We are learning about fractions… equal parts of a whole. Here are some fun links to help you:
Here are a wide range of links for different areas for you to explore and have fun while you learn!
Get clued up – Learn about the World
Games to train your brain!
Get out and about and explore nature
Don’t forget, you can do many other things such as…:
* Keep your own diary 📔
* Find a pebble and decorate it
* Make a kite
* Create your own bowling game using a rolled up sock as a ball
and so much more!
Use your imagination, be safe and have fun! 🌞 😎
We have been learning how shadows are created when light is blocked.
Shadows form on the opposite side to a light source because light travels in straight lines.
As it has been a clear, sunny day, we have been tracing the shadow of one person in the same place at four different points throughout the day. Here are some photos and also a table.
What has happened to the length of the shadow throughout the day?
Try to explain why the shadow changed using the information at the start of this Blog post.
A table to show the length of the shadow through the day:
Want to have fun reading in the holidays? Take part in the Summer Reading Challenge 2021 which is completely free to take part in. This year’s theme is ‘Wild World Heroes’… Click on the following link:
We have been learning about angles (not angels!) and how these are where two straight lines meet at a point. You can have a go at exploring them using the following sites.
Well done to all of the children who took part in Year 3s Sports afternoon on Thursday 8th July. We had a great time and were so lucky it didn’t rain! Congratulations to Yellow Team who were the winners on 543! Spectacular!
Here are some photos from the day.
In Year 2, you should have learned how to tell the time to quarter of an hour at least, as this photo shows:
Check you can do this at least, then revise telling it to 5 minutes, e.g. 6:20 or 1:55.
This half term, we will be reading it to the nearest minute, e.g. 4:21 or 12:03.
Today, we also discussed a.m (ante meridian ~ before midday or before noon) and p.m. (post meridian ~ after midday or after noon). Is 12:00 midnight a.m. or p.m…?
Explore time with the interactive clocks by clicking on the links:
Can you answer questions like 8 x 4 is… or what’s 40 divided by 8 in less than 5 seconds?
Practice your number facts such as your 3, 4 and 8 times tables (when you are completely confident with your 2, 5 and 10 times tables) on ‘Hit the Button’ by clicking on the link below:
You could also go to the Learning @ Home section through the ‘Parents’ tab on our school website and go on Times Tables Rockstars.
At the moment, we’re looking at money. Click on the links to play some interactive games.