In the Bluebird’s live Topic lesson this morning, we were exploring what Ancient Egyptian life was like by looking at examples of evidence found by archaeologists.
Our task after the lesson was to write what the artefacts on the sheet might tell us about the lives of Ancient Egyptians. The Bluebirds had some fantastic ideas and contributions in the lesson together and in their work – well done Bluebirds!
Do email your work in when you have finished! Here are just some of the Bluebird’s work from today’s lesson.
In English, the Bluebirds in year 3 are writing a non-chronological report about portia spiders.
We have started by writing an introduction to our report. In the introduction, we have told the reader what the report is about and included a question to engage the reader. When writing about portia spiders, we have used expanded noun phrases and subject specific, formal language.
Here are some fantastic examples of our introductions so far… have you written your introduction yet?
George was one of many Bluebirds joining in with the live lesson this morning – here is his topic work from the lesson. Fantastic work – see you tomorrow morning George!
This morning the Bluebirds at home and in school had their first live lessons on Teams with Mrs. Moore! It was great to see everyone and say hello.
This morning, our live lesson was PSHE. We were talking about our New Year’s resolutions, things we’d like to do, things we’d like to achieve, or something we were looking forward to.
Helen said her goal this year was to get more gold cards.
Millie wants to have more parties – in school and at home!
Daisy B’s best day of the school year so far, was our Christmas party day.
Daisy G would like to go to church again.
Amelie wants to spend more time with family and her Dad.
Krista can’t wait to see all of her friends at school again.
Rawan would like to be able to visit her friends again.
Here are the answers from Mrs. Moore’s spelling group on Friday 15th January 2021.
Amelie has been working hard at home and completed the English, Maths and handwriting. As a nice reward she made some slime at home too! Well done Amelie!
Eason’s home learning for Wednesday. Well done Eason!