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Good morning Chestnut class,

I hope you are all well on this slightly snowy morning. This week we aim to finish our maths unit on multiplication  and division. Although we are finishing this unit it is important that you keep up your learning of your timetables by challenging yourself on timetables rock stars. 

We will be moving forwards in time to the Bronze Age and I challenge you to be junior researchers, by reading and working through the information on The Bronze Age form Monday to Wednesday on the class pages and creating your own fact file, full of the things you have learnt about the Bronze Age. Happy fact finding and learning! 

Spelling this week, continues with words ending in, 'sure', like treasure, me hearties!   

We will continue with our persuasive letter writing this week in our online lessons because we really want those poor put on pens back!!  

Enjoy the learning and aim to to your best in all you do , but do, also make sure that you get outside for some exercise and lovely fresh air, to enjoy and appreciate the World around us!  



Morning! Choice of challenge, year 3 Scaling and for  those recapping, sharing and grouping. Good luck!

Spr3.3.3 - Scaling

This is "Spr3.3.3 - Scaling" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Spr2.3.5 - Make equal groups activity

This is "Spr2.3.5 - Make equal groups activity" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Today, practice learning this weeks words by practising writing them in your best handwriting.

The Bronze Age

Climb aboard your Time Machine and lets all travel to the Bronze Age.

Task 1, Print or create your own factsheet, included here, then off you go on a fact-hunt. Your task from today is to read the information and watch the videos that have been saved each day this week and record facts and drawings on the factsheet that have really interest you.

Task 2, Watch today's videos and read the power point and start adding information to your factsheet.

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