Week beginning 13th July
Good morning Class 3! How are you all? We are really excited about our celebration picnics and hope to see you all there! Year 3, your picnic is on July 20th at 11.15am and Year 4, your picnic is on the same day at 12.30pm. Remember to bring a blanket and be prepared for some fun!
Your challenge this week is to learn and recite a poem. It could be your own poem that you have written or a poem that you enjoy and are able to learn. If it is rather long you could learn one or two verses to recite. Here is Michael Rosen with his poem, 'Chocolate Cake.'
White Rose Maths 13th July
This week's maths sheets will be emailed to you. Please look at our Maths page for other helpful websites and ideas.
The sporting challenges are now in the 'Sports Challenges' section (just scroll down). We hope you are still enjoying these!
We have also added some Science websites with some fantastic ideas that you might like to try. Let us know what you have a go at!
There is a new unit of work on our Topic page as well as some Geography website and activity ideas to have a go at. Enjoy!
As Mrs Littlewood and I are now teaching in school, please send emails to the school office firstname.lastname@example.org and the email response team will get back to you if necessary.
Have a great week everyone!
Maths 40 minutes
Then choose one other subject from the following list:
The mood cafe is a website that has relaxation exercises to help children manage their feelings towards stress, anxiety and worry. Click on the children and young people tab at the top of the page then look for the link to relax like a cat!
Each of the above subjects has a separate tab. Click on each subject to find lots of ideas and links to websites to help you with your learning.
Make sure you build exercise into your day. We are still loving Joe Wicks and Super Movers on the BBC website.
Parents, we hope you find this Class Page and the Subject Pages helpful in supporting you at home. Please do not put too much pressure on yourselves in your role as teacher of your child - you are doing a great job! Continue to give your child lots of praise and breaks during the day. Also check the website regularly as we will update it with new information.
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Mrs Slater and Mrs Littlewood