Monday afternoon’s job is to start to create a “Visit Maghull” website.
Here is a picture of the http://www.visitliverpool.com/ website
Visit the website and make a list of the different types of information that you can see.
Search the internet for other websites that give information about visiting towns and cities, do they have similar details?
Working with a partner, using paper, plan what you think what a website for “Visit Maghull” would look like.
The next job is to start to think about what a real “Visit Maghull” website could look like by using Google Sites.
To access Google Sites, log in to your Green Park Google account and open up your drive. In the top right hand corner of your page you will see at set of nine small squares:
Click on these and there will be these options:
The option to choose is Sites.
There isn’t a help guide written specifically for Primary School children, but Google Sites, like the rest of Google tools is pretty easy to use. There is information atÂ http://learn.googleapps.com/sitesÂ and we will be learning together in class.
We are continuing with human and physical features but paying special attention to Maghull. Have a look at the presentation and to get that extra ideas ready, add to Y3’s Padlet.
This week we are going to make sure we get the Human and Physical features of the United Kingdom work completed. After Guided Reading (straight after lunch) we are going to give PE a miss and using iPads, the big map of the United Kingdom and your own research sheets we are locate six different features.
The link to the National Curriculum requirements of this area of study is:
A quick reminder of the difference between human and physical features.
Here are your research sheets for Monday:
We will be carrying on with human and physical features in Geography tomorrow. Forgotton what they are? Watch this very short PowToon to remind you.
The task tomorrow will be to find out about three different human and physical features of the United Kingdom and locate them on a big map. Get a head start on this task by contributing to our Padlet.
PE is gym and developing the symmetrical sequences is the aim. Have a look at this video of another school’s sequences. What do you think about them?
Of course there will be Guided Reading, so we have to keep busy to get everything done!
Hello Y3. What a great week you had last week. Skeletons and Chromebooks and Healthy Eating!
This Monday afternoon we are going to be doing indoor P.E. which is gymastics again. Symmetrical and Asymmetrical balances. We will be developing the ideas we started last week.
As well as PE we will be carrying on the work we started with Human and Physical features in Geography.
All of the resources for PE and Geography are on last week’s blog post.
Click on the picture and you will be transported back in time to this time last week.