Today is world bee day, we have been learning about bees. We made badges campaigning to save the bees. At playtime the other children were curious about our badges so we shared our learning. We also tasted some delicious honey, THANK YOU BEES!
Our new book study in 3Y is called 'The Promise'. The people have become hard and mean. We acted out the scene.
This is one of our word warriors scanning the classroom to identify words that are commonly misunderstood in our text. Next stop dictionary corner!
In our power of reading text SPY MASTER there has been a murder! as journalists we are gathering information about this shocking story to write a newspaper report.
We practised our measuring skills by drawing lines that required specific measurements. Mrs Yarborough asked us to draw lines that were 2cm longer and shorter than a specific number . We practiced converting from cm to mm
Mrs Yarborough's class painted pebbles with kindness messages. We plan to take them to the park to hide them for others to find.
Year 3 enjoyed a Tudor Workshop at Gainsborough Old Hall. We explored some of the Tudor bedrooms and saw the room that King Henry Viii stayed in when he visited. We all had our own job roles and took part in preparing and serving a banquet for King Henry!
Year 3 had a very special visitor in today. King Henry VIII himself came in for the day to help introduce our new 'Horrible Histories' topic. Year 3 are learning all about the 'Terrible Tudors' and King Henry VIII is what we are learning about first! We loved it!
Tension has built in 3Y will Ted retrieve the Stone Mouse?
Making patterns then measuring the angles is fun.
We have a new book corner. Mrs Yarborough (with a little magic from Mr. Yarborough) has created our book theatre!