Remember some time ago, The Children's Bookshow invited authors and illustrators to write a short letter to share with children during lockdown? Well, take a look at more of these inspiring letters from authors and illustrators: Neal Layton (yes, Class 3 worked with Neal back in September 2019 and they were all given a lovely book called The Tree!), Quentin Blake and Axel Scheffler. If you feel super inspired and interested in writing a short letter about what you've been doing and feeling during lockdown, why not click here to find out more information on how to enter The Children's Bookshow's competition: To find the best children's letter from Lockdown. Remember to ask for permission first before entering!
Thank you year 3s for continuously putting in so much effort into your learning. And, also a HUGE thank you to mummies, daddies and carers for supporting the children with their learning. Take a glimpse of some of the amazing work from Yusuf K, Rayan R, Sahra, Ridwan, Zakariya, Surah and Maryam K. Remember, if you would like to send work in, email us at: email@example.com (remember to write your name!).
1) Warm-up: Download the sheet and have a go at answering these questions on place value.
Can you find all the hidden objects in this picture? The first one has been done for you.
Joke: Where do cows go for entertainment?
Answer: The moo-vies.
Thank you Rayan R for sharing this funny joke! If you have a joke to share, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (remember to include your name!)
1) Warm-up: Download the sheet. First, read the words aloud to listen to the first sound you can hear when you say each word. Then, sort the words into the correct boxes. The first one has been done for you.
Welcome back! Hope you had a delicious lunch!
It’s been another long week. Let’s take a moment to reflect on what a week we’ve had. What went well for you this week? What didn’t go so well? What might you need to improve on next week? Click on the pufferfish and practise breathing calmly – follow the pufferfish to breathe in and out. Remember, breathing calmly is really useful to help us feel calm and relaxed.
Well done for injecting so much effort into your learning. We are so proud of you all! Give the person next to you an ‘air high five’!
Today’s story, Where the Wild Things Are, is written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. You may know it or have already read it. It is a classic story for children and was first published in 1963! Can you work out how many years old the story is?
Have a wonderful weekend! Stay happy and safe. See you next week for another week of learning! Adiós year 3!