Welcome to Year 3 with Mrs Main
Home Learning Y3 Resources
Have a go at the Animal Composition Challenge
More musical activities to help you practise your skills, follow these links:
If you want to find out more about nature in your garden, why not take part in the WWF 'Garden Bioblitz', follow the link:
For all those eager to continue learning to play the recorder or just fancy a music based tasks, Mrs Tann, our Music Specialist, has provided two more activities:
Hope you all enjoyed the half-term holiday and managed to enjoy the sunshine.
As some of you will be continuing with Home Learning, the weekly timetable will continue have a variety of activities for you to follow with your child. If you have run out of time on any activities, please re-visit last week's timetable and do them, as it will not be time wasted. Again, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
It's been really encouraging to see children have been continuing to access purple mash. I have included some 2Do's in the timetable and, if children are inspired, there are extra activities for them to complete. There is also an extra section if children want to keep busy. It's lovely to see children are continuing to access the shared blog, too.
This link may be of interest if you would like to take your learning outside
There is also a link for Music activities to be included in our weekly timetable at your convenience, provided by the Shropshire Music Service
Keep safe and keep busy!
It is important to continue to practise times tables and number bond skills. Also encourage your children to read independently for at least 20 minutes each day and spending time asking them questions about what they have read helps their comprehension skills, too.
Summer Term Topic is Under the Sea. Science topics are Plants (Summer 1) and Animals (including Humans) (Summer 2)
Take care, stay safe and keep in touch!
Love from Mrs Main