Historical houses using texture techniques in clay.
Congratulations on reaching 1000 Dojo points! here we are celebrating:
Rock collections: we closely observed 15 different types of rock and re-created them in clay and paint. We write descriptions of each one to make a booklet to go in our collection boxes.
Testing magnets: we wanted to know which was strongest, so we found out how many paper clips they held, how many pieces of paper they held to the wall and how far away from a paperclip it had to be to make it move.
A Medieval Morning: finding out about food and armour.
Adventures in Architecture and Archaeology: we started our topic with a dig for artefacts.
In English we have been reading On Sudden Hill. It is all about two best friends who meet a new person. They welcome him, but sometimes it's tricky to be a group of three...
Our writing journey.
Here are some of our box designs.
A giant box construction appeared in our classroom! We were very excited and it helped us think of ideas for our own stories. (And it was a comfy place to sit and do some maths!)
In Science we have been learning about the human body. So far we have found out about our brains and skeletons.
Inside my head. Artwork as part of our 'Me in Year 3' theme.
In maths we have been using equipment and drawings to solve adding, subtracting and place value problems... up to 1000!
Due to the government announcement school will be closed to everyone on Tuesday 5th January and will re-open to key worker and vulnerable children from Wednesday 6th January. Further information and guidance will follow shortly.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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