The picture for this week came from a jigsaw puzzle that I did recently. It was called ‘Grandad’s Workshop’. There are lots of things to see. You might like to think about the smells that there might be around as well as some of the things that could be made or mended.
You have until 1st March to complete this challenge – good luck!
This time I want you to imagine what these new friends are saying to each other. What things would they be chatting about? As usual, choose your best 5 sentences. You have until 8th February to do this. Good luck!
Look at the picture below. Can you answer the following questions? Remember, when we make inferences we must use evidence! Prove your answers!
- What do you think is happening in this picture? How do you know?
- How do you think the children are thinking? How do you know?
- Where do you think the children are? How do you know?
- What do you think the children will do next?
Did you get a book for Christmas? What are your favourite stories? Do you have a special author you really like? What is the book your teacher is reading to the class?
All these questions can get you thinking about your sentences this week. Of course, you could just describe the picture!
You have until 25th January to complete this challenge. The winner will receive 50 house points. Good luck!
When I close my eyes and think about Christmas Eve, I wonder what Santa’s last meal would be before he set off on his gargantuan journey.
If I was Santa, I would devour hot, steaming sausages with creamy mashed potato topped with deliciously thick gravy. This main course would give me energy and keep me warm throughout the icy evening. For dessert, I would plump for a sugary biscuit (just like the one at school) to keep me alert should I have to escape from any family pets that might detect me!
What do you think Santa would eat for his last meal?
Try to use descriptive language.
Over the past week, Year 3 have been looking at how alliteration can help persuade people to buy products.
Using alliteration, can you make these Christmassy items stand out even more?
EG Dazzling Decorations.
Choose five from this festive list.
- candy canes
- Christmas tree
- North Pole
- sleigh bells
- wrapping paper
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Can you write 5 really interesting sentences about this winter scene?
- Who is in the picture?
- Where is the setting?
- What’s happening?
The winner for your class will be announced in our first good news assembly of 2018 and will receive 50 house points! Merry Christmas and good luck!
Today is Wednesday. Some people call it the hump day of the week.
Which day is your favourite day and why? Try to use exciting vocabulary!
Challenge! Can you use the subordinating conjunction when?
Welcome to your class blog year 3! There is going to be a challenge posted every two weeks on here. For this, you will be given something to write five sentences about. Your challenge is to make them as exciting and as interesting as possible! If you win, you will get 50 house points for your team!
For your first prompt, we are going back into history. Look at the picture above. You will see from what the characters are wearing that the picture is not set in the present day. You could try writing your sentences in the past tense.
Things to think about:
1. What era is this picture showing?
2. What are some of the occupations you can see?
3. If you were there, which activity would you like to choose?
4. What is different here to the present day?
You have until 23rd August to submit your entry. The winner will be announced during the Good News assembly. Good luck!
Well done to the following children, who each have received 10 house points, for designing a fabulous blog header: Ella, Daniel M, Sean, Alexia and Josephine.