Home Learning Support – Year 3
Within this pack there is a selection of work for the children to complete over the school closures. I do not expect it all to be done as I have ensured there is enough to give the children some choice over their activities.
In the packs, I have included:
* Maths activities
* Spelling and Grammar activities
* Times table games and activities
* Ideas and support for parents and carers
* Science activities
* Reading activities
* A pencil
* Your passwords for Sumdog accounts and TimesTable Rockstars accounts
As well as this, children should be:
- Reading books/comics/magazines/instructions – ANYTHING! (children can complete a book review which can be done on paper or via a video and sent to me via dojos or brought with them on their return).
- Practising times tables (2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 8s, 10s)
If you have access to the internet at home, children should be using:
- TT Rockstars
(Please let me know if you need passwords/usernames and I can send the information via dojos).
- https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page Sign up for free for access to ebooks.
- http://www.pobble365.com/ A picture a day that comes with lots of creative writing opportunities
- https://www.2starsandawish.com/ English activities based on poetry and song lyrics
- https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn activities that cover all subjects
- www.schoolrun.co.uk Helpful advice for parents and carers (explains methods we use and also any vocabulary that you’re not sure about).
There’s also lots of other fun educational activities you can do together:
• Plant seeds – sunflowers, pumpkins, and beans all sprout fairly quickly and are easy. Cress is even quicker, and will grow on damp kitchen paper.
• Bake – fairy cakes, flapjacks, brownies, muffins.
• Watch TV – loads of educational stuff out there! Numberblocks/Alphablocks/Octonauts for littles. Horrible Histories/Deadly 60/Operation Ouch for slightly bigger kids. Blue Planet is on iPlayer. ScienceMax on YouTube - It all counts!
• Science - Skittles and hot water, marshmallow in a microwave, sprinkling salt and food colouring on ice, standing on toilet paper tubes – Pinterest is really useful for ideas!
• Board games – So many games use maths for scoring, and loads more teach logic, strategy, planning and more.
• Read – it doesn’t matter if they’re reading the Beano or the instructions for a game, it still counts. It also counts if you read to them!
• Build with lego or magnatiles, or geomags, or tegus, or whatever you’ve got. Tower challenges, copying patterns or just be creative.
• Cosmic Kids yoga on YouTube and Joe Wicks workouts will help get any wriggles out!
I will be available to speak to via dojo messages if anybody needs me!
Stay safe and enjoy as much time with your families as possible.
|Fiction Reading Revision Mat.pdf||Download|
|Introductions to make an Easter Chick at home.pdf||Download|
|Non Fiction Reading Revision Mat.pdf||Download|
|Poetry Reading Revision Mat.pdf||Download|
|Reading Revision Mat Guidance.pdf||Download|
|Science - Forces - Pushes and Pulls.pdf||Download|
|Science - magnets - magnetic materials.pdf||Download|
|Year 2 Home Learning Pack Maths and English.pdf||Download|
|Year 3 and 4 Spelling Words.pdf||Download|
|Year 3 Correct The Spelling Activity.pdf||Download|