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Hello Year 3!

Hope you enjoyed your cream teas, a little taste of summer.    Battle of the Bands – 3B vs 3S  – A competition has been set up on TTRockstars between our two year 3 classes. To help your class come out on top all you have to do is log on and play in any of the game modes next week and the class with the most correct answers altogether will be crowned TTRockstars year 3 champions! There will also be a ‘most valuable player’ for the children with the most correct answers in the year group. So get playing and help your class gain the bragging rights for champions of year 3!


To access this week’s English activities click below


Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation activities – click the link below to access the sessions


English resources 

Stuart little extract


Printable version


a and an Sheet

Punctuation – Direct Speech


Click below to access the Maths activities for this week. There are also all the  resources you will need for each session. We have also included a quick explanation sheet describing our Sandylands 5 part model we use with the children during their maths sessions this is entitled Think, Explain, solve..


WB 25.6.20 Year 3 Maths



Maths resources 


Lesson 1

Lesson 1


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Lesson 2


lesson 2



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Lesson 3 and 4


lesson 3 and 4



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Answers for lessons 1-4



Click the link below to access this week’s Science activities

Year 3 Science plan 150620

Science resources 




Printable version of the journal – click the link below


We are going to have a look at maps this week and have a go at drawing our own! Go to the following link  and have a look at the first clip. It shows you how Sue uses a map to find her way.

What is a map?  –   A map is a two-dimensional drawing of an area.  Maps can show the countryside, a town, a country or even the whole world.  They are used to help plan routes from one place to another, or to find certain features such as castles or hills. Different types of map are used for different things depending on whether you are walking, driving or even flying somewhere. Maps can be on paper or on a mobile phone, tablet or computer.

How to use a map – The top of most maps is north and a compass can be used to find which direction north is. Compasses show four directions – north, east, south and west. The needle always points north, so when that is lined up with the map it is easy to see in which direction things are. Maps are not drawn to the same size as the ground because they would be far too big! Instead they are drawn to a smaller scale. The scale on a map is a set of numbers that can be used to compare distances and can be written, for example, as 1:25,000. This means that the actual size of the ground is 25,000 times bigger than it is on the map. The same scale can also be written as 4cm to 1km, so every four centimetres on the map is one kilometre in real life.

Now we are going to have a go at drawing our own map. Use the following sheet or a plain sheet of paper. My local area sheet

Here is a picture of the local area around school that you can use or you can use google maps to find the area around your own house.

Geography resources

body percussion


Printable version

Have a lovely week, we miss you!

Miss Brown and Mr Smith