Word of the Week
Every week the children of Year 3 will be learning about and discussing a given word.
This week's word was vacant.
The children will be reviewing:
Things to discuss at home:
Maths: This week we have been exploring the formal written method. We have used based equipment to set out variation addition equations and worked with sums that don't require regrouping as well as those that do. You could ask your child to explain why it is important to begin with the ones column.
English: This week we have continued to explore "The Lighthouse" animation and added our own narrative. Children have also taken on the perspective of the lighthouse keeper and written messages in a bottle.
Home Learning Celebrations
We have already enjoyed sharing our home learning this week and found out some fascinating facts about Light, some beautiful and original works of art have been brought in for display as well as a number of informative presentations about other artists! Well done to the children who shared what they have found out and created so far.
Remember, Year 3's Home-Learning Grid for this half term is available on the website at:
Year Group Pages - Year 3 - Home-Learning
Our Knowledge Organiser is also available to see at:
Year Group Pages - Year 3 - Knowledge Organiser
Here are some wonderful examples of the children's work on varied sentences as well as their narrative for The Lighthouse.
Our messages in a bottle! Children worked hard to make their writing look as though it had been "weathered in storms" for publishing.
Here are some examples of how children used base ten to explore the formal method with regrouping and no regrouping. Children explained their understanding as well as use various drawings to prove their ideas.
This week in our Jigsaw lesson we explored the meaning of family through our concept of diversity and adversity. Children demonstrated a wonderful understanding that the foundation of family being people that love and care for one another. We all drew pictures of our own families and discussed what they mean to us and how we're all the same and different.