Our learning adventure this half term has been the Greeks.
We have looked at both ancient Greece and modern day Greece. The children have had the opportunity to go on a virtual plane journey to Greece and experience a day at the beach, eating Greek food and climbing Mount Olympus. We have also had the opportunity to read a wide range of Greek myths such as Theseus and the Minotaur and Pandora's box. The children have been able to write their own play script based on these myths and have performed them to the rest of the class. We have really enjoyed learning all about Greece and cannot wait to continue on the adventure next half term.
In 3LB we are looking at the Greek Myth, Pandora's Box. We will be basing most of our learning adventure around this Myth but also looking at other myths alongside this.
Do you know any facts about Greek Myths? Why not complete some research at home?
In Maths we will be looking at a variety of different topics. Why not complete some pre- learning research to answer some of these questions?
Can you count on and back in 100's from 0 to 1000?
Can you count on and back in 10's from 0 - 100?
Can you count on and back in 3's, 4's and 8's from 0 - 99?
Can you read and write all numbers to the value of 1000?
Do you know the term perimeter?
Do you know that the perimeter is the distance around the outside of any shape?
Can you measure accurately each side of a 2D shape?
Can you read information set out in a bar chart or pictogram?
Can you read information that has been set out within a table?
Can you present information on a pictogram or bar chart?
Addition and subtraction
Can you add rapidly any 2 single digit numbers?
Can subtract rapidly any 3 single digit numbers?
Can you add together mentally any single digit and any 3 digit number?
Can you subtract any 10's number from a 3 digit number?
Can you add together mentally any 100's number and any 3 digit number?
Can you add 2 numbers with 3 digits together using column addition without exchange between ones and tens?
Can you add 3 numbers with 3 digits together using column addition, where the ones and tens when added make more than 10?
Can you add 3 numbers with 3 digits using column addition where the ones or tens make more than 10?
In Science we will be looking at forces and magnets.
Can you name the poles of the magnet?
Can you think of any examples of the push and pull force?
What three metals are attracted to the magnet?
What items around your home are magnetic?