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Year 3 Remote Learning Zone
For children isolating or with Covid who are sympton free and unable to attend school
Please follow the link to your child's year group Sway for their remote learning.
Online Maths Resources:
TT Rockstars: Practise your times tables and mental division skills.
Numbots: Have fun with your number skills.
Hit the Button: Practise your division and number bonds facts against the clock.
Coin Cruncher: Can you make different amounts of money using this fun game on the Natwest website?
Can you teach someone in your family to roll their numbers? Can you video yourself doing it? Can you create your own rhyme?
- Rolling numbers chants
- Rolling 2s
- Rolling 3s
- Rolling 4s
- Rolling 5s
- Rolling 6s
- Rolling 7s
- Rolling 8s
- Rolling 9s
- Rolling 10s
- Rolling 11s
- Rolling 12s
Use your knowledge of times tables knowledge to find fact families, eg 4x3=12, 3x4=12, 12÷4=3 and 12÷3=4
- WPS Key Recall Facts Book 2
- WPS Key Recall Facts Book 3
- WPS Key Recall Facts Book 4
- Handwriting number practice
- Learn your Tables!
- Maths at home Lower Key Stage 2
Off-Screen Maths Ideas:
- Practise telling the time to the nearest five minutes.
- Practise making amounts of money using coins – how many ways can you make 50p? £1? £5?
- How many different ideas can you think of for: “If the answer is 10, what is the question?” The number could be made more challenging by including a fraction or a decimal.A different number or part of maths could be used each day.Create a poster showing everything you know about _________ (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value, shape, fractions, decimals, graphs etc.). This could be pictures, diagrams, explanations, methods etc. Be as creative as you want to be! You could make a video to explain methods or what you have produced.
Online Reading Resources:
If you do not have a lot of books at home, there are lots of online resources to support reading and include a huge selection of texts:
Free online reading books through the Oxford Owls website (see link above)
- Phonics Play: Practise your phonics skills using this website.
- Storyline Online
- International Children’s Digital Library
- Open Library
- Amazon’s Free Kids eBooks
- Barnes & Noble Free Nook Books For Kids
- Mrs. P’s Magic Library
Reading questions Questions to ask your child when sharing stories or books.
Reading is such an important skill and passion to develop – sharing books together as a family is an amazing opportunity to laugh, cry and learn together! As you read, remember to check your child’s understanding by asking them questions. Can they prove their answers by showing you where it is in the text? Can they explain their ideas?
Have fun and keep active with some of our favourite websites!
It is important to write about something that interests you and allows you to be creative. Here are some ideas for you to have a go with:
- Write a recount (diary) of your day. This could be used in history one day to show what happened during this period.
- Write a character description of a member of your family. What do they look like? How do they behave? etc...
- Write a story involving members of your family. Do they have to defeat a monster? Do they have to find something they have lost? Do they travel somewhere unusual, funny or scary?
- Write a set of family rules, could they begin with ‘We always...’ rather than ‘We do not …’
- Write a letter/email/text message to a member of your family that you have not seen in a while. You could even write a postcard to your teacher or someone from school.
- Write a rap/song/poem about something you are passionate about.
- Write instructions for something you make at home – this could be cookery, crafts or even a new board game!
- Write a newspaper report about an event from your day. You could make up a new fictional dramatic event – you found a space rocket had crashlanded in your garden, your bedroom cupboard is actually a TARDIS style time machine...Make sure you interview your family members and use their quotes in your report.
When you are writing, just like we do in school, you could plan your idea, write a draft, edit and then publish it in your very best presentation. Remember to consider your punctuation and use of the grammar you have learned this year!
You could practice your handwriting by copying out your favourite bits from a book or even your funniest joke.
Also, have fun practicing each individual letter – use different types of writing resources e.g. pens, felt tips, pencils, glittery gel pens, in sand, with a finger, with a paintbrush. Then move on to your joins: choose a word, focus on a few letters to join then build it up gradually. Which are the trickiest joins? Can you write neater than everyone else in your family? You could even make neat signs for the house.
The spellings that children in Year 3 and 4 must know how to spell by the end of the year:
Also make sure you know how to spell all the Year 2 common exception words too.
And to challenge yourself try the year 5 and 6 common exception words!
Use these How to draw..... guides to practise drawing some of your favourite animals. Share them on the class twitter page @y3wps