Hello Year 3, I’m so happy today!! More and more of you have started posting your learning and work on seesaw and this has made me really proud! Keep up the marvellous work, children!
Freya – First of all, well done for yesterday’s work, it was fantastic. Now let’s come to your today’s work…Awesome story, Freya! Great use of paragraphs and speech marks. I loved the fact that in most of your stories, the main character’s name coincides with your best friend’s name 🙂 love it! Great job at trying your best to do the questions in maths! Remember, you are a star! Keep it up!!
William – Great to see your seesaw post today! It was such an impressive presentation on different types of soil! The cut-out picture of lion was also very good. I liked reading your paragraph on lockdown. It was good to see you catching up with your geography work! Keep up the brilliant work!! I Look forward to more seesaw posts from you…
Maisy R – What fantastic work, Maisy! Your science presentation was marvellous. I was also impressed with your Maths and English work. There was a creative writing work right after your maths work but it did not have a name, I am assuming it was yours…well done!
Jack P – It was so good to see your seesaw post and what an amazing layout of work greeted my eyes!! It was brilliant. I could tell you were hard at work! Keep up your great work! I hope to receive more seesaw posts from you. BTW, good luck at completing that jigsaw puzzle 🙂 You have completed quite a lot of it already! Well done!!
Darcey L – You are an amazing girl. I love the fact that you are so sincere towards your learning. Great work on adverbs, your English work was good too! Well done on your maths and History work! Superstar!! Keep it up.
Skye – Well done for such a great effort at punctuating those sentences. Looking forward to more work from you…
Tom B – Wow! It was so wonderful to see your post! You have made such a marvellous poster on different types of soil! Keep up the great work. Looking forward to more posts from you!
Igor – You are such a star! I did mention about the English answers yesterday. You forgot to put your name on it…The answers were fantastic. Let’s talk about today’s learning. Igor, you have made such a brilliant fact file on different types of soil! It is so fab. If you don’t mind, may be you can do a ‘show and tell’ on this as well! 🙂 You have been working so hard that you have plenty of things to do a ‘show and tell’ about! It was such a lovely transformation of silly sentences!! Your sentence challenge was spot on. As always, I was impressed with your maths work. It’s great to see that you are practising your spellings regularly. Your story was also lovely! All in all, you achieved so much today! Great learning, Igor!
Ella-Rose – Fantastic Maths work today, Ella but what has really really really impressed me today is your Science work! You not only made a fantastic poster but you also collected 3 different types of soils and you put them to test! Bravo! What a scientist!! Keep it up, Ella. I’m really proud of you.
Piper – Wow! It was wonderful to see your post! I am impressed with your grammar work, your work on equivalent fractions, your comprehension and science work!! It was fantastic!! But I am also interested in knowing how the fairy cakes came out. I bet they must be super delicious! You have tempted me to bake some as well… the pictures were so lovely! I saw step by step how that flour and batter turned into divine cup cakes…tempting! Looking forward to more posts from you.
David – I loved your science poster! Great work. The spelling practice was great as was your story! I loved the fact that Emma celebrated her victory by drinking watermelon smoothies, it sure sounds yummy! You punctuated your sentences correctly and I liked your maths work too. I could see all your working out! You are such a star!
Isaac – Very impressive poster on different types of soils. The pictures on it were lovely! Isaac, I ‘m so very proud of you! You not only did the assigned maths works but you went ahead and did extra maths work on top!!! Wow! Your spelling practice is going to help you become a wonderful speller and your times table practice will ensure that you are quicker with your calculations. I liked how you introduced Scrappy and told us what it was up to with the wool. I love your attitude towards learning! Keep it up.
Natalie – Fantastic English, maths and Science work. Natalie, you forgot to put your name on your Maths work but I could recognise that it’s yours from the book it was done in. Remember to always use your punctuation in your writing. You are a star!
Someone in Ash class has submitted lovely Maths work but forgot to put their name. The work was great, so well done but remember to name it.
Looking forward to more posts from you all!
Mrs Dubey and Mrs Phelps