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Timetable of Useful Information

Monday

PE kit needed

Tuesday  
Wednesday
 

PE kit needed

Thursday  
Friday

PE kit needed

Spelling test 

Times tables test

New spellings and times tables given out

 

 

Home Learning

Our class Zoom to catch up and share the work we have been doing on our Colour Project will be on Friday 3rd July at 9:30am. The meeting code and password will be sent to you in a text.

 

29.6.2020

 

 

Hello 3F.

I really enjoyed our Pirates Zoom last week and I loved your costumes and the work you'd done!

 

This week, our new project is 'Colour'. The project and resources are found in the Home Learning folder on the main class pages. Just click on the parrot and then click on the Y3 and Y4 folder.

 

I can't wait to see what you get up to this week. Enjoy!

 

NEW Purple Mash activities

NEW Prodigy challenge

You have Bug Club books

 

 

Have a great week

Mrs Fellowes

 

 

 

 

 

Our class Zoom to catch up and share the work we have been doing on the Pirate Project will be on Friday 26th June at 9:30am. The meeting code and password will be sent to you in a text. Excited to see you all! Remember you can dress up as a pirate if you like! wink

 

 

22/6/20

 

Hi everyone, 


This weeks home/ school project is Pirates. I have attached this below and all the resources you may need are in the home learning section along with the launch video.

 

I have added some new 2dos on Purple Mash for you and you can keep going on Bug Club, Prodigy and Times Tables Rock Stars.

 

Have a fab week! I can't wait to see what you have been doing on Friday. laugh  

 

 

15/6/20

 

NEW Home/ School project - Sunflowers (Attached below)

NEW You have new books on Bug Club

NEW You have new maths questions to do on Prodigy

NEW You have new challenges on Times Tables Rock Stars

NEW You have new 2Dos on Purple Mash

 

Hi 3F,

 

I hope you are all well. 

 

Today we launched the first of our new home/ school learning projects. These are weekly projects that you can all join in with whether you are at home or in school. You will all have the opportunity to share what you have been doing later in the week if you would like to. Your families will have received an email giving you more information about these. Our first project is Sunflowers. Attached below is the Year 3/4 project task sheet and some other supporting documents that might help you with the different activities.  

 

I have set you some new work on Purple Mash, Prodigy, Bug Club and Times Tables Rock Stars if you want to continue with these instead or as well.

 

Have a great week! 

 

Mrs Fellowes smiley

1/6/20

Thank you again for all the amazing things you have been doing at home during Lockdown..

 

NEW! Activities on Purple Mash

NEW! Challenge on Prodigy

Don't forget to use Bug Club for the fun reading activities.

 

Mega Computing challenge.

We would have been exploring the use of Logo in class. I will be setting a range of activities in Purple Mash using Logo, but I thought you might like the mega challenge of downloading FMS Logo (it's free) and try creating some amazing shapes and patterns from one or more of the FMS Logo Workshops. Then try the same coding in Purple Mash. .

 

Vikings

 

Don't forget to take up the Viking Theme Challenges at the bottom of the page in the theme block. 

Why not get inspired with some of the activities from Yorvik that you can try out at home.

Click here for Yorvik at home

 

 

Kick Off

With the Premier League about to kick off again what a great time to start reading a story written by Dan Freedman. Dan is author of the week with National Literacy Trust. Scholastic (his publishers) are making the book Kick Off free to download for the month of June. Click the following link to access your free copy.

 

KICK OFF with Jamie Johnson 

 

 

Class Zoom meeting Thursday 28th May at 2:30 pm.

 

Meeting ID 840 365 7841

 

A text will be sent out with details and the password for the meeting room so keep an eye open.

 

To access the meeting you will need to have a Zoom app installed on your PC, Laptop Tablet or phone. The apps are free. More details can be found at https://zoom.us

 

18.5.20

Hello 3F!

It was great to see so many of you on our Zoom Catch-up last Monday! It was good hear what you've been doing during lockdown. Thank you for all the hard work you are doing at home and for sending me work on Purple Mash (don't forget to click hand-in when you've completed a task).

 

Here are some new challenges for you: 

Take up the daily drawing challenge, Try days 1 to 5

NEW! Activities on Purple Mash

NEW! Challenge on Prodigy

Don't forget to use Bug Club for the fun reading activities.

 

You can also check out the daily lessons with BBC Bitesize and The Oak National Academy. Just click on the link below and choose your year group and subject.  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/subjects/#subjects

Also continue the Vikings project activities (I've added it again so you don't need to search for it).

Y3F Viking Theme Activities

 

English

                                  Art

Write an information sheet about Viking longships (see Purple Mash 2Do).

Draw, paint or use collage to create a Viking longship picture.

Put yourself in the role of a Viking person (see Purple Mash 2Do).

Research Viking shield designs, then design/make your own.

Write an acrostic poem about Vikings.

Make a mask of a Viking warrior.

