Happy Monday Primary 3! We hope you have had a fantastic weekend and you made the most of it. Did you celebrate VE day? If you did let us know how you celebrated, we’d love to get some photos up on the blog to show off! Thank you for all of your hard work it has been great to see all the work you have been sending us in, we couldn’t be prouder of all of you!
For today how about creating a space scene using paint, paper and potatoes. If you have any potatoes that you aren’t going to eat, cut the potatoes into a range of shapes (with adult help!) that are space themed and you can design a planet and some aliens that could live on your potato are planet. Here is a short video to show you how to do this:
Here are today’s Number Talks:
4 x 11 10 x 15
4 x 9 12 x 25
4 x 21 14 x 54
13 x 42
547 x 65
Please read the second half of your books. For the list of books, please see Wednesday 6th May’s Blog post.
Please visit Four Triangles problem to try this problem out. How many different shapes can you make by fitting the 4 triangles back together?
Spelling words for this week
Spelling Words Week Beginning Monday 11th May
Rights Respecting Schools
Article 14 – Freedom of Thought.
Every child has the right to think and believe what they choose and also to practise their religion, as long as they are not stopping other people from enjoying their rights. Governments must respect the rights and responsibilities of parents to guide their child as they grow up.
Watch Article 14
Poppy gave us a great competition idea should you choose to take part. Visit Design a Book Token to download the template, then draw your design idea and send it to
World Book Day Design a Book Token Competition,
Book Tokens Ltd,
6 Bell Yard,
London WC2A 2JR
If you’re unable to post your entry, you can email a scan or photo to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘World Book Day Design a Book Token Competition’ in the subject line. Please remember to attach both your entry and contact details (on the second page of the template).
Thank you for all your continued hard work and dedication,
Miss Smith and Mr Woodward