We love our Friday Gaelic football sessions. We learn lots of new skills and enjoy working as part of a team.
We investigated how shadows are formed by using our hands to block the light source. We practise making shadow animals with our hands.
Today we learnt all about keeping the beat while singing. We sang Bring Back my Bonnie to Me. We learnt a lot and had lots of fun.
We have read a fantastic new story called, ‘How to Wash a Woolley Mammoth,’ we even had a go at washing some mammoth fur (faux of course) and used lots of imperatives verbs! It was great fun!
First, we designed our Midsummer Night’s Dream theatre set and then we made our characters. We then moved on to writing a play script for a scene in the woods. We are rehearsing and will be performing for the rest of the class soon.
As part of our plastic in our oceans topic, we tested our knowledge of the five oceans and the six continents. With our partners we tried our best to remember where the continents and the oceans were. We then voted on the most accurate map!
We located our school on google maps and discussed what we could see and what surrounded our school. We then tried our best to copy the map in as much detail as we could, thinking about how this is a satellite image of our school taken from above.
We have been learning about when Jesus ascended up into heaven. We read scripture from the bible and decided to create posters to say goodbye. We researched how we say goodbye from around the world.
We have been making Stone Age necklaces out of clay. We discussed how real Stone Age necklaces were made out of bone and the teeth of the animals.
Here we are acting out a scene between Oberon and Titania, the fairy King and Queen. What wonderful actors we have in year 3.
We have been studying a Midsummer Night's Dream (the child friendly version) and are currently designing a set for our mini theatre production.