Year 3 Curlews and Puffins
Year 3's homework is now available on Google Classroom
- Please see our Year 3 letter which tells you how to access it here.
- Watch this video here to learn what your login & password is, how to login and the basics of how it works.
- If you have issues with logging in, please see our HELP page here. If this doesn't help to solve, please email our class emails.
Celebrating our work
Check out our ever-growing collection of Year 3 animal tales! Click on the picture below to see and read them!
Extra activities for home:
Please use these activities in the first instance if isolating at home, additional work in line with classwork will then be emailed or made available on Google Classroom, once we are aware, at least 24 hour after class learning.
This section contains videos and resources we have already covered in year 3 (& year 2) which are optional and can be completed in any order, at any time. It does not need to be printed, as all can be viewed online.
Please remember children have TIMETABLE ROCKSTARS, NUMBOTS and MyMATHS access at all times. Logins are on their reading records. Please email the class email if you need these.
Top tip 1: Sizing your letters. Watch a video to help here
Top tip 2: How to hold your pen correctly. Watch a video to help you here
Top tip 3: Ascenders and descenders. Watch a video to help you here
Top tip 4: Letter formation and tips. Watch a video to help you here
Extra English/Grammar activities
Extra Maths activities
How to multiply and divide.
How to do column addition
How to do written subtraction
SPELLING AT HOME
Spelling practise at home can often be challenging. Why not try using a multi-sensory approach! Try making the spellings using play dough, using coloured pens, using toys to make the shape of the letters or even during baking with flour! Rap, sing or link spellings to stories and shapes.
To get more multi-sensory ideas click here.
How to practice spellings in multi-sensory ways
Year 3 Spelling Patterns: What are prefixes and suffixes?
Year 3 Spelling Patterns: Using homephones correctly
READING AT HOME
Our whole school expectation is that children read at home at least 3 times per week, this can be to an adult or independently.
If you do not have access to books at home, please go to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ and sign up for free access to ebooks
Below are some ideas to help support you at home with reading and questioning your child.
We love the question cards (first pdf below).
Supporting reading at home
OVERVIEW OF THE YEAR 3 CURRICULUM (*Pre-COVID)
Year 3 Homework
Who are the Year 3 teachers?
To find out more about your teachers, please check out our profiles here!