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Where children learn to live and live to learn in an ever changing world

Year 3/4 Mr Davies

Wednesday 17th June

I have a cat called Luna. She is black with a little heart shaped white bit of fur on her neck. I love Luna very much, she helps to keep me calm during this difficult time.

Do you have a pet who is helping you get through this difficult time? Can you post a picture with a description on google classroom and say how he or she helps you? 

Tuesday 16th June

Look what I found in my garden.Have you found anything amazing in your garden?

what was it? Can you take a picture and post it on the classroom page?

Email me if you need log in details !!

 

mrdavies@malpascourtprimaryschool.co.uk

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

 

If you are thinking of changing your mobile device, DONATE YOUR OLD PHONE TO OUR CLASS!!!!

 

WE COULD USE THEM TO GET ON THE HWB AND J2E APPS

AS WELL AS THE ROBOT CODING APPS

 

WE COULD DO THINGS LIKE VOICE RECORDINGS, VIDEOS AND LOTS OF SHARED AND COLLABORATIVE WORK!

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

Monday June 1st 

Welcome back to the work on the website!

 

Scroll down to find hundreds of activities and links to sites that provide you with a chance to learn and discover lots of activities to keep you active and busy in this strange time!

 

 

CLICK THE LINK BELOW THE IMAGE TO SEE HOW FAR A SNEEZE CAN GO or WHY FRUIT CHANGES COLOUR!!!!

Click the link below the picture....

May Activity Idea

May 1st is an ancient celebration of welcoming the summer, abundance and prosperity. 

 

Each day of May, let's remember what we are grateful for. This keeps our mindset positive and our vibration high!

 

 

Each day, select something you are grateful for and write it down- 

you can draw a picture, take a photo, paint, whatever you wish.

 

Save each day and make a grateful journal.
 

Variations

Each day, you could choose a yoga pose to match your grateful art work and do that pose.

At the end of the week, you will have your very own grateful flow.

Or, choose a positive word to accompany your art work.

Monday 4th May - Hope you are all still safe and well? These are in the shared folder called "Year 3 and 4 home learning tasks" too!

Science Buddies - Try these or one of the others on the website!

Hello 3/4

 

https://www.sciencebuddies.org/ - Explore the science all around you!

Watch this short video then....

 https://www.the-sun.com/news/708612/oak-national-academy-lessons-coronavirus-lockdown?

 

Have a look at the lessons and the subjects for year 3 and year 4 here....

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom

PARENTS _ CLICK THIS LINK BELOW

 

Mini Computing Missions

 

Have a go at all of these ideas - they develop your computational thinking and organising and not all require a computer!

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bxFFXIBTfInLDLA0rqy3fXin9d-ZFuLM

Monday 20th April

 

Welcome back after Easter - hope you didn't have too many chocolates?!

 

Have a look at PurpleMash as i have posted more work on the 2do section when you log in - 

 

If you look at your emails i have sent you a screen shot of what the 2do's are called!

 

 

Look at the video below - then click this link to access lots and lots of free computing activities! 

https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning?mc_cid=b8b438bf50&mc_eid=12ded31434

BAREFOOT COMPUTING - Computational Thinking

This is "Jon Chip computational thinking .

Here's a challenge - I wonder if you can complete the well-being calendar for April

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories

 

 

Try tinkercad for free.....https://www.tinkercad.com/

 

Take a look below for lots of different things for you to be having a go at while your at home. Why not get your families involved as well!

 Lots of different activities to explore on Discovery Education 

 

Take a look at block coding in SCRATCH

 

In school we use lots of different activities to help us stay happy and have good well-being - Have a look at these and see if you and your families could give them a go

A few new ideas to keep you busy 

Creative Ideas - Why not get creative by doing some cooking, paper craft or making a rainbow 

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1UfaS9e-Yl6psMVGRjLJU7hQjdk2eoZAJ?usp=sharing

 

Relaxation Ideas - Have a go at some yoga and do some mindfulness challenges 

 

Some practical ideas... 

 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/

 

A little bit more help from BBC Bitesize and you can enjoy daily audiobooks from David Walliams at 11am

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 27th March -

 

I really hope and wish you are all keeping well as are all your family members too!

 

Remember to keep up to date with all the goings on in Britain by watching BBC Newsround like we do daily in class!! 

 

Look at all of these links too.... LOADS of activities to keep you learning everyday!!!!!!

 

Virtual tours including Buckingham Palace, Houston Zoo and the Great Wall of China 

 

Start the day with some movement 

 

Explore different books - https://openlibrary.org/

 

Twinkl is free at the moment - have a look at what you can explore 

 

Play some games with CBBC - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/puzzles

 

Some fun ideas 

 

Express yourselves with some craft 

 

Some more fun 😊😊😊

Year 3 and 4 pupils - loads of work set by Mr Davies is here..... click the following  link.....

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1179vJOqlzrT_WZI1vv12ENKrc7vijpxI

 

COVID-19 and Home Learning Packs for Self-Isolation

Please read this information

For all children that are at home currently; either feeling a little under the weather or self-isolating to keep yourself and/or your family safe and well, we have put some home-learning packs together to keep you busy. 

 

 

 

 

 

Parents and Guardians

Please note; the Government is requiring work to be completed if your child is well. Please ensure that they are accessing this work, reading with you as regularly as possible and going on Mathletics too.

 

All passwords were sent home on Monday 16th March, please check with your child if you have not received these from them.

If your child has been absent and has not collected these from school, please email  mrdavies@malpascourtprimaryschool.co.uk so that he can send these to you. 

 

 

Making welsh Cakes Pice ary Maen

Creating World War 2 Logos

Collaborating to teach one another the bus stop method to divide

Rubgy Lessons with Janice

Drawing Angles using a protractor

Commando Joe Activities

New Calendar Year.....

 

New topic - War and Peace

 

 

We are going to be looking at periscopes, silhouette art - Josef Herman and Ernest Zobole, submarines, coding and Morse code and lots of other exciting activities.

 

 

Find out anything at all about these things and share them with me via Google please!!!

 

 

 

Email Mr Davies using his email address...

 

mrdavies@malpascourtprimaryschool.co.uk

 

Tori James taught us radio communication skills and coding!

First attempt at a new block of information 
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