Monthly Archives: September 2015

This week in Year 3 (25.09.15)

This week we have really enjoyed our first French lesson! We learned how to say hello, goodbye and some French classroom words like ‘listen’ ‘look’ and fold your arms’. What did you enjoy the most about the lesson?

In Numeracy we have continued working on Number bonds. We have been trying to use these to make 100 and to help us with our additions. Can you think of any pairs of numbers that make 100?

In Literacy we have worked on adjectives. Can you think of some super adjectives to describe this week in Year 3?

Happy blogging Year 3 – let’s see more of you on here this week… 🙂

This week in Year 3 (18.09.15)

This week we have been very busy and learning lots of new things.
In Numeracy we have been working on our number bonds. Some of us practised our bonds for 10, others practised bonds for 20 and some of us managed to move on to finding quads that made 20!
In Literacy we have been looking at improving instructions by using more details and temporal connectives.
Can you think of some really good temporal connectives – why not post them for us all to see…
Have you been given any instructions from people at home this week? What are they?
We are looking forward to another great week next week and we all promise to try our best!
Come on Year 3, let’s have more blogs this week… 🙂

Our first full week in Year 3…

Wow what a first week back in Year 3!
I have been very impressed with how well so many of you have settled into Year 3 (and Key Stage 2) and the enthusiasm that you have shown in your work this week.
Our topic launches went very well on Tuesday (thank you to the parents that were able to join us) and we now have some super questions to direct the learning in our topic work. Remember, our topics this term are Healthy eating and teeth and then Ancient Egypt after half term.
What have you enjoyed this week?
Can you think of anything you would really like to find out about our topic areas?
I am looking forward to seeing how many of you will join me on the blog – please don’t leave me lonely!