LARCH - year 3
Welcome to the class page for Year 3 Larch.
This class page will be updated throughout the school year with pictures, news, curriculum information and external links to useful documents and activities.
We hope it gives you an insight into life in our class!
Created: 19 Apr 18 09:53 | Last modified: 19 Apr 18 10:00
This half term we have tried incredibly hard to complete some creative homework all linked to our class topic on the Stone Age. We now have enough tools to help build a small settlement! Several children have even recreated Stonehenge! We have received bows, arrows and spears ready to fight off any challengers! Not only this, but many children have brought in different examples of Stone Age jewellery, including bracelets and necklaces. Lots of children have also completed research on our topic, from Stone Age food to Woolly Mammoths! An excellent effort Larch class!
Created: 9 Oct 17 16:54 | Last modified: 9 Oct 17 16:56
In Larch class, we have been busy creating our own Stone Age cave paintings. Using inspiration from the Lascaux caves in France, where children discovered cave age paintings from thousands of years ago, we used crayons, chalk and charcoal to create our own 3D cave paintings. We were very impressed with the results!
Created: 9 Oct 17 16:48 | Last modified: 9 Oct 17 16:53
This week we started to learn all about Stonehenge. We used books to research what it is and how it was built and then we had a go at creating our own example! It was quite tricky, but not as hard as pulling the original bluestones from the Welsh mountains all the way to Wiltshire!
Created: 9 Oct 17 16:43 | Last modified: 9 Oct 17 16:47
In addition to the weekly spelling and times tables practise teachers will be sending home this year, we have introduced a more creative and fun approach to home learning. Based on the topics your child will be exploring in class, we have included activities from across the curriculum subjects.
During the half term, we expect each child to earn a minimum of 60 points from their homework options. Obviously, if they’d like to complete more, we’d love to see this too! Those pupils who complete individual tasks will be invited to share their creations and research to the class on a Friday afternoon.
Spring Term - The Romans
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Below you will find links to useful documents, resources, online games and activities.
Letter-join Letter-join is an on-line resource for teaching cursive handwriting at school and at home. It uses interactive animations to demonstrate joined-up letter formation and hundreds of worksheets for real handwriting practice.