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Welcome to our Year 3 page. Here you will find important information about our Class  routines, curriculum and general information. We will also keep you updated about the amazing activities we have been getting up to at school. Please scroll down to keep up to date with our class blog.

The government have released a list of home learning websites arranged by subject for parents and children to access at home. For Year 3, access the resources linked to Key Stage 2.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-online-education-resources-for-home-education

Blog 16/11/2020

Reading

Writing –

Learn the following spellings. i as y.

I went to the __________________ to work out with my best friend Ben.

Gym                                jim                                 gim                                    ghym

The old lady loves going to church, her favourite part is singing

____________________.

Hims                              hyms                      hymns                       himms

Copy these sentence out, using the correct spelling. Think about your handwriting.

The children in year 5 have been writing a _____________ in Literacy.

Mith                                  miff                     mif                      myth

I always forget the _______________ to the songs.

Lirics                                 lyrics                     liriks                     lyrycs

There is a 3D shape with five vertices and it is called a square base ________________.

Pyramid                        Piramid                              Pyraimid                 Piramd

I can’t wait to go on holiday again. This year we are going to _____________.

Ejipt                          Egypt                  Egipt                     Eypt

Direct Speech

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zvftsbk

Numeracy

Write and calculate mathematical statements for division using known multiplication tables, including 2-digit x 1-digit, using mental and progressing to formal written methods.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/dividing-by-a-one-digit-number-no-regrouping-c5jkar?step=2&activity=video

Using written method.

  1. 48 ÷ 2 =
  2. 86 ÷ 2 =
  3. 66 ÷ 3 =
  4. 88 ÷ 4 =
  5. 93 ÷ 3 =
  6. 88 ÷ 8 =
  7. 48 ÷ 4 =
  8. 80 ÷ 8 =
  9. 55 ÷ 5 =

True or False. Prove it by using written method.

  1. 63 ÷ 3 = 21
  2. 80 ÷ 4 = 24
  3. 68 ÷ 2 = 34
  4. 66 ÷ 2 = 31

History – Bronze Age

Watch the Following https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-did-the-bronze-age-change-how-humans-lived-6dhpce?step=2&activity=video

Can you organise these artefacts in groups? Why have you put them into certain groups?

Now look at these artefacts and fill in the grid below.

Can you explain in your own words, how bronze was made?

Blog

9.11.20

Literacy

Look, Say, Cover, Write and Check!

Tick the columns as you follow the instructions from left to right. Make sure you spell the words in the ‘write’ column. If you spell the word incorrectly, write it again in the correction column.

 looksaycoverwritecheckcorrection
rebuild      
reappear      
return      
mishear      
misread      
rewrite      
misbehave      
redo      
retry      
 miscalculate      

Check the prefix spellings in each sentence. Rewrite the sentence with the correct spelling.

  1. The girl was missbehaving in school and her parents were very disappointed.
  2. I always have to rebulid my lego houses because my dog always knocks them down.
  3. Sometimes, I make mistakes but that is okay.
  4. I always have to redo my handwriting as my letters are too big.
  5. The lady has to reeturn her book to the library so she can get another one.
  6. I went to the shops and miscalculated the shopping therefore I didn’t have enough to buy my food shop.

Numeracy – long multiplication  

Watch

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/arith-review-multiply-divide/arith-review-multi-digit-mult/v/2-digit-times-1-digit-example-no-carrying

No exchange

Use written method. Find the answer to the following calculations.

  1. 42 x 2 =
  2. 22 x 4 =
  3. 11 x 5 =
  4. 22 x 3 =
  5. 33 x 2 =

True or False. Prove it by using written method.

  1. 34 x 2 = 68
  2. 13 x 3 = 39
  3. 23 x 2 = 36
  4. 11 x 2 = 33

Exchange

Find the answer to the following calculation, using written method.

  1. 18 x 3 =
  2. 24 x 4 =
  3. 46 x 2 =
  4. 14 x 4 =
  5. 29 x 2=

True or False.

  1. 23 x 4 = 92
  2. 27 x 2 = 44
  3. 15 x 4 = 40
  4. 29 x 3 = 87

Reading

Task 1 – Read this text below and find the preposition in the text. Put the preposition in your own sentence.

Task 2 – Read the text again and see if you can answer the following questions.

Text Talk   Year 3

The Explorer
VWhat do the phrases ‘determintedly not looking out of the window’ tell you about how the girl is feeling? Find a word in the text that means ‘come to an end’?    
IWhy do you think Fred’s cousin told him to wear his school uniform and cricket jumper?What part of the day do you think it is? Morning, evening, afternoon? Explain why you think this, use reference from the text.
P Why do you think the children are all in the plane together? The next chapter is called ‘the green dark’ what would happen next? Use the title to support your answer.What do you think would have happened before this part of the story?
EWould you like to be on the plane? Explain why.Do you like this text? Explain your answer.
RBehind Fred sat a girl and her little brother. How are they the same? What did the pale girl with blonde hair have on?  
SWhat did Fred do after he brushed his hair out of his eyes?What happened before Fred stared at the man? 

Topic

Healthy Eating

Watch the following on health eating. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-a-healthy-diet-c9k38t?step=2&activity=video

2 November 2020  Y3S

Here are some of the key things that Y3S will be working on in the week beginning 2 November

Maths:  This video shows how to use the column method for addition and can be watched to help practice skills used in these activities:

This video shows how we will use the 2 times table to help work out or 4 times table.

