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Edwalton

Primary School

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Year 3

Another fabulous week of home learning for Year 3. Rights and Responsibilities, Prayer, Money, Apostrophes, Spanish animal vocab, Setting descriptions and Stone Age homes are just some of the things we have been working on. Great job, everyone!

What a fantastic start to home learning in Year 3! Emails from The Stone Age Boy, timelines of prehistory, plenty of maths, a KWL grid in science and even a Spanish colour and number hunt. Mrs Davis and Mrs Lee are beaming with pride.

Year 3 have really enjoyed their 'Who will care for the Polar Bear?' topic this half term. We had a fabulous afternoon in the woods to round things off. The children used the natural resources in the woods to create something that reminded them of our topic. There were so many fabulous ideas representing themes such as polar bears, the Arctic, igloos, hunting and global warming.

A Winter woodland walk

We worked together in teams to act out the story of the true meaning of Christmas – we definitely have some budding actors!

We had fun on Christmas jumper day!

We had fun on our Santa dash – even though it was raining!

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

This week in Year 3 we have completed our 'Who will care for the polar bear?' topic with a fantastic end of unit piece of writing. We researched and made some wonderful posters. We also saved images into documents using the school laptops. We also had a fabulous afternoon in the woods using the natural resources in the woods to create something that reminded us of our topic. There were so many fabulous ideas to represent things such as polar bears, arctic scenes, igloos and global warming.

 

In science, we have been learning about the names of the bones in the human body. Although our skeletons looked a little crazy at first, we got there in the end!

Y3 are kicking bullying out on ‘Odd socks day’!

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