Welcome to Mrs Baron's Year 3 class page.
Remote Learning 1st - 5th March
Remote learning will take place using Zoom and Google Classroom. As with in-school lessons, all children must attend all sessions, unless school has been notified with a valid reason.
Please help your child log on to Zoom at the following times:
9.15 - 10.15 Maths Taught in Maths groups (M, Tu, Th, F)
10.45- 11.45 Literacy Taught in Classes (M, Tu, Th, F)
12.45 - 1.45 Topic 1 Everyone by Mrs Baron (M, Tu) Everyone by Mr Morris (Th, F).
2.15 - 3.15 Topic 2 Everyone by Mr Morris (M, Tu, Th, F)
On Wellbeing Wednesdays there will be a short meeting in Classes at 9.15 to explain the self-learning activities and PE for that day. The PE activity will be posted further down this page.
Please also read on Bug Club or your own book for a minimum of 15 minutes, and at least 15 minutes on TT Rock Stars each day. Login details are in your Reading Record. Practise your spellings each day for 10 minutes. When we are in school, we use the track for our daily mile. Instead, I'd like you to complete the 21 minute challenge each day. Please see below for more details.
Go to www. zoom.us/join and enter the Meeting ID and password. A timetable with Meeting IDs and passwords for Mr Morris's and Mrs Baron's meetings has been sent out by email. If you have not received this, please email email@example.com with the name of your child.
Resources will be uploaded to Google Classroom.
- Each day, please log in at www.classroom.google.com
- Login details and passwords are in the front of each child's reading record.
- The username will be in this format: 17(firstname)(initial of surname)@stacksteads.lancs.sch.uk
- For example if your child is named John Smith, the username will be firstname.lastname@example.org
- The children have all logged into their account in school, so should hopefully be able to do it at home.
Follow the instructions on the video below at home. Then try and get an hour of exercise in the fresh air if you can.
Daily 21 Minute Challenge
Instead of the daily mile, take on the 21 Minute Challenge. It features a list of activities that you can choose from and a route of a local family walk. The first week sets off from Haslingden. There's a helpful log that you can record our activities on. Please see the letter from Rossendale Leisure Trust below, along with the log sheet and activities sheet. The activity sheet will be updated each week with new ideas and a different walk. I hope that you enjoy these. Let me know how you get on.
Welcome to the Spring Term 2021!
We've got lots of exciting new things to learn and I just can't wait to get started! Have a look below and spot something that you might want to know more about. See what you can find out and earn some team points or even a special sticker.
Try these activities below:
Science - Growing Plants
Maths - Choose your challenge and off you go!
Reading - November 2020
Keep reading everybody! Remember there are lots of books to read on Bug Club as well as your school reading book. If you are enjoying one of your own books, don't forget to log it in your reading diary too.
TT Rockstars and Maths Week
Just a quick reminder - try to play TT Rockstars as many times as you can this week. If you would like to challenge a friend, use the Rockslam option and choose your opponent. Great fun!
It's almost the end of the first half-term! We have been very busy. Children know how to greet people in Spanish and tell someone how they are feeling. In maths, we know lots about fractions and are learning to write sentences with subordinate clauses at the beginning. To complete our history work, we have written some fabulous reports about life in the Stone Age.
During the holidays, please make sure that you read for 10 minutes every day. There are lots of books and activities to try on Bug Club. Log in details are in your reading records and you can click the link below to log in.
SPELLINGS WILL BE GIVEN OUT ON MONDAY - THERE WILL BE A SHORT TEST EACH FRIDAY. PLEASE RETURN SPELLING SHEETS EACH FRIDAY.
It's the first half term of a brand new school year. I have lots of activities for you to try and I can't wait to see you all. I've included some details to help you get used to being in Year 3 and being in Key Stage 2!
PE is on Wednesdays starting from 9th September so please come to school in your PE kit each Wednesday.
Please leave any bags in the Year 3 cloakroom and bring only your reading book and reading diary into the classroom.
Reading books will be changed on Mondays and Thursdays.
I have planned some fun activities for your return to school - no long division this week!
For the rest of the term we will be learning about FABLES and REPORTS in Literacy, money in NUMERACY and in history we will be looking way back to the STONE AGE. Science will explore ANIMALS INCLUDING HUMANS and PLANTS. In MUSIC we will appraise songs and play glockenspiels. Computing will teach us how to stay safe online and we will be using MAPS AND MAP SYMBOLS as part of our Geography learning.
I look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday 1st September. (Mr Morris' class do not return until Wednesday).
Mrs Baron :-)
SPELLINGS 22ND FEBRUARY 2021
This week we are learning the spelling and meaning of different homophones which are words that sound the same but have different spellings (homo = same; phone = sound). Draw pictures or do actions for the different spellings of each word to help you to remember which is which.
SPELLINGS 8TH FEBRUARY 2021
This week we are spelling words with a /k/ sound spelt with ‘ch’.
SPELLINGS 1ST FEBRUARY 2021
This week we are still creating negative words using a prefix, but this week the prefix is 'dis'. Try using a different colour to write the prefix for each word and then spell the root word with a different colour.
TIMES TABLES ROCKSTARS - use your login details to play at home and increase your rock star status! (Details stuck in the front of your reading diary.)
Click here to play:
CLICK BELOW TO LOG IN TO BUG CLUB
BBC DANCE MAT TYPING
Learn to use your keyboard quickly by practising with these games.
Here is a handy glossary of terms to help support homework. (Please scroll down to find the year 3 specific terms )