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Year 3 Home Learning Support Week 1- 23.03.2020

Year 3 Home Learning Support😁

Hello Year 3!

We hope you are keeping safe and well.

This is just a message from Miss Saunders to remind you of some of the things you can be doing at home to keep busy and keep learning lots!

We hope you are working through your Home Learning Packs. In here you should find a range of Maths activities (Ordering numbers, adding / subtracting multiples of 100, telling the time, learning x3, x4, x6, x8 tables & related division facts); SPAG activities (Clauses, Conjunctions, Reading Comprehension, learning & using Statutory Spellings for Y3/4); a range of reading activities that you can link to a book of your choice (E.g. finding meanings of words, inferring and predicting); some practical ideas (e.g. following a recipe, designing and creating); and the list of useful activities for other curriculum areas (Science, Geography & Computing).

Reading 

Don’t forget to record all of your exciting Home Learning in the exercise book you were provided with and of course, you should be reading for at least half an hour every day too.Image result for reading clipart

You can listen to David Walliams read a short story each day via his website.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/

Science 

We should have been learning all about plants in Science, so I challenge you to get out in the garden and see if you can grow anything.

Use the internet to research the any of the following:

    • Different parts of a plant and their functions.     

 

  • What a plant needs to survive? (MRS NERG)                                          Image result for parts of a flower ks2           
  • The different parts of a flower.
  • How does pollination take place?
  • How are seeds formed?
  • Life cycle of different plants.

Geography

We have loved our new theme ‘Extreme Earth’ and learning all about Volcanoes.

Use the internet to find out all about earthquakes.

How and why do they occur?  Why do certain parts of the world have more earthquakes than others?  How do you measure an earthquake?  How does Japan prepare itself for the event of an earthquake?

 

RE

We are fast approaching Easter, please have go at the following activities:  Image result for easter clipart christian

Easter home pack

Parables home pack B&W

 

 

Here is a suggested timetable for your time at home:

9.00 – 9.30 – P.E with Joe Wicks.

9.30 – 10.30 – Maths Activities.

10.30 – 10.45 – Brain Break and Snack time.

10.45 – 11.45 – English Activities.

11.45 – 12.00 – TT Rockstars.

12.00 – 1.00 – Brain Break and Lunch

1.00 – 1.30 – Quiet Reading time.

1.30 – 3.30 – A choice of: Science, History, Geography, Music, French, R.E, D&T, Computing and Art Activities.

 

Keep an eye out on the news section of our website and on this page for extra home learning activities coming your way.

Enjoy!

Miss Saunders