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Class 3H

Welcome to Year 3's Class Page!

 

Home Learning Information

 

Please visit our page regularly to find new and exciting learning opportunities. I will be adding lots of new things so keep visiting our page. Have fun learning with your Families!

From Miss Coady 

Easter Holiday Activities

Welcome to the Easter holiday! During this time I understand that it can be tricky to keep thinking of new ideas and activities to try, so I have compiled some exciting learning and fun opportunities to spend time as a family and enjoy each other's company!

 

Easter Holiday Home Learning!

Here are some other Easter activities you can do with your families:

 

  1. Design a vehicle that can transport a hard boiled egg safely from one point to another.
  2. Design a device that will protect a hard boiled egg when it is dropped from a height.
  3. Design some packaging for a new Easter egg.
  4. Create an advert to promote a new Easter egg. This could be for a poster / billboard, a digital display advert or an advert for radio / television / cinema.
  5. Write the Easter bunny's diary entry about his / her disastrous day delivering the eggs.
  6. Write a recipe for a delicious Easter treat... or try following a recipe to make your own!
  7. Design an Easter basket that can carry your Easter treats!
  8. Make a comic strip or an animation with an Easter theme.

 

Send me a picture of your finished work so I can add them to our class page! acoady@hogarth.essex.sch.uk

 

English Tasks:

Think about a day you had during last week that you really enjoyed. Using what you know about writing formal and informal letters I would like you to plan a letter addressed to myself at Hogarth Primary School that tells me everything about that day.

To help you, you could: create a word bank for the place and the events of the day. You can use www.wordhippo.com to help you find meanings and synonyms (other good words) for words. These are words you will be using in your writing so make sure they are spelt correctly and you can read them.

You could also draw out a story map or comic-strip putting the events of the day you’re thinking about in order. Make sure you have everything in the right order so you can write your day in chronological (time) order for the writing piece.

 

Science Task: 

Science I would like you to watch these 4 learner guides from BBC Bitesize (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z9bbkqt) to learn even more about Rocks, Soils and Fossils. In your workbooks, I would like you to make an exciting quiz for one of your family or friends to try out and see how much they know!

 

!! BUSY THINGS !!

Busy Things Busy Things has some amazing activities and games for you to check your understanding and to learn even more exciting things! This is good for the subjects that are a little bit more practical such as PE and Music. It also has some brilliant Spanish and Geography activities. If you’d like to, have a look around Busy Things and see if there is anything you might be interested in learning about!

 

I wonder…

Have a look at the link: www.pobble365.com

Use this picture to answer the questions provided. Every day, the challenges will change, and different images will appear. Try to write stories and answer the questions provided to help you with inference and deduction. I would love to see what you have written. Email me your creations: acoady@hogarth.essex.sch.uk.

 

Maths Challenge: 

Go and look in your sock drawer. How many pairs of socks do you have? What different colours of socks do you own? How many of them are patterned? How many of them are plain? Are there any other ways that you could put your socks into categories? 

Using this information, express your sock draw in fractions, e.g. 1/2 of my socks are patterned or 1/4 of my socks are white. 

When you have finished, make sure all of your socks are in pairs and remember to put them away neatly. 

 

Multiplication Tables 

I have added some tests that you can use to help you to remember your times tables. Please look at the link below. If you do not have a printer at home, you could write down your calculations on paper. 

 

If you have any maths related queries that I can help you with, please email me at: vslade@hogarth.essex.sch.uk and I will do my best to email you back as quickly as I can. Thank you, Mrs Peacock. 

Music

Hello to my Hogarth music lovers!

If you go to the 'enrichment' icon on the home webpage there is an assembly song tab with lots of songs for you to sing along to at home!

Choir and music makers you know where to find all your own resources under the 'parent' icon

Keep Singing!

Mrs Herbert.    

Today we dissected a flower to look at all the different parts!

Today we dissected a flower to look at all the different parts! 1
Today we dissected a flower to look at all the different parts! 2
Today we dissected a flower to look at all the different parts! 3
Today we dissected a flower to look at all the different parts! 4
Today we dissected a flower to look at all the different parts! 5

Read some of our poems..

Read some of our poems.. 1
Read some of our poems.. 2
Read some of our poems.. 3
Read some of our poems.. 4

Math's and Computing - we have been retrieving information from different tables and creating our own bar charts and pictograms

Math's and Computing - we have been retrieving information from different tables and creating our own bar charts and pictograms  1
Picture 1

Here we have been practicing exploring a poems meaning

Here we have been practicing exploring a poems meaning 1
Here we have been practicing exploring a poems meaning 2

Have a look at some of our riddles

Have a look at some of our riddles 1
Have a look at some of our riddles 2
Have a look at some of our riddles 3

The Queen replied!

The Queen replied! 1
The Queen replied! 2

Can I investigate the job of the stem? We are observing where the coloured water ends up...

Can I investigate the job of the stem? We are observing where the coloured water ends up... 1
Can I investigate the job of the stem? We are observing where the coloured water ends up... 2
Can I investigate the job of the stem? We are observing where the coloured water ends up... 3

We are now investigating the job of a leaf!

We are now investigating the job of a leaf! 1

Why do parts of plants have different jobs? We have begun our science topic by exploring the job of the roots and comparing different roots

Why do parts of plants have different jobs? We have begun our science topic by exploring the job of the roots and comparing different roots 1

Have a look at our mythical creature descriptions where we used expanded noun phrases!

Have a look at our mythical creature descriptions where we used expanded noun phrases! 1
Have a look at our mythical creature descriptions where we used expanded noun phrases! 2
Have a look at our mythical creature descriptions where we used expanded noun phrases! 3

This term we are learning all about Britain. We have begun this topic by researching into the Modern Royal Family, deciding to write a letter to the Queen.

We are now finding out about the Royal Family tree, dating back to 1066. We have already found out about King William I, King John and the Magna Carta. Keep posted for some more of our topic work! 

Our own school Magna Carta

Our own school Magna Carta 1
Our own school Magna Carta 2

Letter to Her Majesty the Queen

Letter to Her Majesty the Queen 1

Autumn Term Photos

Autumn Term Photos 1
Autumn Term Photos 2
Autumn Term Photos 3

Egyptian god's have talent show!

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We have been learning about different Egyptian gods and decided to have our own talent show. The winning god was chosen based on their uniqueness and appearance.

Mummification!

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Today we had a go at making a mummy body! Once we realised this could be tricky we decided to learn about the process of mummification. Keep looking out for more of our Ancient Egyptian work!

Please have a browse at our class timetable, topic web and newsletter.

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