Good Morning, Year 3! I will be setting no work today as it is the last day of term! As I said at the beginning of the week, it has been a pleasure teaching you and I am just sad it was only for a short time. I wish you all the best […]
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Good Morning, Year 3! As well as learning new information and skills, you all worked really hard on individual targets. Some of you wanted to improve your handwriting or spelling, some of you found maths tricky and wanted to boost your confidence. Today’s task is to think about self improvement for next year and […]
Good Morning, Year 3! When you go to year 4, you will be taught by Miss Daglish 🙂 I want you to think about 3 questions to ask her when you start in September to get to know her as a person. For example: What is you favourite animal? How do you spend your […]
Good Morning, Year 3! As most of you have not been able to come back to school, I want to spend today’s task thinking about the other people in our class and remembering the friends that we have. Choose one person in the class who you think is kind, caring and makes you laugh… these […]
Good Morning, Year 3! This week we are going to think about transitioning into year 4 and reflecting on this strange year we have had. I want to start with a little video of myself to say goodbye: Your task today: Write down three things you have really enjoyed about year 3. […]
Good Morning, Year 3! English Here is a paragraph with some information about gargoyles, taken from an information pack. Gargoyles can be tricky creatures. They play tricks on their owners, make lots of mess and enjoy causing havoc wherever they go. If you have more than one gargoyle then they will often work together […]
Good Morning, Year 3! English The story finishes on a cliff-hanger where we are left wondering what will happen next. Write your version of an ending. Use the success Criteria to help you. Success Criteria: -What do the gargoyles do next? -How is the problem solved? -Does Wendy keep the gargoyles or not? […]
Good Morning, Year 3! English The instructions for how to grow a gargoyle are quick short and simple. Uplevel these by adding interesting adjectives (describing words) or adverbs (words which end in -ly and describe a verb). Here are the original instructions to help you: Put each gargoyle in a large bowl of water. […]
Good Morning, Year 3! English Using the text from last lesson, answer these comprehension questions. What was the name of the comic Wendy was reading? How many steps in the instructions were there to grow your own gargoyles? What can’t gargoyles do? Find and copy one word which means the same as “bad-tempered”? Name […]
Grow Your Own Gargoyle by Valerie Hardin Illustrations by Carol Moore Wendy clutched her Slime Sisters comic book. She saved her allowance to buy all kinds of things that were in the back of the comic. She had bought talking fish, dancing dolls, living pet rock, giant super heroes, and all kinds of other stuff. However, some […]
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