Class - 3S

02.04.20

 

Good Morning all,

 

Here are a few challenges for today:

 

1. Create your own exercise routine that lasts for 20 minutes. Teach it to your family.

2. Write a diary entry for yesterday. Include what you did and how you felt.

3. Research some facts about The Romans and create a fact file (Non- chron report - headings, sub headings, fact boxes, bullet points, data, facts, diagrams)

. Where did they come from? What did they look like? What did they do for us? What did they eat?? How did they entertain themselves?

 

My diary entry would look like this.

Wednesday 1st April 2020

 

Dear Diary,

 

I woke up very worried this morning, knowing that it was April's Fools Day. Luckily my family were too busy getting ready to work that they completely forgot to play pranks on each other. Phew! 

After my daily run, I showered and had a delicious breakfast of porridge with raspberries and blueberries to give me the energy to start work. I spent the day monitoring the school's science provision, sending emails and planning for when we return to school. I am missing seeing the children very much, especially Maryam's riddles, Haider's jokes and Sehrish's BIG SQUEEZES and hope that we can all be back together soon.

 

Will write again soon xx

 

01.04.20

 

Good Morning, everyone,smiley

 

How are you today? Here are some ideas for you to try out at home:

 

1. Make up some column addition and subtraction sums for your family to solve.

2. Write some clues for a treasure hunt.

3. Use your sketching skills to draw a favourite toy. Remember to add shadow.

4. Sing your favourite song. Add a simple accompaniment to it using an improvised instrument e.g. wooden spoon and pan to make a drum, fill a container with small items e.g. rice to make a shaker.

 

Have fun!

 

Keep smiling - missing you all heart

31.03.20

Good Morning everyone,

 

I hope you are managing to complete your homework tasks and keeping busy learning new skills around the house. 

Why don't you set up your own visual timetable for each day to help plan your activities. 

Try to include some reading, writing and maths for at least half an hour each. 

Why not practise making your bed, making a cake, blow bubbles in a bowl, draw a portrait of a family member!

 

Don't forget to use the blog on Purplemash so that we can all keep in touch with each other.

 

Stay safe and keep washing your hands,

 

Mrs Sames xx

Week commencing 30.03.20. Here are some writing templates and pictures for you to practice your super sentences. Remember to add adverbs, conjunctions and expanded noun phrases. If you don'y like these pictures, find a photograph from a holiday or a picture from a magazine to write about in your homework book.

Home School Learning

 

26.03.2020

 

Good Morning 3S

 

Hope you're all staying safe and not missing your friends too much. I've been busy so here goes:

 

Our home learning packs have been saved on the Home Learning Packs page.

 

Lots of educational and entertaining websites have also been saved there.

 

I've set up 2blog on Purple Mash so you can now safely chat to each other online. 

 

I've set up lots of activities on my maths as well.

 

Our Home Learning Overview has also been saved below.

 

Any issues please use 2blog to send me a message. 

Please use this link to access the blog to ask questions regarding homework set.

https://www.purplemash.com/app//link/2blog?iframe=1#/app/blog/5e79ff4a6d9a255c190a212d/

Here is an overview of work set by Y3 teachers.

19.03.2020

 

Important Information -  we are concerned about the security on the seesaw website. Please do not use the website for now. I'll add a message on here to let you know if anything changes. 

 

Homework packs were sent home today and extra homework will be added here as well. 

 

Stay safe and wash your hands!

We look forward to all being together again soon.

 

Mrs Sames. 

March 9th 2020 - 30 Year 3 children went to perform in an amazing choral concert at King George's Hall, Blackburn. What a great and uplifting experience it was for everyone! Thank you to all the children who took part for their hard work in rehearsals and for their enthusiastic, joyful performance.

World Book Day 2020 3S celebrated by reading in the Book Cafe and sharing books in class. We wrote a rhyming poem based on the story The Tiger Who Came to Tea.

