Year Three - Home Learning Activities
Here you will find a selection of activities each week to support your child with their learning whilst at home. Scroll down the page to view:
You can find an example of a timetable for supporting your child under the 'home learning timetables' tab. Remember, the most important thing is that your child is safe and healthy. So, you may follow this exactly or do your own thing entirely. Keep sending in those pictures and updates to Class Dojo - they're great!
Oak National Academy
Oak National Academy offers free online classrooms for you and your children. It has been created by over 80 teachers with backing from the government. Lessons cover EYFS to Y6, in literacy, maths and science, plus, history, geography, art and languages. Each day, there are at least three hours of lessons. There is also a specialist curriculum for those with additional needs. https://classroom.thenational.academy/year-groups/
Head over to Hamilton's web page to find your daily grammar: https://www.hamilton-trust.org.uk/blog/learning-home-packs/ Here you will find the power point to support your learning. There is a lot to get through here and I am not expecting you to. However, if you're up for a challenge and missing Literacy lessons then there's so much to tackle!
I appreciate how tricky it is to support your children with new concepts in Maths, so there are different options available.
BBC Bitesize offer daily interactive lessons to revise the work that we have already done this year in class. Or, if your child feels confident to watch the White Rose videos and have a go at the new topics in Maths, that's great too (answer sheets are available).
Remember to keep practising those all-important times tables! Play and compete against your friends on TTRockstars. https://play.ttrockstars.com/
White Rose Maths
Heroes and Villains
Make a simple flip book animation on the theme of The Hundred and One Dalmatians. Think carefully about what their animation will show – a pup’s tail wagging, Cruella winking, or maybe Pongo barking. Plan what will go in each frame, changing each image only slightly from the one that came before. Produce and number at least 25 pages to get a good animation effect. Clip their flip book together, using bulldog clips or split pins, once all of their frames are complete. Animate their pictures by flicking the pages.
Note: A flip book is a book with a series of pictures that vary gradually from one page to the next, so that when the pages are turned rapidly, the pictures appear to move.
• Paper (at least 25 pages)
• Bulldog clips or split pins
• How to make a Flip Book Animation – YouTube
French: Colours of the rainbow
Each morning, tune into The Nation's PE Teacher and sweat!
On Friday afternoons, you may want to celebrate all of your work completed in the week and mark the start of the weekend. Strictly's Oti Mabuse is offering dance classes, check out her videos! https://www.youtube.com/user/mosetsanagape/videos