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Welcome to the class page for Year 3. 

We're hoping to create a gallery of all the lovely things you're doing while school is closed. 

Send content to r.carson@knottyashprimary.co.uk

Stay safe and happy!

Hello to our lovely Year 3 and their families!smiley We hope that you are all keeping well and happy. We are missing you lots and looking forward to the time very soon when we'll be back together for more Knotty Ash fun. In the meantime, you may see your friends and teachers on Twitter, joining in with Mr. England's Daily Challengeyes or Mrs. Cartwright's Crafternoonswink! Take a look and have a go if you can @AshKnotty. 

 

Over the coming weeks, we will add activities to this class page but as we've said before, please don't panic! You don't have to do everything, just enjoy doing what you can together. You can take a look at the other class pages too. Just remember to keep up with TT Rock Stars, Spelling Shed and reading your own books each day. We also enjoy the daily I See Maths challenge for Y3/4 and listening to Elevenses with David Walliams.

 

Don't forget to keep in touch by email mail and Twitter. We'd love to see and hear what you've all been up to. Take care, be kind to your families and keep smiling! laugh

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

 

 

Welcome to the summer Year 3! laugh Week 8 - 1.6.20 

We hope you had a lovely half-term with your families and that you are ready for more Year 3 fun! You’ll see we've added activities (Week 8) for you to try. Our main task over the next 2 weeks is a 'One Plastic Bag' Design and Technology/English project with 6 challenges. Read the document 'Inclusive Curriculum – Tasks & Information’ first as this sets out the tasks in order. We’ve also left the Scavenger Hunt, Book Review and Thank You Baked Potato tasks on from last week. How did you do with the tasks from Week 7? We'd love to know! It would be great to see your Geography work about The Gambia or any  ‘dotty’ fun you had with Yayoi Kusama in Mrs Cartwright’s Crafternoons!

 

Just a reminder that our tasks have answers included and you don't need a printer as any worksheets come with alternatives – just open up the document to take a look. You can use your homework book/paper, write on/wipe off board, tablet, laptop – whatever is available. (You could take a photo before you rub anything off). If you would like copies, we can arrange this so please contact school. Remember, all tasks from previous weeks (including spellings) are on this page; just scroll down past our pictures.

 

Talking of pictures, thank you to everyone who has been in touch. We really appreciate your emails mail and Tweets and have been so impressed with all your work. You will see Michael has been very busy creating a marvellous One Plastic Bag Book Art and writing a brilliant Book Review about his recent read ‘The Midnight Gang’. Fantastic effort Michael! Marcus has also been doing some ’Out of this World’ baking with his alien cakes – very creative! We’d love to see what you create over the next 2 weeks with your plastic bags so please keep sending those pictures!

 

Enjoy yourselves and get in touch if we can help in any way. Thinking of you all. wink

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

MATHS 1.6.20

 

This week we are switching to look at fractions. This is the first week on this topic and next week we will dig a little deeper with it too. We have laid out the work a little differently this week, so it is no more online videos, it is more following the units from the attachment below. There is just one attachment but it does contain 4 separate lessons. Each lesson has an input/discussion page and then an activity sheet for the children to have a go at. If there is anyone that does not have a printer at home then please contact school and we can put a pack together for you to come and collect at a given time.

 

Happy fractions everyone!

Mrs Cartwright's Crafternoons - discover a new artist every week!

REAL PE   home.jasmineactive.com     email/username: parent@knottyashp-1.com     password: knottyashp

Activity Ideas

Activity Ideas 1
Activity Ideas 2
Activity Ideas 3

English

English  1 Harry's Haiku Poem!
English  2 Star Wars Creature Creation by Miles
English  3 Fantastic Book Art by Miles
English  4 Harry's Brilliant Book Art - front cover
English  5 Harry's Brilliant Book Art - page 3
English  6 Harry's Brilliant Book Art - page 2
English  7 Harry's Brilliant Book Art - page 4
English  8 Harry's Brilliant Book Art - page 5
English  9 Beautiful Book Art!
English  10 Fabulous Book Art!
English  11 Fantastic Book Art!
English  12 Tyler's Terrific Book Art - page 2
English  13 Tyler's Terrific Book Art - page 3
English  14 Tyler's Terrific Book Art - page 4
English  15 Spelling Shed Fun!
English  16 Marvellous Book Art!
English  17 Michael's Marvellous Book Art - front cover
English  18 Michael's Marvellous Book Art - page 1
English  19 Michael's Marvellous Book Art - wordsearch
English  20 Michael's Marvellous Book Art Weaving!
English  21 Michael read 'The Midnight Gang' by David Walliams
English  22 Magical Midnight Book Review!
English  23 Michael's Magical Book Review - title page
English  24 Michael's Magical Book Review!

