! have fun!)
Tuesday maths - more about pictograms
Wednesday maths - bar charts
Thursday - challenge: help Rosie and Toby rediscover their super snack by reading data from a bar chart, checking calculations, comparing fractions and thinking about the properties of numbers.
Friday - arithmetic session. Use all your knowledge of column method to add, subtract and multiply numbers; use the bus stop method to divide and your knowledge of fractions to problem solve
This term we will be learning about the Ancient Egyptians in history.
We will found out about their rulers, the buildings they made, the special ways they treated people when they died and their daily life. There will be some research and some things to make or draw.
This week you will be finding out all about Ancient Egyptian mummies; why and how they were made. It's a little bit gruesome to us but very important to the Ancient Egyptians.
In science we are going to be finding out more about the human body. At school we have already learnt that our diet is the food we eat and that nutrition is the vitamins, minerals and energy that our body absorbs from our diet. Some people have a healthy diet and some have an unhealthy diet. Most people have a diet that has some healthy and some unhealthy foods.
We are going to find out more about which foods are healthy, about different types of skeleton and our skeleton.
This week in Art we are going to be creating concentric circle artwork in the style of Kandinsky! I hope you have fun!
This half term we will be learning about Judaism. We will be using a new word
- covenant (promise)
and finding out about the promises God made the Jewish people.
Judaism - let's find out about the Ten Commandments and think about how they affect the lives and behaviour of Jewish people
Handwriting - Take lots of care when you practise your handwriting. Remember all letters sit on the line and should be the same size, ascenders are tall and descenders go below the line. Most letters join BUT there are a few that do not! Capital letters NEVER join. q y j g z x do not join to the next letter
In our E-Safety lessons we have been using the website Interland.
Learn about E-Safety and play the Interland games here: https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_us/interland
Hour of code is a website full of challenges for practising code, there is no need to sign up and no charge.
Mrs Bigley has asked me to put the daily mile and daily skip sheets onto the website so that you can keep completing your challenges from home! Maybe you could run a mile round in the garden?
If you do complete the challenges please let me know so we can get you certificates for your hard work!
Mindfulness - for when you need a moment of calm.
Free apps and websites
Several online companies are opening their websites or apps for free over this time to support children learning from home.
TAudible by Amazon is free while schools are closed so you can listen to as many stories as you like!
Jo Wicks is providing a PE lesson a day at 9am on his page.
If you miss it, you can access it on his site afterwards. Find it here: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1
Teach Monster is an app to help kids learn to read in school and it'll be free to use at home due to coronavirus disruption. Download free this week on Apple: apple.co/2V92VL5, on Amazon (from Thurs) amzn.to/2VgOwfR, or 0.99 on Android: bit.ly/2cohkeR
This app is designed to help children learn to read so will not be appropriate for all especially more confident readers but I wanted to make you aware of the resource.
Times Table Rockstars has a partner program called NumBots which has been made available currently for 60 days free of charge. You can access it through TTR using the password you were given at the start of the year.
Premier League Primary Stars has resources for ages 5-11 for English, Maths, Health and Wellbeing. You can access these at https://plprimarystars.com/ there are lots of football related games and learning activities!
BBC Bitesize is a super learning resource, today they have launched home learning daily lessons.