Home learning…Welcome to Islands of Adventure

What is an island?

An island is an area of land which is not connected to a continent is surrounded by water. They can be large or small and can be found all over the world!

Check out the files below for your suggested activities and timetable.

The overview of your Literacy tasks for this week includes all the links that you need to complete this week’s Literacy activities.

This week's maths is all about measuring. Have a go at these mass and capacity activities. 

Here is the link to this week’s video tutorials.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

It’s Wednesday…Time for our mid-week catch-up and storytime

This week Mrs Cordy has a story to share with you...
WANTED! Ralphy Rabbit, Book Burglar.

Great to hear from Kevin this week! Here he is...in his kitchen, preparing pancakes! 
Well done Leila for designing and making your very own clock!

Meanwhile Lily designed and made her own teddy zip wire for transporting her soft toys downstairs.

One of the suggested activities for home learning last week was to create a marble run out of paper plates! Did anyone else have a try at this?

Are you ready for Mr Digby’s daily challenge number 3?

Remember, you can check out the Cragside virtual sports channel for more sporty activities!

Tuesday Tunes

Our Sing up song of the week is 'Raise my voice'. Check out those moves! 

It wouldn’t be Tuesday without a sing-along with our lovely Mr Chapman! This week’s song for singing assembly is ‘Count on Me’ by Bruno Mars.

Don’t forget to check out Cragside Primary virtual sports challenges.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0-eS1ZWCfGC8pBKapln4zA

Mr Digby’s ‘Daily Challenge’ number 2! Do you think that this will be easier or harder than yesterday’s challenge? There is only one way to find out… Why don’t you give it a go?

Enjoy!

Monday 29th June-Virtual Assembly and Sports’ Week

Children in school will be starting the week with this virtual assembly. Please join us, using the link below.

As you know, this week is Sports' Week. Remember you can access our new sports channel at any time using the link below. Here you can find videos for throwing, running and jumping. There are also 5 daily challenges for you to try out at home next week. Here is your first daily challenge to get you started. 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0-eS1ZWCfGC8pBKapln4zA

Well done to everyone who completed Mr Digby's outdoor community challenge last week. You can find the answers to last week's challenge below. 
How did you do?

Here is your challenge for this week. To fit in with our Sporty theme, Mrs Brock has set you an active challenge. Enjoy!

Home Learning…Next week is Sports’ Week!

LOOK OUT FOR A SPECIAL MESSAGE AT THE END TOO!

Especially for Sports Week, Mr Digby has created a new Sports channel, which you can access using the link below. Here you can find videos for throwing, running and jumping. There are also 5 daily challenges for you to try out at home next week.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0-eS1ZWCfGC8pBKapln4zA

Here is an overview of your Literacy tasks for this week. It includes all of the links that you need to complete this week’s Literacy activities.

This week's maths work involves recognising, describing and drawing shapes. There is also a lesson on telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes. 

Just to finish off, here is a very special message from your new teacher!

It’s Wednesday…Time for our mid-week catch up and story time.

This week, our lovely Mrs Mackie has a story to share with you. I hope you enjoy it.

Hello Leila!

Leila had fun with dinosaurs last week! She also made traditional Chinese Rice Pudding over the weekend. This is the traditional food people enjoy during the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival, which is Thursday the 25th June this year.

Lily has been busy this week! Walking like dinosaurs, drawing and making dinosaurs and mmmm, making star and asteroid scones.

Great to see your photos guys! Thank you!

Take care everyone. Bye for now.

Tuesday Tunes

Say Hello to Claire! It is a little while now since Claire was in our Year 3 class making music and singing about rivers! This week, the Sing Up song of the week is all about how  animals can survive winter.

It wouldn’t be Tuesday without a sing-along with our lovely Mr Chapman! This week, Mr Chapman and his daughter Grace are singing ‘Living in Harmony’. Another newer song this week, but one which we have sung in assembly before.

Enjoy!