Maths & Science

Maths & Science 1 Super sound poster from Miles
Maths & Science 2 Y3 I See Maths
Maths & Science 3 Y3 Oak National Academy Maths
Maths & Science 4 Y3 Oak National Academy Maths
Maths & Science 5 Y3 Oak National Academy Maths
Maths & Science 6 Fraction Fun!

Crafternoon Art

Crafternoon Art 1 'Drippy' art, Jackson Pollock style!
Crafternoon Art 2 Michael's St. George & the Dragon
Crafternoon Art 3 Michael's St. George Story - in LEGO!
Crafternoon Art 4
Crafternoon Art 5
Crafternoon Art 6

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Happy Holidays Y3! smiley 25.5.20 

As from today, it is officially your half-term holiday week. We've added a few activities but hope you will mainly be having fun with your families and enjoying the sunny weather. There’s a scavenger hunt (inside or outside) and ‘dotty’ fun with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama in ‘Mrs Cartwright’s Crafternoons’ plus some ‘Thank You Baked Potato’ song and story book challenges.

 

Thank you for all your lovely emails and super photos this week. Eme drew a wonderful sunset picture and it was all smiles when she and Tilly caught up with Polly! Joan has been busy in her garden growing strawberries and produced a beautiful One Plastic Bag Book Art. Leighton was also very proud of the fabulous job he did creating his Book Art and Miles was maths whizz at his fractions! Well done to Ethan, Marcus, Michael and Miles for having a go at Mr England’s Daily Challenges this week – we think Tyler pipped them to the post completing 4 challenges! It was a busy week for Tyler as he also finished his terrific Book Art!

 

We’d just like to say how touched we were by our lovely messages for ‘Thank A Teacher Day’ on Wednesday. Special thanks to Miles, Tyler & Michael and their families – you made us very happy!

 

Keep smiling and have fun in the sun!laugh Let us know what you’ve been doing this week.

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

 

P.S. Message from Mr Starkey - You could be a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD HOLDER! TT Rock Stars are looking for the fastest TT Rock Star in the World! Check it out here - https://ttrockstars.com/page/gwr

Bonjour Y3! laugh Week 7 - 18.5.20 

What a busy couple of weeks you’ve been having! We have been very impressed with all the work we have seen so would like to give (in the words of Joe Wicks) ‘a few shout outs!’ Michael followed Mr. England’s National Academy links for Maths and had lots of fraction fun. Marcus painted a colourful rainbow, made a powered water gun and his own paper. Tyler and his brother have been busy growing cress, making egg sandwiches and building a castle. Outside his Grandma's house, John has been practising his times tables whilst doing star jumps so she can watch from her window - great multi-tasking! Jedi Miles came up with a super Star Wars Creature Creation as well as a fabulous One Plastic Bag Book Art. Harry also did an amazing job creating his Book Art including a mini washing line and real leaf weaving  - well done everyone! 

 

How did you do with last week's Book Art and Maths? Tweet or send an email mail about the things you've been doing - we’d love to see work from our Y3 girls too! There are more activities below (Week 7) including Geography/English about 'One Plastic Bag'. All tasks from previous weeks (including each week’s spellings) are still on this page; just scroll down past our pictures. Have you taken on any of Mr. England’s Daily Challenges? Miles was Y3 Champ this week completing 3!yes Can you beat that?!

 

Enjoy yourselves and get in touch if we can help in any way. smiley

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

MATHS LINKS THIS WEEK

 

Here are a couple of lessons all about Factors. Again, they are off the iseemaths website, where you can find a new lesson each day. Follow the links below for the lessons and feel free to check out some of the other lessons in the Y3/4 section.

LESSON 1

https://youtu.be/CkrdVOb7QUo

LESSON 2

https://youtu.be/hft_NL3T73w

 

Hello there Y3!  wink Week 6 - 11.5.20 

How did you get on with last week's main task? It was to begin creating your own 'Book Art' about our new story One Plastic Bag’ by Miranda Paul. The task was set for 2 weeks so you can use this week to carry on and finish your book. You will find this information in the first 2 documents below entitled 'Inclusive Curriculum & English' followed by more activities for Week 6. This includes a book review which you can do for one of the books you have read over the past 6 weeks.

 

It's been wonderful to see pictures and videos of the fun you've been having. We saw Cole busy doing an 'I See Maths' challenge, Miles making a  brilliant bird feeder plus Maximus and Tyler signing beautifully to 'Over the Rainbow' for Deaf Awareness Week.  Our twins have been busy too - Eme and Tilly were all dressed up ready for VE Day fun whilst Ethan and James have been cooking as well as testing their Hot Wheels cars! And looking very snug in their reading dens were Michael, Marcus and Tyler - well done everyone! Don’t forget to Tweet or send us an email about the things you've been doing, especially pictures of your 'Book Art'.

 

For other great ideas, just click on the links below for sites such as Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize Daily. Remember to keep up with TT Rock Stars, Spelling Shed and reading (then reviewing!) your own books.

