Here are our very enthusiastic Year 3 investigators learning about where different foods come from and whether they are fresh or processed. We decided that since we didn't see any chickens or pigs in the aisles that the cooked chicken breasts and sausages must be processed, never mind the tuna!
The children in Year 3 are working to make a very large character from our book this term. Can you guess who it is?
Mud Pie Mess!
What better way to learn about following instructions than to read a mud pie recipe. Here are our expert chefs in action in the Forest School. One child had the foresight to add a Top Tip to the instructions. Do NOT eat!
After learning about foods from round the world (fancy deep fried tarantula or raw blood soup?) and learning about the health benefits of a balanced diet, we decided to make our own crazy fruit clay models combining 2-4 of our favourite fruits. Can you tell what our fruit combinations might be by looking at the shapes and textures?
Forest School - We are Builders!
3RH built bug hotels today and will be building fencing for our new eco-zones and permanent dens.
Last term, we looked at the topic of Light in Science. This included creating and exploring shadows;exploring where light comes from and experiencing light and sound in the Science dome.
Welcome to Year 3!
We met a real life archaeologist today!
Andrew from the Kent archaeological society shared with us all of his exciting archaeological finds.
Using the objects we had brought in from home we made a timeline.
The children had some exciting questions to ask Andrew sharing their new understanding and knowledge of our Stone Age topic with him!
Here we are exploring and digging in our forest school just like archaeologists!
This term we are exploring the Stone Age and following the tribal tales of Ug,the Stone Age genius.
Come back soon to see what we will be up to.
Coming soon ....
Here is a snapshot of our terrific topic last term. We thoroughly enjoyed getting our hands messy and our taste buds tingling!