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Working from home - March, 2020

Hello Year 3,

We have heard some of you are having a few difficulties with Doodle Spell. If you are finding it too easy/tricky please let us know via our stay in touch email (year3stayintouch@muscliffprimary.co.uk) and we will recalibrate your account for you which should help! 

 

There are lots of other fun ways to learn your spellings too! Have you tried...

Year 1 and 2 Common Exception Words (Make sure you know these too!)

Year 3 Maths Home Learning laugh

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ 

 

Please see the maths website above for regular maths learning.

You will find a short video tutorial where a skill will be taught or revised and then a practise sheet to apply the skill (answers also supplied).

 

We look forward to hearing how you are getting on!

Remember to update us with any news on our year group email:  year3stayintouch@muscliffprimary.co.uk

 

 

 

26th March 2020

Doodle update!

We have assigned extra tasks to your Doodle: Maths, English and Spelling accounts. These will update weekly and will be focused on revising your Year 3 learning. Keep up all your hard work and keep an eye out for Mrs Raymond sharing some Doodle achievements tomorrow!

 

 

 

Year 3 – Working at home March 2020

Here is an example timetable to help structure your day and keep a positive routine. We hope this helps!

Once a day:

  • Reading
  •  Doodle (6-a-day and extras)

https://students.doodlemaths.com/?_ga=2.111638020.109299841.1584461117-498085498.1567497048

  • Times tables

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/maths/help-with-times-tables/

      https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/   

 

Key Year 3 Skills to keep practising:

Things to do on my own:

 

Pencil and paper:

 

Creative:     

In the kitchen:

Mindfulness:

In the garden:

Physical activities:

Ongoing project:

  • Create an ongoing diary about what you do whilst you’re at home!
  • Research the stone age and make a stone age house
  • Research your family history
  • Create a poster for a country – what facts can you find out?
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