Hello Welbeck Abbey!
How are you? I hope you are all okay and are working hard. I am missing you all terribly and wish I could come back to school but I am still recovering on my sofa.
I’m especially missing your brilliant writing so I’d love you to write a description. Here’s a picture of my cozy slippers: how do you think I’m feeling wearing these and relaxing on my sofa? Show off what you’re learning without me. Make me feel better with your writing. I look forward to reading your comments.
Be good and work hard,
This morning Mrs Cryer found she had a tweet by a author called Drew Daywalt and he wrote the exiting book The Day The Crayons Quit! Have you read the day the crayons quit? Because it is exciting, Mrs Cryer has sent a picture of her as the fabulous blue crayon, Ryan as the funny green crayon and Jamila as the lonely pink crayon. Last week we made a trailer about the day the crayons quit or a Oliver Jeffers book using iMovie with year 5. Have you seen our trailers?
Tags : drewdaywalt, Letmeentertainyou, Lewis, Reading
Although we witnessed a technical hitch this morning, Welbeck Abbey still produced some outstanding writing for the blog.
Here are the best bits. Well done Lewis and Oskar!
Fireworks at the Eifel Tower in Paris, France.
via Eifel Tower Fireworks Cinemagraph | Gifrific.
Show the world your best descriptive writing!
Recently, in Welbeck Abbey we have taken a huge step in the standard of our home learning. Our topic is ‘Celebrations’ so, over half term, we worked with family and friends to make lots of exciting things to do with different celebrations.
Mrs Cryer is really proud of our home learning and so are we!
This week is the first week of our Reading Promotion, and we are loving it! Did you know, we get to drop everything and read? We even stop our work so we can enjoy a good book!
In Year 3, we are focusing on an author called Oliver Jeffers. You might be interested to know that he is not just an author; he is an illustrator as well.
This week we have been making up conversations between the two main characters in a book called ‘Lost and Found’. Amethyst and Emerald groups, what do you think these two characters are saying to one another?
Last week, Welbeck Abbey won the Attendance award for 100% attendance all week, and as a reward we baked bread. It was fun and floury but look at the results!
What great work, Welbeck. I can’t wait to eat them!
In Welbeck Abbey we are very proud of our Home Learning. We like to share what we have learned in school with our family and friends and we like to show off how creative we can be. Some of us are really starting to show off how we have grown into mature, responsible Year 3′s in our Home Learning. Have a look at these fabulous examples of our homework and let us know what you think. Remember, keep your comments kind, helpful and specific, oh, and very well written!
Welbeck Abbey class; we have an incredibly exciting year ahead with wonderful experiences , fun challenges and amazing trips. But what do you want to achieve this year? By the end of this year, what do you want to be able to do?