Year 3LF: Blog items
Date: 27th Jun 2022 @ 4:57pm
In art this week, we have been focusing on the artist Noel Badges Pugh. We took inspiration from his drawings of seashells to create our own. We used continuous line drawing to create the outline and then used a range of mark making techniques such as contoured lines, dashes, curves, hatching and cross-hatching to make the shells more 3 dimensional. We even thought about shadows and created these again using mark making techniques.
Date: 15th Jun 2022 @ 10:05am
In maths, we have been learning all about scales and reading different intervals. Today we estimated the mass of different objects in the classroom before weighing each object. We used our knowledge of reading scales to help us.
Date: 25th May 2022 @ 5:23pm
In geography, we have been learning all about mountains. So far we have looked at the tallest mountain, what the climate is like at the summit and the different features. On Monday we used atlases to identify where different mountains and hills were in the UK.
Date: 16th May 2022 @ 1:26pm
In writing today we practised using apostrophes for possession. We used macaroni as apostrophes in our sentences.
Date: 22nd Apr 2022 @ 10:20am
In maths, we have been learning all about multiplication. Today we began learning how to multiply a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number. We used a method called the grid method and used ones and tens counters to help us.
Date: 21st Apr 2022 @ 2:29pm
To launch our topic 'Can I grow lettuce on a mountain summit?' we went on a scavenger hunt. We took a virtual trip around Snowdonia and completed the scavenger hunt along the way. On the scavenger hunt, we saw a summit, people, a cafe, rocks, a lake, grass and paths.
Date: 29th Mar 2022 @ 12:02pm
LKS2 have been hard at work creating some fantastic Easter a crafts - we were all so impressed with how much time and effort clearly went into each wonderful creation!
All of the teachers really struggled to choose a winner but finally managed to make a decision. Have a look at our our winners below!
Have a look at all of the other brilliant entries below!
Date: 17th Mar 2022 @ 2:48pm
In science today, we investigated magnetic poles. We looked at what poles attract and which poles repel. We made a prediction before starting our investigation. In our investigation, we concluded the same poles repel and opposites attract.
Date: 10th Mar 2022 @ 5:39pm
In science this half term we are learning all about forces and magnets. Today we investigated how much friction is caused by different materials. We placed a toy car on a ramp covered in different materials and raised the ramp at one end until the car moved. We discovered sandpaper caused the most friction and plastic caused the least friction.
Date: 10th Mar 2022 @ 5:30pm
In our connected curriculum lesson this week, we became archaeologists. We got to dig and uncover different artefacts from the Roman era. Some of the things we discovered were: coins, knucklebones (a Roman game), gladiators' sandals, a helmet, a shield, jewellery, armour and tiles from a mosaic.
Date: 4th Mar 2022 @ 3:38pm
Today for our launch, we had a Roman Banquet. We made laurel wreaths to wear and got to taste lots of delicious food. At the banquet, we tried fruit cake, honey, dates, figs, olives, bread and cheese.
Date: 1st Mar 2022 @ 1:33pm
Today in maths we started a new maths topic 'angles'. We learnt all about acute, right and obtuse angles. Then we went on a hunt in the playground and classroom to find some. We used angle eaters to measure the angles we found.
Date: 18th Feb 2022 @ 11:20am
In English, we have been looking at the poem 'I was born in the Stone Age' by Michael Rosen. First, we read the poem and then we watched him perform it. We then thought about how to perform the poem ourselves. We thought carefully about using actions, pace and volume. Here are some of our performances.
Date: 17th Feb 2022 @ 8:41am
In science, we have been exploring how soil is formed and what makes soil. We started by going outside to look for soil and exploring what we could see in the soil. We then used magnifying glasses to look more closely at chalky, sandy and clay soil.
Date: 11th Feb 2022 @ 3:35pm
In design technology, we have been working on making Stone Age homes. We worked hard on collecting different ideas and then drawing a final design. Next, we selected materials that would create a strong structure. Here are some of our amazing creations.
Date: 4th Feb 2022 @ 2:41pm
In English, we have been collecting information to write our own non-chronological reports about the Stone Age. Today we got into the roles of reporters and archaeologists. The reporters quizzed the archaeologists about their topics.
Date: 2nd Feb 2022 @ 11:02am
In Spanish, we have been revisiting reading, writing and saying colours in Spanish. We created our own crowns using our knowledge of Spanish colours. Here are some of the crowns we made.
Date: 6th Jan 2022 @ 12:49pm
In maths this week we have been practising using arrays to help us recall our multiplication facts.
We found this really helpful when looking at 3,4 and 8 times tables.
Date: 14th Dec 2021 @ 3:46pm
This week we worked with the artist. We worked hard to develop our brushes strokes to create the different pieces of artwork.
Date: 6th Dec 2021 @ 7:34pm
This week we have been working on using commas in a list. We wrote lists about rainforest animals which we are going to include in our non-chronological reports.
Date: 29th Nov 2021 @ 2:56pm
In our connected curriculum topic ' What is it like in the Amazon Basin?' we have been creating our own pop-up rainforests. We used our knowledge of the layers of the rainforest to place the different animals.
Date: 11th Nov 2021 @ 4:07pm
To launch our new connected curriculum topic 'What is it like in the Amazon Basin?" we tried so many different foods that come from the rainforest. We enjoyed tasting mangos, oranges, grapefruit, chocolate and coconut water.
Date: 11th Nov 2021 @ 4:01pm
For maths week, we have been playing lots of games to help us practise our times tables. Our favourite game was multiplication race. We have also enjoyed two books all about maths called How To Make One Million Robots and Place for Zero.
Date: 8th Nov 2021 @ 3:00pm
This week in maths we have been looking at using column addition.