Reading up a storm

Year 3 Cedar has working really hard on improving their reading skills this week. In our guided reading lesson, we are enjoying reading our class novel ‘The Stone Age Boy’ which has helped improve our topic vocabulary and has also inspired our writing in our English lessons and topic lessons. Read more…

Cave paintings

Year 3 have been recreating cave paintings this week. Using chalk and charcoal, children designed and created a cave painting that might have decorated the walls of a Stone Age persons home. Here are some pictures of our work.

Digging up the Stone age.

Year 3 have been archaeologists this afternoon, excavating Stone Age artifacts from sand. The children were tasked with finding and evaluation what the purpose and origin of the artifact was. The children did a fantastic job. Here are some pictures of our afternoon.

Monochrome art

Elm class have been looking at creating different shades of blue today using only blue, white and black. We then explored how we could use paint in different ways to try and create the sea ready for our beach painting at the end of the week.

The Lighthouse Keeper

We watched a short clip about a Lighthouse keeper. We then created the front covers to our books and wrote our own ‘Lighthouse keeper’ stories. They are amazing! Miss Gomm was very impressed with our writing.

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