Dear Year 3 and Parents,
We hope that you have had a lovely half term break and that you have managed to enjoy some of the beautiful weather that we have been having. We are starting with another week of home learning activities. As ever - please do get in touch with either of us if you need any help or support. Please keep those photos coming in too - we love to see them!
Mrs Waterhouse and Mrs Gregory
Please visit the Year 3 home learning page for the section on well being. There are some lovely activities for you to do.
This week our English focus is on characters and exploring characters in lots of stories. We hope you enjoy it!
For Maths this week we are going to have another look at money. There is a PowerPoint below that looks at making different money combinations. There are also some activities that you could have a go at linked to this. There are three different levels for this activity - please choose the level that you think is appropriate for your child.
After this we would love you to try and set up a toy shop at home with some of your toys. You could set them out like they are in a shop and you could label each toy with a price. Then you could ask a family member to come to your shop and buy some items. Can you add together how much the items will cost? Can you work out how much change you need to give?
Here is the next set of Arithmetic questions.
Recap the PowerPoint about flowers below and have a go at the linked activity.
Don't forget the seed diary 2do on Purple Mash.
If you would like to practise some more French I have included a colouring sheet below that will help you to learn how to say your colours in French.
I have attached some sheets to revisit some very important skills - capital letters and full stops are something that we are always reminding the children about. This is really important and is revisited regularly in class. There is also a grammar activity on nouns and adjectives.
The last two lessons is our Romans history topic. These two are my favourites! We wouldn't be doing these in school now - we would've got them done before half term. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!