Welcome to class 3, the busy bumblebees! 🐝
We all had quite a big shock when we came to school on Thursday! We think some of Santa’s elves came to decorate our classroom. We are so lucky! ❤️🎅🏼🎄
Missing all our lovely friends. Have a magical Christmas 🎄
Christmas Selfie! 🤳🎄🎅🏼
Congratulations Ruby for winning our fabulous class hamper 😆
We hope you enjoy our Sparkle and Shine performance. We have used our Bollywood dance moves to go with it!
(we are missing our friends loads - take care everyone) ☺️❤️
We are missing you all so much! Hope you are all keeping safe and we will see you soon
Write an email to Santa and wait for the instant reply! I wrote to him and had a reply very quickly.
Make sure you are practising your spelling when writing to him!
Email from Santa!
Choose a country and research facts about how Christmas is celebrated there and what traditions they may have.
Complete an elf profile!
If you were an elf, what would you look like? What would your name be? What would your clothes look like? Age? What is your favourite part of being an elf?
Research and find out facts about how Christians celebrate Christmas.
Why is Christmas celebrated on 25th December?
Why do we celebrate Christmas?
Christmas traditions - why did they start and how are they celebrated?
Remember to add any other interesting information.
Please have a look and practise our Christmas song Sparkle and Shine. See if you can remember our fabulous dance to go with it!
If your child is isolating, but well enough to complete activities - here are some ideas of what they could do.
Keep safe everyone
Remember all our tips and tricks we learned when writing letters. Use the success criteria to remind you. Try and make this your best letter yet!
The elves are getting ready to help Father Christmas. Choose 3 colours. How many ways can you colour their outfits so that they all look different? Colour the hat, shirt and boots.
If you cannot print the image, draw your own elves!
How many ways can you colour these baubles? You can only use up to 3 colours and they must look different!
Remember, if you can't print the image, draw them
Try these Christmas challenges, you can write the answers and workings out in your homework book.
You don't have to work it out in your head.
Try to unscramble these festive anagrams!
Continue completing Active Learn games!
Practise our money skills using the interactive games on Top marks!
Read the Nativity story, think and discuss why we celebrate Christmas
Last week we looked into Christmas in India.
Try creating one of those beautiful star paper lantern decorations!
Follow these instructions and templates to help you.
Design a class Christmas card (home task)
Create their star headband/crown ready for their performance
Write a Christmas list, explaining why you deserve presents this year - what have you done? Have you been kind? Hardworking? Excellent behaviour?
Make a list of presents they would like to buy for their family. You could make up the prices of each present and practise paying for them using coins. How much change would you need?
UNITED AGAINST BULLYING
Brilliant examples of our persuasive letter writing to the carrots!
Fantastic posters, bendegedig!
We have been practising our still life drawing skills today!
We have been reinforcing our money skills, paying for vegetables with our focus this week on the anti bullying story “The Carrot Club” 🥕💷
Showing off our ODD SOCKS for anti-bullying week - understanding that we are all unique but all equal!
Children in Need 2020
Well done bumblebees for dressing up and donating money to Children in Need!
Our lovely house captains and school council have been announced from our anonymous vote!👏🏆
Our door beautifully decorated with Remembrance Day and Children in Need crafts!
Hope you all had a lovely half term and are keeping safe! Please have a look at these activities that you can complete this week
Keep safe bumblebees
Write a Halloween acrostic poem using spooky adjectives, use this poem as an example and to remind yourself of acrostic poem characteristics!
Here are some adjectives to help you!
Write about Halloween in 2020 in your homework books, remember to use adjectives to improve your sentences
What did you do? What was different? Who were you with? What did you dress up as? What was your favourite part? Did you enjoy? What games did you play?
Keep practising number bonds, try and beat our class score!
Try this place value game! Can you get to the 1000s?
In your homework books, write about your half term. Remember to use capital letters and full stops correctly. Use commas where necessary.
What did you do? Where did you go? Who were you with? Was it different to previous half terms?
Remember, remember, the 5th of November, Gunpowder, treason and plot!
In your homework books, write about your bonfire night or describe the 'perfect' bonfire night!
Use appropriate adjectives when writing about bonfire night!
Write an acrostic poem about bonfire night