Year 3/4

Our Passport to Learning

November 14, 2017
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Rainforest Cookies

As part of his topic homework, the lovely Angus in Class 6 made some AMAZING rainforest cookies. The best part was sampling them! They were made with natural ingredients from the rainforest and they tasted divine! Definitely a late entry to Junior Masterchef!

 

 

 

November 13, 2017
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Terrific Topic Work!

How much creativity, imagination and sheer hard work has gone into topic home topic books! We are just so impressed! To celebrate our success, 3/4 are planning a sharing event with other classes – we deserve to show off our incredible projects!

 

 

 

November 6, 2017
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Rainforest Fiction

From fantastic fiction such as ‘The Great Kapok Tree’ to ‘The Shaman’s Apprentice’ to ‘Fight for the Forest’ to informative non-fiction such as ‘Deadly 60’ , ‘Endangered Animals’ and ‘Tribal People of the Rainforest’ – Year 3/4 are certainly engrossed in their topic reading at the moment!

November 6, 2017
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Rainforest Animal Close Ups

Have you ever looked closely into a poison-dart frog’s eye? Or observed the shimmer of the scales on a rainbow lizard’s back? Perhaps you weren’t aware that a red-eyed tree frog has orange suction pads on its feet or that a toucan has a multi-coloured bill?

Want to be amazed? Then take a closer look at 3/4’s observational drawings of rainforest animals!

November 6, 2017
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Layers of the Rainforest

 

We have been learning about the layers of  the rainforest using a song to the tune of ‘If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands…’     Can your child recall the words to this catchy educational song?

There are layers in the rainforest, yes indeed! Yes indeed!

There are layers in the rainforest, yes indeed! Yes indeed!

Emergent, ………. and the …………..

There are layers in the rainforest, yes indeed! Yes indeed!

November 1, 2017
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Our Trip to the Amazon

Take a seat 3/4…switch off your mobile phones and fasten your seatbelts… you are now on a 5800 km venture to Brazil – into the heart of the Amazon rainforest …

  

 

 

 

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