Monday Home Learning- Hobbits Class
I hope you all had a lovely weekend. It is a week countdown before my Hobbits are back in my classroom! I can't wait to teach some of you in person again.
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK OF HOME LEARNING.
So... Happy Last Week of Year 3!!
This week's theme is Friendship.
What does that mean to you?
How can you show Friendship today?
Get your Reflection Shape.
Hold it and think in your head what does the quote and music make you feel.
Light a candle (with a grown ups permission) and listen to this piece of music.
This week in English is your chance to show your creativity.
Create a project about the year we have had. I want you to create a booklet, poster, PowerPoint that explores everything we have been through.
Things you might want to include:
- Your class
- Things that happen in our class
- The pandemic
- How you feel
- What you have enjoyed doing
- What you would want to change
You have the whole week to create this project make it interesting and colourful, include drawings and pictures. I can't wait to see what amazing creations you have come up with!
- Today’s Maths Learning
Lesson 4 Summer Term Week 10- Watch the video and complete the questions in your books.
White Rose has changed now so if you follow the link you can still watch the lesson but the worksheet will now be a PDF at bottom of this page. Let me know if there are any issues.
Have a look on BBC Bitesize to help if you are stuck.
This week will still be focusing on you spellings.
At the bottom of the page will be a file that you can work through a day at a time.
Do a page every day.
As we come to the end of our year as Hobbits it is good to look back and reflect.
Complete the booklet at the bottom of the page and think about you and reflect on that.
Join in with Joe Wicks! He is doing live PE lessons on his YouTube Channel three mornings a week at 9am. Don’t worry if you miss it- they are available all day.
Or you can do a Cosmic Kids Yoga if you want to be more relaxed but still exercising.
Keep in contact I miss you all so much!
Lots of love,
Miss Storti xx