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Please see below a variety of resources / websites / activities that can be used should your child be self isolating during this time. Please still encourage reading at home as much as possible. Every child has been issued with a Purple Mash login which can be accessed at home and contains lots of activities across much of the curriculum. Thank you, Miss O'Driscoll. 

Week beginning 29th June

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 29th June

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 22nd June

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 22nd June

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 15th June

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 15th June

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 8th June

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 8th June

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 1st June

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 1st June

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 18th May

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 18th May

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 11th May

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 11th May

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Week beginning 4th May

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 4th May

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Apps to try at home

There are so many free learning apps to download and try at home, you may have already used / heard of these but just in case, here are a few of our favourites:

 

Carol Vorderman's Maths Factor - These are free lessons to use with your children at home.

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

 

Sir Linkalot - A great app to target spelling practice, this is free to download on ios and android.

https://www.sirlinkalot.org/

 

Numbots - free games related to maths. Children can use the same login for TT Rockstars.

https://play.numbots.com/#/account/search-school

Week beginning 27th April

 

Year 3 Home Learning Booklet - W/C 27th April

Please find below this weeks home learning booklet. School will be open every Tuesday for you to collect a new pack and ask any questions. If you are unable to make it to school please print off the pack at home or complete the worksheets on paper.

Maths

Follow the link to white Rose Maths https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

This week children are learning ow to add and subtract fractions. Watch the videos and complete the worksheets on a piece of paper.

 

Recap: Multiplication and division.

Try these activities recapping multiplication and division - one task for everyday of the week, plus teaching PowerPoints.

English

Recap: Non-Chronological reports - give these daily activities a try. Could you write your own chronological report about your favourite animal?

Science

We are learning about plants this term. Can you go on a plant hunt in your garden or around the local area on on one of your walks. Draw some of the flowers /plants that you see. can you label the parts of this plant?

History

We are continuing to learn about Henry VIII and his many wives. Can you create an information poster / leaflet about the Monarch and his life? Remember to include factual information and pictures. Use the template below, or create your own.

Music

Don't forget to take part in the iSing virtual choir created by Resonate Music Hub. Children from all over the city can get involved, details of how to take part can be found at the top of this page!

 

Learn to sing some songs with Out of the Ark - follow their website here to get access to a variety of songs children can sing at home, take some videos or audio recordings!

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=OOTA%20%20HOME%20Week%206&utm_content=OOTA%20%20HOME%20Week%206+Version+A+CID_11f8bc904470792ecb087edf29ae0c62&utm_source=Email%20newsletter&utm_term=VIEW%20WEEK%206%20%20HOME

Art / DT

This website has lots of great lessons / tutorials for children on the skill of drawing.

https://www.paulcarneyarts.com/online-drawing-home

RE

We are continuing to look at Christian art in RE. Below is a booklet of activities centred on famous Christian artwork.

Join the Liverpool iSing Virtual Choir!

Our friends at Resonate Music Hub have created the iSing virtual choir for primary aged children across the city. All you have to do is take a small video / audio recording of yourself alone or with your family singing along to the song "In My Liverpool Home". A video of the the song and its lyrics are posted below along with a short video explaining what to do. Parents please send the short video to IMLHResonate@gmail.com by Wednesday 29th April (please include the school's name in your entry).  It would be great to see many of our St Cleopas children in the final video! Have fun and get singing!!

 

Please watch the instructional video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An7wihZEQlo

 

The lyrics and the song can be heard here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA4m9pd9mls&t=18s

Week beginning 20th April:

English

Please find below reading and writing activities centred on the story 'Fantastic Mr Fox' by Roald Dahl.The text is included in the pack but you might want to listen to the full audio book which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJofxwa5bMo

Maths

Continue with times table practice using hit the button https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Follow the summer term week 1 (W/C 20th April) activities on White Rose Maths, children are continuing their work on fractions.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Science

STEM Learning have published a book of simple experiments to conduct at home. the pack contains lots of easy, practical and fun investigations for children to consider.

The book can be found here:

RE

This term we are looking at Christian Art. Click the link which takes you to the Methodist Modern Art Collection: https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/reflecting-on-faith/the-methodist-modern-art-collection/browse-the-collection/

Browse the various paintings and artwork.

