Year 3 practised identifying the ‘j’ sound by putting their hands on their heads when they heard the sound. They learnt the words to Deux petit ouiseaux – Two little birds, which they then sang with actions. Finally they practised Comment t’appelles-tu? And Je m’appelle.
Year 3 started off their first lesson of year 3 with revising the greetings they learnt last year. They enjoyed greeting each other whilst they sang The bonjour song.
Year 3 listened to the story Les quatres Amis , aciting out the verbs associated with each animal. They then identified,nouns ,verbs and adjectives in sentences. They were then given parts of sentences on cards which they then sorted to describe each animal form the story. They worked with a partner to sort the cards and then independently wrote sentences to describe each animal.
Year 3 listened to the story les quatres amis being read to them.They enjoyed miming the actions of the 4 friends to identify the animals. They also did actions for the house, sun and mimed eating an apple. The children then practised the names of the four friends by playing a game, where four children were different animals.
Year 3 started a new topic all about 4 friends who wanted to get an apple from an apple tree. They listened to the story and made up mimes for each animal so that they could participate in the re-reading of it. They then had a look at which nouns were masculine and which feminine. They finished off the lesson with a matching activity – matching new vocabulary with pictures.
Year 3 revised colours and agreement of the colours with nouns. They then used a given sentence structure to write a description of their own monster which they then drew according to their description.
Year 3 revised parts of the body and colours and sang Head,shoulders, knees and toes in French. They then were given a picture of a monster which they labelled with body parts, then colours. After that they worked with a partner to follow along with a description of a monster. They then worked out which monster was being described, was it the one they had in their books. To finish off they completed their monster pictures start last week.
Year 3, sang their head,shoulders,knees and toes song along with the actions. They also listened to the monster story again. They then revised body parts and colours which they then used to identify in sentences to draw a monster.
Year 3 did their weekly Head,shoulder,knees and toes French warmup. They then revised colours and the parts of the body by completing a matching activity on the whiteboard and then in their books. They then listened carefully to a story: Va’ t’en grand monstre vert,(Go big green monster) holding up colour cards and a part of the body that they recognised.
Year 3 started the lesson with singing, Head shoulders knees and toes in French. They then revised the main parts of the body. We then played battleships as a class, with the children drawing a face when they found the relevant part of the face.