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P3 - School Closure Tasks

  1. Be a photographer - take some artistic photographs of beautiful, interesting or funny snow or weather scenes and email them to and they will be uploaded onto the class blog.
  2. Snow Competition: Build a snowman or snow sculpture, take a photograph and email them to and they will be uploaded onto the class blog. A winner will be chosen when you get back to school.
  3. Write an imaginative Snow Story or Stormy Weather Story – set in a snowy land or about a snowy or stormy day adventure. Post it as a comment on the blog or email it to and it will be uploaded onto the class blog. Don’t forget your Vocabulary, Connectives, Openers and Punctuation!
  4. Read a book (or finish your reading book) and write a book review. Include:
    • The title and author of the book
    • Why you liked/disliked the book
    • Your favourite parts and why you liked them
    • Your favourite characters and why you liked/disliked them
    • Would you recommend this to others – who?
  5. Log on to and complete the tasks I’ve assigned to you to practise your maths skills.
  6. Create an A4 poster warning people of the dangers of bad weather, ice and snow – it can be for pedestrians, motorists or homeowners. Remember to think about:
    • Is it eye catching and colourful?
    • Does it give a clear message?
    • Is the information easy to read and understand?
    • Are there diagrams or illustrations?
  7. Create an A4 poster or fact file linked to our topic – Earth, Sun, Moon and Stars. Use white hat thinking to find your facts and green hat thinking to present your work creatively. Work can be emailed to or brought to school to share with the class.
  8. WOW words – write a list of WOW words to describe the weather. Email them to or post them as a blog comment.
  9. Become a Fashion Designer - design suitable clothes for someone to wear during bad weather. Draw your design and label the features of the clothes -think about what materials would keep people warm and dry. Think about a design for your pet. Scan or photograph your pictures and sent them to or bring your design to school to share with the class.
  10. Draw/paint a picture of the scene from your bedroom or living room window.