Think about:

What can you see? Look really hard.

What do you like / dislike about the paintings?

Write 5 words to describe your favourite pieces.

Challenge: Can you create your own piece of Christian Art!

Art

Can you complete the Dino drawing challenge? Each day focuses on drawing a different dinosaur! Extra points if you include information or a story bout your chosen dinosaur! Get drawing / painting!

History

This term we are learning about the Tudors and Henry VIII. Who was Henry VIII? What do you already know about this infamous Monarch? Write down everything you already know!

Go through the PowerPoint below detailing more information about the King.

Read the 'Who was Henry VIII Sources' sheet and complete the questions.

Music

Use your Charanga login to access the latest activities for this term.

https://charanga.com/yumu/login

Daily lessons with BBC Bitesize!

BBC Bitesize have developed daily lessons on a range of subjects from History and Geography to Music and Wellbeing. Learn different subjects from a host of celebrities including Spanish with Sergio Aguero and the Natural World with David Attenborough! Lessons can be found here by clicking on the relevant year group.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

Easter Holiday Activities:

 

Here you will find some great practical activities to try at home during the Easter break!

 

1. Make a paper horse that actually walks on its own!

https://frugalfun4boys.com/paper-horse-that-walks/

 

2. Easter Activity Bingo! Roll the dice to see what activity you will do today!

3. How to grow a rainbow! Try this easy, fun science experiment at home!

4. Make salt dough Easter Eggs!

https://www.thebestideasforkids.com/salt-dough-easter-eggs/

 

5. Make an Easter paper plate basket!

https://www.thebestideasforkids.com/easter-paper-plate-basket/

 

6. Sponge Painted Easter Eggs!

https://buggyandbuddy.com/easter-craft-egg-sponge-painting-kids/

 

7. Easter themed Maths activity booklet!

Week beginning 30th March:

Start the day with a fun song that children can move about to!

https://youtu.be/Uv3JjtQzvUc

 

Maths

Times table practice using 'hit the button' interactive game which can be accessed here:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

White Rose Maths Week 2 - Follow the link to access this weeks objectives / activities:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Download the PowerPoint presentations and learning activities for children to complete.

 

English

Super Sentence Stacking - Session 1

Today children will be using the short film Lucky Dip as inspiration in our Super Sentence Stacking.

Watch the clip below and follow the instructions. Children come up with 9 sentences to develop a short story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpJX-qP372c

 

Science

Make a glowing bouncy egg!

This activity teaches little scientists about egg anatomy and osmosis and takes very little prep. All you need are some eggs, vinegar and coloured highlighters.

Access the activity here: https://thestemlaboratory.com/glowing-bouncy-egg/

Some questions to think about:

What worked well?

Did you manage to make a bouncing egg from all of the colours available?

How was the egg able to bounce?

What is Osmosis?

 

RE

We are continuing to look at Holy week.

This week children could create timeline of the key events of holy week and complete the below wordsearch:

Music

Learn to sing this Easter song and perform it to your family!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVoNf8b8-eA

 

Charanga - follow the link to access daily activities, please use your login and password you were provided with.

https://charanga.com/yumu/login

 

Art

Remember to do Miss Sharpe's Vincent Van Gogh birthday challenge here:

Other tasks / worksheets per subject:
Useful Websites and Activities:

Purple Mash

Every child has an individual login. Please click the link below:

https://www.purplemash.com/login/

Interactive Maths Games

This is a great website for online maths games that children can access on computers / ipads.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/ordering-and-sequencing-numbers

P.E

Joe Wicks has lots of great, short exercise videos for children, you can access them here:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Music

Please follow this link to access the school's Music programme. Children have been given their own login.

https://charanga.com/yumu/login

Geography

This term we are learning about Paris. Can you locate and identify Paris on a world map? Can you name famous Parisian landmarks?

Suggested activities:

Use google street view to navigate around the city. Can you describe the location?

Create an information leaflet or poster suggesting why people should visit Paris.

Compare Paris and London - look at images and maps. Can you describe how they are similar and different?

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Below are some practical activities to keep children relaxed and engaged during this time.

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