Year 3 - Learning @ Home
On this page, you will find ideas to help Year 3 pupils learn at home. We hope these activities support you during this time, however they are optional so families are welcome to use their own home learning ideas if they prefer.
All of this week's maths tasks are based on 'Units of Measure'. Before you begin, think about what you already know about length and capacity!
To access this week's maths tasks, please click on the links below:
You can use some space in your home learning book to record your learning.
Maths around the home.
Maths is everywhere...we just have to find it. Have a go at the tasks on this card to see how much maths is in your home!
To access this week's reading tasks, please click on the links below:
For this week's reading task you will need to use this website:
You can read or listen to as many books as you wish on this website too! It's completely FREE!
Reading - BIG THOUGHT OF THE WEEK!
Each week we will be following up our reading task with a 'Big Thought' about the text. Click on the blue link below to see this week's 'Big Thought'.
First News is a great newspaper with up to date, child friendly news. Click on the links below to read a copy of the latest edition of First News and some activity sheets:
Pangrams are sentences which include all the letters in the alphabet. They are a great tool for handwriting practices. Have a go at writing this pangram in your home learning book:
The five boxing wizards jump quickly.
Useful website links
Remember to keep active at home and look after your well being during these times. Here are a couple of useful links that can help you:
- 27 03 20 Year 3 Maths Task
- 27 03 20 Year 3 Reading Task
- 3rd April Year 3 Maths Task 2
- 3rd April Year 3 Maths Task 3 Measurement Puzzle
- 3rd April Year 3 Maths Task 1
- 3rd April Year 3 Reading Task 1 1
- FIRSTNEWS 27th March 2nd April
- Fossils and Dinosaurs All year groups
- Four Stories 719
- L1 Crossword 719
- L1 Mystery News 719
- MATHS ON THE MOVE HOME CHALLENGE SHEET 3and4
- Mindfulness project
- Reading Big Thought