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Week Beginning 4th May 20

Hello to you all

We hope you all managed to keep busy last week and enjoyed trying out some of the activities based on our new topic book. The new weekly timetable is below and should have lots of fun things to keep you busy.

A few reminders:
Explore the website.
Have a look at different year group activities as you might see something that takes your fancy to have a go at.
Check out the whole school signpost for challenges you can do as a family.
Dont forget the curriculum pages if you want ideas about your favourite subjects.

It doesn't matter what you do as long as you are keeping busy and having fun learning more. SEnd us messages and photos to the year 3 email as we would really love to hear what you are all up to.

Meanwhile have fun, stay safe and be nice to each other

Miss Smith and Mr Yatessmiley 

Homeworking timetable week beginning 4th May

Hello again

Hope you enjoyed last weeks start of term activities and were able to figure out that our new book this half term is called Pugs of the Frozen North written by Philip Reeve and illustrated by Sarah McIntyre.

There are lots of new activities on our weekly timetable so please have a go and enjoy them

Also remember that BBC Bitesize are also putting home learning lessons on everyday which look great fun.http://bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Dont forget the Notts Nature challege which is on the science page.

Finally remember to send us any photos, comments ot just messages to the year 3 e-mail as we would love to hear from you.http://year3@dovecote

Be kind. Have Fun and Stay Safe

Miss Smith and Mr Yates smiley

Extra Information

Just want to point you in the direction of BBC Bitesize. On Monday they launched daily lesson plans for children of all ages. It involves a weekly timetable with 3 sessions a day including English, Maths and a topic themed session. They have video clips and follow up activities and it is all free and needs no subscription. If you have a go at any of these activities aswell as the ones we set please let us know.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Also please remember if you had a go at any of the Easter activities, have painted rainbows or would just like to let us know anything you have been up to please send us a message or photo as we would love to keep in touch with you all.

year3@dovecote.school

Be Safe and Have Fun whatever you are doing and learning smiley

Miss Smith and Mr Yates

Newsletter Summer Term 1

Welcome back Dragons and Wombles. week beginning 20th April 2020

 We hope you all managed to do at least some of the things that you would normally do in a school holiday and are now looking forward to some at home working with some new activities and challenges that you can do together.

It is now the start of the Summer term and to add to the strangeness of life at the moment we are going to start the term finding out about 2 of the coldest places on earth. We are not going to tell you the name of the books we will be focussing on until next week as one of your weekly challenges is to try and work out the title of one of them by investigating an author.

The weekly timetable is below and there are some added activities to keep you busy. Remember to have a go at whatever you can and to send us photos of you or your work to the school email.

year3@dovecote.com

Keep busy and whatever you do remember to find time to enjoy the sunshine, have fun together and most of all Be Kind and Stay Safe.

Miss Smith and Mr Yatessmiley

Icy science

The Arctic

Try and find out some information about the Arctic and the animals that live there.

Make a poster, fact file or model to show what you have learnt.

twinkl have some great resources including

The Arctic: Powerpoint

Arctic Animals: Powerpoint

The Girl who went to the Arctic: Cartoon

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

year 2 and 3 common exception words to read and spell

maths activities

Year 3 Fraction wall. 4/5/2020

Have a look at the fraction wall and answer the following questions. How many 1/2s make 1? How many 1/4 make a half, three quarters and 1 whole? Draw a squre to show a quarter, half and three quarters. 

year 2 and 3 common exception words to read and spell

maths activities

Year 3 Fraction wall.

GET ACTIVE

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Join in with many families across the country with a daily indoor PE session live on YouTube.

The Body Coach TV

Mr Yates' Physical Challenge!

Storytime with an author.

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David Walliams is reading a story every day at 11:00. Listen on your own or with an adult. After listening maybe draw a picture from the story or write about your favourite part.

Learn a new skill

 Everyday at 1:00 theres a chance to learn some of the basics of British Sign Language.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=rR2Zb7TbiOASee the source image

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