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Mulberry

Week Beginning 01.03.21

 

Welcome to the last week of home schooling!  Please find a copy of the weekly timetable below.  All resources for this week can be found under the 'Files' section in Teams, under week beginning '01.03.21'.  The resources have been organised into days so hopefully they will be easy to find.  As a reminder, online sessions this week are whole class at 9am and 10.50am.  The 9am session will focus on the maths activity for the day and the 10.50am session will focus on the English.  

 

This week there will be a science session on Monday at 2pm with Mrs Tamlin and a topic session on Wednesday at 2pm with Mrs Costar.

 

Thursday is 'World Book Day' and we have based our literacy lessons for the week around this.  There is a very exciting 'Potato Challenge' set for Thursday afternoon.  We would love to see your potato character creations so don't forget to send us a picture!

 

To make it easier to submit the children's work, we have created a daily folder in the 'Assignment' section in Teams.  Any work children wish to share from that day should be uploaded there and we will be able to respond with individual feedback.  Alternatively, you can continue to email contact3147@welearn365.com and we can respond to you via email.

 

Mrs Tamlin, Mrs Costar and Miss Evans

Timetable Week Beginning 01.03.21

Pizza advert role play

Italian Food Tasting

Homework 

Reading at home

Children are expected to read to an adult at home for at least 10 minutes daily.

School Reading Books are due in on a Monday and will be handed out on a Wednesday. Children in Mulberry Class are expected to put their book and diary in the book change box on these days.  Please indicate in the reading diary when you have read with your child.   

Weekly Homework

Maths and English Homework are set on alternate weeks.

Homework is set on Monday and due in the following Monday.

Spelling

Please see attached list of words below. These are the spellings that children are expected to learn to spell by the end of Year 3/4.

Times Tables

In Year 3 children are expected to know the following:

2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 x tables.

 

Here are some suggested websites to help you practise:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/399/Archery-Arithmetic-Multiplication

Topic

This term our topic is 'Meet the Flinstones'.

Suggested websites if you would like to complete some additional research with your child:

 

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/stone-age/

https://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/the-stone-age

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z82hsbk

Topics for the year

 

For your information, these are the topics that will be covered this year:

 

History and Geography

Autumn 1 (first two weeks): Journey through Europe

Autumn 1 and 2: Meet the Flinstones - children will learn about the Stone, Iron and Bronze Ages.

Spring 1 and 2: Extreme survival - children will learn how animals are adapted to different climates.

Summer 1 and 2: Tomb raiders - children will lean all about the Ancient Egyptians.

 

Science

Autumn 1: Rocks and soils.

Autumn 2: Animals including humans.

Spring 1: Plants.

Spring 2: Light.

Summer 1 and 2: Forces and magnets.

 

I.C.T.

Autumn 1: Coding

Autumn 2: Simulations

Spring 1: Typing: children will learn to touch type.

Spring 2: Email: children will learn to send, respond to and add attachments to emails.

Summer 1: Spreadsheets & Graphing: children will learn to present data in a spreadsheet and graphs.

Summer 2: Databases - children will create and use databases.

 

R.E.

Children will learn about Christianity and Hinduism.

Class routine

Monday and Tuesday - Mrs Tamlin (Monday mornings - Mrs Elliott)

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - Mrs Costar (Alternate Friday mornings - Mrs Elliott)

P.E. - Monday and Friday

Reading books changed - In to be changed on a Monday and handed out on a Wednesday

Times tables - 3, 4 and 8 x tables

 

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