We had a great time in the Riverside Centre this week. We made shelters and we ate our lunch in them, which was the best part. We tested if they were waterproof by our leader, Ashley, throwing water from a watering can all over the den. We also played elves, giants and wizards which was a lot of fun. We’re very lucky that we’re going to the Riverside and we can’t wait to go again next week in our smart, new weatherproof clothes.
Tonight our Christmas cards are coming home. We used the theme of a robin on our card and used our handprint to make the body. The bird is individual to our handprint. We all enjoyed making our first Christmas card in Year 3.
In English, we have learned about conjunctions in sentences: these were called and, but and so. We used adjectives to describe and we learned to spell past tense verbs. In maths, we have been learning number bonds to 100 and over. We’ve enjoyed our sessions of “Big Maths” and we have place value.
In our Topic, we have learned about World War 2 and the Blitz. Some of us have brought in medals and photos and even a real shell of a bomb to class! Next week we are looking forward to starting our Missions in our Topic work.