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Winning House Team

Year 3

‘Reduce Reuse Recycle’

-What is waste?

-What happens to our rubbish?

-How can we reduce the amount of waste we create?

-What are the different types of waste?

 

Suggested learning:

Art - Create a picture, sculpture or clothing out of recycled products

 

DT- Design and make game about recycling

 

English – Design a poster to persuade people to recycle

Make a wordsearch /and or crossword of all the words connected with looking after the environment 

Write a story about the adventures a plastic bottle has on the way to the recycling centre

Create a quiz with facts about why we recycle

Make a booklet out how different materials are made

 

Reading-

Non-Fiction Texts and articles online about Recycling and Plastic 

 

Science - Light and Shadows (How light travels and is reflected and how shadows are made)

 

R.E. -  Forgiveness What is good about Good Friday? Retell the Easter Story in a comic strip or a piece of artwork

 

Music- Learn a recycling song  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOvcW8l3RzE

 

For information and research we would recommend:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/search?q=recycling&filter=newsround

RE - highlight what was good about good Friday e.g. design a poster, leaflet, create a piece of artwork

TT Rockstars  Year 3

Your child has already been given, and been using a password to access TT Rockstars website.  The children in Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 have been set up to do a more specific set of tailored questions on TT Rockstars each day before they can go onto other games.  

They will need to play 3 games each day in the Garage area before they can move onto Studio, Soundcheck, Festival, Arena or challenge someone else to a Rockslam.  This will help them to practice those facts in which they are least confident. We have set up the software to now automatically update the most relevant facts for them to ‘play’ and so learn and would suggest they play for 10-15 minutes each day.

Additional maths ideas to support home learning

Passing the Shine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIkG_R5C-gk&feature=youtu.be
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