Year 3 Guide
Please find attached instructions for Year 3 home learning pack.
Children are required to read for at least 20 minutes on their own and with an adult every day. Children should always choose a chapter book and a book of their own choice which ranges from comic books, poetry to non-fictions to help them develop a love for reading.
Here are 11 tips to help your child with reading:
Audible has announced that hundreds of their children’s audiobooks will be free during school closure. They are available to stream on laptops, phones or tablets.
See here for more information:
There are also many websites with free e-books including
Play a spelling game with your child aiming to practice at least 3 spelling words every day.
This is a copy of the Year 3 and 4 statutory spelling list. Children are expected to know and be able to spell this statutory list by the end of Year 4.
A maths task per day from:
- Number and place value (e.g. 327 = 300 + 20 + 7)
- Addition and subtraction (up to 3-digit numbers)
- Multiplication and division
- 3x, 4x and 8x Times table
- Our Year 3 children enjoy learning their times tables with the Super Movers clips!
We are suggesting children to do a physical activity each day. e.g. One of the children’s fitness videos from here:
It is also a great opportunity for children to learn the proper positioning of the hands on the keyboard – a good skill to learn young. The following website, Dance Mat, helps children learn where all the letters are on the keyboard.
Scratch-Computing: Scratch is a free programming tool targeted for primary children to start learning programming and to develop computational thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills!
Other ideas: Be curious! Be creative!
This is a time to find out about their family and traditions they follow.
Conduct a research about the country that you are from or a country of your choice.
After they have gathered enough information, make a travel brochure for that country!
I hope this helps. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach me via email at: