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Category Archives: Year 3
You have been in Year 3 for a little while now. You have moved key stages and moved classrooms. How did you feel at the beginning of the year and how do you feel now? What have you enjoyed most … Continue reading
This week we have been looking at Folktales. One story we looked at was Puss in Boots. This contained many folktale features such as the number three, magical features, goodies, warnings, tricksters/disguises and special language. Can you please re tell … Continue reading
These are the images of some of the giants from The BFG. If you had to design your own giant, what would yours look like? Can you please describe your giant. What is it’s name? What is the main feature … Continue reading
In 3C we have had the highest attendance rate for the last two terms at Bankfoot. Why do you think 3C find it important to come to school on time everyday? What is the most exciting thing about school? Do … Continue reading
Look at the image above and imagine you have to write a description of this dream holiday home. How would you describe the home and surrounding area? What clothing would you ask people to bring? What should they pack in … Continue reading
Look at the questions below and explain your answers to each. Question 1 The town of Sterling recycled 385 aluminum cans in January of 2010. It recycled 562 cans in March of 2010. How many more cans were recycled in … Continue reading
Please write a few sentences to share how you are finding your new class in Key Stage 2. What is your new classroom like? Have you been learning some new information and knowledge? What else is new?
Write a clear description about the dragon shown. What is his behaviour like? Is he feared by other dragons? What are his special powers?
In the story ‘How to train your dragon’ we have just read that Hiccup has taken a dragon. He now has to train his dragon. Imagine that you are Hiccup and have just taken your own dragon. We would like … Continue reading
Use this to help you match up equivalent fractions.