Below is a copy of the Key Skills work for over half term:
Friday 20th October 2017
Please remember that reading and spelling practice must happen every week and that ‘little and often’ will help these facts go into your long term memory. Key skills must be handed in every Wednesday. Dojos will be awarded every week for completed key skills.
- Read every day and record in your reading diaries.
- Practice your 2, 5, 10 and 3 times tables over the half term and record them in your Key Skills books.
- Over the holidays, you need to revisit and practice all of the spellings we have learnt in your Key Skills books. Please refer to the handout from TLC’s for a variety of learning styles.
- On your classes blogs (http://simondesenlisblogs.org/) leave a comment on your favourite fact you learnt from our Invaders and Settlers topic we have been learning about.
Just wanted to say a big well done to all of year 3 for making it through the first half term. I can see how hard you have been working and I know how intense it can be beginning a new year, in a new class, with a new teacher. So well done for making it through.
Enjoy your break, you have most certainly earned it.
A big thank you to all of the adults who came in for the Stay and Read Thursday morning.
Was fantastic to see all of the children engaging in their reading and trying out some different books in the process.
This afternoon in Art the children completed pencil dictionaries where they follow a set of vague instructions and then compare their Art to see all of the different drawings they have made.
Check them out below!
Well done Year 3!
What a fantastic performance for your Harvest Assembly.
There were so many smiling faces, loud voices, fantastic singing and oozing confidence!
I am so proud of all of the hard work you all put in to rehearsing and performing and I am sure all of the adults that came to watch are just as proud.
Enjoy your weekend, you have certainly earned it and I look forward to seeing you on Monday morning.
This is the link to our Knowledge Organiser quiz as part of our Key Skills. Practice as many times as possible and record your scores in your Key Skills books.
This week in maths we looked at ordering a set of numbers and how we could quickly recognise where numbers should go.
It was fantastic to see all of the children working really well as a group to sort the numbers out quickly, so well done Blyton Class!
In Maths we have been looking 4-digit numbers and different ways to partition them.
Children, could you show an adult different ways to partition your numbers?
After some technical issues it appears we are finally up and running with the new class blog!
On here I shall be sharing some of the fantastic things the children do within the classroom, along with some great activities that the children take part in.
Here is to a brilliant year!