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Another week in Year 3 and we have learnt so much. In maths we have started our unit on fractions...

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Year 3 Homework and update

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Dear Year 3,

New mymaths homework has been set today. You can complete your homework on addition any time from today until next Tuesday, 3rd February.

We have welcomed Miss Newell (a final year MMU teaching student) to year 3 this week. She has already started teaching, planning Literacy and History lessons which link to our novel. Please do say hello and introduce yourselves mums and dads, granddads and grandmas when Miss Newell is on the door. She will be with us until the end of Spring Term.

Our new topic is well under way. We have been busy writing newspaper articles and letters, learning all about our amazing planet using atlases, maps and globes. We have learned all about lines of latitude and longitude, the equator, tropics of Capricorn and Cancer and followed Michael's journey on a giant floor map. We know the 7 continents and 5 oceans of the world and where these can be found. We have also prepared 3 study work pages and completed our BIG ART project and study work front covers — amazing collage coral reefs.

In maths, we have been busy using Maths Frog to help us with addition and subtraction (by counting on) and we have all started to use expanded column addition. We're amazing Miss Lake with how quickly we are meeting objectives in maths.

We will soon start work on Forces in science and explore how liquids move on surfaces and what might affect this and we are going to have lots of fun with magnets. What a busy class we are!!

Michael has met the stranger on the island he is now stranded on and been yelled at in an (as yet) unknown language... for building a fire. I wonder what will happen next in his amazing desert island adventure?

Don't forget, it's our Festival of Light disco on Friday night. I hope you can join us and light up the hall with your luminous bands (on sale in school), bright clothing...and of course your disco moves. You might even catch the teachers dancing!!

Miss Lake

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