Lion (Year 3)
Welcome to Lion Class!
Welcome to the Spring Term!
Hi we warmly welcome you to our class page. This page is here to give you some information about life in Year 3!
Lion class is taught by Mrs Sandmann and we are supported by Mrs Hull. On a Monday Mrs Corner teaches the children topic and RE and then takes the children swimming in the afternoon.
Home learning is sent out on a Wednesday and is expected back in the following Tuesday. If you are struggling with any part of the homework please pop a note on Dojos or in the homework book and I will discuss it with you.
Useful websites for you
Some links to support you with home learning and just to have some fun!
www.twinkl.co.uk (lots of printable ideas and activities free at the moment)
www.whiterosemaths.com (great maths resources and learning clips for daily maths activities)
https://nrich.maths.org (great maths challenges)
www.topmarks.co.uk (spelling games)
The enjoyment of reading is one of the biggest gifts you can have! I aim to share my passion and love of reading with you all. We have many new and exciting texts that we will share as the year progresses. We have a class text that we read for pleasure. We are logging the number of books we can read this year! I wonder what our total number will be?
Our class text is still ……..
Our author of the term is still David Walliams and we have a selection of his stories to read and borrow.
Our text this term is 'Arthur and the golden rope' by Todd Stanton. It is a fantastic mythical story of young Arthur Brownstone who is such an unlikely hero. Follow his adventure and see where he goes.
We will be learning about fractions. Can you find different fractions of amounts and shapes? Find 1/2, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 1/3, 2/3, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 1/6, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6, 5/6 and tenths of different amounts?
We have swimming on a Monday and PE on a Friday afternoon. Long hair must be tied back and earrings taken out please.
Mrs Corner is teaching the children all about earthquakes and volcanoes.
This term our topic is 'forces and magnets'. How do objects move? Are they push movements or pull movements? What is gravity? What is a magnet? What do the words attract and repel mean? What objects are magnetic at home? What do they have in common?
If you are at home and you would like your homework, click on the link below.
This is homework for the week beginning 16th March.