Year 3 Hall of Fame

All our home learning tasks are shared via our Seesaw app. At the beginning of each half term, the home learning challenges grid will be uploaded to Seesaw. The grid contains a range of activities and specifies the number of each type of activity (maths, writing and creativity) to be completed. Children may complete the tasks at any time but must have completed the specified number by the end of the half term. All completed work (or work in progress pictures!) can be shared via Seesaw so achievements can be celebrated. At times, teachers may ask children to bring their work in to school. The learning challenge grid for each project is shared below, as well as some examples of the fantastic work completed by the children. The 'hall of fame' gallery is updated at the end of each project to celebrate the children's achievements.

 

'Scrumdiddlyumptious' Learning Challenges Grid

'Scrumdiddlyumptious' Hall of Fame Gallery

As part of the home learning for their project 'Scrumdiddlyumptious', Year 3 pupils had the choice of many engaging home learning tasks.  They could choose to write a shopping list for their family's weekly menu and calculate the cost; make an alphabetic list of fruits and vegetables from A-Z; make an information book about a festival that involves eating a special kind of food or write an imaginary story that begins, 'You're not going to eat me are you?' said the...

Children could also get involved in the creativity home learning task by designing and making a vegetable instrument for the class orchestra!

Please click on the first photograph below to view some of the fantastic Year 3 homework from the 'Scrumdiddlyumptious' creative learning project.

'Predators' Learning Challenges Grid

'Predators' Hall of Fame Gallery

During their 'Predators' project, children had opportunity to create some fantastic home learning projects, including fact files, PowerPoint presentations, models and collage on the theme of predators.

Please enjoy viewing a small selection of the fantastic work produced by the Year 3 children by clicking on the first picture below.

Children researched fascinating facts about predators and prepared PowerPoint presentations to share with the class. You can view four of these below.

'Stone Age' Learning Challenges Grid

'Gods and Mortals' Learning Challenges Grid

'Gods and Mortals' Hall of Fame Gallery

During their 'Gods and Mortals' project, children chose three writing challenges, two maths challenges and a creativity challenge to complete, including making their own small scale model of a Greek temple.

One of the home learning project choices was to make a mythical monster out of recycled materials. We were very impressed with such creative models!

Well done to children in Year 3 for all their high quality home learning work!

Please enjoy viewing a small selection of the fantastic work produced by the Year 3 children by clicking on the first picture below.

Children carried out their own research and presented their learning in PowerPoint presentations. Please click on the titles below:

Greek Gods and Goddesses

Ancient Greek Philosophers

'Flow' Learning Challenges Grid

'Flow' Hall of Fame Gallery

During their 'Flow' project, children had opportunity to create some fantastic home learning projects, including creating fact files; writing diaries about growing cress, tomatoes and potatoes; writing the diary entry of a water drop; undertaking research about river creatures; ordering household containers based on their capacity, converting ml into l; creating water poetry; undertaking research into rivers of the World and presenting information about the water cycle.

Please enjoy viewing a small selection of the fantastic work produced by the Year 3 children by clicking on the first picture below. 

Children carried out their own research and presented their learning in PowerPoint presentations. Please click on the titles below:

The Ocean and Water Facts

Facts About Water

The Water Cycle

Below are four of the PowerPoint presentations created by the children to demonstrate their understanding of the water cycle.

'Mighty Metals' Learning Challenges Grid

'Mighty Metals' Hall of Fame Gallery

During their 'Mighty Metals' creative learning project children had opportunity to choose a homework project to complete including creating powerpoint presentations and then sharing these with the class, collage work on metal sculptures as well as creating sculptures of their own.

Please enjoy viewing a small selection of the fantastic work produced by the Year 3 children by clicking on the first picture below.

An example of one of the children's powerpoints. Super work!

As part of their project homework, children could choose to research different metals and then to share this with the class in a PowerPoint presentation. Click 'play' below to view two of the Year 3 presentations.