IRON MAN by Ted Huges
Today in Literacy we wrote a description of the Iron Man. We looked at using adjectives and similes. We took each body part, gave it an adjective, then a simile before putting it all into a sentence. Below are some examples from class
“His large, metallic head was ridged like an old fashioned dustbin”
“His long arm was as long as a tree trunk.”
In year 3 today we have been learning about how to blog. We commented on some things we have done in class.
For homework please write what your favourite thing we have done in year 3 has been.
Our AT 2 question this term is:
How can we believe in things that we cannot understand?
What do you think the answer could be?
In class we have been learning about The Iron Man. This is a book by Ted Hughes.
We came up with brilliant simile and adjective sentences like:
His beaming eyes shone like a drop of sun.
Year 3 Homework (SPR) –
Homework due in Monday 29th Feb 2016
Read every day for at least 10 minutes. Please remember your child must have their book signed. Every fortnight children are expected to do a book review of a book they have been reading or have read, children can pick these up from the classroom and stick them into their homework books
Please practice: uiopa
- Are you ever angry? Think of a time when you have felt angry (at home, at school or somewhere else). Discuss the story with your helper. What happened to make you feel angry? Was it someone or something that annoyed you? What did you do? How did it end?
- Make a cartoon strip of the time you were angry. You are only allowed to have 3 pictures in your cartoon strip though! Think carefully about how you can explain the whole story with just a beginning, a middle and an end.
- You can include sentences underneath each picture too if you like.
Here’s the trick!
- Think of a number between 1 and 20
- Multiply it by 5
- Add five
- Double it
- Remove the last digit
- Subtract one
What do you notice?
1. Ask as many different people as you can to think of a number.
2. Tell them every step in order up to and including step 4.
3. Then silently, carry out steps 5 and 6 and tell them the number they thought of! Hopefully they will be well impressed!
A: staff, stiff, off, bluff, stuff, jazz, fizz, whizz, buzz
B/C: purpose, quarter, question, recent, regular, reign, remember, sentence, separate, special, strange.
Spellings should be practiced daily, please write them the homework book. Please also write them within sentences.
Mr Everden and Miss Patel
3 times table version
If you are interested in what the children do when they first come into class in the morning I have attached a sheet with their times tables and specific spellings on for you to edit and use at home. It’s a great way to reinforce