Learning Activities during a School Closure
Welcome to Week 14 of our Year 3 Home Learning
Hello Year 3,
Well, where do we start? We can't believe this is your last week of Year 3 with us!
What a peculiar year we've had, I don't think any of us would have predicted this as we walked excitedly through Testwood Lakes dressed in ancient robes, or ran around with our friends on the playground, or sang our hearts out during the Christmas Play! These are just some of the treasured memories we have of our time in Year 3 and we feel so lucky to have shared them with you.
This week is about those memories and creating your own special memory box poem about Year 3, because we crammed in loads of fun in the 6 months we were together in Europe!
As a final note, we would like to say that we cannot be more proud of you for working so hard at home without your teachers and friends to help you. Also a huge thank you to your families and adults at home, who have been trying their hardest to make sure you keep some of your learning going as well as all the things they normally have to do!
We think you are terrific and although we will miss you, we know what a fabulous time you are going to have in year 4!
We hope that you have a great week and we look forward to sharing your memory poems here on the website.
Mrs Smith, Mrs Leach, Miss Gover and Mrs Wotton
email@example.com (Mrs Leach and Mrs Smith)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Miss Gover)
Week beginning : Monday 13th July
Year 3 Week 14 Home Learning Grid
Spelling Shed Challenge
There is a new Spelling Shed Challenge this week.
Who will earn a certificate? - Play at least 5 games.
Who will top the league?
6 children in Europe South have started the final Spelling Shed Challenge. I wonder what the last certificate will look like!
8 children in Europe North have started the final Spelling Shed Challenge. How many will manage at least 5 games?