YEAR 3 LEARNING PACKS
Available from the school office, as well as stationery or reading books on request.
Alternatively, there are lots of ideas for Home Learning on this page including activity sheets and links to websites that we use regularly in school.
CLASS MEETING ON TEAMS EVERY DAY
Topaz Class @ 11.00
Opal Class @ 11.30
From Monday 11 January:
The CBBC channel have a three-hour block of primary school programmes from 9am. This will include programmes from BBC Live Lessons and BBC Bitesize Daily as well as Our School, Celebrity Supply Teacher, Horrible Histories and Operation Ouch. Episodes will be available on demand on BBC iPlayer: Lockdown learning with the BBC in 2021 - BBC Bitesize
Here's a picture of me with my SCARF. I'm back with my daily diary! xxx
Each week you should:
Children in Year 3 should read most nights of the week for at least 15 minutes.
Record the books you read in your Reading Record Book and there is also space to write a comment about the book.
In Year 3, you will learn to plan in detail, to use imaginative ideas, and to write with a particular purpose in mind. This includes:
In Year 3, you continue to work on the spelling patterns you have begun in previous years, but this year there is less of a focus on phonics and more emphasis on understanding and learning the spelling rules, as well as attention to prefixes and suffixes.
Every week you will be given a list of 10 spelling words to learn for homework - these are usually tested once week.
Maths in Year 3 has more of a times tables focus. Quick recall of the 3, 4, and 8, times-tables (as well as the 2, 5, and 10 times-tables you’ve already learned in Year 1 and 2) is important as they form the foundation for much of the work you cover this year.
You will begin to use column addition and subtraction of three-digit numbers this year, as well as learning about multiplication and division, and using — and applying — your times tables knowledge. We also cover fractions, angles, parallel and perpendicular lines, length and perimeter, and shape.
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.
In Year 3 Science, you will learn about plants, rocks, light, forces and magnets, and animals (including humans). How to work scientifically and writing up your investigations is also a key part of this year’s science curriculum.
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.
Follow this link to find lots more active games to play at home:
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.