Year 3 Home Learning Week Two

English

Here are a few activties to keep you busy this week.

Easter-English-Activity-Booklet.pdf

Easter-English-Activity-Booklet-Answers.pdf

Spellings

This is the last set of spellings before the Easter Holidays! These are statutory words, which means all children in Year 3 will be learning them. 

Group 1 Statutory Year 3 words

Group 2 Statutory   Year 3 words

Group 3 Statutory   Year 3 words

address

address

address

busy

busy

busy

heart

heart

heart

fruit

fruit

fruit

forwards

forwards

forwards

strange

strange

strange

 

complete

complete

 

business

business

 

 

breathe

 

 

extreme

Word-Search-Black-and-White.pdf

Coordinates-Spelling-Game-Activity-Sheet.pdf

Cursive-Handwriting-Practice-Sheet.pdf

 

Maths

Check out these Easter themed maths activities. Think about what you enjoy doing and pick the challenges that right for you. Take learning at your own pace and have fun!

Easter-multiplication-mosaics.pdf

Easter-egg-division-colour-by-number.pdf

Easter-Joke-Multiplication-Code-Breaker-Activity.pdf

The-Maths-Mystery-of-the-Easter-Bunny-Costume.pdf

Easter-maths-challenge-cards.pdf

RE

Remind yourself what happened on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday with this reading comprehension.

Easter-differentiated-reading-comprehension.pdf

Use your illustration skills to create a comic strip retelling the Easter story.

Easter-comic-strip.pdf

 

 

Geography 

Develop your ability to use coordinates with this first activity. Unsure which coordinate goes first? Top Tip: Remember to “go along the corridor and up the stairs” or look along the horizontal axis → then up the vertical axis ↑ (if you like using mathematical terms).

Easter-bunny-grid-coordinates.pdf

Then try creating your map of Easter land and plot your own coordinates.  

Easter-land-grid-coordinates-activity.pdf

Science

Rocks Escape Room Game

Imagine you searching for precious stones and gems in a dark gloomy cave. When suddenly there is a landslide and rubble is blocking the entrance. Luckily you have a mobile phone to call for help. Use your rock knowledge to solve the clues to collect an 8 digit code that will unlock the phone and allow you to escape. Good Luck!

Escape-the-Cave-Clue-Cards.pdf

Escape-the-Cave-Answers.pdf

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Computing

Use your Purple Mash login to check out their range of Easter activities. 

Top tip: Make sure you are logging in to SAVS domain

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/south-sl5

Or explore Rocks and Soil activities in Science – I recommend the Quiz!

DT

If you can track down the ingredients you may want to try baking some Easter Nests.

Easter-Egg-Nests-Recipe.pdf

5 Minutes No sew Easter Bunny Craft using an unmatched sock, rice and rubber bands or string.

https://feelingnifty.com/easter-bunny-craft/

 

Art

Create your own funky bunny with shades using the template below.

Funky-Easter-Bunny-Craft-Template.pdf

You can watch a tutorial: https://www.teachstarter.com/gb/teaching-resource/fun-easter-bunny-craft-template-gb/

Choose an Easter card to colour online or print and send it to let someone special know you are thinking of them.

http://www.supercoloring.com/coloring-pages/holidays/easter/easter-cards

PSHE

Year 3’s moto is ‘We are all Kind and Respectful!’  

If you’re looking for ideas to promote being kind at home page 4 of this activity could help. Each time you complete an act of kindness you colour a box to reveal a picture.

At-Home-Mystery-Picture-Kindness.pdf

Bear Hunt

Last week I challenged you to put a rainbow up in your window. This week I’m requesting you put a bear in the window. The idea is to create a bear hunt in the local area as inspired by Michael Rosen’s book ‘We’re going on a bear hunt.’

Can you change the bear daily? For example, put up a speech bubble or a thought bubble or give it a prop?