Learning Project - Famous & Significant People
Home learning projects to be done throughout the week
Famous Fact Find
Find out about one or more Famous British People here. Ask your child to decide how they would like to present the information they have discovered. This could be a slide show, a poster or an information report about them. Can your child create a true or false quiz about their chosen person and test it out on the family during a games night?
As the NHS plays such a significant role in our lives, ask your child to represent our amazing NHS staff with their own piece of artwork. This could be a painting, collage or even a collectable stamp of a famous medic e.g Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole or Aneurin Bevan. Remember to tweet a photo of their artwork #TheLearningProjects.
Watch an interview with Rod Ellingworth, a famous, British cyclist. Then go for your own bike ride as part of your daily exercise. Don’t forget to wear your helmet. No bike? Then take a walk and look out for any cyclists you see. Recommendation at least 2 hours of exercise a week.
As a family, discuss the famous people that may have had an impact on their lives and the choices they have made about the jobs they have chosen. Talk about who has inspired them and why. Your child can create a family tree that illustrates inspirations and choices.
Religious Role Models
Ask your child to find out about significant religious people, like Jesus, Moses, Muhammed (pbuh), Guru Nanak or someone else who is important to your family. What do they notice about these people? What is similar about them? What is different? Help! Record the similarities and differences in a table format or make a Religious Role Model mini-book.
Hi year 3
Mrs Burns and I just wanted to say that it was lovely to speak to you or your parents last week. I am glad that you are all doing ok but do just want to remind you about trying to do some home learning if possible. Below on this page is a whole selection of learning that you can do. I suggested that you could possible try to learn a new skill. I also told you that I was going to dust off my knitting needles and knit some clothes for my first grandchild when she arrives. Over the Easter holidays I did this and will put some pictures up to show you what I did. Just like some of you said that you are missing school Mrs Burns and I feel the same but just want you to know that its ok to feel sad but that it wont last forever and hopefully school will open again soon!
Missing you all
Keep up the home learning efforts!!
Maths activities – position and direction
To be done throughout the week
The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about sports and games. Learning may focus on the history of sport, sporting-heroes, physical challenges and performance.
Our Sport Heroes- How many famous sports people can your child name? Ask them to choose a sports person and research online about them. Can they find out how and when they started their career, or any other interesting facts about them? Encourage your child to create a timeline that details all of the achievements of their sporting hero.
Sports Logo - Ask your child to recreate the logo for their favourite sport team or design and create their own sport logo, perhaps for their school team. Your child could sketch this with pencils as an alternative.
Super Movers! - Encourage your child to take part in this football themed Super Movers! There are two levels - Super Movers are a great way to keep active and have fun! Try Go Noodle and dance along to one of their routines - there’s plenty to choose from and the whole family can join in! Remember to tweet a video of their workout #TheLearningProjects. Your child could design a poster encouraging others to take part in sporting activities. Ask them how they would persuade others to join in. What type of words could they use? Recommendation at least 2 hours of exercise a week.
Sharing Sport Interests - Encourage your child to ask different family members about their favourite sports and any sports they took part in growing up - were they a part of any clubs? Did they take part in any competitions? Did they win any trophies? They might find out something new about their family members! Following this, can your child use the information to write a newspaper report recounting one the memorable events? They could include quotes from the interview.
Powerful Paralympians - You could explore diversity in sport with your child. Ask your child to find out about the Paralympic games and famous paralympians such as Ellie Simmonds. How have these people overcome challenges to represent their country in their chosen sport? They could write a letter/email to a chosen athlete and ask them questions about their sporting journey. Or they could draw a detailed sketch of the athlete during a winning moment.
Body Facts or Body Fiction
Have a look at the body facts or body fiction worksheet here.
Use a ruler or tape measure to find out if your foot is as long as your forearm or your height is the same as your arm span. The complete resource can be downloaded here.
If your child requires more of a challenge, or you believe that there are some gaps in their learning then Century Tech is a fantastic resource that is currently free for home learning. The app is designed to address gaps and misconceptions, provide challenge and enables children to retain new knowledge. It uses artificial intelligence to tailor the learning to your child’s needs. Sign up here.
Primary online resources
Supporting reading and Literacy
Week 4 - 27th April 2020
Hello Year 3,
We hope you are all safe and well and have been enjoying the sunny weather. We wanted to give you more activities to do, as it is important for you to keep your mind busy and continue to build on the learning and skills you have been developing this year.
As well as completing the activities below, please continue to play TTRS and go on Purple Mash.
We miss you all. Stay safe.
Hello Year 3
I hope that you are all safe and well. I have been so proud to have worked with you in year 3 this year and just wanted to give you a bit of encouragement to continue the progress that you have made.
Please keep on reading - any book it doesn't really matter what it is so long as you are reading. I will add some reading comprehensions to the class pages. Try practicing writing sentences using 'although' and 'if'. Keep up your times tables practice! Also try to learn a new skill. I am about to dust off my knitting needles and try knitting some baby clothes which I have not done for about 15years. I will post some pictures when I have finished.
Thinking of you and your families
Hi Year 3
So, week 2 of school closure. We hope you are all well . We have spent the week working and doing some exercises.
This week make sure you make some time to watch TV, read some books and play.
We hope you are all getting on with your home learning packs. Remember, you should be reading and practising your times tables everyday.
It's ok to be feeling strange and not sure what to do with yourself which is why it is so important to have a routine.
The year 3 team have been working hard at home so please keep your eye out for new learning on our class pages and keep a look out on Face book for some awesome creative ideas .
Joe wicks has been fun and we are looking forward to the punctuation programme tomorrow.
Mrs Burns has been challenged to video herself singing to songs so hopefully she will share these when we get back to school. They are quite funny as she loves dressing up !
Have a great week, stay safe and get a routine going.
Best wishes , missing you all
The year 3 A team (A= Awesome)