This week in Year 3 has been an incredible one when it came to our sentence stacking in English. The vocabulary we used, starting to master complex sentences and the difference between subordinate and main clauses have been fantastic. My favourite sentence of the week came from Harry Cantellow. 'The crow spied. The crow eyed. The crow gazed. As the evening regained control, the family went into the house.'
In maths this week, we have been measuring and comparing length and capacity. We completed some practical activities to help us understand the measurements better as well as using our reasoning skills to master the target.
In Science, we looked at what materials were magnetic and which weren't. We also discussed why some materials were magnetic. In topic we completed a fact file on Isambard Kingdom Brunel. We then wrote a diary as if we were Brunel. This was based around one of the days he was building the Great Western Railway.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend.
Miss Smith :)