Teacher: Mrs Elliott
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Nolan, Mrs Smith and Mrs Bomers
In Maths lessons, we have covered place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measuring length and perimeter, and some fractions.
You can continue your maths learning by following the White Rose Maths lessons in the link below.
Remember you are expected to know the 2, 5 and 10 times tables, and the 3, 4 and 8 times tables by the end of Year 3.
Try to access Spelling Shed on a weekly basis to work on your weekly list of 10 spelling words or phonic sounds.
Regular practice at home will make a real difference!
Children in Year 3 should read most nights of the week for at least 10 minutes.
Record the books you read in your Reading Record Book and there is also space for you to write a comment about your book. Please could you ask your parents to initial your Reading Record Book each time you make an entry.
After every 5 weeks, there is a page for you to choose one book you have read in the last month to review. This does not have to be your favourite book and you do not have to wait until the end of the month to complete this.
You might not be able to catch a train, plane or boat to travel right now – but that needn’t stop you exploring the world!
To access Oddizzi, you will need to login using your class username/password.
Class username: Opal1
Class password is the name of the animal we look after in Opal class (first letter is a capital)!
Termly Homework Challenge Grids
These Homework Challenges are designed to inspire you to deepen your learning!
These weblinks will take you to all the other websites we use regularly in school, many of which include videos and interactive games and activities, including GoNoodle and Espresso.
The Opal Apple
The Opal is a modern apple derived from the Topaz apple and is cultivated in Czechoslovakia. The Opal grows best in warm, dry conditions and is said to be disease resistant. Its golden, yellow flush hides a tart, yellow flesh.