Onthank Primary 3

December 9, 2020
by eatracey.hamilton@glow
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Diary Dates

Some dates to remember over the next week:

1.  Friday – Christmas jumper official charity day (donations welcome)

2.  Tuesday – Christmas parties taking place in classrooms at some point during throughout the day.

3. next Thursday – Santa dash at 11.05 (each class is starting at a different position and doing 2 laps of school.  Children can wear anything Santa related and donations from P3 go to Dog’s Trust)

Thanks for all your support over the last few weeks and we hope to have a great final week before Christmas.

November 30, 2020
by eacaroline.strain@glow
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P3S Christmas Crafts

Online Christmas Fayre

P3S have been very busy Christmas Elves making Christmas decorations to sell in our Christmas Fayre.

We are selling salt dough stars or angels and woven Christmas Trees.

They are available for sale now!

Price list-

1 Salt dough star OR angel- £1

1 Woven Christmas Tree- £1

**** Special Offer****

***3 for 2***    

1 Salt dough star OR angel + 1 woven Christmas Tree- £2

GET AN ADDITIONAL SALTDOUGH DECORATION FREE!

Mrs Strain and P3S Christmas Elves x

November 12, 2020
by eatracey.hamilton@glow
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PATHS Lesson

This year we are beginning a new curriculum called the PATHS Programme.  We will have PATHS lessons twice a week during which we will cover many topics including: Friendship, Recognise and Understand Feelings, Use Thinking Skills and ways to solve problems.

We would like to ask your assistance in occasionally helping your child complete a Home Activity.  You will already find children coming home with Compliments Lists for them too.  We will keep you up-to-date as we are going along.  If you have any questions, please let us know.  This is a whole school initiative and will continue throughout their full education.

Team P3

November 8, 2020
by earhiannon.nelson@glow
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P3 Homework Week beginning 9.11.20

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It is a busy week this week with Remembrance Day on Wednesday, followed by Children in Need celebrations on Friday.

Please check the main school blog page for more information about the plans for Children in Need on Friday. You will need to scroll down the main page a little bit and click on the link provided.

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/ea/onthankps/

 

Read on below for details of the homework for this week.

 

Homework 9.11.20

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This week we will be learning the phoneme ‘ow‘ in Primary 3. Some words that contain the phoneme ‘ow’ are:

owl       brown       growl       now       crown       allow       cow

Here are a couple of videos to help you to practise the ow phoneme.

Click on the link below for a Geraldine video clip.

https://youtu.be/GJtvjxBYg7I

This next video is quite a funny one to practise the ow phoneme. Please use your lovely Scottish accent rather than the American one on the video though!

https://youtu.be/HWIXnIX9yY0

 

Our common words for this week are:

how

where

now

too

For homework please practise reading and spelling these common words and the words using this weeks ‘ow‘ phoneme from the list above. Remember that you can look out for this weeks phoneme and common words when you are reading too.

Click on the link below to see some fun active spelling ideas that you could choose from.

Active Spelling Strategies

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Remember to log into your Bug Club account and choose books to read. By clicking on the ‘bugs’ that appear on the pages you can practise your reading comprehension too. Don’t forget that you can go into your Bug Club Library to read books again. This is a good way of improving the fluency of your reading, as the story and tricky words will already be familiar to you.

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Check the Heinemann Active Maths link in Bug Club too as your teacher may have allocated you a maths game to practise learning that we have done in class.

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If you are struggling to log in to your Bug Club account then you could try accessing through the Google Chrome browser, try updating ‘cookie’ settings or ask your teacher/school for help.

Happy Learning,

Mrs Nelson and Team P3!

November 2, 2020
by earhiannon.nelson@glow
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P3 Homework Week Beginning 2.11.2020

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Happy Monday Primary 3!

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We hope you all had a lovely time celebrating Halloween with your family over the weekend. 

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This week we will be learning the phoneme ‘ew‘ in Primary 3. Some words that contain the phoneme ‘ew’ are:

flew   stew   grew   drew   few   new   crew   jewel

Here are a couple of videos to help you to practise the ew phoneme:

Click on the link below for a Mr Thorne video clip.

https://youtu.be/30O9NWnbDpA

 

The Alphablocks also practise different ways of making the ‘ew’ sound.

Our common words for this week are:

what

many 

soon 

book

For homework you could practise reading and spelling these common words and the words using this weeks ‘ew‘ phoneme from the list above. Remember that you can look out for this weeks phoneme and common words when you are reading too. 

Click on the link below to see some fun active spelling ideas that you could choose from. 

Active Spelling Strategies

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Remember that you can log into your Bug Club account and choose books to read. By clicking on the ‘bugs’ that appear on the pages you can practise your reading comprehension too. Don’t forget that you can go into your Bug Club Library to read books again. This is a good way of improving the fluency of your reading, as the story and tricky words will already be familiar to you.

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Check the Heinemann Active Maths link in Bug Club too as your teacher may have allocated you a maths game to practise learning that we have done in class.

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If you are struggling to log in to your Bug Club account then you could try accessing through the Google Chrome browser or ask your teacher/school for help. 

Happy Learning, 

Mrs Nelson and Team P3!

 

 

October 27, 2020
by earhiannon.nelson@glow
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Primary 3 Dean Park Ranger Session – Thursday 29th October 2020

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On Thursday our very lucky Primary 3 classes will each be taking part in an outdoor learning session with Rangers from the Dean Park. The Rangers are coming to work with us outside in areas near to the school (we are not going to the Dean Park on this occasion). This will be an exciting opportunity to explore and learn more about the nature right on our doorstep! 

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Please could all children come to school with waterproof jackets and wellies (if possible or suitable outdoors footwear), so that they are dressed appropriately and can stay cosy, dry and enjoy their time learning outside.

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It looks like the weather might be quite wet on Thursday, so it would be a good idea to also bring a change of trousers, socks and shoes to change into afterwards in case we get wet. 

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The session times have been organised so that children will have their usual snack and lunch times in school. 

There are sure to be some excited children coming home and keen to tell you all about their learning on Thursday! 

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October 26, 2020
by eacaroline.strain@glow
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This week’s homework

Hi P3,

This week our joined phoneme is – au

Some words with this spelling pattern are-

dinosaur

haunt

launch

August

Autumn

vault

Can you think of some more?

Here are some YouTube clips to help you

 

 

 

 

 

The common words this week are-

because

week

keep

when

Happy Learning!

Mrs Strain

Team P3

October 26, 2020
by eatracey.hamilton@glow
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House Logo Homework

Pupils have been issued with a competition to design a new logo for their Sports’ Colour/Team.  They have a sheet home with them to draw their design and say what them to draw their particular design.

Completed forms can be returned to school as soon as they are done or bring back for Friday if possible.  Thanks

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