How are shadows made?
Try this game
It’s Dom here. Thanks for letting me come into class and work with you today. I really enjoyed it. If you enjoyed something today, why don’t you leave a comment below about it.
If you want to see the list of topics that we made together, you can find it here:
Feel free to add any more post-it notes with helpful links, pictures, videos or information.
And if you fancy having a go at the ‘name the countries’ quiz you can find the link to it here.
It would be really nice for you to leave a comment on the Aldermoor Farm Primary School Year 3 blog to say thanks.
We’ll play and learn some more next week.
What do you think our new Autumn 2 topic could be? We are very excited about it and can not wait to tell you all about it.
Follow the link below to watch the video, as it might give you a few clues about our new topic! Please post all of your ideas underneath.
See you all very soon, Miss Smith and Miss Kirkham.
In Numeracy this week we have been practising our halving and doubling. Choose a challenge below and have a go at halving and doubling the numbers.
Challenge 1: 10, 2, 16, 4, 14, 8
Challenge 2: 22, 18, 24, 26, 28, 20
Challenge 3: 30, 28, 40, 64, 50, 60, 84, 100
Challenge 4: 300, 450, 1000, 440, 280, 880, 2000
Would you like an insight into this week’s Writer’s Workshop? If so then carry on reading to find out more!
This week you will become film critics as you write your very own film review for your favourite film; so make sure you bring your glasses, flip chart and critical eyes along with you this Friday! Begin to think about which film you would like to review. Which is your favourite film? Why? Leave your comments and let us know!
Also try watching this film trailer:
What do you like/dislike about the film? Can you begin to write a mini review about it to let us know your opinions? The winning review will take centre stage on the WOW wall for all to see!
This half term we began our thrilling new topic ‘Before Man’ where you decided that you would like to find out all about … dinosaurs! You have discovered some marvellous facts including the different species of dinosaurs, what they ate and where they lived.
Try looking at these websites to find out further information:
What weird and wonderful facts can you find? Post them in the blog for all to read! The strangest fact will win 1 tick for their hard work!
Good luck on your fact finding mission!
Miss Kirkham and Miss Smith.