This week's Year 3 Home Learning
Summer 2 Week 2 - This week Y3 has been practising using direct speech punctuation.
Example: Edi said, “I want to go on a school trip to Iffley Fields.”
Now you try:
1. Rehan questioned what can I do to help
2. Theia shouted we need to act now
3. Ben said I think Luna deserves to stay where she lives
4. Carlotta exclaimed this is atrocious
5. Karam asked can we go on a school trip to Iffley Fields
Summer 2 Week 1:
This week we’ve been practising telling time.
Previous Home Learning
This week, we’ve been practising adding fractions with the same denominators.
This week, we’ve been practising adding the ly suffix to root words.
Here are the four rules. Practise adding the ly suffix to the words given.
Summer 1 Week 3
This week, we’ve been learning about equivalent fractions.
Use this link to remind you, then try the quiz at the bottom.
Then try these challenges:
You can download a fraction wall to help here .
This week we have been practising the art of persuasion.
Choose whether it would be better to be invisible or to be able to fly. Then, use the words and phrases below, like you did at school, to persuade someone at home of your choice.
Maybe you can use them to persuade them of something else too!
Hello Year 3.
Sing the song to practise your four times table.
Now, draw some arrays or equal groups or word problems to represent these number sentences.
2 x 4 = 8
3 x 4 = 12
4 x 4 = 16
5 x 4 = 20
Hello Year 3,
Watch this video about how to solve multiplication and division word problems. BrainPOP Jr. - Solving Word Problems
Now try these problems.
The milkman has 15 bottles of milk. He delivers to 5 houses. How many bottles of milk does each house get?
2. Jamie and Dylan are hungry. There are 12 sausages in a pan. How many sausages will each boy get?
3. Eloise, Ben and Beth each want a pack of colouring pencils. Each pack has 5 pencils in. How many pencils will there be altogether?
4. Each table in the class needs 3 rubbers. There are 6 tables. How many rubbers do the class need altogether?
5. There are 7 bags holding 2 balls each and 5 bean bags each. How many balls and bean bags are there altogether?
Hello Year 3,
Watch this video to practise Skip Counting by 3s
Count by 3 | Skip Count by 3 | Skip Counting | Skip Counting Song | Jack Hartmann
Draw some arrays or equal groups to figure out these missing number questions.
3 x ? = 9
2 x 3 = ?
3 x ? = 15
3 x ? = 27
3 x ? = 33
? x 3 = ?4
Bonus! This week in Science Year 3 learned all about how light travels in straight lines and what reflection means. Take a look at this BBC Bitesize page about reflection https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbssgk7/articles/zqdxb82
We tried the experiment below in class and it was really fun! Maybe you could recreate it at home. You will need a torch, 3 mirrors, a book and an object to be your target.
Watch these videos to remind yourself how to subtract using Base-10.
Then try the subtractions below.
You can draw your base 10 or use some objects you can find around the house e.g. pencils for tens and beads for ones.
Year 3 Subtraction Questions
23 - 15 =
46 - 28 =
51 - 35 =
63 - 49 =