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Welcome to Year 3.Let the fun begin! 

Our first class text is called Stone Age Boy. Click on the link below to listen to the story online

Stone Age Boy

Hit the Button is a super maths game for practising maths skills including times tables and number bonds. 

In Science, we are learning all about rocks and soils. Have a go at some of the rocks and soils activities on Topmarks, to help you to understand more about this topic.


Click on the links below to find out more information about the Stone Age as well as information about our R.E. topic, the celebration of Harvest. 































We will be learning to tell the time in maths lessons. This is a super activity to practise at home. There are also lots of time games on the maths links at the top of this page. 


In art, we are learning all about the life and work of L.S.Lowry. We will be having a go at drawing and painting our own pictures in the style of Lowry. Click on the link below to explore some of Lowry's work.  

In English, we are reading the text, Secrets of a Sun King. This is a great text to support our Ancient Egypt work in history. 

Secrets of a Sun King - class text

We are working on fractions in maths at the moment. As well as Mathletics and Topmarks, there are some other great interactive games that the children can play, to support their understanding of fractions. Click on the link below to play on Maths Playground. 

In history, we are learning all about Ancient Egypt. Below are some links to  websites, which have interesting facts for the children to learn. 

In design and technology we are going to be exploring packaging and creating our own packaging for biscuits. 

Our class texts for this half term.

In science, we are learning all about forces and magnets. Click on the links below to watch the videos and have a go at some of the activities. 

Spring 1 overview

You will find a range of links at the top of the page, which can support home learning. 
In Geography, we will be looking at countries of the UK and where we live in the world. Explore the interactive map below. I wonder if you can find where we live? 
In science, we are learning about animals, including humans. We will be discussing nutrition and functions of  skeletons and muscles. Click on the link below to find out about the human body.  
It is very exciting to have all the children back in school again. I hope you are all looking forward to your time in year 3. Click on the links to see what we will be learning. 
Science learning this half term is all about 'Forces and Magnets'. Click on the links below to learn more. 










We are learning all about the UK and our local area in geography this half term. Click on the links below to play some geography games. 


The Stone Age Workshop started with a walk through the different periods of time whilst discussing the significance of each one. This included a Mesolithic wedding and the hunting of a woolly mammoth. After that, the children had the chance to handle some of the artefacts. Although some were replicas we actually had the opportunity to handle some real artefacts which were thousands of years old! Later, the children rotated around activities which included sorting arrowheads, weighing and ordering bones, exploring old coins and sorting a range of artefacts by their materials. 
The afternoon consisted of spear throwing and dressing as a Stone Age person. To end the day, we took part in a quiz to see how much we had learned. The children were amazing, they really showed off their understanding of the topic.

Science-human body

Click on the link below to learn all about the human body.
In English, we are reading 'The Boy with the Bronze Axe'.
Practise your spellings with this fun, interactive game. 
Have a look at this great website which has lots of ideas to inspire a love of reading. There are some super online magazines, audio books and games to play too. 

















This term we will be going back in time to when humans were first starting out in the world. We will be exploring how they lived, what they ate and wore and finding out just what everyday life was like for a typical Stone Age child.

You can find out more on the links below.


How to help at home.


Click on the links below for lots of helpful resources 



Times tables tests      Times Tables Games        More Games            Fractions           Telling the time



Try these interactive activities to help with handwriting, spelling and mouse control.



 handwriting practise        word searches       spelling games      more games                             

Telling the Time


Please click on the clock below to find lots of interactive games to help you tell the time.













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