In Class 3 we are currently working with money in Maths and we are writing letters on environmental issues either locally or globally.
Take a look below to read and look at the utterly incredible work that Class 3 have produced.
We are so proud of our students and parents - you guys are smashing it!
Here are some images of the work we have done lately...scroll on down for images and documents including our letter writing.
Dear parents, I have gathered some revision resources to help support your children over the coming weeks. Please access them as you wish, you do not need to have a printer to use them as you can put the questions on the screen and answer them on some paper.
Punctuation and Grammar
|Commas for Extra Detail.doc||Download|
|I can use causal connectives.doc||Download|
Want to read our letters in full? Scroll down to the document below this slideshow to read all of our excellent work!
One of our excellent examples of instruction writing based upon how to wash a woolly mammoth, so if you ever need to know how to was one...look no further!
We are off to a flying start in Class 3 this term!
The children are learning about story writing and all the fantastic skills that go into this. They have been blowing our socks off with their amazing learning! We will shortly be publishing some work on the website for you to read and see what wonderful writers we have become!
We will also be sending copies of their completed stories home to you! This way you can also have your socks knocked off - we can't wait!
In maths we have been finishing our maths unit of addition and subtraction and this week we moved onto multiplication and division.
Take a look at some of the work we did today with arrays and equal groups!
Mrs Lee and Mrs Butler have been busy listening to readers and have been utterly delighted with the amount of reading reward participants they have! If you don't already know, Mrs Lee and Mrs Butler give out 5 dojo points and a sweet at the end of the week to those who have read 5 times in a week at home. Parents, all you need to do is sign their contact books or drop me a dojo to let us know that your child has been busy reading!