Year 3 Home Learning Activities

Year 3 General Home Learning Activities

Kate and Rafiat have put together a great guide of online learning activities for Year 3 class members.

Useful websites

Please remember to supervise your children online.

LEARNING

www.mathletics.com -- children should have individual logins glued in the front of their planners. This has activities specifically tailored to the curriculum.

online.espresso.co.uk

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Children can log on here and practise their coding skills.

www.purplemash.com

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A platform for all subjects – just explore!

www.letterjoin.co.uk -- for handwriting

Rafiat: U: michaelfaraday_9 P: handwriting

Kate: U: michaelfaraday_10 P: handwriting

www.interactive-resources.co.uk – for learning games

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www.mathsframe.co.uk - maths resources

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www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize - general learning

www.brainpop.com -- general learning

http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/story-starters/

www.tynker.com -- coding for kids, you will need to create a free account

www.outschool.com -- free online lessons when you create an account (this is not necessarily tailored to the UK curriculum)

www.natgeokids.com/uk -- science and geography

www.coolmaths4kids.com – maths games

https://www.duolingo.com - (Duolingo isn’t strictly for kids but is an excellent way of practising a language)

Please check the school website regularly for any links that we haven’t put here. Other year groups might also have some good ideas!

LEISURE – encourage your children to stay active and take regular activity breaks when learning!

Joe Wicks Kids:

kids beginners workout

8 min HIIT workout

8 min workout

5 min workout

8 min workout

5 min move

Firefighter fit kids

Username: FFK1

Password: HealthyHomes

Dancing

God’s Plan Kidzbop

Friends Kidzbop

Happier Kidzbop

The Middle KidzbopGo Noodle Milkshake

- Go Noodle Banana Banana Meatball

Go Noodle Pop See Ko

Go Noodle Clap It Out

Just Dance Waka Waka

Just Dance What Makes You Beautiful

Just Dance Dynamite

Just Dance Watch Me

• - learning while dancing!

Calming Down (these activities are nice to do once or twice a day)

Rainbow Breath Go Noodle

- Bring it down flow Go Noodle

Five Finger Breathing
It is important that we all try and keep to a routine whilst we are away from school. Kate and Rafiat have put together a suggested daily timetable for the Year 3 pupils.

You can view the activities over here.
We are going to make fractions fun! You can start your learning by watching the short videos over here.

Our first task involves working out the fraction from some of the items coloured in. You can find this activity over here.

Next we are going to learn how to make fractions whole. You can use counters or buttons to help with the questions over here.

We are going to look at tenths next. We have some colouring exercises to help you to see how a tenth is made up. You can find the worksheet over here.

This information can be used to count in tenths. Follow the sequences on the sheet over here.

Finally we are going to learn about converting tenths into decimals. You can find out more over here.

Week beginning Monday 30th March

Class teachers Kate and Rafiat have prepared a message and learning plan for you for the week ahead. You can read it over here.

You will need the worksheet over here to help you with the Stone Age and Bronze Age task.

Have a great week!
We have a daily English activity for you to work through.

GR Icarus

English Monday 30th March

English Tuesday 31st March

English Wednesday 1st April

English Thursday 2nd April

English Friday 3rd April

We also have a reading exercise over here. Read the story and then answer the questions.

Finally we have a poetry worksheet. Read through the poems and then complete the worksheet.
The Draw a Plant Game is a fun way to demonstrate your plant and growth knowledge.


If you feel inspired to create some artwork at home then why not design some posters showing that you support our wonderful NHS staff?

Many children throughout the country are creating rainbow posters and placing them in their windows. The idea is help key workers be happy on their way to work each morning.

Think about adding a rainbow to your design. This is a symbol that many children are using to show that they support the brave NHS staff who work in our hospitals.

We would love to share any of your posters on the Michael Faraday School website! You can scan in your poster, or take a photo of it with a phone, and then upload using the box below.

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