Hello children, this is your final week in Year 3, thank you for all your hard work this year. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday when we will take you to meet your new Year 4 teachers.
Meet your Year 4 teachers
We ask that children go onto Mathletics and read on a daily basis.
Until we can be in school again we will continue to add activities to this page. Remember, write answers in your pink book so you can practise using complete sentences and neat handwriting.
New activities for year 3 will be placed at the top of this page to make them easier to find including Numeracy skills checks.
Write answers in your pink books, there is no need to print out sheets.
Choose activities you wish to complete especially the exciting ideas on the whole school learning page.
Thank you to all parents who have joined our Class Dojos. If you haven't received an email invitation, please send your current email address to firstname.lastname@example.org In the subject box, please write FAO Mrs Silvera or Mrs Bryan followed by your child's name.
WEEK 11 (13th - 17th July)
Times Tables learning help sheets
This is a golden opportunity to learn your times tables. Remember we learn them in the following order: x2, x10, x5, x3, x4, x6, x7, x8, x9, x11, x12
|Times Tables learning sheets x10 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x11 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x12 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x2 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x3 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x4 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x5 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x6 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x7 pdf.pdf||Download|
|Times Tables learning sheets x8 pdf.pdf||Download|
Read the information about Celtic art. Write about what you have found out remembering to illustrate your work. There are also some Celtic art activities and Celtic colouring sheets below the PowerPoint.
First Holy Communion Prayer Service
This weekend would have been our Year 3's First Holy Communion Masses. We invite you to join us by sharing our prayer service that we have shared here with you. You are all in our hearts and prayers, and we look forward to the day when you will receive this special Sacrament.
New - Exciting Reading Resources
READING BOOKS : PINK BAND TO LIME BAND
We are delighted to be able to share with you a huge range of new free guided reading books (many of which are the same books as your child would choose from our own school library)
If you click on this link https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Portal.aspx your child will have access to a large number of e-books to read at home that are all organised into the same guided reading bands as at Holy Family School. All you have to do is follow these instructions:
1. Click onto teacher sign in
2. User Name: email@example.com
3. Password: Parents20!
We hope you enjoy this resource. It will really help your child to practice their reading skills. It would be great for your child to share a picture of the book they have read through the class dojo page. Just take a photograph of the book and send through messages (within class dojo)
We hope you enjoy this fabulous resource
WEEK 10 (6th-10th July)
Here are 2 PowerPoints about the Iron Age. Choose which one you would like to write about and how you wish to present the information. If you wish, you can write about both.
|All About Doorstep Wildlife Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity.pdf||Download|
|Pet Care of a Dog Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity.pdf||Download|
These are the prayers which children in Year 3 should know
Try these activities, there is a PowerPoint to help. Choose which activities you would like to do each day. If you find the work too challenging, write the sentences from the PowerPoint.
Week One (beginning 23rd March)
Choose which version of the comprehension you would like to complete; hard, harder or hardest. Look for the stars at the bottom of the page to tell you which is which. Please write your answers in your pink book.
|Pet Care of a Bearded Dragon Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity.pdf||Download|
See if you can use the correct punctuation on these sentences. Remember to look at the stars to see which sheets are hard, harder or hardest. Write the correctly punctuated sentences neatly in your pink book.
WEEK 9 (29th June-3rd July)
Although Monday 29th June is the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, the feast was transferred to Sunday 28th. Look at the PowerPoints and then write the story of Saint Paul's conversion in your own words in your pink book.
Here is information about houses from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Draw pictures of the types of houses and write about them.
WEEK 8 (22nd- 26th June)
Look at PowerPoint about Stonehenge then use a double page in your pink book to create a fact file with written information and pictures. Remember to include a heading for each section.
Curriculum - Stonehenge
WEEK 7 (15th - 19th June)
|Stone Age comprehension.pdf||Download|
|Carnival Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity.pdf||Download|
Monday 8th June was World Oceans Day. Have a look at the PowerPoint below and then create a 'Save our Oceans' poster or a 'Fascinating Facts about Oceans' poster. It would be wonderful if you could find out some additional information and share your learning and poster via Twitter or our Class Dojos.
|Captain Tom comprehension.pdf||Download|
Prayers at Home When Gathering for Mass is not Possible
Newsletter from Ten: Ten Spiritual help to share with your family
Year 3 Useful Websites
Here are some maths activities for this week. You can do these as well as Mathletics or you can complete these instead. There are PowerPoints to help.
Meet the Year 3 Team...
Week 2 (beginning 30th March)
Please try to read every day. You can still write it in your Reading Record. Oxford Owl has books organised into Book Bands which you can read online. The details are at the top of this page on the list of Useful Websites.
Follow this link to see lots of maths activities you can complete in your home learning books.
When you have completed the set Mathletics tasks try to complete at least 3 different Mathletics bars a day (totalling 15 per week). In your book write 'Mathletics' as a title, date it and write the headings of each activities you attempted and the score you got. If you get less than 9 out of 10, try it again in the following day or two until you get the gold bar.
Numeracy Skills checks
Have a go at these skills checks. Stage 3 is for children in Year 3. If you find these too difficult try Stage 2. Whichever you choose will help with your maths skills. The answers are here too.
Skills checks Questions
Skills Checks Answers
Space Information with activities you will love
Home Learning Activities Week 2
|Assembly Resource - 30th March.pdf||Download|
|British Values - 30th March.pdf||Download|
|Learning from Home Ideas - 30th March.docx||Download|
|Letter to a friend or relative plan.docx||Download|
|My Favourite Activity.docx||Download|
|Picture News at Home - 30th March.pdf||Download|
|Picture News Paper - 30th March.pdf||Download|
|Picture News Poster 30th March.jpg||Download|
|Picture News Prompt 1.docx||Download|
|Picture News Prompt 2.docx||Download|
Thank you to all the parents/grandparents who attended our Reconciliation workshop...