The children loved being a Tudor for the day and learned many new skills in the Tudor merchants workshops. They also learned about Tudor banquet etiquette and entertainment by performing Tudor dancing, singing and plays.
Just look at these fantastic models that 3A have made of Anderson shelters.
These shelters were used during the Blitz. I really like the different materials that were used.
As well as models, some children chose to produce pamphlets or posters. More updates soon – until then…
Keep calm and carry on!
Two weeks ago, Year 3 began their journey to become space biologists, embarking on a voyage of discovery by growing seeds that have been into space.
Since sowing the seeds, over half of them have germinated! We will continue to record measurements and observations of the seeds as they grow.
We have been working on our multiplication skills in Year 3. As part of this we have been discussing ‘factors’. These are numbers which multiply together to make a ‘product’.
I was very impressed when these three children figured out which number, when multiplied by 200, would make 100!
Can you work out which of these is the missing factor? Explain how you figured out your answer…
___ X 200 = 100