Hi Year 3!
We hope you have enjoyed Week 2 of home learning, how many stars did you manage to achieve this week? We have absolutely loved getting emails from you to see what you have been up to and to see some of the work you have been doing. As we are missing your enthusiastic, smiling faces, we would love to see more videos and pictures, so don't forget to send an email to email@example.com. These photos and work will then be uploaded onto the Year 3 page so your friends can see what you’ve bene up to. It’s a bit like an online show and tell.
Below we have uploaded an Easter activity sheet. We will not be setting a homework mat but on the Easter activity sheet you will find some fun activities to keep you busy if you would like. Send us pictures and videos of what you've got up to. Also, there are lots of other Easter crafts and fun things to do on pintrest, youtube or google, so go and have a look!
Joe Wicks will still be doing his morning PE sessions at 9am every morning so try to tune in to them to keep yourselves fit. Can't wait to get back to school and see how much your fitness has improved and get back to running our daily mile. I bet you have all improved so much!
Over the holidays, we would like you to carry on reading daily. This might be a shared book with your family, independent reading or listening to an audio book. Keep an eye out on this page because one of the Year 3 teachers will be posting a recording of them reading a book this week. In addition, here are some useful links to help you with your reading:
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ (you may have made an account already or sign up as a parent and it is free)
Kindle (lots of free books and you can download an app)
Michael Rosen’s YouTube channel (search Michael Rosen on YouTube)
Audible – all children’s stories have been made FREE. Go to https://stories.audible.com
https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories Bed time stories read by familiar faces!
Also, if you would like to keep your maths up to scratch over the holidays, here's some ideas. You could practice your timestables on TTRS or hit the button and below are some other links you could access over the holidays if you need to fill some time:
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ Each week a new unit of work is available made up of 5 lessons, each with a video to watch and activity sheet to complete.
https://garyhall.org.uk/primary-maths-resources.php a range of resources available for every maths objective on the curriculum
https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ As well as the tasks we are setting you, don't forget there is a whole bank of games to play to practise your maths skills. Plus, you have the option to repeat previous homework tasks in order to improve on your score.
https://mathsframe.co.uk/ Interactive maths resources e.g. moveable clock, weighing scales, capacity etc. Choose your topic and then play the game to have a play with reading scales and learning maths interactively.
But most of all, don’t forget to take some time to relax and enjoy spending time with your family. Eat lots of chocolate and most of all HAVE FUN!!
Miss Bradley, Mr Sills and Miss Penfold