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Welcome to 3P and 3R 2020-2021

Monday 14th - Friday 18th December

English

We have been working this week on writing our own narratives based on the story of 'The Christmas Eve Tree'.

We planned it, talked it, wrote it, edited it and then wrote it up neatly.

Some of the stories show how hard the children have been working and how much they have improved over this term.

Well done!

 

 

Spellings

Please continue to practice spellings.

These are the spellings which children are expected to know by the end of year 4. 

It is never too late to start practicing them and making sure your child knows how to spelling them. 

Maths

We have been learning about perimeter and how to work out perimeters of different shapes.

 

We used cubes to make our own perimeters around different animals and then worked out how many cubes they were.

Our challenge was to see how many different shapes we could make with the perimeter of just 24 cubes.

 

Finally we then looked at how to work out perimeters of different shapes. 

 

What shapes can you find the perimeter of at home?  How will you work it out?

You can use a ruler, tooth picks, cubes, straws or something else.

 

Times tables

Please make sure you continue to practice your times tables over the holidays.

We have learnt the 2, 5, 10, 3, 4 and 8 times tables.  

Use the online game 'Hit the Button' to help you https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Remember to go onto Google Classroom to complete the times table questionnaire sent out by Miss Summers.  

 

Topic

We have had a great term learning all about Metals, Forces and Magnets.

If you are looking for a project to do over the holidays then try making a friend for The Iron Man.

See the attached sheet to find our how you can do it.

 

 

 

Finally, Thank You to everyone for all your support during this first term. 

It has been challenging, getting back to school after 6 months off and then adapting everything to suit the needs of the times.

It has been great working with your children and we look forward to seeing them in January.

We hope you have a lovely, restful holiday.

Yours

The Year 3 Team

Monday 7th - Friday 11th December

English

This week we have been reading the book 'The Christmas Eve Tree'.  We have spoken about the moral of the story and what 'moral' means. One of the morals of this that you can never tell what something or someone will grow up to be given time and care.  

What other stories have morals?  Read a story with your child and discuss what the moral/message of the story is.

Next week we will be using this book to write our own narrative.  We will be focusing on presentation and handwriting as well.

 

Maths

We have been learning about shapes and angles this week in maths.

We have learnt about right angles, parallel lines, perpendicular lines and polygons. 

Look at this picture by Kandinsky and see how many -

  • right angles
  • parallel lines
  • perpendicular lines
  • polygons

you can find. 

 

We won't be having a times table test next week as it is full of Christmas activities however please continue to practice the 2, 5, 10, 3, 4 and 8 times tables.

The children need to have a quick recall of these facts to be able to progress.

The link below has good online games to help you practice

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/category/7/multiplication-and-division

 

Topic

We have continued our topic on metals.  We looked at what metal looks like when it melts and thought of words to describe it.  We then wrote out our own poem about metals using adjectives, verbs and similes.

To end the week we had an art day where we embossed foil using a range of techniques.  

Embossed Foil

Spellings High Frequency Words - will be tested on Thursday 17th December

Thank you to the PTA for the fantastic raffle and thank you to the parents who supported it by donating goodies and buying tickets. 

Thank you to everyone for sending their child in Christmas jumpers on Friday.  Everyone looked great.

Next week year 3 will be having our Christmas lunch on Wednesday followed by a panto online.  Children can come to school wearing party clothes for that day. 

Please check the newsletter for lunches for next week.

 

Have a good weekend

The Year 3 Team

Monday 30th November - Friday 4th December

 

English

This week we have been continuing our learning around the book 'Coming to England' by Floella Benjamin. We have learnt our to write our very own autobiographies! We have discussed the different features of autobiographies and planned one about ourselves. We have learnt how to write in the first person and past tense to do this.

Autobiographies are a great, engaging text for your child to read about their favourite famous people! See if you can encourage your child to read one, or read one together!

 

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been revising the properties of 2D and 3D shapes. We have been using vocabulary such as faces, edges and vertices. Ask your child what each of these words and see if they can remember! Challenge your child to say the names of as many shapes as they can think of!

We have been using mirrors this week to see if a shape is symmetrical or not. We have been drawing lines on to show symmetry. Look at the sheet below and see if you can find all the lines of symmetry.

