We hope you are all staying safe at home. We will update this page weekly with suggested tasks that you can do at home, to support your child’s learning.
If you have any questions, please get in touch using our new class email address – Year3@klps.org.uk
Children can keep up to date with what is going on by following this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround
Here are the spellings for next half term – spellings-year-3-summer-2-2020
week 15 – home-learning-year-3
week 14 – home-learning-year-3-290620
Home music with Mrs Warwick – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VbN04V3d7f1b2DWjPTDi2G-RsKrZCur_/view?usp=sharing
Music at home rhythm – https://drive.google.com/file/d/17z45hkoeBF_Ej5Y6AV-9cjDpl5jkrIMB/view?usp=sharing
week 13 – home-learning-year-3-220620
week 12 – home-learning-year-3-150620
week 11 – home-learning-year-3-080620
week 10 – home-learning-year-3-010620
week 9 – home-learning-year-3
week 8 – home-learning-year-3-110520
week 7 – home-learning-year-3-040520
week 6 – y3-home-learning-week-6
week 5 – home-learning-week-5
week 4 – home-learning-year-3-130420
week 3 – home-learning-year-3-060420-1
Week 2 – your suggested tasks can be found here 30-3-20-home-learning-menu-1
You may also find the following links useful:
– your child will be set tables appropriate to their stage of learning
– maths based learning including tables
– English based learning including spelling
Other websites which are offering free access to their resources:
– this website are offering free access to all of its online resources which you may find useful.
– this is the maths scheme which we follow in school. They are currently putting together free online resources which should be available in the coming week so please keep an eye out.
– downloadable resources to support maths and English
If your child has been advised by health professionals to self-isolate or you need to for family reasons, here are some links you may find useful which are offering free access to their online resources. Your child will also receive a pack of work from their class teacher.
– free games to support maths and phonics
www.oxfordowl.co.uk – Oxford owl offers free access to hundreds of e-books. Many of these books match school reading schemes. There are also activities to complete alongside the books.
Free Websites to help your child stay active.
Body Coach – Kids Workouts to do at home:
Anna Freud – Mental health and well-being advice for parents and children
Bit of fun – this is a great resources for virtual tours around the world. Worth a visit!
Your child will also be given a pack of work by their class teacher.