Hello Year 3!
Just a final message to say a big good bye!
You have been an absolutely fantastic class to teach and I have and will miss you tremendously. I really look forward to being able to see you again in September. Have a wonderful summer.
If any of you are looking to keep up your learning over the summer then please keep going with Times Table Rockstars and reading as often as possible and for those of you wishing to do more I have added a couple of things below.
Miss Nicholls : ) xxx
Just a quick note to say I hope you are all well, I hope you all have a lovely summer holidays and I cannot wait until next year to get back to teaching you. I have really missed our lessons and am looking forward to September a lot. Look after yourselves, your friends and families over the summer and I will see you in September.
Hello Good bye year 3,
I am sad we have not been singing and playing the recorder together over the last few weeks, but I hope you have a lovely summer break. Keep singing and listening to music and I look forward to working with you in September.
Our last full week is upon us!
I have put the end of year White Rose tests on that the children would have done if they were in school. This will hopefully show how you which aspects your child is confident with and where they may have gaps in their knowledge, to work on in future. I have also put uploaded 'mystery maths' activities for the children to enjoy.
Additionally, I have attached two activity sheets with multiple fun, summer activities on. I have done a couple with the children that are in which they have really enjoyed, particularly the rainbow scavenger hunt.
Have a nice week!
So,this is our last French lesson this school year.
I found an amazing virtual classroom powerpoint which I’d like to share with you this week. If you run the powerpoint and click on the various objects you can listen to some French songs and watch interesting videos. Have fun exploring.
I hope you’ve enjoyed both the face-to-face lessons and the activities I’ve posted on here for you. Have a fabulous summer, take lots of care and I look forward to teaching you again in class, in September.
Au revoir et bonnes vacances!
Hello Year 3,
I hope you were all happy to find out that Mr Heasman will be teaching you again next year. I know he is excited to move to KS2 and to have the joy of teaching you all again.
I am very sad not to be teaching you anymore and disappointed that our year together was cut short. You have been a wonderful class to teach, full of enthusiasm, kindness and a love for learning. I look forward to seeing you all back at school as of September.
Spelling - please continue with any spellings you found difficult from last week. I have attached a home booklet to help with the Year 3/4 words.
I’ve uploaded the answers to the peppa pig worksheet from last week for you to check against.
This week I’ve found an interactive challenge for you to try. You will need to refer to the instructions and vocabulary support sheet to help you. Click on the following link:
Let me know if you enjoyed it.
Until next week before we break for the summer.
I hope you are well. It has been lovely hearing from so many of you this week about all the nice things you have been doing to keep yourselves busy - lots of beach trips! I had a glorious swim in the sea after work myself on Friday. It was first time I have braved it this year but it was warmer than I expected.
At this point in the year we have covered all the spellings we are required to and had we been in school I would have gone through previous spellings to see which ones need to be revisited. Therefore I have attached two spellings sheets, the first are all the spellings the children should have learnt from KS1. Please start with these and check that your child can correctly spell these words. If they struggle with any of these words please make these your focus this week and the following weeks. If they are successful with all of those words, please go through the second sheet. The second sheet is for year 3 and 4, therefore your child is not expected to know all these words yet. Again, please go through these and pick 5 to work on each week until the end of term from the words your child finds difficult.
I hope you all have a lovely week.
Bonjour la classe!
This week I’d like you to watch a Peppa pig goes to the supermarket video and answer some questions to see how much you’ve understood. I’ll provide the answers next week for you to check.
À la semaine prochaîne!
Bonjour la classe!
Let’s learn some fruit vocabulary this week and bring some of the words into a song that you’ll enjoy singing along to and learning. Use the powerpoint to learn the vocabulary and the worksheets to practise.
À la semaine prochaîne!
I hope you are well and looking forward to the hot weather coming up this week.
It has been great to hear from parents that more of you are trying the challenges in mathematics as time goes on, so well done if you are one of those children. We are moving on to 2D and 3D shape this week so I hope you enjoy that.
Have a good week,
Hello again Year 3,
As always, I hope you are all well and I am enjoying receiving some of your fantastic work! I know it has become such a long time now since you were last at school so well done on keeping up with it.
Another teacher is assisting with some of the planning for your home learning tasks, as I am currently teaching and planning for the four year groups of key worker children that are in school. However, please do still send your work in because I always enjoy seeing it and continue to use the class email for any questions.
I hope you have enjoyed the lovely weather we have had this week end, lets hope it continues!
