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Y3 Jaguars

This academic year, Year 3 children will research and investigate The Ancient Egyptians (Autumn), Planet Earth (Spring) and The Stone Age (Summer) through their enquiry-led, topic-themed history and geography lessons.

 

Their English lessons will make use of many cross-curricular opportunities that link with these areas, as will a number of their maths lessons.

 

In science, areas of the curriculum that will be covered consist of Forces and magnets; Light; Animals including humans; Plants; Rocks; Scientists and inventors.

 

 From February children will be given the opportunity to learn  to play a musica instrument through wider opportunities.

 

P.E will be on a Monday, please make sure you have the correct PE kit. White t Shirt, blue/black shorts or jogging bottoms plain blue sweatshirt or school jumper.

 

Thank you for visiting the Year 3 information page. If you have any questions, be sure to contact us on ClassDojo 

 

Mrs R Warner & Mr M Barton

Year 3 Topics

Ancient Egypt Welcome to planet Earth Set in Stone

Home Learning 

It is really important that your learning doesn't stop at school. It can be fun learning at home. Make sure you look at the homework sheet every term but also just for fun you could do some work on your own and bring it in for us to see.

 

  Here are some very useful website links, resources and ideas of activities for you to use at home to help with your learning when you are not at school or with your homework.

 

 

 

READING  It is really important you read at least 3 times a week and continue to record this in your organiser alongside a short summary. This will still count towards any current reading challenges in school. If you were to do 10 minutes a day, your reading would continue to make good progress. Have a good search through the books you have at home and find examples that you think would be challenging. Don't forget that reading recipes and instructions for games are good chances for reading practice too. Other examples are comics, magazines, journals, newspapers and online blogs.

 

Inside the organiser, there are a small number of resources which can be used to help further develop the children's learning of shapes, spellings, times tables and many other things.

 

Remember to practice your times tables and spellings weekly as you will be tested on these weekly.

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This Terms spellings:

Wk 1: eight, eighth, eighty, weight, neighbour, vein, veil, beige, sleigh, freight

 Wk 2: hey, they, obey, grey, prey, whey, survey, convey, disobey, purvey

 Wk 3: straight, campaign, contain, brain, faint, waist, claim, praise

 Wk 4: complaint, afraid, earth, early, learn, heard, earn, pearl, search, unearth

Wk 5:  earl, rehearse, here, hear, heel, heal, main, mane, mail, male

 Wk 6: knot, not, berry, bury, brake, break, meet, meat, ball, bawl, fair, fare

Wk 7: kindly, quickly, safely, rudely, sweetly, strongly, bravely, secretly, finally, usually

Wk 8: happily, angrily, lazily, easily, busily, greedily, messily, wearily, cheekily, clumsily

Wk 9: gently, simply, humbly, nobly, horribly, terribly, possibly, incredibly, comfortably, probably

Wk 10: basically, frantically, dramatically, magically, tragically, comically, actually, accidentally, occasionally, eventually

Wk 11: truly, duly, wholly, fully, daily, publicly, dryly, slyly, shyly, coyly

Wk 12:  believe, appear, often, group, breath, continue, arrive, women, describe, height

 

 

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