Welcome to Mrs Baron's Year 3 class page.
Well, well, it's Wednesday! Wed-nes-day.
Here are some activities to keep your brain active and happy for today.
PE WITH JOE - Workout Wednesday.
MRS BARON'S MATHS GROUP - here are today's set of questions.
MRS BARON'S READING GROUP - GRAMMAR
Notes to read before you start
Apostrophes to show possession - these are used in words to show that something belongs to someone or something (e.g. the dog's collar).
Apostrophes for contraction - an apostrophe is used to show where there are letters missing when two words are joined together (e.g. do not = don't did not = didn't).
MRS BARON'S READING GROUP
It's choose-what-you-want Wednesday. Hurrah! Here are some reading choices for you:
A book on Bug Club (including all the bugs).
Read one of your favourite books of your own.
Read your library book.
Read your reading book.
You can read to yourself, someone in your house, your pet or your favourite toy. If you see a word that you don't know, find out how to say it and what it means.
GEOGRAPHY - Do you remember labelling the counties of England? Counties are the smaller areas that England is divided up into. We live and go to school in Lancashire. Find out what the symbol of Lancashire is and draw it.
Now find out:
- why it was chosen.
- what each part represents. (What does it show or stand for?)
Label each part of your drawing to show what you have found out.
Do you think there are important parts of Lancashire that are not shown or represented on the symbol?
Design your own county sign that shows what is important to you.
ART - See Mrs Bolton's page for today's art activity.
Finished? Great! Try some of the online activities here. If there are any that you enjoy, please write it in the comments section.
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Hello Honey! It's great to hear from you. Did you manage to get on Bug Club? I think you'll enjoy today's writing task. Have a great day. Mrs Baron
Hello Honey, Well done for having another go. Make sure that you are using capital letters for your username HD2 and lowercase for your password moon2 . The school code is bacu. Let me know how you get on. I hope you enjoy your books. Mrs Baron :-)
Hi Miss Baron, Really sorry, we are still struggling to get in. The account still appears to be locked and is asking us to reset the password. Emma
Hello Jaxon! It's great to hear from you! I'm pleased that you are enjoying the activities - very well done for completing them all. I bet you were great at them. The 'Taking Flight' is a terrific short film - I imagine you thought of some exciting vocabulary to use. I shall upload some more activities for you to enjoy tomorrow. Let me know how you are getting on with them. :-)
Hi Mrs Baron Iam enjoying my home school I finished all the work today and did PE with Joe . I enjoyed watching the video and answering the questions and found the virtual cave very interesting:-)
Hello Tom! I'm pleased that you are getting used to it. You are a hard-working member of my class. I am getting more used to it too. Today's work didn't take me as long to prepare as Monday's did. The most important thing you can do is keep going and before you know it, it will all be done! Remember the story of 'The Hare and the Tortoise'? The tortoise won because he kept going. Well done. Keep in touch. Mrs Baron
Tom says “it got a bit confusing at the start but then I started to get used to it” - so he’s definitely a little happier today, thank your for your lovely reply it made Tom smile : ) xx
Good morning Erin! I am pleased that you have started work and have already done your PE. Excellent effort, Erin! Keep it up. :-)
Good morning Mrs Baron Are you having a good time ? I have started learning . I have done Joe Wicks. Erin
Brodie - well done for completing today's tasks. * Gold Star * I hope you found something interesting on BBC Bitesize. It's a great website for learning. I think it's fun. Bye just now.
Here are the answers for yesterday's work. How did you get on? Let me know in the comments section.
A NOTE TO PARENTS - There has been a lot of press coverage about 'home learning' and the trials and tribulations. This is new ground for us all and we are learning as we go. It might take time to find a routine, there may be technical difficulties and there may just be some days when things just don't work out. It's fine. Please don't worry. We want learning to continue to be fun. Most of all, we really just want to get all of our pupils back healthy and happy.
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:
Here is a handy glossary of terms to help support homework. (Please scroll down to find the year 3 specific terms )
Keep up with your reading. You all have some new books to explore. Remember to complete the bug activities as you work through each book. I will be able to see all of your hard work and I'll give you a mention in the comments section.
If you are having any trouble logging in, please leave me a message and I'll see if I can solve it.