Find the lines of symmetry in these shapes

Topic

 

To carry on our topic 'Mighty Metals' we carried out an experiment to see what would clean pennies the best. We discussed how to make our experiment fair and made predictions. Once we had completed the experiment we concluded our results.

The liquids we used to clean pennies were:

- Lemon Juice

- Water

- Ketchup

- Coke

- Vinegar

Why not try this experiment at home and see which one you find works the best.

Spellings to learn to be tested on Friday 11th

Times Tables Test on Wednesday 9th December

 

Please help your child to learn their 8 x tables. 

Please could you send any empty cereal boxes or pizza boxes into school by Friday 11th December please. Thank you.

Monday 23rd - Friday 27th November

 

English

This week we have been reading the picture book called 'Coming to England' by Floella Benjamin. It recounts her and her family's journey to England and the struggles they faced.

The children have ordered events from the story and have written descriptively using expanded noun phrases.

Use the link below to listen to the story with your child.

 

Maths

In Maths this week we have continued to work on column subtraction. We have been practising how to exchange from another column. We will revisit this later in the year to ensure the children have remembered this learning. Please continue to practise number facts with your children using the Hit the Button website which is linked below.

Topic

 

This week we have been continuing our learning on magnetic materials. We used forcemeters to test the strength of two different types of magnets.

The children learnt how to conduct a fair test by repeating the experiment to make sure our results were as accurate as possible.

We have learnt how some magnets can attract or repel each other. 

 

See if your child can remember which poles of a magnet attract and repel

Times Tables Test - Tested on Wednesday 2nd December

Please help your child to learn their 3 times tables. Thank you.

Spellings to be tested on Friday 4th December

Monday 16th - Friday 20th November

English

This week in English we have been reading the book 'Three by the Sea ' by Mini Grey.  It is a lovely book about three friends who are happy until a strange fox comes along.  Have a look at the book here - 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdCazdfk8Lc

 

The author forgot to add speech marks in the text so we improved the book by adding in correct punctuation to show who is speaking.

 

We also tried to improve our writing by making our sentences longer 

1) add in 'and'

2) add in a conjunction (because, although, but ..)

3) add in an adverb (quickly, quietly, suddenly)

4) add in a preposition (on, next to, beside, around)

5) add in adjectives

See if you can do this with the sentence "The fox arrived at the house."

 

Maths

We have been learning how to do column subtraction.  We have used lots of practical resources to take away from the ones and then the tens.  If there are no ones then we have to take a 10 away and replace it with ten 1s.

The children have also been trying to write their numbers in a box and make sure that the 10s are under the 10s and the ones are under the ones.

It is important to make sure that the final answer is SMALLER than the starting number. 

 

 

 

 

Timestable test

We will be testing the children on their 4 timestables again next Wednesday (25th) as there are still lots of children who do not know it.

Please use the 'Hit the Button' website to practice this with your child.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

 

Topic

We have been looking at forces and magnets this week in science.  The children had a great time going on a magnetic hunt.  See how many things you can find in your house which are magnetic.

 

For PSHE we have been celebrating Anti-bullying week and #JustTalkHerts.

At this time it is so important that we are aware of our children's mental health and well-being and talking to the children is of upmost importance.  The children have been talking about what makes them sad and then as a class we have tried to say how we can change that.

For anti-bullying week we all wore odd socks to celebrate our differences and then made a jigsaw piece which we will put together to make one big puzzle showing how we are all different but together we make something amazing.

 

Spellings - to be learnt for Friday 27th November

 

Thank you to everyone who was able to log onto parents meeting and discussing your child's progress with us.  If you were unable to get in touch we will try and catch you at the end of the day next week. 

It is great working with you and thank you for your support.

 

Have a great weekend

The Year 3 team

Monday 9th - Friday 13th November

English

We have continued to read Mini Rabbit Not Lost by John Bond.  We have been learning how to make our writing more interesting by using good sentence starters and conjunctions.  Look at the words below and see if they can help you make your sentences more exciting. 

 

Maths

This week we have been learning how to do formal written methods to help us with addition.  We have set out numbers in columns and added the ones, then the tens and then the 100s.

Then we looked at how we regroup our ones if it is more than 9.  We have to exchange ten 1s for one 10.

We practiced this with rods and cubes before we drew it out.  Finally we wrote it using numbers.

 

TimesTables

Children will now be tested on a Wednesday.

This week children will be tested on the 4 times table.

