Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

A very warm welcome to each and every one of you joining us in Year Three in the academic year: 2020 - 2021. 

 

Miss Wright and Miss McManus cannot wait to go on this new learning adventure with you where we will explore Predators from around the world, travel Through the Ages, meet Gods and Mortals from the past, examine Mighty Metals, feel the Tremors as well as become Urban Pioneers!  

Year 3 Bubble Isolation Learning

Hello Year 3,

 

While our year group 'bubble' isolate (as a precaution), we are hoping that you will follow this week's timetable and use the time at home to continue to extend your knowledge, skills and understanding across many aspects of our exciting and varied curriculum.

There will be a daily timetable uploaded here, with various lesson resources and videos to help you with your learning ...

 

It can all be found here and on the video resource centre in our Year 3 section. Remember to click 'view more in playlist' to access the videos for each day.

 

We can't wait to see the evidence of your hard work, either via photographs and videos that you can send in to the admin email address: admin@honiton-pri.devon.sch.uk or in your workbooks when we are able to return to school.

 

Have lots of fun, keep reading and please stay safe!

Wednesday 25th November

Tuesday 23rd November

Remote Learning (If self-isolating)

Should your child need to quarantine or self-isolate at home, please find below some activities that they can complete.  These will be in line with what the children are doing in class.  If you want, you can send in some photos of the learning that they have completed to: admin@honitonprimary.co.uk 

Head over to the Video Resource Centre to see and hear your teachers read 'The Owl Tree' by Jenny Nimmo

Math Antics - Multi-Digit Subtraction

Math Antics - Multi-Digit Addition

Weekly Spelling and Maths Challenges

Here you will find the Year 3 Spelling and Maths homework activities that will be set each Wednesday and due back in the following Monday.  

 

Alongside these activities, we ask that you read at least 5 times in a week and also keep practising your times tables, the fundamental skills for learning!

 

Try and be as inventive as possible with practising the spellings and don't forget, you can still go on Times table Rockstars, DoodleMaths and DoodleSpelling!!!

Your Home Learning Challenges for Week Commencing 16th November 2020

Your Home Learning Challenges for Week Commencing 9th November 2020

Your Home Learning Challenges for Week Commencing 12th October 2020

Your Home Learning Challenges for Week Commencing 28th September 2020

Your Home Learning Challenges for Week Commencing 21st September 2020

How to Draw an Alligator

How about having a go at drawing an alligator like we did in class? Remember, take your time, listen carefully, use a scientific eye and have a growth mindset!

Academic Year 2019-2020

We are really looking forward to welcoming everyone back to school in September. To help make this a smooth transition for all of our children, we have made some resources for you to look through and complete with your child. The story 'Safe in school' may be helpful if your child is feeling anxious about the return to school. We have made a shorter story as well, called 'Going back to school', that your child might prefer. There is also a 'Meet the teacher' document, a video from your child's new teacher, and a list of the new rules that we will be helping the children to follow in September. The week before school starts, we will be adding a video tour of your child's new classroom and key areas of the school to this page. Have a lovely summer, and we can't wait to see you all soon!

Summer Home Learning

HPS Virtual Sports Day
Your HPS Home Learning Challenges

TT Rockstars - Guinness World Record Attempt!

VE Home Learning Ideas 

Adding 9 Video

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A quick reminder of the '+10 - 1' strategy

Addition column method exchanging

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Some useful websites:
Welcome to Year 3 from Miss Buckingham and Mrs Wynne