This week in Class 3...

Date: 23rd Sep 2019 @ 3:36pm

Hi everyone,

Here is a little insight into what we will be doing in Class 3 this week!

We are still studying our class text Stig of the Dump, linking it to our Stone Age topic. The children are really enjoying this story and our next piece of writing will be a diary extract acting in character as Barney. The children all have a really good understanding of the story so far and take a deeper look at the text in our guided reading sessions.

In Maths, we are all revising our knowledge of Roman Numerals! This can be a tricky topic to grasp, but today the children have already done so well. Here is a little song to help children memorise that basic Roman Numerals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1UmAgekzbs

We will be doing some exciting experiments in Science, looking at some changes forming new materials and that some of these changes are not usually reversible. Children can have a look at properties and changes of materials here. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcvv4wx

Topic is still ongoing. We have already looked at what life was like in the Palaelolithic and Mesolithic period and we are now exploring what the homes and houses were like in this period, in readiness for sketching some and eventually making our own out of clay. It is lovely to see the children taking their knowledge of the Stone Age down into the forest with them, where they have been making tools, wattle and daub (mud, hay and water mixing was great fun) and playing as Stone Age people!

Finally, we will be having our 3rd Ukelele session with Mr Butler this Friday. Don't forget your Ukeleles smiley

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