Good Afternoon Year 3!
I hope you enjoyed today’s learning.
Keep sharing your learning with us through seesaw. We the year 3 teachers are extremely proud of you.
Were you able to complete the workout with Joe Wicks?
What is your limerick poem going to be about? I hope you’ve got some ideas down to include in your poem tomorrow.
How was comparing angles today? Did you do any of the challenge?
How many correct sentences were you able to make?
Did you use your reading strategies and inferential skills to help you answer the comprehension questions?
How good was your singing today? Did any of your family members sing along with you?
Keep sharing your amazing learning with us on Seesaw.
Remember to log on to Bug club, My Maths, TTRockstars and Purple Mash for additional learning activities.
Have a restful evening!
Good Morning Year 3!
I hope you are all well and keeping safe. Well done to all the children who are always doing their school online activities and sharing with us through seesaw, we are very proud of you. Keep up the good work!
You will start your day with a five-minute workout with Joe Wicks.
You will learn about the features and plan a limerick poem. Make sure you click on the link to watch a video on limerick poems before starting the task.
You are going to compare angles and you have to watch the day’s teaching video before you move on to answer the questions.
You will continue to learn about fronted adverbials.
Today you will read and answer questions about ‘The Man Who Bought a Mountain’.
You are going to practise singing along to songs and feel free to include any family members who may want to sing with you.
Remember to read all instructions carefully and go through the sources of information before you start any activity. Take regular breaks during your learning as it is important.
Don’t forget to log on to Bug club, My Maths, TTRockstars and Purple Mash for additional learning activities.
Do continue to share your learning through seesaw with your teachers and contact us on seesaw if you have any problems or questions.
I will be back later today to see how you got on with your learning.
All the best for today!