A big hello to all of Year 3 at Eastburn School.
We hope you find the activities we have suggested fun to do. As ever, try your best. We will hopefully have the Year 3 forum up and running this week so please keep in touch with us and one another through that. We'd love to hear your news. We will respond to any questions as soon as we are able to. This sudden change to our way of life won't last forever. In the meantime, be kind, considerate, gentle and safe. Please take care and look after yourselves.
Mrs Green and Mrs Evans xx
As ever please continue to read at home. Reading is an invaluable skill and a wonderful way to escape into another world. Read, read and read some more!
Please find some recommended activities to complete with your child at home, in the grid below.
There are also some great maths activities to be found here. Please still continue to use Sumdog; the next National competition runs from 3rd April to 9th April so we need at least 10 children to take part to qualify. We will set a weekly challenge for which you can earn extra coins! If you can't remember your log in please let us know and we will get your log in details to you.
To fit in with our topics this half-term, here are some other things you might like to try:
- Go for a long walk following a route on a map.
- Make a tally of the different plants and flowers you can see on your walk.
- Research plants and trees that are native to the UK – make a fact file.
- Sketch what you can see from your bedroom window – label it too.
- Design a poster persuading people to come and visit Eastburn.
- If you have access to Google Earth, visit different places and use adjectives to describe what you can see.
- If you had a pet dragon what would it be like? Draw and describe the characteristics of your pet dragon.
|Week Beginning 6th April|
Have a go at this week's SPAG challenge. You can find it here.
You can find this week's reading comprehension here.
A story writing exercise is here.
Can you decorate and colour these eggs so they are symmetrical?
Are you ready for a challenge? Try these Easter maths cards.
Here are the answers!
Can you break this maths code?
Extra challenge: Practice your multiplication and division skills with this booklet.
Zoom in on where you live with this Geography colouring booklet.
For our science topic of fruit and flowers colour and label the parts of a flower, or draw your own!
You might also like to draw a picture and write a letter to post to someone you know who is isolating or make a card for our wonderful NHS to say a big thank you for the amazing work they are doing on the front-line.
Please click on the link below and sign-in using your child's log-in details to complete our quick survey. We will use this information to further improve the activities on the website and to help us understand what help your family may need.