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 the terrific team of Mrs Hunter

and Mrs Rogers

 

Hula hoop challenge πŸ™ˆupdate:

I still can't do it!

I am watching videos and trying all the different tips but I'm afraid I'm not getting any better,YET!!

I will keep persevering...

Has anyone else started a challenge? I'd love to hear how you're getting on.

I am really enjoying receiving the emails from some of you on Purple Mash or via the Y3 email address. Keep them coming. It's great to see or hear what you've been up to or just say hello! I'll always reply.

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Enjoy reading Spencer's version of the Ironman, entitled Illumination Man, or see me read it on Torrisholme TV!

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Can you find the meaning of today's word and use it in a sentence of your own? What other words can you discover that have similar meanings? Use either a dictionary and thesaurus or Wordhippo to look up your definitions and synonyms.

Email us your sentences if you wish!

 

savagely

 

 Previous words:

  fiddly          scuffle

  wary          grudge         baffled           rave           dismay

  It was 3 o'clock in the morning when Mrs Hunter awoke to hear the scuffle of Mr Hunter's     feet, heading towards the Easter egg cupboard!!!

 To Mrs Hunter's dismay, no matter how hard she tried, the hula hoop just would not stay on        her hips!  yesLovely complex sentence, Pizzazz, love Razzmatazz! Thank you Razzmatazz x πŸ˜‚

  While she rustled up a delicious Thai green curry for dinner, Mrs Taylor enjoyed a Saturday 

   night kitchen rave to BBC Radio 1's Dance Anthems. Since creating her very own Spotify       

   lockdown playlist, Pizzazz has done nothing but play it repeatedly and rave about it online.

Year 3 Home Learning Newsletter. This is the letter that was sent home on Friday 20.3.2020 with ideas for your child whilst they are at home. Have fun and we are thinking of all of you.

Collins Big Cat have given us online access to their reading scheme books. There are reading books to support those of you reading book band colours up to Lime. Also read the books under the 'progress books' tab for further reading material in your colour band.

If you are reading Grey books, please choose wisely from other online and paper book selections you can access. Keep up the reading miles! 

 

Details to access the website:

Go to https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Portal.aspx

Click on the Teacher portal and enter

Username: parents@harpercollins.co.uk

Password: Parents20!

Click Login

Collins Big Cat online reading books

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At Torrisholme, we are continuously striving to develop ways to encourage our children to read for pleasure. We have created a ‘HOT BOOKS’ list of 30 up-to-date, age-appropriate texts, compiled from a range of suggested reading lists. This is not an exhaustive list of fabulous year group appropriate books but is more a fun challenge list for our children to explore texts written in a wide range of styles by a selection of current and popular children’s authors.

 

How many can your child read or share with you?

 

On your marks…

          get set…

                                and READ!

Today we unwrapped the books that our partners in 3T had chosen from the library for us, after finding out what sort of things we liked to read. Everyone was thrilled with the choices. It felt just like Christmas!

The children heard 7 Traditional tales yesterday as they moved around the classes.

This is the Tale of Tom Thumb.

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It's Book Week!

Can you guess which story these props belong to?

 

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It has been 49 days since we submerged Malcolm the Mackeral in salt as part of our mummification experiment. Today, Mrs Taylor was brave enough to uncover him!

We decided that it had worked really well and most of the moisture has been absorbed by the salt, however, we thought he still needed a little more time to be fully mummified.

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Thank you to everyone who came to our Ancient Egyptian parent share. The children felt very proud showing and telling you what they had learned this half term.

Ramp investigation- we tested which surface would be the best to use to move heavy objects up.

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Fantastic friction! Today we investigated friction. The Egyptians used wet sand to move huge rocks so we put this to the test. We found that the dry sand dragged along with the block making it tricky to pull. It had high friction. After we soaked the sand it was much easier to pull the block. It had low friction.

Fantastic friction! Today we investigated friction. The Egyptians used wet sand to move huge rocks so we put this to the test. We found that the dry sand dragged along with the block making it tricky to pull. It had high friction. After we soaked the sand it was much easier to pull the block. It had low friction. 1
Fantastic friction! Today we investigated friction. The Egyptians used wet sand to move huge rocks so we put this to the test. We found that the dry sand dragged along with the block making it tricky to pull. It had high friction. After we soaked the sand it was much easier to pull the block. It had low friction. 2
Fantastic friction! Today we investigated friction. The Egyptians used wet sand to move huge rocks so we put this to the test. We found that the dry sand dragged along with the block making it tricky to pull. It had high friction. After we soaked the sand it was much easier to pull the block. It had low friction. 3
Fantastic friction! Today we investigated friction. The Egyptians used wet sand to move huge rocks so we put this to the test. We found that the dry sand dragged along with the block making it tricky to pull. It had high friction. After we soaked the sand it was much easier to pull the block. It had low friction. 4
Fantastic friction! Today we investigated friction. The Egyptians used wet sand to move huge rocks so we put this to the test. We found that the dry sand dragged along with the block making it tricky to pull. It had high friction. After we soaked the sand it was much easier to pull the block. It had low friction. 5

In fencing today, we learnt the skills of how to parry and repost.

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Multiplication problem solving writing on tables!

The children couldn’t quite believe it! 

Great work everyone.

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We had fun moulding air dry clay into scarab beetle amulets, which the Ancient Egyptians would bury in the tomb for good luck.

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This half term, 3H are learning how to fence. Today, we were taught how to stand properly and make an attack.

As we have been learning about the process of mummification, Mrs Taylor had Year 3 riveted watching her mummify ‘Malcolm the Mackerel’, this afternoon! He is now totally immersed in salt and bicarbonate of soda to replicate the process of drying out. We will check on him at the end of this term.

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We have been learning how to divide by 3 and 4 leaving a remainder, starting with a very practical method of making squares and triangles and seeing how many are left over?

Sequins at the ready!

The time has arrived, we’re ready to take the stage.

Here’s a sneaky peak to build your excitement!

We can’t wait!

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We have LOVED our rainforest topic and have become quite passionate about saving it!

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In Science, we have been learning about vertebrates and how their skeletons have adapted to their environment.

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In science, we have been classifying animals.

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Today, we explored musical instruments and objects of the rainforest.

To introduce the children to performing, we learnt β€˜Bug Chant’ by Tony Mitton. As you can see, we have some budding actors and actresses!

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Volcano and Folk Tale Parent Share - thank you for your support. The children absolutely LOVED sharing their work with you all.

In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest.

In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 1
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 2
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 3
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 4
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 5
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 6
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 7
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 8
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 9
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 10
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 11
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 12
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 13
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 14
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 15
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 16
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 17
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 18
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 19
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 20
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 21
In science, we enjoyed testing 3 different types of soils to see which one drained the quickest. The soil from Bramble Corner was the slowest and the compost was the quickest. 22

Problem solving maths using column addition and subtraction

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In science, we have been testing different types of rocks and relating their properties to their uses.

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Our freeze frames telling the folk tale of 'How the Camel got it's Hump'.


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