Thursday, 30 June 2011

Maths Morning that turned into Maths Day!!!

On Tuesday, Fieldhead Carr Primary School had a Maths Morning where 2 classes joined together to do some practical maths activities. Year 3 joined with Year 6 and together we made Maths Board Games. Both classes worked together very cooperatively, produced some super games and had a thoroughly enjoyable day. Below is a slide show of the pictures taken during the day;


video

Castles!!!!!

Last week we spent an afternoon making our own castles out of bits and bats that we had collected. We had a fantasticly messy time and then did a great job of tidying it all up, here are the finished products;

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Year 3 Golden Book Children (24/6/11)

Here are this weeks Year 3 Golden Book Children

Maryam
Maryam works hard, tries her best and sets a super example in class.

Elle
Elle is a conscientious girl, who always produces work of a high standard and is a valued member of Year 3.

Sunday, 19 June 2011

Golden Book Children (17/6/11)

This weeks Year 3 Golden Book Children

Kelis
Kelis is a polite girl, who works hard, is concientious and puts 100% into everything she does and always produces super work.

Abbie
Abbie is a quiet girl, who is polite, well mannered, caring and who always sets a super example to others.

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Useful websites

Here are some useful websites for researching the Tudors;
www.brims.co.uk/tudors/index.htm
www.bbc.co.uk/schools/famouspeople/standard/henry/index.shtml
www.luminarium.org/renlit/tudorbio.htm
http://tudorhistory.org/henry8/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/henry_VIII_of_England
www.historylearningsite.co.uk/henry8.htm

New Learning Log Target (15/6/11)

Learning Target


To research the Tudors.



What could you do?
- Find out about the War of the Roses


- Find out about Henry VII


- Find out about Henry VIII


- Research Henry VIII’s wives.


- Name his wives.


- What happened to his wives?
- Research Henry VIII’s children.


- Name his children.


- Did his children become Kings/Queens?
- Draw a Tudor family tree.
- Find out what roman numerals are.
- Would you have liked to have lived in Tudor
Times?
- Was Henry VIII a nice/good king?
- Write anything else you know about the
Tudors times and the Tudor Monarchy.



To be handed in by Wednesday 29th June

Golden Book Children (10/6/11)

Here are this weeks Year 3 Golden Book children;

Hannah
Hannah has worked really hard this week and produced some fantastic work, she always tries her best and has a super attitude towards school.

Joshua
Joshua is a polite boy, who always sets a good example and is a valued member of Year 3.

Sunday, 5 June 2011

Useful websites

Here are some websites you could look at about myths and legends;

http://myths.e2bn.org/index.php
http://www.planetozkids.com/oban/legends.htm
http://americanfolklore.net/folklore/myths-legends/
http://www.britainexpress.com/Myths/myths-index.htm

New Learning Log Target (25/5/11)

Learning Target


To research myths and legends.



What could you do?
- Read a myth/legend and retell it.


- Copy/print out a myth or legend.


- List some myth/legend characters.


- Find some pictures of mythological creatures.
- Draw a mythological creature.
- Research why myths/legends were written.
- Google myths/legends and see what results you
get.
- Visit the library to see if they have any myth/
legend books.
- Do you have any myth/legend books? If so,
bring them in for us to look at.


- Who wrote myths/legends?
- Make up your own myth/legend.



To be handed in by Wednesday 8th June


Golden Book Children (27/5/11)

Here are this weeks Golden Book children;

Olivia
Olivia is a quiet girl, who has a fantastic attitude towards school and who always tries her best.

Chloe
Chloe gives 100% to everything she does, she always tries her best and is a great asset to Year 3.

Golden Book Children (20/5/11)

Here are this weeks Golden Book children;

Keira
Keira always tries her best, always sets a great example and is a pleasure to teach.

Teegan
Teegan is a quiet girl, who puts 100% into everything she does and has a great attitude towards school, well done!