Welcome to Year 3 Butterflies

Mrs Dani Haviland

Class Teacher

Email: dani.haviland@hythe.surrey.sch.uk

Mrs Fogarty

Learning Support

 

    

 

In the Spring term we will be learning about 'Climates'

With a focus in Spring 1 on Polar Climates followed by Rain forests in Spring 2.

Image result for polar regionsImage result for rainforests t pet

If you would like to research your own information, why not try these websites:

Oddizzi (username: hytheb   password:butterfly)

Easy Science for kids

NASA

We also look forward to our trip to Wisley Gardens where we will explore their Rain forest as well as getting to create our own 'Henri Rousseau' artwork.

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In year three we have access to a fantastic website called Oddizzi where you can explore information about different countries around the world. 

Click on the icon below to be taken to the Oddizzi website. Log on as: hytheb  Password: butterfly

When playing the game find your name in the list and see if you can beat your classmates scores!

 

In maths we will be starting to learn our times tables.Try these songs on YouTube to help you learn:

3 times table

4 times table

6 times table

7 times table

 Why not try these websites to practice maths at home:

Maths exercises

Top Marks

 

Remember you also have access to Mathletics and Spellodrome. Use your individual username and password to log on and start competing against your class, school and the rest of the world! If you have lost your password please let your class teacher know.

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 In English this half term we are learning the story of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' See if you can remember the story and tell your families!

We will be writing discussions about whether Jack should go to prison for theft or not.

 

In Spring 2 we will focus on Poetry and how to write our own poems. The children will also be learning how to write their own Non-Chronological reports linked to their topic learning.

Please make sure you are reading at home every day and that you are asking questions about what the children have read to develop their understanding. If you are stuck for questions you can ask print these cards off of sparklebox and pick a different one each time.

 

Spellings will be coming home every other week. It is important to practice spellings in context so try writing the words in sentences. the spellings will be linked to the National Curriculum learning spellings objectives that we will have been teaching. 

 

Have a look at these websites for more English activities and games:

BBC Bitesize

Topmarks

Crickweb

Spelling games

 

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