Hello Sheringham; 29.6.20
Posted on Monday, June 29th, 2020
Hello Sheringham class,
This week looks as if it may be slightly cooler, so you will all be able to work really hard! I look forward to hearing from you and seeing pictures of what you have been up to. If you can email me before Friday, I will try and include them in our celebratory blog at the end of the week.
So let’s have a look at what exciting work we are doing this week:
Keep going through your book and going over your times tables. You can find the textbooks here:
We are starting our last Talk for Writing text for year 3, so make it brilliant! It is a persuasive text as to why you should join the Roman Army. How great that it is linked with our Topic work, which I know you have been loving. Before we learn the text though, we have our Cold Task to do. What do you think you might try and persuade me to do? My guess is that you are going to try and ask me to get Sheringham class back to school before the end of term!
We are continuing to look at water, and going over evaporation. There is even a fun experiment to try, although you need a sunny day to do it! Why not check out these slides to assist and complete the sheets.
Lesson Presentation Evaporation Investigation
Activity Sheet Evaporation Investigation
Activity Sheet Washing Line Conclusions
We are off to Mount Vesuvius in Italy to find out what happened in AD79. At the end of the week you can even have a go at erupting your very own Vesuvius! Without giving too much away, it sounds like a whole lot of fun!
To help, why not look at some of these resources:
Don’t forget your tackling tables.
On Education City I have put some timed assessments this week. You have 30 mins to complete most of the activities. I would love you to have a go, but don’t worry if you find it too challenging.
Remember we have a class yearbook photo contest – https://www.greyfriars.academy/2020/06/26/class-year-book-photos-contest/
Please email me a baby photo by Tuesday.
Have a great week,