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Week 8 (Sum 2 Wk 1) 01.06.20 - 07.06.20

Flower experiment

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Today, I had a go at one of the science experiments from the home learning grid! I’m going to take a picture of the flower every couple of hours to observe the changes. Can you predict what might happen? If any of you have done the same experiment, I would love to see your observations and predications! I’ll post my updates to let you know what happened!

Welcome back!

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Message from Miss Smith and Tom Tom

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Tommy Blooper

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Hello Year 3, 

We hope that you have had a lovely May half term and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with your loved ones in the sunshine. It is officially the beginning of Summer 2, so in the same fashion as before, we have uploaded this weeks home learning grid. Please feel free to have a browse through and pick the ones you'd like to have a go at. Remember, it is super important to keep reading and try your best to keep up with TTRS and spelling shed. We have been tremendously impressed with all your hard work so far so here's to one big final push. Please feel free to contact Miss Smith or myself with any questions or queries or just to send us some of the lovely work that you have been up to! 

Take great care,
Miss Lanaway and Miss Smith x 

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