Please practice this with your child.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spellings

We will now be sending out different spellings for your child to learn.

The ones below are to be learnt for Thursday 19th November

Topic

It has been a fun week learning all about forces.  We made spinners, parachutes and investigated which material is best for a large lego brick to slide down.  We then discussed which forces were in action in all the activities.  

 

Parents Evening

We look forward to seeing you all virtually for our parents evening next week.  If you haven't done so already please make sure you sign up. 

 

Have a lovely weekend.

The Year 3 Team

Monday 2nd November - Friday 6th November

 

Welcome back after half term! We hope you all managed to have a restful break. The children have come back into school well and ready to learn.

 

English

Our English work this week as been based on the book 'Mini Rabbit Not Lost' by John Bond. We have been considering the feelings and emotions of the characters at different parts of the story. We have been continuing our work on writing expanded noun phrases. This is when we choose two adjectives to describe a noun. For example, a dark, gloomy cave.

To extend our writing, we have learnt how to include dialogue between two characters in our writing. We have learnt how to add the correct punctuation in too!

Maths

 

In Maths this week, we have been learning how to subtract numbers mentally by using known facts.

For example:

 

We know that 7 - 2 = 5

This means that we know:

70 - 20 = 50

700 - 200 = 500

 

We then challenged ourselves to use these facts to complete subtractions like: 770 - 20 =

 

Please practise your child's subtraction skills at home. The Topmarks website is a great resource with games to support child's number knowledge. You can find the link below.

 

 

Topic

 

This week we have started our topic, Mighty Metals.

We have considered what forces are and how they can act upon an object making it move in different ways. We have thought about how favourite piece of playground equipment and what forces act upon them. The children drew a piece of equipment and labelled them with the forces.

Spellings to be learnt by Friday 13th November

Times Tables

 

Please practise your x5 and x10 tables for a test on Monday 9th November.

Monday 19th - Friday 23rd October

English

In English this week we have continued our work on 'Dr Xargles Book of Earth Hounds'.   Press the link below to watch someone reading the story. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lhu6dLmfHQs

The children worked towards writing their own report on an alien of their imagining.    They showed us that they had learnt how to punctuate sentences, use expanded noun phrases, conjunctions to add detail and adverbs to explain how their alien moved.   
We are still continuing to work on our handwriting and presentation of our work.

 

Maths

We have continued to practice different strategies to do addition.

Please practice counting in 1s and 10s taking special care when crossing over the 100.

Start from any number 3-digit number (ie 367) and see how far you can count in 2 mins.  Challenge the children to write the numbers down.

If you want to get a head for after half term then practice counting backwards in 1s and 10s as well. 

Also please continue to practice the times tables.  We are working towards mastering the 2, 5, 10, 3 and 4 times tables.

Hit The Button Website is a great place to practice this. - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Topic

We had a great day on Friday where we celebrated everything we have learnt about Stone Age.  The children looked fantastic in their costumes and they had a great time doing cave painting and clay pottery.  Please see the photos below of some of the activities we did.

 

Have fun with the activities. Record your answers on paper, no need to print out the sheets.

Thank you for all your support this half term.

We look forward to seeing you all on Monday 2nd November.

Have a great half term.

Keep safe

The Year 3 Team

3R Harvest video

Still image for this video

Monday 12th - Friday 16th October

 

English

 

In English this week, we have been exploring the book 'Dr Xargles Book of Earth Hounds' by Jeanne Willis. It is all about dogs described by aliens as 'Earth Hounds'. We have been writing descriptive sentences using expanded noun phrases and organising them under different headings to produce an information text about dogs. We have been thinking very carefully about the presentation of our writing and making sure we write on the line and leave finger spaces between each word.

Take a look at the YouTube clip of the book below.  

Maths

 

In Maths this week, we have been practising adding numbers by 'thinking 10'.

This is where the children need to have a solid understanding of their number bonds to 10 to add quickly.

E.g

28 + 7 =

We would split 7 into 2 and 5

28 + 2 = 30

30 + 5 = 35

 

Please use the website Hit the Button to practise your child's number bonds to 10. This is an important mathematical skill.

Topic

 

In our topic lessons this week we have learnt about the Iron Age. We have researched information about Stonehenge and taken notes from videos and webpages.

