There is plenty of learning planned for your child to access whilst we are closed and they are busy learning at home with you. Look here for learning activities and suggestions.
If you have any questions about the remote learning, please use these new class email addresses to communicate with your class teacher, these email accounts will be checked once a day and teachers will reply (if they are well) following the order they were received. If you have any other concerns please direct them to the school email address which will also be checked regularly.
School Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 3 Home Learning Activities
Please continue to read books at home. You are able to log on to Accelerated Reader to find out if there is a quiz on the book your child has read. We will then be able to see the results of the quizes your child has taken and what they are reading.
Children can work through the two comprehension texts, answering the questions in full sentences and working through the word work and extension activities.
Children can work through the activities connected to their lists which will be updated regularly.
Please see the attached Literacy sheet with lots of writing opportunities for your child. Please ensure they write in their neatest handwriting.
We have put together a maths booklet which covers addition, subtraction, money and powers of ten (instructions on the front). Should you require further work, we are also sending home the Power Maths A books. The children can work through them from the beginning, completing any questions and challenges they did not have time to complete in class. This will help consolidate their learning.
Times Tables Rockstars
Continue with learning their multiplication facts using TTRS. We will be able to see how they are doing.
As we start our new topic, Flow, please see the Home Learning ideas sheet for lots of activities based on rivers. House points will be awarded for any pieces of work completed. If you do an activity, perhaps take photos which can be brought in to school.
email@example.com (Google Classroom – the children will know their personal ‘Chrome Book’ password)