Year 3

Dear Year 3,

I hope you’re well. It seems like we’re going to be continuing on like this for a little bit longer. I wonder how you all are. I think about you every day. I hope you’re managing to keep busy and learning some new life skills while you’re at home. Well done to everyone who is using Purple Mash, keep it up! If you haven’t yet then go and have a look, I’ve sent new 2Do’s and there’s more to come still.

I hope you’ve managed to watch some of the videos I’ve shared for you on Facebook and on the website. I chose to read Alice in Wonderland because it’s one of my favourite books. It’s all about Alice who goes on an adventure and when I read it it makes me feel like I’m going on an adventure too, even when I’m still at home. I shared it with you because I want you to feel like that too.

I have also uploaded a book for you to read to yourself and your family. It’s called How not to go to school. I hope it makes you smile and reminds you that you’re not alone in this.

If you watched my art video on zentangles, give it a try and send me some photos! I’ll be setting up a 2do for you to share some on Purple Mash. Try to decorate the mendhi hands using zentangle patterns! I’ve uploaded some of the bookmarks that I’ve been making for you. You can print them off and colour them in.

Those of you who have shared what you’ve been doing at home, I love seeing photos of what you’ve made and how you’re spending time with your family. I try to comment on as many as I can so keep them coming. I miss you all very much. Try to stay positive, keep smiling and stay safe.

Love from Miss Naseer

Update 13/05/2020

Update 29/04/2020

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Homework Menu

Book Reading by Miss Naseer

Book Reading by Miss Naseer [Part 2]

Book Reading by Miss Naseer [Part 3]

Video Message from Mrs Schofield

Video Message & Book Reading from Mr Smith

Video Message & Book Reading from Mr Smith [Part 2]

Video Message from Mrs Edwards

Video Message from Miss Mallalieu

Book Reading from Miss Mallalieu

Year 3 topics

Stone Age, Light and Dark, Volcanoes, Rocks and Fossils, Ancient Egypt and Africa (plants and animals). Maybe revisit an old topic and see what you can remember!

  • Create a word search
  • Write a poem linked to the topic
  • Create a fact file of a famous person or significant invention
  • Create a piece of art for one of these topics

Zentangle Bookmarks


Continue accessing the BBC Bitesize website

Continue accessing the White Rose Hub website

Adding Money

Converting Pounds And Pence

Give Change

Mastery Money Challenge Cards

Multiplication And Division Word Problems

Multiplication And Division Workbook

Pounds And Pence

Subtract Money

Addition And Subtraction Missing Number Calculations

Addition And Subtraction Word Problems

Addition And Subtraction Workbook

Mental Arithmetic

Complements To 100 And 200

Counting In 10s

Doubling And Halving

Rapid Recall Challenge

Rounding To The Nearest 10

Comparing Numbers and Objects

Counting in Hundreds and 50s

Finding 1, 10 and 100 More or Less

Numberlines Ordering Numbers

Place Value Post Learn

Reading and Representing Numbers

  • Make sure you are practising your 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 and 11 times tables and related division facts – you can do this using your TTRockstars login or play Hit the Button – practise your arithmetic and improve your mental maths with these practise worksheets – have a go at these mental maths tests. Ask someone to read out the questions to you. – revisit the topics we have already learned like place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division



Continue accessing the Oak Academy website

There is a lovely Book of Hope that you can find here

Become a vocabulary ninja with word of the day challenges

Use this website to improve your oral speaking skills. Choose a debate topic and have a debate with your family (remember to keep it respectful of other people’s opinions in the same way we have P4C debates) –

How Not To Go To School

Alan Turing

Fronted Adverbials Booklet


Lucy And The Leprechaun – A St. Patrick’s Day Story

Marie Curie

Stone Age SPaG Challenge

Was Or Were Subject Verb Agreement

Suffix -ed

Correct The Punctuation

Correct The Spellings

Fossils Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity

Garden Birds Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity

Sun Safety Reading Comprehension Activity

Wimbledon Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity

Word Problem Challenge Cards

Year 3 and 4 Statutory Spelling Activity Sheets

The Gunpowder Plot Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity

Writing Prompts 2

Writing Prompts

Year 3 and 4 Statutory Word List

Homophones Board


Information Sheet Template

  • Make sure you are practising your reading every day for at least 10 minutes. Write a book review about any book that you have finished reading. – practise improving your vocabulary and spellings by playing these games – practise your reading comprehension with some of these short reading tasks



Science Experiments for Kids: – revise light, rocks and soil – here are some activities you can do linked to rocks and minerals


History – start researching Ancient Egypt for our new topic – see if you can learn some new vocabulary linked to our Ancient Egypt topic


RE – research an inspirational person


Geography  – play the timed games to learn as many countries and European capital cities as you can. Play again and see if you can beat you last score!



There are daily tutorials on drawing on this website



Keep checking Miss Malalleu’s blog for PSHE activities.