We are looking forward to ending our topic on a high next Friday with a themed day. Please make sure you have returned the consent form emailed out to you.

Guided Reading

In our whole class guided reading sessions this week we have been reading The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. We have looked at a description of the Iron Man and drawn our own interpretations of his from the words we have read.

Spellings 16th October

Monday 5th - Friday 9th October

English

This week we have been learning about the Harvest Festival and doing lots of writing about this time of year.  We used bossy verbs to write instructions on how to make bread, used expanded noun phrases to describe autumn scenes and wrote multi-clause sentences to explain why we celebrate Harvest at this time.  This work will culminate in a presentation for Harvest time which will be made available for you to watch the week beginning 19th October.  

 

Spellings next week with be on the 'th' sound NOT the 'f' sound.  When the children are saying words with the 'th' sound their tongue should be sticking out.  This is important as if they can't say the word properly they won't be able to spell it.    The PDF will be at the bottom of this week.

 

During our Focus Reading time we have been reading Flat Stanley.  We finished the book this week.  Please can you ask your child to complete the book review about the book stating what the book was about and if they enjoyed it.  A PDF is saved at the bottom of this week.  

 

Maths

This week we have been counting on and back in 100s, 10s, and 1s.  We looked at what digit changes.

We have also been ordering numbers and looking to see which number is bigger than (>) or less than (<).

This then led us to rounding numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

 

Times tables - The 3x timestable will be tested on Monday 12th.
Please start revising the 4x times table which will be tested on Monday 19th.  

 

 

 

 

 

Topic

As it was road safety week we had an online talk about safe places to cross a road.  Thank you to all of you who walked to school this week  (even in the rain!).

Please see below poster which the children made to promote walking safely to school.

 

For our Stone Age Topic we looked at how the Bronze Age people started farming their land, rather than being hunters and gatherers like they were before.  We looked at some of the seeds they would have grown (Wheat) and discussed the different stages of the life cycle.

 

Have a lovely weekend

The Year 3 team

 

 

 

 

book review template

'th' spellings for Friday 16th October

road safety posters

This week is Walk to School Week. This year we are combining it with Road Safety Week. 

We are asking you and your child to walk to school, where possible, every day this week.

On Thursday, the children will be having an online lesson learning about the different safe places to cross a road, e.g pelican and puffin crossings, The Green Cross Code and the different vehicle speeds that cars travel at.

Monday 27th September - Friday 2nd October

 

English

 

In English this week, we have carried on our learning around the book The Paper Bag Princess. We have written multi-clause sentences using co-ordinating conjunctions. We have become authors this week by writing our own version of the story from the dragon's perspective. We have come up with some wonderful ideas about what the dragon might have been thinking and feeling. 

 

Maths

In Maths this week, we have been consolidating our understanding of place value. We have learnt that a number can be a different value depending on where it comes in the number.

We have started to use the place value grid (see below) to help us understand this.

 

Ask your child, what is the value of 4 in these numbers:

 

342     54      411     4901

 

 

Topic

 

This week, we have summarised our learning about the Stone Age and have begun to learn about the Bronze Age.

We constructed our very own model versions of Stonehenge! In Science, we used light sources to investigate the ways in which light would travel through monuments like this.

We are going to begin learning and testing the children weekly on a times table to increase their speed of recall and support their learning in Maths.

This week, we would like you to practise the 3x table with your child. They should also continue to practise the x2, x5 and x10 tables.

Our first test of x3 tables will be on Monday 12th October.

See the link below for a fantastic website to support your child's learning in this area.

Spellings - to be tested on Friday 9th October

Maths Whizz

Children should be accessing maths whizz at home and attempting to make at least 2 or 3 steps of progress a week.  Please encourage your child to do this on a regular basis.

 

Reading

Children now have their reading books.  They will be changed once a week ( 3R each group on a different day. 3P all books changed on a Wednesday).  It is vital to hear your child read every day to ensure that they are continuing to make progress.

 

PE

We have both PE sessions on a Tuesday, one with coach Dan and one with the class teachers.  Please make sure that your child is dressed in their PE kits when they come to school on a Tuesday.

 

Online Learning

You should have received your child's Google Classroom log in details by now. Please log in to your child's account and complete the home learning task.

 

Have a lovely weekend and a good week.

