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Excellence through Effort & Enjoyment
Be Kind…Be Safe…Be Responsible

Year 3 suggested activities

Today is the first day of a new term. We should all be arriving at school fresh and full of chocolate, ready to tell me what you’ve been up to for the past two weeks but things are a little different this year.  It’s been lovely hearing from some of you, please keep sending through your pictures and messages. I miss you all!

I have attached Term 5, Week 1 spellings. I will be giving you these every week now, just like we would have normally had at school. Please learn and do your own mini tests at home. 

Maths this week is ordering fractions. I have attached a worksheet with three different levels of challenge for you to choose from, which you can see from the stars at the bottom of the page. The answers are there for you too. On Mathletics I have assigned the 'ordering fractions' task to any children who have not completed it yet. 

On Thursday it is St George's day. Below there is a comprehension activity all about St George's day, again with three different levels of challenge. 

Science focus for Year 3 this term is Plants. There is a PowerPoint for you to look through and learn the different parts of plants including their functions. There is also an activity sheet for you to complete. This is a great time for flowers to be appearing in our gardens, it would be lovely for you to send some photo evidence or drawings of the flowers in your garden to boughtonyr3@gmail.com. 
Also attached for parents is a sheet containing all the key vocabulary and facts that Year 3 children should know by the end of the term. Do what you wish with this. 

There is a lot here this week, have a go at what you can if you are able to. Remember to stay home and stay safe. 

Mr Wilson and Miss Croxford