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Science

 

This half term's Science is all about 'Forces and Magnets'.

Children have explored the forces of pushes and pulls and have participated well in setting up investigations about magnets.

Children are encouraged to predict, write up methods, show results and make conclusions about experiments.

 

There may be some future Einstein's in the making in Class 3D!

 

History

Our topic in History is 'Who were the first people to live in Britain?'

Class 3D have been enthusiastic in learning about 'Stone Age People' and children have been using the story, 'Stone Age Boy' by Satoshi Kitamura to support learning.

 

Class 3D participated in 'Freeze Frame' of the story which involved mimicking jobs that Stone Age people did.

 

During the first week back, Y3 will have a 'Back To The Stone Age' celebration day where they will be encouraged to dress up as Stone Age children and participate in activities related to this topic.

Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura

Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 1 The boy fell down, down, down a big hole.
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 2 Dizzy and cold, he spotted daylight.
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 3 Om was a friendly, Stone Age girl.
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 4 At camp, they ate scrumptious stew.
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 5 After snuggling and sleeping in an animal fur,
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 6 he awoke to see people making fire...
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 7 flint knapping and making weapons and tools...
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 8 throwing spears at animals to kill them for food..
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 9 scraping animal skins to clean them...
Freeze Frame' of events from Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura 10 and chopping their meat up!

R.E.

This half term, our R.E. topic is, 'What rules should we follow?'.

3D have discussed and completed work about 'Moses and the Ten Commandments.' They have  thought about how these are important rules and  rules that Christians follow.  

 

Also, children have created posters of 'Fun Rules' that we would like to have on our playground.

The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments 1 Love God more than you love anything else.
The Ten Commandments 2 Don't make anything more important than God.
The Ten Commandments 3 Always say God's name with love and respect.
The Ten Commandments 4 Rest on the seventh day of the week.
The Ten Commandments 5 Love and respect your parents.
The Ten Commandments 6 Never hurt anyone.
The Ten Commandments 7 Be loyal to your husband or wife.
The Ten Commandments 8 Always tell the truth.
The Ten Commandments 9 Be happy with what you have.
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