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/consolidating-and-applying-multiples-of-2-and-the-relationship-between-the-2-and-4-times-table-cdhpct?from_query=2+times+ta

We will also be using arrays to calculate using our 3 and 4 times table:  This video shows how:

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-arrays-for-the-3x-and-4x-tables-c5j30r

And we will try to understand the inverse relationship between multiplication and division.

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/to-recognise-the-inverse-relationship-between-multiplication-and-division-6dj34t

LO: Create a list

Write a list using commas.

             

           For my holiday I need _________________________________________

                      _______________________________________________________________

                      _____________________________________________________________________

                        

       For my holiday I need ________________________________________

                         _____________________________________________________________

                         _____________________________________________________________

Blog – 12/10/ 2020

Maths – Addition

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/adding-two-3-digit-numbers-without-regrouping-c4uk8r

Mental Maths

60 + 30 =

70 + 20 =

4 + 5 =

3 + 2 =

5 + 2 =

Using column method. Work out these additions. No exchange.

  1. 345 + 124 =
  2. 543 + 324 =
  3. 678 + 222 =
  4. 812 + 157 =
  5. 456 + 321 =
  6. 438 + 521 =

Using column method. Work out these additions. with exchange.

  1. 545 + 118 =
  2. 543 + 337 =
  3. 868 + 113 =
  4. 712 + 149 =
  5. 456 + 427 =
  6. 438 + 521 =

True or False

Use column method to work out the answer.

  1. 293 + 304 = 597
  2. 252 + 410 = 652
  3. 640 + 338 = 988
  4. 126 + 822 = 948

Spelling – Exploring Homophones

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-investigate-homonyms-6gup4e

Use these words in your own sentences to show you understand the meaning.

Science

How are natural rocks made? In your own words write how each rock is formed.

Igneous  – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-igneous-rock-formed-70v66r

Metamorphic rock – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-metamorphic-rock-formed-c4uk8d

Sedimentary Rock – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-sedimentary-rock-formed-6tj3ae?step=2&activity=video

History – Follow a simple search to find specific information from a web site.

What is Skara Brae?

Where was Skara Brae found?

When was Skara Brae rediscovered?

What was found at Skara Brae?

Literacy

Using ‘and’ ‘so’ ‘but’ conjunctions. Thinking about the story of ‘The Lion the witch and the wardrobe’

Can you use this story to write your own sentence using these conjunctions?

ICT

 Log onto purple mash and practicing your typing skills – left hand, right hand, and both hands together. When logged onto purple mash.

Type –  typing in the search box.

Click – Right hand and practicing your typing skills.

After right keys, go onto left keys and home, top and bottom row keys using both hands. 

Reading – Rathers

Answer the following questions about the text.

  1. Find and copy a word that means to eat hungrily?
  2. What does the word ‘creep’ mean in the fourth verse?
  3. Look at the verse beginning Or I might be a puma… Find and copy a word or phrase that show that the puma is dangerous
  4. How would you describe a woodpecker’s character?
  • Do you think the poet is happy being herself? Explain how you know.
  • What does the poem tell us about life in the wild? Use the text to explain your answer.
  • Where would the poet live, if she became an owl?

Literacy

Add the prefix un or dis to these words. Put each word into a sentence.

Reading

w/c 14 September 2020  Y3S

Welcome back everyone!  Here are some of the key things that Y3S will be working on in the week beginning 14th September 2020.

MATHS:  Place value and patterns in counting forward and backwards in numbers up to 100.

MONDAY Worksheet 1:  Counting up in 1s:  Complete and find the missing numbers

6789   
151617    
24 262728  
6667 69 7172
    828384

Worksheet 2:  Counting back in 1s:  Complete and find the missing numbers

10987   
151413    
34333231   
5554 5251  
838281    

Worksheet 3:  Counting up in 2s from 0 then 6 then 3 then 15 then 16 then 23 (first 3 numbers given)

0246   
357    
151719    
141618    
232527    

Worksheet 4:  Counting up in 10s.

0102030   
405060    
3132333   
374757    
566676    

ChallengeA:  Find the missing numbers in sequences. – all as above with mixed 2 and 10 sequences.

7911 15  
2830 34 38 
25  5565 85
46 505254  
    738393

Worksheet 5:  Counting forward in 5s.

051015   
202530    
271217   
141924    
48 58  7378

Worksheet 6:  Counting forward in 3s

0369   
14710   
258    
1417 2326  
434649    

ChallengeB:  Find the missing numbers in sequences – all increasing by 3 and 5.

151821    
2225 3134  
1722 32  47
55 616467  
4144   5659

Note:  100 squares and counters to help LA and as required.  Check additional SEN needs.

Worksheet 7:  Counting down in 2s.

1412108   
282624    
171513    
393735    
50 464442  

Worksheet 8:  Counting DOWN in 10s

100908070   
150140130    
137127117107   
163153143    
122112102    

Challenge C:  Find the missing numbers in sequences. – all back as above with mixed 2 and 10 sequences.

156146136    
787674    
125115105    
878583    
585654    

Worksheet 9:  Counting BACK in 5s.

504540    
858075    
625752    
948984    
122117112    

Worksheet 10:  Counting back in 3s

302724    
403734    
625956    
949188    
565350    


SCIENCE:

This youtube link accesses a song about the 3 types of rocks that exist on our planet.  We will be using this song as a starting point to discuss how all 3 types of rocks are formed. 

The wordsearch below is hiding some of the key vocabulary that we will use this half-term in our study of rocks and soils.

HISTORY:

This week we will be exploring when the Stone Age was, and identifying key questions and facts about the Stone Age.

You could ask your child to research about when the Stone Age was, and to draw a picture below showing people in the Stone Age.

                                                   
My Stone Age Facts: