Year 3: Blog items
Date: 3rd Dec 2020 @ 7:43pm
In Year 3, we created these letters by using arrows and then editing our code in LOGO.
We used these commands:
arrow buttons, reset, setpensize, colour, penup, pendown
Date: 7th Nov 2020 @ 10:25am
If big numbers, really big numbers are your thing, here is a great little website that turns numbers written in figures into text so you can read them.
A space-themed game which helps you learn and practice reflections, rotations and enlargements on a grid.
A clever take on the 80s computer game where you have to arrange falling shapes to make complete rows.
The original version Tetris with different shapes that you rotate is good fun too and helps you develop shape skills. The whole site Mathigon is worth exploring.
A range of activities including tutorial videos using the amazing j2e tools.
Date: 14th Oct 2020 @ 3:46pm
Year 3 learners have been working hard creating giant mammoths whilst utilising their shading, hatching and line pencil skills. The corridor has even turned into a prehistoric cave complete with paintings and collaborative art projects.
Date: 17th Sep 2020 @ 4:03pm
This week in Computing we logged into j2e. There are lots of exciting tools to help us learn, including Spell Blast and TT Blast to practise our spelling and tables. It would be really great if children could learn their username and password.