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Riddlesden St Mary

Year 3 Spring 2

We have been continuing our Stone Age theme and done lots of exciting things. 

ew our photos to see what we have been doing.

 

   

 

In ICT we have been learning to design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals. We used SCRATCH to program our own scripts, changed backgrounds and used coordinates to position our sprites.  Some of us have moved on to creating a game for two players and experimented with adding special effects, using sound and recording our own.

  Shrove Tuesday!

Using our knowledge of fractions, we equally shared our pancakes out. Chocolate spread was the most preferred topping in the class and some of us washed up too.   

 In English, to tie in with Magic Week, we wrote poems about magical fairies and went for a walk in the enchanted woods where we discovered their homes.  We kept a look out for the elf who has been making mischief in our classroom and pinching our stationery. We left letters for him to persuade him to stop his antics. You will be pleased to know he took our letters and ate the biscuits we left, leaving a trail of crumbs behind him...So far, so good!

         

We listened out for what we could hear, see, smell, touch and feel and planned what we would include in our work. We have also invented our own stories set in the Stone Age, written instructions on how to make Stone Age Soup and created factfiles.  We have been reading Ug : Boy Genius of the Stone Age and innovated comic strips. 

            

       

 Watch this space to see how we use our food and nutrition                                                          skills to create other savoury dishes.

We have been working scientifically to investigate how water is transported in plants and how humans and animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.

 

      

 

In music, we have been listening to pieces of music and paying attention to detail. We have also played and performed using musical instruments and our voices with increasing accuracy and control. 

     

In Design and Technology, we have designed, made and evaluated our Stone Age necklaces. Have a look at our creations made from clay.

            

Year 3 Spring 2

We have been continuing our Stone Age theme and done lots of exciting things. 

View our photos to see what we have been doing.

 

   

 

In ICT we have been learning to design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals. We used SCRATCH to program our own scripts, changed backgrounds and used coordinates to position our sprites.  Some of us have moved on to creating a game for two players and experimented with adding special effects, using sound and recording our own.

  Shrove Tuesday!

Using our knowledge of fractions, we equally shared our pancakes out. Chocolate spread was the most preferred topping in the class and some of us washed up too.   

 In English, to tie in with Magic Week, we wrote poems about magical fairies and went for a walk in the enchanted woods where we discovered their homes.  We kept a look out for the elf who has been making mischief in our classroom and pinching our stationery. We left letters for him to persuade him to stop his antics. You will be pleased to know he took our letters and ate the biscuits we left, leaving a trail of crumbs behind him...So far, so good!

         

We listened out for what we could hear, see, smell, touch and feel and planned what we would include in our work. We have also invented our own stories set in the Stone Age, written instructions on how to make Stone Age Soup and created factfiles.  We have been reading Ug : Boy Genius of the Stone Age and innovated comic strips. 

            

       

 Watch this space to see how we use our food and nutrition                                                          skills to create other savoury dishes.

We have been working scientifically to investigate how water is transported in plants and how humans and animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.

 

      

 

In music, we have been listening to pieces of music and paying attention to detail. We have also played and performed using musical instruments and our voices with increasing accuracy and control. 

     

In Design and Technology, we have designed, made and evaluated our Stone Age necklaces. Have a look at our creations made from clay.

 

            

 

 

 

After World Book Day, we have continued to enjoy reading and at the moment our book is Harriet's Hare, by  our class author, Dick King-Smith. We were also fortunate enough for Maggie the Storyteller to visit us and hear the Russian story of Baba Yaga.  Some of us recounted the story orally and had a chance to wear Maggie's special robe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After World Book Day, we have continued to enjoy reading and at the moment our book is Harriet's Hare, by  our class author, Dick King-Smith. We were also fortunate enough for Maggie the Storyteller to visit us and hear the Russian story of Baba Yaga.  Some of us recounted the story orally and had a chance to wear Maggie's special robe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch this space to see how we use our food and nutrition                                                    skills to create other savoury dishes.

We have been working scientifically to investigate how water is transported in plants and how humans and animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.

 

      

 

In music, we have been listening to pieces of music and paying attention to detail. We have also played and performed using musical instruments and our voices with increasing accuracy and control. 

In Design and Technology, we have designed, made and evaluated our Stone Age necklaces. Have a look at our creations made from clay.

 

 

            

Year 3 Spring 2

We have been continuing our Stone Age theme and done lots of exciting things. 

View our photos to see what we have been doing.

 

   

 

In ICT we have been learning to design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals. We used SCRATCH to program our own scripts, changed backgrounds and used coordinates to position our sprites.  Some of us have moved on to creating a game for two players and experimented with adding special effects, using sound and recording our own.

  Shrove Tuesday!

Using our knowledge of fractions, we equally shared our pancakes out. Chocolate spread was the most preferred topping in the class and some of us washed up too.   

 In English, to tie in with Magic Week, we wrote poems about magical fairies and went for a walk in the enchanted woods where we discovered their homes.  We kept a look out for the elf who has been making mischief in our classroom and pinching our stationery. We left letters for him to persuade him to stop his antics. You will be pleased to know he took our letters and ate the biscuits we left, leaving a trail of crumbs behind him...So far, so good!

         

We listened out for what we could hear, see, smell, touch and feel and planned what we would include in our work. We have also invented our own stories set in the Stone Age, written instructions on how to make Stone Age Soup and created factfiles.  We have been reading Ug : Boy Genius of the Stone Age and innovated comic strips. 

            

       

 Watch this space to see how we use our food and nutrition                                                          skills to create other savoury dishes.

We have been working scientifically to investigate how water is transported in plants and how humans and animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.

 

      

 

In music, we have been listening to pieces of music and paying attention to detail. We have also played and performed using musical instruments and our voices with increasing accuracy and control. 

     

In Design and Technology, we have designed, made and evaluated our Stone Age necklaces. Have a look at our creations made from clay.

            

 

 

 

After World Book Day, we have continued to enjoy reading and at the moment our book is Harriet's Hare, by  our class author, Dick King-Smith. We were also fortunate enough for Maggie the Storyteller to visit us and hear the Russian story of Baba Yaga.  Some of us recounted the story orally and had a chance to wear Maggie's special robe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After World Book Day, we have continued to enjoy reading and at the moment our book is Harriet's Hare, by  our class author, Dick King-Smith. We were also fortunate enough for Maggie the Storyteller to visit us and hear the Russian story of Baba Yaga.  Some of us recounted the story orally and had a chance to wear Maggie's special robe.