Science - Does cereal contain iron? We crushed cornflakes and mixed them with warm water. Then we put the mixture into a sealable bag. Using a magnet, we attempted to draw the iron out of the cereal. Disappointingly, our experiment was not very successful!

The Iron Man - Our new topic!

The Iron Man - Our new topic! 1
On Monday afternoon we watched the movie version of The Iron Man, we made predictions, used our inference skills and compared what we know of the book and the movie. It was a fantastic start to our new topic!

Spring Term 2 Key Information (February 24th - 3rd April 2020)

Welcome to Year 3S

 

Class Teacher: Mrs L. Sames (B.Ed Hons)

TLAs: Mrs D. Fletcher SEN Support

        : Mrs D Fielding - Literacy support

        : Mrs F Khan - Y3 support

 

 

 

Useful documents for Autumn 1 (September - October 2019) Homework, Overview and Knowledge Organiser

We love reading in our reading corner. Your child may borrow a book from Mrs Sames' collection to bring home to read and enjoy. Your child will sign the book out and back in when they return it. Please encourage your child to respect the books and to look after them so that they may be enjoyed by others.

We love reading in our reading corner. Your child may borrow a book from Mrs Sames' collection to bring home to read and enjoy. Your child will sign the book out and back in when they return it. Please encourage your child to respect the books and to look after them so that they may be enjoyed by others. 1

Classroom Routines

Children must put their home reading book into our box in class every morning. We have a reward scheme for every time your child has read at home and their book has been signed. Please ensure that you support your child by signing their book.

Reading Days - See list on classroom window.

P.E Days - Tuesday - Outdoor P.E. Your child may wear leggings or jogging pants, a sweatshirt and trainers. Black pumps may still be worn. They will also require their indoor P.E. kit in case of bad weather - black shorts, white T-shirt and black pumps.

Friday - Autumn Term - Swimming. Your child will need a swimming costume/trunks, a swimming hat (compulsory) and a towel in a named carrier bag. Floats and armbands will be supplied by Daisyfield Pool.

Homework Daily Reading, Spellings, My Maths, Education City, Purplemash and topic homework. Please see the homework list in your child's homework book and sign to say they have completed it.

Dinners - School dinners - £2 per day, £10 per week. Please send dinner money into school on Monday morning in an envelope labelled with your child's name, class and amount enclosed.

Packed lunches - We are a healthy school so please ensure your child's lunch reflects this.

Snacks - Your child can bring a healthy snack to school to eat at playtime or buy a snack from the school kitchen. Healthy snacks can range from fruit, vegetable batons, easily opened yoghurts, cheese and crackers, drink cartons.

 

 

Year 3S 2019 - 2020

Year 3S 2019 - 2020 1
Year 3S 2019 - 2020 2
Year 3S 2019 - 2020 3

We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.

We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  1
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  2
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  3
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  4
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  5
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  6
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  7
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  8
We visited Frederick Kempster's grave as part of our literacy tiopic - Folk Tales. He is known as The British Giant and was born in 1889. He grew to be 7 foot 9 inches but his grave is longer. We measured it to be 3m 69cm.  9

All you need to know for Autumn 2 (November - December 2019)

Rememberance Day 2019 - Lest we forget. 3S made poopies and observed the 2 minutes silence today. We thought about all the soldiers that gave up their livesin the wars of the past so that we can live free lives today.

Rememberance Day 2019 - Lest we forget.   3S made poopies and observed the 2 minutes silence today. We thought about all the soldiers that gave up their livesin the wars of the past so that we can live free lives today. 1

Anti-Bullying Week 

11th - 15th November 2019

In 3S, we looked carefully at creating a safe digital footprint for ourselves by identifying the pieces of information it is safe to display online. We found out that we should not put our name, address, school passwords or secrets on public view as this can allow strangers or bullies to target us. 

A lot of our class found it difficult to believe that an adult could pretend to be a child. Please talk to your child about how to communicate with friends on the internet and remain safe.

Friday 15th November 2019. Year 3 visited Blackburn Cathedral to look at ways Christians use symbols and music in their worship.

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National Handwriting Day