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Another week has flown by in Y3...

In Maths this week we continued our investigations into multiplication and division. We switched our attention to the fours and used our knowledge of groups to help us! We represented the x4 tables through arrays, part wholes, repeated addition and even the bar model! We made sure to use our maths language as we spoke in full maths sentences all week! On Wednesday we completed our arithmetic and reasoning papers, which consolidated the learning from across the term! Well done, everyone!

This week's English has been all about SPEECH! 66, capital letter, P.OP, 99, NSNL. We used this rhyme to help us remember all the key bits around speech! We also learnt that a comma is needed to sometimes separate the speaker from the speech itself! Throughout the week we correct mistakes and even put some text messages from Mrs Chesters into speech! Well done!

In Geography this week we created our very own Kahoot quizzes! We centered our quizzes all around deserts and all the knowledge we have learned from our unit on them! We then used Kahoot to create a range of questions — we can't wait for the parents to play them in our Study Work books!

In Art this week we began exploring our artist for this term, Claude Monet! He was a brilliant French artist, who used nature and landscapes to create beautiful artwork. We found out that he loved to paint outside and would often catch the changing shadows/lightning in the same picture! Meaning he'd often paint the same scene 3 or 4 times! We decided to put this to the test and used oil pastels to sketch and pastel a desert both at night and in the daytime! We realised that the colours had to be darker/harsher at nighttime, whereas bright, bold colours were used to create a daytime landscape! We will continue to explore Monet next week!

On Thursday it was our Topic Day! Check it out here...

On Friday we went to see the Princess and the Pauper at the theatre! It was amazing to watch and all of Y3 behaved beautifully!

Have a fantastic weekend,

Mr Dale

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