Summer - Week 5
YEAR 3 - SUMMER TERM HOME LEARNING - WEEK 5
Huge thanks for all the lovely Home Learning that was sent in last week. We had: delicious diary entries from Wilbur in writing; marvelous maths with units of measure; stunning seed dispersal fact pages in science; powerful posters to protect the newts in PSHE; amazing artefact investigations in history; as well as, captivating Copthorne Village research in geography! Well done everybody! As much work as possible is up and on show in all of last week's Home Learning galleries.
The Year 3 Summer Week 5 tasks and activities for Home Learning are now available to look at and start by clicking on the BEETLE below.
Please send your Home Learning work and photos directly to the Year 3 CLASS email addresses:
This will allow work to be found, checked and replied to far easier. Please continue to use the firstname.lastname@example.org address for all other enquiries. Many thanks.
As always, we have tried to support the Home Learning in Year 3 with detailed task advice, examples of work and as many help resources and links as we can. We have also drawn up a suggested timetable to give some structure to the ‘school week’, but everything can be changed, moved round and cut back (or extended) depending on your home circumstances.
Like in previous weeks, we just wanted to reassure you that there is no expectation of how much you should do or when/how tasks should be carried out – these are very complicated and difficult times for everyone, so just do the best you can.
Please feel free to email us if you need any advice, help or support, as well as to send in any completed work or more fantastic photographs for us to post on the website!
Mr T and Miss Manley
PS - if you fancy exploring the world, https://explore.org/livecams is a free website that has a variety of webcams streaming from across the globe! Miss Manley has particularly enjoyed watching the African animals- how many different animals can you see at the watering hole?