In Maths we have been exploring different types of measurements and mixed measurements. The children had fun using different methods to measure length, width and height.
We made some ”berry” delicious fruit salads a few weeks back, using our knife skills we learn last half term. We mixed in lots of tasty fruits and had a tasty and healthy treat to take home.
“Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit, wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.”
Last Friday, we ended the week with a firm favourite: Pizza!
Except this time, we used all of our knowledge of nutrition, grating and chopping from this term to create our own using pitta bread as a base, before piling high the toppings.
Well done to everyone – the pizzas looked delicious!
We have had such a fun World Book Day, lots of fun activities and dressing up as our favourite book characters. There were a few princesses, lots of superheroes, Rodrick, Tintin, Matilda, Fantastic Mr Fox, a fairy, The Grinch, a cat in a hat and Wally if you can find him!
” The more you read, the more things you will know, the more you learn, the more places you will go.” ~Dr. Suess
From June – July, our project theme will be Ancient Greece!
We’ll be exploring the history of this incredible civilisation including the first Olympic games; Greek mythology, lifestyle and culture.
For our first day back (Monday 7th June) we’d like to invite children to dress up in Ancient Greek clothing as we kick off this brand new theme.
We’ve included some easy, child-friendly ideas below! But we’d love to see your own creations.
Onyx class enjoyed a Shakespeare play via Zoom.
In art this week, Onyx class had a great time creating nature sculptures.
Good morning Year 3
Please follow the link for our final Maths lesson this term.
Remember to give examples to support your answer.
In Art today, we are going to be learning about different types of lines ?
What are lines ? How do artist use line ? How many types of lines do you know ?
Line is a mark made using a drawing tool or brush. There are many types of lines: thick, thin, horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, curly, curved, spiral, etc. and are often very expressive. Lines are basic tools for artists—though some artists show their lines more than others. Some lines in paintings are invisible—you don’t actually see the dark mark of the line. But they are there, shown in the way the artist arranges the objects in the painting.
Here is video showing you the different types of lines and a fun line activity you can do at home. You will be experimenting with different type of line.
Good morning Year 3
Follow the link below for your Maths work for today.