Year 3 – Autumn Term – Rolling Stones. Literacy: We will learn how to identify the features, structure and layout of a range of texts including instructions, narrative, poetry, screen to page and information texts linked to our termly topic.
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We will learn how to identify the features, structure and layout of a range of texts including instructions, narrative, poetry, screen to page and information texts linked to our termly topic.
We will then discuss, plan, write and edit our work. After each unit our writing will be assessed and new targets will be set.
Regular focused reading sessions will help us to understand new texts.
We will be developing our number work and calculation skills, applying them to problem solving using a variety of methods.
Counting and estimating
Recognising 2D and 3D shapes
Calculations involving all operations
We will evaluate sources of information, gather relevant research to create a multi-media Power Point presentation about The Stone Age.
We will learn how to insert text boxes, adapt and change fonts, copy and paste images and apply animation.
We will be learning about the human skeleton, its purpose and the importance of the muscles. We will be comparing the human skeleton with animal skeletons.
We will also be learning about rocks and soils, creating experiments to test them. We will be looking at living things trapped in rocks, fossils.
We will be learning about Hindu Gods and Goddesses and
studying traditional stories.
We will be discussing, sharing experiences and problem solving about ‘New Beginnings’ and ‘Getting on and Falling Out’.
PE and Swimming:
We will be practising using our bodies to balance in Gymnastics.
We will be developing a range of strokes in swimming.
We will be learning a new range of Spanish vocabulary,
including everyday greetings and counting to twelve.
End of term presentation:
Creating a Stone Age Museum.