The Year 3 Team

 

Monday 21st- Friday 25th September 2020

ENGLISH

Our new book this week is the Paper Bag princess by Robert Munsch. This is a fairy tale with a twist. We have discussed the features of a fairy tale and shared our thoughts about the book.  Use the link below to listen to the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMFIyNuKhSc

We have written character descriptions and spent time looking at sentences to identify the characters and their actions.

Our main focus has been writing clauses (sentences) using coordinating conjunctions: and, or, but to make a multi-clause sentence. (A sentence with two parts)

 

A coordinating conjunction joins two short sentences together that our about the same character.

Elizabeth put on a paper bag. She followed the dragon.

This changes to:

Elizabeth put on a paper bag and followed the dragon.

The dragon took another huge breath. This time nothing came out.

This changes to:

The dragon took another huge breath but this time nothing came out.

 

MATHS

This week we have doubled and halved two digit numbers.

We have had lots of fun playing games to help us count in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s and looked at the multiples of each.

What is the 5th multiple of 10?

What is the 8 multiple of 2?

The link below is useful for quick recall of times tables.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

TOPIC

We have looked at Stone Age settlements and farming. We have written an advert to sell our Stone Age Property. We has great fun collecting natural materials to make Stone Age tools.

 

PHONICS

We have revisited the past and present tense and looked a the Special w.

If we hear an o phoneme after the letter w . we write the letter a

e.g. watch, was, wasp

 

MATHS WHIZZ

Children should be accessing maths whizz at home and attempting to make at least 2 or 3 steps of progress a week.  Please encourage your child to do this on a regular basis.

 

READING

Children now have their reading books.  They will be changed once a week ( 3R each group on a different day. 3P all books changed on a Wednesday).  It is vital to hear your child read every day to ensure that they are continuing to make progress.

 

PE

We have both PE sessions on a Tuesday, one with coach Dan and one with the class teachers.  Please make sure that your child is dressed in their PE kits when they come to school on a Tuesday.

 

ONLINE LEARNING

This week, the children logged into google classrooms and answered a question about what they like in year 3. Over the coming weeks there will be more information about this.

 

Have a lovely weekend and a good week.

The Year 3 Team

 

 

 

 

Spellings For Friday 2nd October

Monday 14th - Friday 18th September

 

It has been another great week in year 3.  The children have all settled in to their classes well and are getting used to the new routines with washing hands, tables, break and lunch times.

 

English

We have carried on with the book 'Journey' by Aaron Becker.

We used the pictures to write expanded noun phrases (adjective, adjective noun).  For example; The brave, little girl went into the small, red boat and sailed down the shimmering, magical river.

 

We also watched the links below to help us come up with ideas about what the Little girls next adventure could be.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO774UmBjQc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dwqQk81hgU

Watch the videos and orally tell the next part of the story.  See if you can add in any expanded noun phrases

Spellings

Next week we will be looking at the 'wa' and 'wo' sounds ie water, was, word, worm

We will be continuing to work on past tenses.

Please see the document below with the spellings to be learnt ready for a test on Friday 25th.

 

Maths

This week we have been practicing how to add on using different mental strategies.

1) Rebalancing an equation

ie 19 + 8 is the same as 20 + 7

 

or 25 + 12 is the same as 27 + 10

We used our bead strings to help us see how this can help us.

 

2) Think 10

This teaches the children to use to find how many needs to be added to make the next ten and then add on the rest.     

It is really important the the children know their number bonds to 10 to be able to do this working out quickly.  Please revise this very important skill and see how quickly they can tell you the number bonds to 10. ie 1+9, 2+8, 3+7 etc

 

Topic

This week we have been looking at The Stone Age and learning how people lived during this time.  The children also did some weaving to see how Stone Age people made baskets or clothes.

We learnt about different types of soils, we then did an investigation to see what type of soil Summerswood is built on.

 

 

Ask your child what type of soil it was built on

Why don't you see if your house is built on the same type of soil.

Maybe go to the park or somewhere different to see if you can find a different type of soil.

Remember to be careful of sharp objects and wash your hands properly afterwards

 

 

 

Maths Whizz 

Children should be accessing maths whizz at home and attempting to make at least 2 or 3 steps of progress a week.  Please encourage your child to do this on a regular basis.

Reading

Children now have their reading books.  They will be changed once a week (each group on a different day).  It is vital to hear your child read every day to ensure that they are continuing to make progress.

