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Class three - Thursday 23rd April

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Thursday 23rd April 2020                                          
23.04.2020 
Good Morning Class Three, I hope you all had a lovely day yesterday! It was brilliant to see all the different work coming in. I was very impressed by Max D and his appraisal of the song ‘Lean on Me’ 😊. You had clearly put a lot of thought into your answers, Max. Well done.
I was also very impressed with Fraya’s picture and description of herself, and there were some fantastic pieces of SPaG work that came through so a very big well done to Seth, Florence, Tonweya and Matilda 😊.
 

  

 


 
 

 
These are your tasks for today. I hope you enjoy them.  

Maths
Well done to those of you who managed to get onto MyMaths and have a go at the online tasks that were set yesterday. It is really important that you try and log on, as next week I will be setting some online tasks where you will need to have watched the online lesson. Please let me know if you have any difficulties accessing this and I will try and help.

A big well done to Henry, Chloe E and Chloe H, Max B who did very well in the Year 4 task, and a big well done to Matilda, Abbey, Lauren, Hannah, William and Noah who did very well in the year 3 task 😊.
Please log onto the site for today’s tasks. Have a go and do your best.

SPaG
I would like you to log onto Purple Mash and have a go at the ‘homophones and near homophones quiz’. I will check to see how you are all getting on.

Writing
I would like you to produce a piece of writing in the form of a prayer to say ‘thank you’ for things that you are grateful for. I would like you to think of 8 things that you are grateful and happy about now. An example could be:

‘Dear Lord
I am grateful for the beautiful weather as it has meant I can play outside in the fresh air.
I am grateful for the smell of freshly cut grass because it makes me think of Spring and new life’…………and so on.


I would like you to take time and care over your sentences, think about people who are looking after you, things that make you feel safe and content. (I don’t want things like an xbox or video games). You can complete this in your workbooks, or on the computer and create some artwork to go alongside your work. It would be lovely if I could send some of these to some elderly people who live in my village who are feeling very lonely, I know your beautiful work would cheer them up 😊.

Reading
A massive well done to those of you who have received postcards for having achieved your AR targets and a big well done to those of you who are still completing quizzes and achieving higher than 80% 😊. I will be having a look later on to see how everyone is getting on.

A little extra…
In keeping with our ‘anonymous friend’ activities that we were doing before school broke up, I thought it would be a lovely thing if we carried them on at home. Now, we can’t do it in the quite the same way as we did at school so rather than being ‘anonymous friends’, I thought we could do ‘kindness tasks’ at home.
For example it could be: tidying a room, leaving a thank you note to mums and dads, making a sibling a snack, giving someone at home a hug……

 Learning Project: Viewpoints

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for you to learn more about different viewpoints. Learning may focus on physical viewpoints in terms of what you can see outside of the window at home, what others can see looking into your home and then progress onto personal viewpoints and of others. 
 
Explore any of the ideas below and see where the activity takes you. The ideas below are only a starting point really. See what interests you and enjoy exploring this topic!

Let’s Wonder: 

Draw a picture of yourself and label the drawing with the qualities you have. How do others see you differently? Ask people at home to add to their qualities. How are you different from other children in different parts of the world?  What makes you similar to other children around the world? 

Let’s Create:  
 
Complete an observational drawing of what they see outside a window in their house. Then get out into the garden and find natural forms such as stones, leaves, flowers and animals. Complete sketches, showing an awareness of different viewpoints of the same object. Remember to concentrate on tone and shading. 

Be Active: 
 
Move around your home and garden taking photographs from different viewpoints. Which photos do you like? Do the people you live with like the same photos as you? Why? Why not? 
 
Time to Talk:  
 
Talk about keeping safe, discuss different ways to keep safe. Basic hygiene rules, road safety, internet safety, water safety, being safe around the home, stranger danger. How do different people view this?  After chatting about these ideas choose one to create an information leaflet or poster to help younger children know the rules. 
 
Understanding Others and Appreciating Differences: 
 
Listen to different pieces of music from around the world, which styles of music do you prefer and why? ​Music​ Maybe you could learn a 
song by heart and perform it. Send us a video into class3@gfschools.co.uk
 
Reflect: 
 
Design your own ideal world. Would your world contain the same things as other people? Which things are most important to you? What are you going to include? 

I hope you have enjoyed todays activities, I look forward to seeing / hearing all about them. I hope you are all keeping well and looking after your Mums and Dads.
Take care, keep safe and remember to get some fresh air and exercise!
Missing you all lots 
Love from Miss Vetch laugh
 
 

  
 
 
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