Regrettably I write this post with some teary eyes and an aching heart. It has come to our last week of the school year and to say it has been eventful would be an understatement.
Sadly, we never managed to return to class together, and it has been very difficult and very sad but I would like to let you know, we always will be together. You have worked incredibly hard, risen to the junior challenges, made me and each other laugh and learned some very wonderful lessons. So, before I show you your tasks this week, I have just one thing to say...
I cannot express how much I am proud of you all year 3 and how much I miss you. As we leave year 3 together, remember...
Remember you are special. Keep chasing rainbows.
Mr Crow :)
Let's look back at some of the FAB maths we have learned together. Below, I have found maths booklets for you that you can use this week and over the summer to remind yourself of the Year 3 targets. So, what you should try to do is an objective (one topic/theme) per day to help you remember some of the very important maths we persevered with this year. Have fun! They were totally free. Challenge yourselves, your siblings and your family!
Let's prepare for next year and reflect on how amazing and special you are. So, you are tasked with reflecting on YOU.
Fill in the ALL ABOUT ME profile sheet. Choose one you feel confident doing. Be honest, be truthful and sell yourself.
Learn how to write a letter. Then pick out the features.
Activity Three - Take your time! More than one day.
Use what you have learned to write a formal letter to your new teacher. Include
Art and Golden Time
Choose one of your favourite activities from the last few weeks and go WILD! Enjoy making rainbows, baking cakes, playing the piano or simply being creative!
Click here for your timetable! Its fun and it's free. It includes reading, times table rockstars and even the link for PE with Joe Wicks. It helps you with the order of activities and helps you keep track of your learning. Have fun.
Key Links for Learning activities.
Click on them to access...
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