PE

We have both PE sessions on a Tuesday, one with coach Dan and one with the class teachers.  Please make sure that your child is dressed in their PE kits when they come to school on a Tuesday.

 

Have a lovely weekend

The Year 3 Team

 

 

Spelling - to be learnt for a test on Friday 25th September

Monday 7th September - Friday 11th September

 

What a fantastic first full week we have had with the children. We have enjoyed getting to know them, and you at the end of the school day.

 

English

This week, we have started to explore the book 'The Journey' by Aaron Becker. It is a beautifully illustrated wordless book that tells an adventure story. We have posed questions about the book, written descriptive sentences and acted out moments from the book.

 

Take a look at the book here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRsmuveKWuk

Discuss with your child:

-What is your favourite part of the book? Why?

-How would you feel if you were captured?

-How do you think the girl feels towards the bird?

-Where do you think she might travel to next?

 

Next week, we are continuing to explore this book.

 

Maths

We have been revising our work on place value. We have been using dienes rods and arrow cards to help us remember that the number 42, is made up of 4 tens (40) and 2 ones (2).

We have used the cherry method to show our learning.

Can you challenge your child to do this for other numbers?

 

Topic

Our topic this half term is Tribal Tales. We will learn about pre-historic periods of time. This week, we have placed these times in History on a timeline and have learned what order they happened in.

 

 

 

Spellings - to be learnt for a test on Friday 18th September

As we are unfortunately unable to hold our usual 'Meet the Teacher' this year. Please see a welcome video from us and our topic web for this half term.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us via our class emails if you have a query.

 

Thank you,

 

Mrs Young, Mrs Freeman and Miss McLaughlin

Welcome to Year 3

Still image for this video

Meet the Teacher PowerPoint - Check for important information!

Autumn Term Topic Web

Hello Year 3

 

We had a fantastic day on Friday getting to know the children and we completed a range of activities including What kind of teacher do you want? What type of student will you be? and What type of classroom do you want?

 

We completed our Art Project All About Me- ask your child to tell you all about it!

 

Our Topic this half term is Tribal Tales. We will be finding out all about the Stone Age right through to the Iron Age. We can't wait to get started.

 

We look forward to working along side you to have an amazing year. Please contact us if you have any questions or worries on the email addresses at the top of the page.

 

More information to follow in the "Meet the Teacher" post next week.

 

Hello Year 2, who are soon to be Year 3.

We are so looking forward to teaching you next year and doing lots of fun and exciting activities.

 

During the summer holidays we would like you to complete our 'Summer Art Challenge.'  

This involves learning about Andy Goldsworthy who is a famous British artist.  

Below are some powerpoints and sheets to give you some information about who he is.

He uses natural materials to make his works of art.

 

Once you have learnt some things about Andy Goldsworty we would like you to go out on some walk (with an adult) and collect stones, leaves, twigs or any other natural material. 

Once you have collected you items arrange them in an interesting way.

Take a photo of this to bring into school on the first day back.  

 

We can't wait to see all your amazing art creations.

The new Year 3 team would like to wish a lovely, restful summer and we are looking forward to welcoming you all back to school in September.

Keep safe and have fun

The Year 3 Team

 

 

Examples of Andy Goldsworthy Art

Our Promises

Year 3 and 4 Statutory spellings

VIAM 2020

 

 

VIAM 2020 Backing tracks (no vocals)

All of the songs but without the vocals

Don't Give Up on Me backing Track.mp3

Help a Child Belong.Backing Track.mp3

High Hopes Backing Track.mp3

Make Your Own Kind of Music Backing Track.mp3

Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now.Backing Track.mp3

Runnin' (Lose It All)- Backing Track ).mp3

So Am Backing Track.mp3

The Champion - Backing Track.mp3

Try Everything Backing Track.mp3

Unstoppable Backing Track.mp3

Walk me Home Backing Track.mp3

VIAM Vocal Guides (backing tracks)

All of the songs we will sing are below.

Burn V1.1-Guide Vocal.mp3

Don't Give Up On Me V1.1-Guide Vocals.mp3

Help A Child Belong V1.1-Guide Vocals.mp3

High Hopes V1.1-Guide Vocals.mp3

Make Your Own Kind Of Music (no outro).mp3

Nothings Gonna Stop Us V1.1-Guide Vocals.mp3

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