World Book Day.
How fitting to be reading, sharing stories and facts from our favourite books with our friends and those from other classes too!
Year 3 have been building dens to protect their Lego (stone Age) man from the elements.
Year 3 have also been using Scratch to create their own Stone Age game.
All in all we dig the Stone Age!
Happy New Year
Year 3 prepare for the Stone Age by classifying different types of rocks.
Year 3 have been learning about both local artists and more established artists from long previous Centuries.
Here is some work about French artist Henri Matisse.
Year 3 have been studying the art of Henri Matisse. As a tribute to his famous collage 'The snail' we created our own collage animals. Enjoy!
We have looked at where a number of famous artists created their most celebrated works of art and mapped them on our European map.. We have examined the work of Henri Matisse and his famous collage The snail. As a result we created our own animal collages in his style.
Year 3 have been to look at the mouth of the River Mersey and the middle of the River Dee at Chester.
Year 3 are very proud to show the class's stained glass window which has been inspired by their study of Henri Matisse. It has been erected in the school playground for everyone to admire.
Children in Year 3 have been so inspired about their learning this half term that one child made his very own replica Stonehenge!
This week's Year 3 wonderful reader... He enjoyed reading extracts from his books and explaining why this was his favourite book.