Welcome to P3 
Teacher - Mrs Orr 

World Around Us 
This topic will focus on learning all about pirates – their ships, life on board, the crew, treasure and famous pirates. There are lots of creative ideas around Pirates! Why not try some of these ideas at home in addition to the fun activities P3 have been getting up to in school :) 
*Treasure hunt- Create clues 
*Have a go at making your own treasure! You can thread objects to make jewellery, paint boxes to make a treasure chest. 
*Make a telescope. Use cardboard roles to make a telescope. What can you see? 

Rumble in the Jungle 

"There's a rumble in the jungle, 
There's a whisper in the trees, 
The animals are waking up 
And rustling the leaves." 
Click on the book title opposite to --> 
read 'Rumble in the Jungle' storybook 
Despite not being able to learn together for this topic, Primary Three have not let that stop them learning about the jungle and rainforest at home. We've only began our adventure so make sure and call back to see more of our creativity at home.  
Our transport topic has been very interesting. Below you will see some pictures of our Activity Based Learning. We has a role play garage and car wash. We made passports and suitcases for travelling. We created boats, hot air balloons and investigated the distance various vehicles could travel on different surfaces.  
Matching opposites during Home-school learning :) 
A wonderful piggy glossary - topic words are in alphabetic order and a definition is written for each word. Well done :) 
Shopping for items up to 50p 
Counting, adding and sorting 
Tens and Units Work 

Educational Games 

We are using Studyladder for some additional and fun learning activities that we will use occasionally for homework throughout the academic year. Click on the picture below to access the sign in link. Passwords can be found in the children's homework folders. When you sign in, click on 'My Individual Program' to work on activities set by me. Please email me if any difficulties.  
Class Gallery 
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