Hello Year 3! Hope you're all staying safe. We miss you! We can't believe that it is the last week of the summer term already, we know you've all worked extremely hard this year and we are so proud of all your progress. Don't forget to use the forum to let us know how you are getting on. You can also leave a post on the transition forum for your new teachers, Mrs Fowler and Mrs Brewer to read.
Here you’ll find our daily activities for the week. Don't forget to join in with the summer reading challenge if you haven't already done so....further info is below in the Reading section. If you’re struggling to print out your daily tasks, please contact school and we’ll get a pack sent out to you.
It’s a good idea to try and stick to a regular daily routine with a fixed time for home learning each day. Please use the forum to let us know you have completed the tasks at the end of the week. You can also use the forum to ask questions about your learning. We’ll try and get back to you as quickly as we can.
Parents, please use the forum to tell us how these activities are working at home, any problems or successes! We’re happy to answer any questions and are here to support you.
As well as developing our maths and English skills, this is a great opportunity to develop life skills. Please look at the list on the website.
We would like your child to complete all the activities on this page each week. However if you have finished them and want some more ideas for home-learning, you can also choose to check out the 'Online learning' and 'Offline activities' sections of the school website.
|Week Beginning 13th July 2020|
Reading – please continue to read regularly (both to yourself and to an adult)
The Summer Reading Challenge is going digital this year, with the Silly Squad team ready to help children discover and read for fun, happiness and laughter. Children can join the Silly Squad on a new adventure by setting their own personal reading challenge to complete this summer. The new online platform will help to keep track of your books, reviews and the rewards you unlock along the way. Joint the challenge at www.sillysquad.org.uk
Handwriting – practise your handwriting regularly, making sure your letters start and stay on the line, are the correct size, and that your writing is joined up consistently
Sumdog – please log-on to Sumdog and complete this week’s maths challenges. You may also try other activities on Sumdog to improve your maths skills.
This week's spellings are listed below. (Sumdog has unfortunately removed our access to spelling activities but please continue to practice them and if possible get someone to test you at home)
Group 1 - some more past tense verbs that don't follow the rules and some useful words
held swam threw wrote knew ordinary continue imagine consider possess
Group 2 - words ending in ssion or sion
division television confusion explosion discussion percussion session mission regular possible island
We would like children to access one maths lesson per day through the 'White Rose Maths' website. We would like you to do the main White Rose website lesson on all days. Please access the teaching videos at https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/
We would like children to complete one English lesson per day from BBC bitesize . All lessons are dated so simply follow the lesson for the correct day:
BBC Bitesize : This scheme has a mix of short videos, interactive activities and written tasks.
Oak National academy has finished planning new work for this academic year but still has lots of fun lessons that you can go back and access should you wish to.
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