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Archived Home Learning Year 3

Year 3 Autumn Term 2020

(Click inside each box to access learning tasks and resources)

 

Maths

Literacy

Boredom busters

Foundation subjects

Wellness

RE

Week 2

w/c 14th September

 

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Past and Present Tense

Perfect form

Purple is best

 

 

Maths

 Autumn 2020 Learning Logs

List favourite fitness activities on index cards and put in a box. Each family member pulls one card out of the box after each night.

Think about the world and how humans have changed it. What have humans done that have had a negative effect on the planet? What can we all do to help stop this?

Complete the earth template and annotate around this with ideas of things that you could personally do to help save the planet – E.G Park & stride.

Week 3

w/c 21th September

 

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Number lines

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Past and Present tense with audio

Perfect form with audio

Progressive tense with audio

English

Autumn 2020 Learning Logs

Create a mini-Olympics with age appropriate activities.

Use the sequencing cards to retell the story on Noah’s Ark.

  • How did God show his displeasure?
    • o How were the people behaving?
    • o What difference would it have made to people to receive rules?
    • o How did they improve the world?

 

Week 4

w/c 28th September

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Order numbers

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Powerpoint

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Maths Autumn 2020 Learning Logs

Write a list of the people to make contact with every day/every few days.

  • Ask them how they are
  • Share what you have been learning
  • Write them letters, or a poem
  • Draw them pictures
  • Send them photos

Read the story told by Rabbi Isaac Luria and then create a poster of shards [broken pieces of glass], each containing an act of kindness / charity that could help to ‘mend the world.’

Week 5

w/c  5th October

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Clauses and conjunctions

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English Autumn 2020 Learning Logs

Play lawn bowls

Martin Luther King

I have a dream

 

Week 6

w/c 12th October

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Powerpoint presentation

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Word class with audio

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Maths Autumn 2020 Learning Logs

Travel the World

We may not be able to leave the house, but we can find out about people in other countries and visit the world from home. Chose a new country to visit, virtually, every day. Learn the things that are special about the new places you go to….

  • What animals live there?
  • What is special about the place and its people?
  • What do they eat?
  • Which continent is it?
  • Identify its location on a map
  • What is its climate like?
  • Flag
  • What other interesting facts did you learn?

https://www.christianaid.org.uk/our-work/about-us

 

https://www.islamic-relief.org.uk/about-us/

 

Compare the websites and fill in the comparison grid.

Week 7

w/c 19th October

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Adverbs

Dialogue

 

English Autumn 2020 Learning Logs

Play Tag, Hopscotch, Four Square, the Hokey Pokey and Simon Says.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxlkDoAPeBA

Choose an activity that a charity would support e.g. delivering food to someone in need. Draw or paint this act & incorporate a value. For example, within a heart representing love, draw someone receiving a food parcel.