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Welcome to Year 3’s Home Learning space!

WB – 19th October

Homework – Spelling test will be on Friday

We decided as a class to practice words we are going to be using in our non-chronological reports this week so don’t be alarmed if some of them seem tricky!

Maths

This week we are going to be using the column method for subtraction! The children absolutely smashed addition last week so I am expecting great things this week!

You can use these resources to help you to practice at home.

English

This week we are drafting and writing our non-chronological reports.

We are thinking a lot about how we can make our sentences more interesting using different sentence openers, adverbial phrases and expanded noun phrases. This is an opportunity for the children to use all the things we have been learning about!

Handwriting

We are now practicing joining to and from the letter ‘y’. Use these resources to help you practice at home!

Reading

Please continue to use reading plus to build your child’s fluency and comprehension skills!

We change reading books every Friday 🙂

WB – 12th October

Homework – Spelling Test on Friday

Maths

In class we have been working on the written method for addition! An absolute favourite of mine! We have been using column addition to add two three digit numbers and the children have absolutely smashed it!

You could use the worksheets below to practice using this method.

English

Currently, we are working towards writing non-chronological reports about Stone Age animals!

We have planned and researched and next week we will be drafting and writing our reports!

You could do some research at home to make your report even more interesting for your reader!

Have a look at my example below for inspiration!

Handwriting

We are now practicing joining to and from the letter ‘l’. Use these resources to help you practice at home!

Reading

Please continue to use reading plus to build your child’s fluency and comprehension skills!

We change reading books every Friday 🙂

WB – 5th October

Homework – Spelling Test on Friday

Maths

We have now moved into addition and subtraction! The children are doing fantastically and working really hard in class!

If you want extra practice you can use these sheets at home to consolidate your learning!

English

A Day in the Life of a Stone Age Child

This week we are going to be writing a diary entry from the point of view of the Stone Age Boy! We have learnt lots of things about daily life in the Stone Age and are going to put that to good use when we come to writing all about our adventures!

If you need some inspiration why not watch this video to give you some ideas of what happens day to day in the Stone Age.

You could have a go at writing some sentences using adverbial phrases (our new favourite thing in Year 3) and put them on a postcard!

Handwriting

This week we are practicing a diagonal join to a tall letter. Use these sheets to help you practice at home.

Reading

Please continue to use reading plus to build your child’s fluency and comprehension skills!

We change reading books every Friday 🙂

WB – 28th September

Homework – Spelling Test on Friday

Maths

We are continuing our work on place value this week. This is an essential part of our maths work as it sets us up for working with numbers as we move into addition and subtraction.

Handwriting

This week we are practicing a diagonal join to a small letter. Use these sheets to help you practice at home.

WB – 21st September

This week we are starting our topic and getting stuck back into all of our favourite subjects!

Homework – Spelling Test on Friday

Handwriting

This week we are practicing form ascenders correctly! Use these sheets to help you at home!

Maths

This week in Maths we are starting to look at place value.

English

This week we are starting our journey to the past and are reading the book ‘Stone Age Boy’ by Satoshi Kitamura.

We will be making predictions, answering questions based on what we’ve read and eventually writing our own setting description from the point of view of the main character.

WB – 14th September

Our focus this week is on baseline assessments. We will be completing lots of different tests to ensure that we know what gaps need filling in your learning!

Homework – Spelling Test on Friday

Handwriting

This week we are practising forming descenders properly. Use these sheets to help you at home!

Maths

We are keeping up with our basic skills this week to help us with our tests. Feel free to use these sheets to help you practice your maths skills! You can also head over to TTRockstars and practice your times tables and improve your accuracy! (If you can’t remember your login, just message me on ClassDojo and I’ll get it for you!)

English

Even though we’re doing lots of baseline assessments, we are also continuing to read Oliver Jeffers’ book ‘Here We Are’; a beautifully illustrated guide to living on planet earth!

We have created pictures of our favourite place on planet earth and have written a free verse poem describing it using all of our senses. This week we will be writing our own notes of advice for living on planet earth!

If you don’t have the book at home, here is a video for you to watch!

Have a lovely week!

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