Miss Nicholls : )
A fun project for you this week which combines dictionary work and, my favourite, physical phonics. Usually we would use the bilingual dictionaries in school but you will have to either use one that you have at home or consult the internet if needed.
If you would like your flap book to be displayed on the class page, send a photo of it to me via my work email: email@example.com and I’ll select some randomly.
Hello Year 3,
I hope that you are all well and still managing to keep yourselves busy and entertained despite the change in weather. I know my lawn certainly looks better for a bit of rain.
I have set a new text for you this week, Treasure Island, I hope you enjoy it. We are also moving on to 'capacity' in maths. Some of the activities require the use of home resources, such as scales. However, don't worry if you do not have these things at home, just stick to the activity sheets.
Missing you as always and enjoying seeing pictures of what you are up to or your work.
All the best,
Miss Nicholls : )
How about a virtual tour of Paris? Use the link to transport yourself there and discover facts about some of the top tourist sights.
After this enjoy the following animated film. How many of the sights that you learnt about, can you spot?
à la semaine prochaîne!
Hello Year 3!
I hope you are all still well and keeping both happy and healthy. We are so lucky to be having such good weather which enables us to get outside and enjoy our surroundings. Perhaps some of you may have taken trips to the beach now or seen friends at a distance.
The time is truly flying and I can see from photos I have been sent how much some of you have grown in this time. I still look forward to seeing you again and think often about how you are all getting on.
Please find attached the weeks work.
Missing you all,
This term I’d like to introduce you to a great French course for young learners: High Five French. You can click on the link and watch the videos and practice the vocabulary. If you would like to access more content, you can sign up for a free 3 month access over this period.
For this week I’d like you to do a revision lesson ( Lesson 11 – Les anniversaires)
(For those of you who would also like to learn some Spanish, they have a series of Spanish lessons too).
Daisy Chain Challenge!!
Today at school I made a daisy chain that was nearly 2 metres, can you make one longer than that?
mercredi 20 mai 2020
As it is half term next week I am setting you a challenge put together by the British Council, which you can spend 2 weeks on. If you have a brother or sister in year 4,5 or 6, you must try and get different answers where possible. I miss our French lessons and hope to see you soon. Bonne chance! (Good luck). Madame Pandit:)
Thursday - I have split the maths PowerPoint into two because the file was too large as one. I have also changed the word documents to pdf so hopefully it will be clearer for people accessing the work on tablets. Finally, if your child is struggling with the time worksheets I have set, you may wish to pick the Year 2 recap to focus on first.
Friday 24th April
Maths: After studying charts for the week, carry out your own survey to complete a table of your own, choosing between doing a pictogram or bar chart. For example, whilst on a walk you could do a survey of the colour cars.
Extension - Sheet attached below
Finish off your letter to Mother Mole. Read through your letter, make sure it makes sense and correct any spellings and punctuation. Highlight one sentence that you think could be improved. For instance, you may wish to had an adjective, an adverb, a comma or a fronted adverbial.
Extension - Activities on power point below.
ICT - Tuesday 21st April
Please log into your purple mash and click on 'To Do' to see your ICT tasks this week.
Hello Year 3!
I hope you all had a lovely Easter with your families, whatever you may have got up to. Again, it has been lovely seeing some of your faces around the village as I leave school and I look forward to hearing from you and seeing what you've been up to on our new class email!
On Wednesday we made a fire in the nature area and Erin and I roasted marshmallows and on Friday we made chocolate chip banana cake which was delicious. However, we agreed school is not half as fun we out all of you there.
As you may have seen we will be setting work daily on the site and I have set a new book for you to read or listen to, The Wind In The Willows. It's a fantastic story so I hope you all enjoy!
Stay safe and keep smiling! :)
There are worksheets and a game for this weeks maths attached below, all focused on money. A fun way to practise money is to make a shop, for example, encourage the children to put price tags on their toys and draw out coins and notes to pay with or perhaps they can 'pay' for their lunch and dinners by using the correct amount of coins or by working out the change they need in return.
JUST A REMINDER, PLEASE DO NOT DO THE 'HOT' SHEETS IF YOUR CHILD FINDS THEM DIFFICULT. These are challenge questions, taken from older year groups and I do not want you or your child to worry if these are too hard.
Unit 26: Days & Months - Interactive tasks / Worksheet 2 if you have a printer
Unit 27: Saying the date - Interactive tasks / Worksheet 2 if you have a printer