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We have places available in the following year groups: 5 places in Year 1, 5 places in Year 3 and 2 places in Year 4.

Year 3 Home Learning

 

Y3  Home Learning Plan

Class teachers:  Mrs Hart and Mrs Elliott

 

This Home Learning Plan supports the education of children needing to isolate at home but who would otherwise be well enough to attend school.  

 

The Home Learning Plan combines set daily tasks for a child to complete for English, links to daily White Rose Maths, links to Oak National Academy daily lessons (this includes teaching and learning of other subjects in the curriculum). 

English

Daily reading:  

 

It is so important you continue your daily reading.  Please read at least 30 minutes a day – great if you can read longer (you may wish to break it up into two 15 minute sessions).   Choose from the following types of text:

 your school reading book

  • your assigned book on Active Learn – Bug Club  

  www.activelearnprimary.co.uk
(log in details on page 21 of Home School Diary)

  • one of your own fiction or non-fiction books
  • an article on the Children’s Newsround website
  •  a magazine or comic
  • The Year 2 and the Year 3/Year 4 spelling list - pages 23 and 24 of the Home School Diary

 

Please spend some time discussing what you have read with an adult- see pages 30-35 of the Home School Diary for further details.

 

 

Daily English Lesson on Oak National Academy

Click on the link to take part in the Daily English Lesson for Year 6 on the Oak National Academy Website.  Look for today’s date.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-3

 

Writing:

Choose two of the following activities to complete each week:

  • Write the weekly shopping list out for your parents
  • Write a letter to an elderly relative who is also isolating or who may be missing you!
  • Imagine you are the character from your book and write a diary entry for something they do
  • Create a poster about all the fun things you’re missing at school!
  • Retell a traditional tale- e.g. Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs
  • Create list of reasons for someone to come to St Mark’s School, or visit Weston
  • Find a picture/photo of a place (a forest, a beach, mountain, planet, cave etc) and write a setting description
  • If you have done some cooking at home, write instructions for how to make the food.

 

Daily Spelling and Word work

 

Monday:    Spelling Shed  

www.spellingshed.com    

Log in details on Page 21 of your Home School Diary.

Practise your spelling assignment on spelling shed.

 

 

Tuesday:  Spelling

Practise spelling 10 words from the Year 3 /4 spelling list: find these on p 24 of the Home School Diary.

 

 

 

 

Wednesday:  Spelling Shed

Practise playing the ‘Bonus Games’ on Spelling Shed – try the ‘Bee Keeper’ game. You could even try set up a Hive game with someone else.

 

 

Thursday:   Sentence work

Choose 5 words from the Year 3 /4 spelling list and write them in a sentence, showing your understanding of the meaning.

 

 

Friday:    Vocabulary work

Find 4 unfamiliar words in your reading work.  Look up the meaning of the word and learn to spell it.  Try to use these words in a conversation.

 

Maths

Daily ‘White Rose Maths’ Lesson

 

‘White Rose Maths’ is the maths scheme we follow at St Mark’s. Each week they provide a set of online Home Learning lessons in the form of a video.  Please encourage your child to complete one lesson every day (note: sometimes there may be only 4 videos for a week).   

 

The video can be accessed and played on any PC, laptop, mobile device, phone etc.  Your child should pause the video and try answering questions when instructed to do so. All jottings and calculations can be made in your child’s Homework Book.

 

Click on this link to go to the White Rose Home Learning Page.    https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Find the ‘current week’ maths lessons for Year 3.

 

(Please note:  The Oak National Academy produce a Daily Maths Lessons, but we would prefer the children to complete the White Rose Maths lessons instead.  If they wish to do this lesson as well, they are welcome to do so.)

Additional Daily Maths Activities:   

 

These can be accessed on Times table Rockstars-  

www.timestablerockstars.com

 

Activelearn:

 

 www.activelearnprimary.co.uk

 

Log in details on page 21 of Home School Diary.

 

Monday:     Garage on Timestable Rockstars 

 

Find game in:  


Times table Rockstars, garage.  

 

Tuesday:   Clam Collector on Activelearn

 

Find game in:  

Activelearn, my stuff, abacus, Clam Collector

 

 

Wednesday:  Telling the time

 

Practise telling the time to the nearest 15 mins on an analogue clock.

 

Thursday:   Money

 

Identify coins and notes and count piles of money.

 

 

Friday:    Maths games on School Website

 

Choose a game to play from the school website.

 

Find these in:

St Mark’s website, children, learning zone, maths

 

 

Other curriculum subjects - Oak National Academy

 

Go to the Oak National Academy.  Click on: 

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/year-groups

 

Find your year group.

 

Click on ‘Schedule’.  Complete the lesson for today that is not English or Maths (often this is Lesson 2).

 

You will need to watch the video and answer questions the teacher asks.  Pause the video to give yourself thinking time.

 

 

RE - Oak National Academy

 

Go to the Oak National Academy. Click on:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/christianity-90fd

 

Watch one of the videos on Christianity at least two days a week.

PE

Online PE activities from ‘Jump Start Jonny’

 

Children will be familiar with these lively workouts and quiet mindfulness lessons online

 

To go to Jump Start Jonny website, click:

 

https://www.jumpstartjonny.co.uk/home

 

Login details:

 

            Username:  office@stmarks.bwmat.org   

 

            Password:  StMarks

 

 

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