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Year 3 Home Learning

YEAR 3 HOME LEARNING
13th June 2019
We have been learning about growing vegetables. The next time you go to a shop look at where different foods come from. You could make a table to show your findings.
Blueberries-Spain
Potatoes-England
How many adverbs do you know with the suffix –ly?
Create a list e.g. happily, softly…
Practise the 7 times table.

Posted by Stephen Greaves on 14 Jun 2019

Art in 3C

We looked very closely…
We used chalk and charcoal.
We chose a plant or flower that took our fancy.
We looked again and again to check.
We looked at the shapes, lines, shade and texture.
We decided how to use the chalk and charcoal to get the shade we wanted.
We looked closely at the shapes of the leaves.
The plants were all very different.
The flowers were very different too.
We started with a white chalk outline and built up the shades.

Posted by Katherine Chambers on 07 Jun 2019

Year 3 Home Learning 6th June 2019

Posted by Katherine Chambers on 06 Jun 2019

Year 3 – 1940’s games

We looked at some of the traditional games that children played with at the time of World War Two. We enjoyed playing and finding out what our favourites were!

Posted by Mark Bothick on 24 May 2019

Year Three Home Learning 23rd May

Posted by Katherine Chambers on 24 May 2019

Home Learning Year 3 9th May 2019

Posted by Katherine Chambers on 09 May 2019

Year 3 Home Learning

We have been writing about our favourite books. Choose a book and write a book review.
How many words do you know with the suffix –ment or –ness?
Create a list e.g. enjoyment, happiness…
Show a grown-up how you would solve this multiplication using dienes!
124 x 4

Posted by Stephen Greaves on 09 May 2019

Topic Overview (Summer Term) Year 3

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To read the Summer Term Topic Overview click here: Y3 – Topic Title – Dig For Victory 2019

Posted by HolbeachPrimary on 03 May 2019

Year 3 Home Learning 2nd May 2019

Posted by Katherine Chambers on 02 May 2019

Year 3 Home Learning 25th April 2019

 

We practised ordering numbers.

How many numbers can you make using these digits?

6     7    8

Put them in order from smallest to greatest.

Our new topic is ‘Dig For Victory’.

Practise these useful spellings (can you find out what the words mean?)

Evacuation    Evacuee   

Ration         Rationing   

Air raid shelter   World War Two        

Choose a times table and write the ‘family’ for each fact e.g 6 x 2 = 12

So:  2 x 6 = 12,  12 ÷ 2 = 6 and 12 ÷ 6 =2

 

Posted by Stephen Greaves on 26 Apr 2019