3H have had an exciting and enjoyable term. We have continued to learn how to solve division questions in Maths. In English we have enjoyed the book Flat Stanley and created our own flat characters. As part of our spelling work we have been exploring prefix and suffix words. We have been looking at the bones of the human body and how muscles help us to move in Science and we have even created our own skeleton.
We have had a wonderful time this term in 3H. We have looked at poems by Michael Rosen and some lucky children went to see him at the Theatre. Those of us left behind explored his chocolate cake poem whilst actually eating one! Yum! We have designed our own chocolate factories and writing stories connected with our book this term ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’. In Maths we have been using multiplication and division for the 3,4 and 8 times table. Our Science work has kept us busy by exploring forces and magnets. We even invented our own magnetic games.
In Year 3, we have been reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. We have enjoyed exploring Mr Wonka’s factory and designing our own!
As part of our home learning, we bought our factories to life by creating our own chocolate rooms! Some of us even decided to use real chocolates and sweets! We have displayed them in our corridor, although it is very tempting to go and eat them!
As part of our Understanding the world we have been learning about the Romans. We learnt about Roman mosaics and how they made them. We tried to use a similar technique and created our own.
In Science we have been learning about different forces. We went outside to play on the equipment to explore what different forces we were using. We found that climbing up the ladder used the force push and pull.
We celebrated Michael Rosen Day and learnt about all the different books and poems he has written. We read his poem chocolate cake which was very funny! We then wrote our own chocolate cake poem, and to give us some inspiration, ate some chocolate cake too!