Have fun and be happy!laugh 

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

MATHS WORK FOR THIS WEEK

This week we have attached links to some excellent lessons on Shape. There are 3 lessons for you to have a look at and try at home. All you will need to follow them is a piece of paper and a pencil or pen. They are really nicely explained and quite enjoyable...yes maths can be enjoyable! Do them in order, that way you shouldn't get confused.

1.

https://youtu.be/owj50rYAuNM

2.

https://youtu.be/AMl4MCv1aXI

3.

https://youtu.be/18CLBSzxYOg

*If the link won't let you click on it then just copy and paste it into the search bar at the top of the page.

 

Happy Star Wars Day Y3!  surprise 4.5.20 

We hope you enjoyed last week's new story One Plastic Bag’ by Miranda Paul. You will see we've added more activities below (Week 5) for you to try including some Star Wars fun! Our main task for the next 2 weeks is to create your own 'Book Art' about 'One Plastic Bag'. You will find this information in the first 2 documents below entitled 'Inclusive Curriculum & English'.

 

Did you take a look at the new 7-9 year olds BBC Bitesize Daily? We did them each day last week; they were lots of fun especially Super Movers and learning about plants in Science. There's also now the Oak National Academy with 3 lessons per day for each year group. We've enjoyed the English, Spanish and Music this week. Don’t forget to Tweet or send us an email mail about the things you've been doing. Last week,  Miles sent a picture of his SOUND poster, Harry sent us his Haiku poem and Tyler had a go at Jackson Pollock's 'drippy' art – well done boys! yesScroll down to the pictures to see their wonderful work.

 

This week is also Deaf Awareness Week so look on Twitter because Mr. England is handing his Daily Challenges over to staff from our DRB. It's the perfect time for you to teach your household about Deaf Awareness and sign language; you'll find a few ideas below. Remember to try to keep up with TT Rock Stars, Spelling Shed and reading your own books too.

Have fun and 'May the Fourth be with you, young Padawans!' 

wink Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

Hello again Y3! wink  27.4.20 

How did you all get on with last week’s tasks? We’d love to read your Haiku poems and see your St. George’s Day art so don’t forget to Tweet or send us an email. mail Michael sent pictures of his St. George’s Day LEGO and sketching – scroll down to the pictures to have a look! For something creative this week, check out Mrs. Cartwright's Crafternoons for our new artist, Jackson Pollock. You can make 'drippy' art in his style using paint, icing or chocolate!

 

You will see we've added more activities below (Week 4) for you to try. Our book for this term is the true story One Plastic Bag’ by Miranda Paul. Whenever you can this week, open the first document below entitled 'Inclusive Curriculum' and follow the instructions. This is where you will find the link to story video and the author’s notes.  

Remember to keep up with TT Rock Stars, Spelling Shed and reading your own books. yes

You could also take a look at the websites in our 'Activity Ideas' section including the new 7-9 year olds BBC Bitesize Daily. They are presented by Karim Zeroul from CBBC and only 20 mins long but cover lots of different subjects in a fun way!

 

Be happy! smiley Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

SCIENCE

Hi all. So, if you can remember all the way back to when we were in school, our science topic was SOUND. I have copied you a link here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgffr82 so you can try to remember some of the things we were learning about in class. I'd love it if you could re-watch those videos and then make us a poster about what you have learned. When you have finished get your mum or dad to email it to school and we will put it up on this class page.

 

Good luck, we can't wait to see your posters!

Miles has sent us the first 'SOUND' poster - it's brilliant Miles, well done!

 

 

Hello again!smiley  20.4.20 

We hope you all had an EGG-cellent Easter! You will see we've added more activities below (Week 3) to keep you busy. Remember to keep up with TT Rock Stars, Spelling Shed and reading your own books as well as trying I See Maths challenge for Y3/4, Elevenses with David Walliams and REAL PE. 

Don't forget to email us if we can help with anything and send snaps of what you have been up to. Scroll down to check out the photos we've had so far! Have fun and keep smiling! laugh

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

 

Hello to our lovely Year 3 and their families! 

As from Monday, it is officially your Easter holiday for 2 weeks so we've only added a selection of Easter/Spring activities. We know you may be busy with Easter crafts and baking as well as munching on chocolate (Mrs. Cartwright is especially looking forward to this!) Just remember to keep up with TT Rock Stars and reading your own books each day. We also enjoy the daily I See Maths challenge for Y3/4 and listening to Elevenses with David Walliams.

Don't forget to keep in touch by email mail and Twitter. We'd love to see and hear what you've all been up to. Take care, be kind to your families and we hope that the Easter Bunny is good to you! laugh

Mr. England, Mrs. Cartwright, Miss. Ratcliffe, Mrs. Fairclough and Mrs. Jakobsen

 

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