Year 3 had a very fun and engaging afternoon learning how to warm up their voices before singing. The children learnt about making sure their body is not tight but relaxed and ready to sing. The children applied their knowledge to sing some songs.
Clever hands club joined in with lots of activities to develop their fine motor control for writing. From miniature skittles and balancing chairs to shape tracing threading and transient art. Even our snack of blueberries practised a pincer movement!
Year 3 have been practising how to throw and catch using a tennis ball. The children found throwing underarm a lot more difficult than throwing over arm. We will be continuing to develop these skills on Wednesday.
Year 3 worked extremely hard creating their own monster during literacy today. The children started the lesson by learning 3 new words (eerie, petrified and noctournal), the children worked together as a class to find synonyms and word pairs for the 3 words. Finally, the children were challenged to write a description about their monster … Continue reading
The children in art club had a great time making Halloween ghosts this afternoon.
Year 3 learnt about clay sculptures today, due to our inspiration from our trip. The children found the activity difficult as they did not find the clay very easy to manipulate.
Year 3 have been learning and securing their knowledge of counting to 10 in French, the children have been working extremely hard and feel more confident in their own ability to apply their knowledge of French to count.
On Wednesday, we had a mixed football match against Regis Manor. Although the result didn’t go our way, the team performed superbly, especially considering the age of some of the players.
Some of Year 3 and 4 participated in a speed stacking challenge at Oasis Academy yesterday afternoon, the children had a lot of fun and enjoyed being able to work as a team to develop their speed stacking skills.
Year 3 have been developing their knowledge and understanding of fronted adverbirals in literacy! The children were provided with various sentences and as a group they identified whether or not the sentence had a fronted adverbial phrase .