Our Year 3B Team
Teacher- Miss Brussels
Teaching Assistant- Mrs Thomson
Liverpool World Museum
We visited Liverpool World Museum to conduct research about our topics. We found out lots of information about space, fossils and even got to visit the aquarium! We held artefacts and hunted for facts. We had a wonderful day.
At the start of Spring term, we set January new years resolutions. We created target stars which had a personal target on. We worked extra hard throughout the term and as a treat we got to make pancakes! We decorated them with fruit and chocolate, they were delicious! We enjoyed making target stars so much, we have decided to carry on next term!
Sky try event at Saints
We were invited to attend a rugby training session at Langtree park stadium. We competed in many different training activities developing our catching and throwing skills. We then went on a tour of the ground and even got to go in the teams changing rooms! We had a fantastic day and can't wait for our follow up rugby sessions.
We are published authors!
We have joined the website Pobble to become online authors. We have been busy publishing our writing work, leaving comments and searching for pieces of writing to help us with our own writing. We like Pobble so much we even did an in class session! We went around our room leaving comments on each others work, we then improved our work using the feedback. Check it out and see if you're Pobble famous!
During our topic, we have been looking at Ancient Greece. We have looked at the importance of Greek mosaics and created our own. We found it tricky but we were resilient!
Dinosaur fossil biscuits
To mark the end of our first topic in Year 3 we created dinosaur biscuits. We created a set of instructions and followed them carefully. We used dinosaurs to leave fossil imprints! They tasted scrumptious delicious!
We have worked hard this term to secure our 3 digit number knowledge. We have partitioned and regrouped numbers in different ways, found 10 more and 10 less and estimated numbers on a number line. We have also adding and subtracted 3 digit numbers using our expanded addition method. We used base 10 to help us understand what happens when we exchange our ones and tens.
We are all maths magicians!