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Welcome to Year 3!

 

 

Welcome to Year 3's Online Learning - Spring 2021

 

Welcome to the Year 3 Remote Learning Area. Here you will find all the planning and resources you will need for the next half term.

 

Starting from Thursday 7th January, there will be one Maths and English task posted on our class page for each day (Monday to Friday). These are for you to download and complete. Some will include an explanation video from me or links to video demonstrations from other websites or I may give a written explanation to help too.  Please post your completed work onto Seesaw so that I can check it. Keyworker children will be completing the same tasks in school.

 

In addition to this, I will be posting a range of Science, Topic, Art and P.E. activities for you to access. Please aim to complete at least one of these per day. I will attach a suggested daily timetable. Use it as a guideline but we appreciate that families have different circumstances so adjust it to your own preferences.

 

For those children in school, we will be sharing the same Topic with Year 4 which is the Ancient Egyptians. You can choose to do the same at home but there will be plenty of other activities for you to choose from as alternatives.

 

Many thanks!

 

Mrs Devlin

Update for Weds 20th Jan

The extra work/link I am putting on relates to Wednesday's work and not Tuesday's or tomorrow's.  Mrs D doesn't know what day it is! wink

Weekly Hello w/c 18.1.21

Pharrell Williams - Happy (Official Music Video)

Happy Monday!!! Enjoy a good boogie to this song! Fresh air = good for brain. Music/dancing = good for brain.

Science Task

Weekly hello w/c 11.1.20

The Bangles - Walk Like an Egyptian

Here's a feel good video to start off your week and a great way to do some exercise-enjoy!

Welcome to Lockdown Learning

A little hello from me...

Suggested Timetable

Mrs Devlin's Handy Hints

 

I will start to add information to this area that I think you might find useful.

 

WWWAABBUNOI

 

I am starting with WWWAABBUNOI which we have just started to discuss in class.  All is explained if you click on the Handy Hints icon.

 

Many thanks,

 

Mrs Devlin

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