Geography & History

Music

Draw a map to show where the Vikings came from.

Learn and perform a Viking saga song (follow BBC link).

 

Use a map of the UK to find and list the places where the Vikings settled.

Compose and perform your own song about the Vikings.

Make a timeline of 5 or more events during the Viking invasion.

Other Ideas

Create a wordsearch using Viking themed words.

Compare your diet to that of a Viking child (see Purple Mash 2Do).

Write your name and a message in Viking runes.

 

 

 

4/5/20

 

Hello 3F,

Thank you for your hard work at home. It's been great to see the fantastic work you've been doing. 

Here are some new challenges for you: 

NEW! Activities on Purple Mash

NEW! Challenge on Prodigy

NEW! TPS v Holcombe Brook Primary and Heaton Park Primary challenge on Times Table Rockstars this week

Continue working on the Vikings project  activities.

Have a great week and stay safe.

 

20/4/20

 

Hope you have enjoyed your Easter Break and are all keeping safe and well. Our new theme is the Vikings, so I have added ideas you could try at home. There are also links to help you.

 

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/vikings.html

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/2Tc1vdVTZJfvXPPGp2jSjWY/ks2-music-viking-saga-songs-info

 

Y3F Viking Theme Activities

 

English

                                  Art

Write an information sheet about Viking longships (see Purple Mash 2Do).

Draw, paint or use collage to create a Viking longship picture.

Put yourself in the role of a Viking person (see Purple Mash 2Do).

Research Viking shield designs, then design/make your own.

Write an acrostic poem about Vikings.

Make a mask of a Viking warrior.

Geography & History

Music

Draw a map to show where the Vikings came from.

Learn and perform a Viking saga song (follow BBC link).

 

Use a map of the UK to find and list the places where the Vikings settled.

Compose and perform your own song about the Vikings.

Make a timeline of 5 or more events during the Viking invasion.

Other Ideas

Create a wordsearch using Viking themed words.

Compare your diet to that of a Viking child (see Purple Mash 2Do).

Write your name and a message in Viking runes.

 

3F Home Learning

 

Dear 3F, I hope you are all well and keeping yourselves busy.

Below are a range of additional resources which you will hopefully find enjoyable.

 

Keep smiling and stay safe.

 

 

MATHS

 

The maths factory

A fantastic website created by Carol Vorderman. From today, she has waved all memberships costs during the current circumstances. It has got lots of videos, games, challenges and other interactive activities.

BBC Bitesize KS2 Maths

A variety of resources for different areas of the maths curriculum.

 

Don’t forget there are lots of activities you can do with your children that will help them develop their mathematical skills e.g. measuring ingredients for cakes, sharing items equally between family members (division), estimating then timing each other to complete silly tasks and measuring, noting and calculating perimeters of things like tables, carpets, televisions, lawns, patios etc

 

ENGLISH

 

BBC Bitesize

 Lots of games, videos and tutorials for all aspects of English.

 

READING

Teach your Monster to Read

 (Free when accessed via the website) online platform game for children to apply phonics and reading knowledge. There are also mini-games for things like sight words.

 

Oliver Jeffers Virtual Events

 Oliver Jeffers is reading a book a day at 6. 

 

The World of David Walliams

 David Walliams is Reading extracts from his ELEVENSES Book at 11am each day. Website also has other free resources.

 

Audible

 For as long as schools are closed Audible are allowing children everywhere to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.

 

HANDWRITING

Teach Handwriting

 Visual demonstration of how to form each letter. Scroll to the bottom (Other Continuous Cursive Letters not part of the Teach Handwriting Scheme) to find the correct formation of g, f, j and y

 

PHONICS

Phonics Play

 A great website offering complete use of the site for free for the time being. Username: march20, Password: home

 

This is a unique moment in history and it’s a chance for children to keep diaries/make scrapbooks which will be fascinating to look back upon when they are adults.

 

Another idea is to create a family history. Children could interview relatives on the phone write them up and compile them in a family ‘album’.

 

 

OTHER IDEAS

BBC Bitesize

 Some fabulous resources for lots of different areas of the curriculum.

 

The Literacy Shed

Not only English Resources - a range of mixed-age learning activities to engage children.

 

seewinter.com

Live webcams of dolphins otters pelicans and turtle rehab which ties in nicely with children’s recent work – and rehearsals – about marine conservation

A number of the world’s greatest museums and galleries offer virtual tours.

 

Joe Wicks - The Body Coach

 Live workout daily at 9am - warning it's harder than you'd think!

 

Cosmic Kids

 Children's yoga based around stories, great for exercise and mindfulness

 

Go Noodle

Lots of movement songs/games that are free when watching via YouTube

 

 

 

Our theme this term is: Vikings (Raiders and Traders)

Theme Overview - 2 Year Learning Cycle

OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION

If you have any questions about what we do in year 3F, or you would like to meet Mrs Fellowes regarding your child, please pop into school to arrange a time to see her.
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