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Class 3 Home Learning

Suggested activities for w/c 30th March

  • Year 3: measuring and comparing mass/capacity; calculations with mass/capacity; textbook pages shared below - choose from Set A/B/C (the children should recognise the format)
  • Year 4: ; Year 3 can look too, but the official Year 3 for this week is something we have done before (we were in sync for a mixed class, but the order is slightly different for separate year group classes)
  • Explorers Imagine exercise: choose from the activities associated with the picture given; shared below
  • Reading comprehension: First News weekly challenges and comprehension shared below
  • It's about to be the Easter holidays so we're putting our learning about Islam on hold to think about Easter
  • Retell the events of Holy Week and Easter in your own way: you could write a story, act out a play, draw a comic book, create a Lego scene, make a stop motion film...
  • Choose a South American country and write a fact file about it
  • Make up your own way of showing this, or use the format shared below
  • What do you imagine the Amazon rainforest will be like in 10 years?
  • Will it be better or worse?  How or why might this be?
  • Create a poster or a PowerPoint about it
Art (continue from last week)

Class 3 Home Learning Previous Weeks

We have no expectations for submitting work - below is an option available to you to use if you would like.

If you choose to send work in to the Class 3 teaching team, please photograph/scan and email it to them at . This email address will be checked periodically during the usual school day hours from the first day of closure, circumstances permitting.  As this is a new way of working, you will not get an immediate response.

Ideas for use at any time

Learning Activities Year 3

Ideas to support your Year 3 child:

  • Recall 3, 4 and 8 multiplications as well as their division facts
  • Use everyday objects to write fractions
  • Compare, order, add and subtract fractions with the same denominators
  • Measure objects around the house using a ruler and record in mm and cm
  • Baking is a perfect way to measure mass, capacity and time
  • Tell and write the time in 24 hour and analogue - do this at certain times of the day. Try to create a timetable
  • Draw 2D shapes and use a ruler to measure their sides
  • Add and subtract money using both pounds and pence
  • Ensure your child reads every day. Ask your child to give you a recount of what they have read.
  • Ask your children to keep a diary and include:
    • Conjunctions (if, since, at, when, although, because)
    • Adverbs and prepositions (during, before, after, behind, in front of, between) to make sentences longer
    • Speech in sentences
Practical ideas for Y3 home learning pack see PDF files at the bottom of the page

Learning Activities Year 4

Ideas to support your Year 4 child:

  • Read every day. Ask questions about what might happen next, you could write these down and see if you were correct
  • Write a book review
  • Practise timetables
  • Practise spellings
  • Encourage addition and subtraction using money. How much change?
  • Use everyday objects to practise fractions - how much pizza have you eaten? What fraction of the socks are blue? What fraction of the cars you can see are red?
  • Make a plan to decorate a room and measure the perimeter
  • Write an explanation text about your favourite hobby
Practical ideas for Y4 home learning pack see PDF files at the bottom of the page

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