This week in Year 3 we have been creating a Tudor poem. We had great fun thinking of lots of disgusting, horrible things to put into the cauldron, including dripping, bleeding brains, poisoned lipsticks and infected earrings!!!
We have put the six wives of Henry viii in order and thought about the different things that he did to them – he wasn’t a very nice man!
Our Christmas party was excellent. We all had lots of fun and even more to eat!!!
We cannot believe that it is the last week of term but we have had lots of fun and learnt lots of new things.
What have you learnt and enjoyed? Keep blogging!!!
As requested Year 3, here is a link to the game that we enjoyed playing today while we were learning about comparing and ordering numbers…
Why don’t you have a go yourself and let me know how you got on.
You could also put a comparing or ordering question or problem of your own on too so that other people can try to solve it….
This week we have been writing our own Tudor play scripts. We worked in small groups using puppets to decide on a plot that included some Tudor characters like Henry VIII, Thomas Seymour, Catherine Parr, Elizabeth, Mary and Edward. We had great fun acting out the plays and recording them on the IPads.
We have compared rich and poor Tudors and the conditions that they lived in.
We have also created our Christmas cards and calendars. We cannot wait to take them home!
What have you learnt and enjoyed this week Year 3…
In Year 3 this week we have used our Tudor research and facts to create a Tudor timeline.
In Numeracy we have been looking at digital time and started to round to tens, hundreds and thousands.
In Literacy we have had great fun reading, acting out and writing play scripts.
What have you enjoyed the most?
In science we have nearly finished studying magnets. Soon we will be finding out about springs.
There is a spring in my ball point pen which makes it pop up and down. Can you find any other examples of ways we use springs in everyday life?