We have put together some links to online resources that can support children learning at home.
Parents- We would ask that Parents consider how to keep children safe when they are online. NSPCC has some fantasic guidance avaliable here: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/. We would recommend setting parental controls on any devices and keep an eye on your child's history.
Children- just a reminder if you ever see anything that makes you uncomfortable please speak to an adult. This website is brilliant for learning about how to keep yourself safe https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ - there are even games!
Reading for pleasure
In order to support your child develop a love of reading we have created a list of suggested high quality texts that are suitable for year 3. We hope these are helpful for you!
Audible are now offering children free audio books whilst schools are closed.
Twinkl currently have an offer for all parents to be able to access their resources:
Step 1: Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer
Step 2: Enter the code CVDTWINKLHELPS
Step 3: Share the offer code and website link with anyone who could benefit
Wednesday - RE
How can one person make a big difference?
Captain Tom walked 100 laps of his garden to raise money for the NHS. Since then people have described him as a hero and he has received a Pride of Britain Award, been given the title Colonel, released a Number 1 single and broken 2 Guinness World Records.
Read the information in the picture and the information on the newsround links and discuss whether Colonel To is an inspirational person. Can you link what he has done to how people view Jesus?
Tuesday - Maths - Time
Why do we need to learn to tell the time? When will we use it in real life?
How many clocks and devices are there that tell the time in your house? Come up with a list of clocks and devices that tell the time in your house.
What can you remember about telling the time? Some questions you might want to think about are:
Week 4 - Wednesday - Music
Today you're going to learn to beatbox with Miss Roberts thinking about the pulse of the music you learnt about last week. If you can send a video of you joining in to your teacher that would be lovely
Summer 1 - Week 3 - English
Wednesday - Prodigy Maths
Log into Prodigy Maths and play the games on there. I have set you questions on fractions and it should take around 40 minutes to complete it. If you need your login, please contact Miss Walker or Miss McIver
Thursday - Times Tables
Times Tables practise is really important and there are lots of ways you can do this. You can play on TT Rockstars, you can write down your times tables, you can sing along to the supermovers videos or other TT songs, you can play the games sent home in your home learning packs. The choice is yours
Thursday - Geography - Compass Directions
On Monday you looked at compass directions and you found the different locations on the map where you were given clues. Today you're going to have a look at a map of areas in Nottingham and answer the clues and then have a go at writing your own clues using the compass directions. It is important that we know the compass directions for when we read maps so that we can say where a location is in relation to another location.
Wednesday - Music - Pulse
Follow the online lesson with Miss Roberts learning about the pulse in music. You might want to send your teacher a video of you joining in with the lesson
Wednesday - RE - Inspirational People
Remind yourself of what an inspirational person is from our work last week. What makes a superhero inspirational? Who do you look up to as inspirational?
Christians look up to Jesus as an inspirational person. Today you're going to be looking at a Bible Story where Jesus heals a man who is paralysed (they cannot walk). Watch the video and think about why Christians might believe that Jesus is inspirational and discuss with someone in your family.
If you want to read the Bible story then it is in the PDF below.
Wednesday – Maths - Comparing Fractions
Today you are going to be comparing fractions using the < > and = signs. There are 2 pages of fraction cards and the second page is a challenge page so have a go at this if you find the first page easy or you want to challenge yourself. If you have a printer you can print the sheets and cut out the fraction cards but don’t worry if you don’t as you can write the fractions onto slips of paper.
Turn all the fractions over and put them in a grid on a table. Pick up 2 cards and compare them using the < > and = signs. You might want to create 3 extra cards for the < > and = signs and put the right sign between the cards and take a photo of the cards or you can glue the cards on a sheet of paper once you’ve turned them over and draw the correct symbol between the cards. Use the fractions wall to help you with the comparison.
Summer 1 - Week 2 - Geography
Monday - Geography. Can you find when you live and where school is on this map of the Gedling/Carlton area? Do you know the way you walk/drive to school? Can you discuss your journey to school and think about turning left/right. If where you live isn't on this map then you can find the digital map at: https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/
Summer 1 - Maths - Week 1 (20/4/20)
The maths work for this week is below. On the White Rose Maths Website for week 2 there are tutorial videos to support the children with the worksheets.
Week 2 Maths
Have a look at the White Rose Home Learning for Year 3 website and click on Week 1 and watch the online video lesson. Then you can complete the worksheet for the day. If you can't print the sheet off then write the answer in your jotter or on a piece of paper.
Week 2 - Topic
Art Powerpoint Week 1 Day 2