Fossils - To help us understand the fossilisation process we created our own fossils with slices of bread representing the different layers of sediment.
Types of rocks and how they are formed. Can you remember the 3 main groups geologists sort rocks into and how each type of rock is formed?
Place Value - We had great fun challenging our partners to put numbers in the correct order to consolidate our learning on place value
Stop Frame animations
Egyptian Day - Year 3 spent the day consolidating their learning about Ancient Egypt. They danced like an Egyptian, mummified tomatoes, made bread using an Ancient Egyptian recipe and learned how to write in hieroglyphics. They finished off the day with a feast of melon, grapes, raisins, honey and their home made bread.
Animations - we created our own animations by making frames on imotion
Chiltern Open Air Museum - here are a few pictures from our school trip
Biscuithenge!!! We built Stonehenge out of biscuits then labelled it.
Gymnastics - We worked with coach Fizz to create different shapes with our bodies
Bronze Age - Each table looked at artefacts found from the Must Farm site and discussed what this told us about life in the Bronze Age. Each table group then presented their findings to the rest of the class.
Acting out our advert. To help understand the purpose of a persuasive advert and give meaning to our writing, we worked in pairs to perform our adverts ready to go on the tele
Gymnastics - This term we are very lucky to have Coach Fizz take us for gymnastics
We learnt how important it is to edit our work and showed our school vision when working together to read through our work for corrections and improvement.
We created our own Stone-Age art work by carving paint out on the table.
Year 3’s introduction to our Stone Age to Iron Age topic. We had a great time over in the forest school area by imaging what it was like to survive in the old and middle Stone Age. We built shelters, went foraging for food and even went hunting with our handmade tools.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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