Y3KC - Arctic Wolves 2019 - 2020
Welcome to the Arctic Wolves class!
Welcome from Miss Child, Mrs Nelson and Mrs Parker to the Arctic Wolves web page.
- PE is every Thursday, PE kits must be kept in school and taken home every half term.
* Black pumps (no trainers).
* Black shorts( girls are allowed to wear black leggings).
* Plain red T-shirt/ Red T-shirt with the school logo
* Plain black joggers are allowed when P.E. takes place outside. (With no logos etc)
- Children must read at home every night, please sign the reading record once read.
- Reading books are changed every Friday.
- Homework will be given every Thursday and must be returned by the following Tuesday.
We will be posting all about the amazing learning we are doing in our class throughout the year. We will also post some photographs of the children during our lessons so that you can see for yourself what they are learning and how much they are enjoying themselves.
We hope you find this interesting and useful and that you can talk to your children about their learning when they come home.
This morning in maths we have been using cubes to help us work out the perimeter of simple shapes.
This term so far we have been learning all about place value, this is understanding the value of each digit in a given number. Splitting the numbers into it's ones, tens and hundreds. We have also compared numbers and ordered numbers in size from greatest to smallest.
This term we have been looking at biographies written about famous people such as Marie Curie, Mary Berry, Roald Dahl. We focused on the life of Marie Curie as well as identifying the main features of a biography. We worked in groups and discussed the main features. Following this we put together questions and after lots of research we created a biography.
In Geography we have been looking at the area in which we live. We found out that we live in Brierfield, which is part of Pendle, Lancashire, England, the UK, Europe and the world. We have also been using a program called Digi Maps to create a route map from Reedley Primary School to home.
This term we are focusing on shape poems. A shape poem is a poem that is shaped like the objects it describes. The shape adds to the meaning of the poem. To write a shape poem we have started by writing down all the words that come to mind about the chosen topic. These words can then be used in the poem. Below are some example of the poems we have been looking at...
This week we have started looking at 3D shapes. During the lesson, some of the children created nets and the rest of the class were recongising and describing 3D shapes.
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