Spring 1 Year 3

 

Literacy:

The Man on the Moon: to develop initial responses 

The Man on the Moon: to describe two contrasting settings and characters

The Man on the Moon: to write the opening of a narrative

The Man on the Moon: to plan the build up of a narrative

The Man on the Moon: to write a range of sentences for the build up

The Man on the Moon: to write the first part of the build up

The Man on the Moon: to write the second part of the build up

The Man on the Moon: to plan the climax of the narrative

The Man on the Moon: to write the climax of the narrative

The Man on the Moon: to edit the climax of the narrative

The Day | Nation split over 'man on the moon' TV advert

SPAG:

To explore complex sentences 

To develop a rich understanding of words associated with sadness

To understand the two functions of apostrophes

 

Geography:

Where are the world's rivers?

How do rivers shape the land?

What landforms do rivers create?

Why are rivers important to people?

What happens when a river floods?

The 'water war' brewing over the new River Nile dam – The Muslim Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 3 Additional Venture:

Colourful Snap Cards — BearHugs Gifts | Send a 'Hug in a Box' Thinking of  You Gift by PostDesign and create a game of 'Snap'. Make sure that you have at least 15 matching pairs of illustrations.

Challenge a family member to play.