Year 3


Welcome to Year Three!

Hi everyone! Miss Wain here, below are some activities to support learning at home, keep an eye on this page as I will be adding different activities regularly if needed. If you have any questions or queries then please email me at:


Miss Wain’s update- 13/7/2020

A little video for my wonderful children and parents!

Hello to all my wonderful year 3’s! To all the children I saw on Tuesday, I just want to say how lovely it was to see you and how proud I am of how well you are all doing! 🙂 Please keep sending me emails of your lovely work, it really does put a HUGE smile on my face! 🙂

I can’t believe that this is our last week before the summer holidays, I just want to take this opportunity to tell you how much I have loved being your teacher this year. Even though it hasn’t been a normal year, I am so proud of how brave and wonderful you have all been this year and I can’t wait to see you again in September when you are in Year 4! Click here for a scrapbook that you can make to remember the memories of Year 3!

This week, I will be adding some new day by day learning for maths and English as well as some new reading comprehensions, art, Spanish, geography, French, history and science activities that are all linked to our 30 days wild challenge cards. Keep being your wonderful, awesome, kind selves!

Love Miss Wain

Check out the home learning packs from Phunky foods! There is weekly learning for you to complete. This week is all about… the history of the humble potato! Check it out here!

15/7/20 Well being Wednesday!

This Wednesday I want you to be a…happy star! This week I want you to think about something that makes you happy!
Here are some well being activities you can do at home too!

Flat teacher activities

Flat teacher cut out

Flat teacher bingo activities

Flat teacher poem

Flat teacher letter

This week’s day by day learning

Maths 13/7/20

Here are some maths activities that can be completed during the week.

Below is a suggestion of some more maths activities that you can do at home…click the picture to see it in full.

Check out this number trail that you can do at home! Click here!

Click here for the video links to support each day of learning.


Monday 13th July

Compare capacity


Tuesday 14th July

Add and subtract capacity


Wednesday 15th July



Thursday 16th July

Bar charts


Friday 17th July

 Compare capacity true or false cards

 Add and subtract capacity true or false cards

Check out the Friday maths challenge on BBC Bitesize!

Practise your times tables on TTRS!


To support your writing, use this amazing website Pobble365. There are amazing daily photos that can be used to write imaginative stories, sentences and poems. Check it out here: 

Click here to see some writing activities you can do for this picture.

Have fun being creative and imaginative with words!

UPDATE 13/7/2020

This week, I would like use to use the book Flotsam to support our writing! This is a great book, as it has no words, so you can create your own story using the pictures as a guide. I would like you to write a beginning, middle and end for this story and show off your creativity! I cannot wait to see your writing!

Monday 13th July

Click here to look through the book: Flotsam!

Have a look through the book and talk about what could be happening.

IMPORTANT: When you are looking through the book, stop when the boy finds the camera on the shore.

Draw a picture of a photograph that you think could be on the underwater camera. Could there be pictures of animals under the ocean? What could be sea creatures be doing?

Picture drawing worksheet

Tuesday 14th July

Today I want you to write the first part of the story Flotsam as though you were the one that found the camera!

Beginning writing task sheet

Wednesday 15th July

Today I want you to write your middle paragraph for the story Flotsam. What will you do with the camera after you found it? Where will you take it?

Middle writing task sheet

Thursday 16th July

Today I want you to write your ending paragraph for the story. Can you describe the pictures? What do you notice about the picture with the girl on? What will you do with the camera after you have finished with it?

End writing task sheet

Friday 17th July

Create a front cover for your story!


Practise your spelling at home in different ways. Can you make a word in different ways? Can you use paint? Can you use playdoh?

Here are recommended words to practise

Check out these fun ways to practise your spellings!


Remember to keep up with your reading, whether that is books from school or your own books at home!

Below is a website with some suggestions of things you can do at home to make reading more exciting!

Why not try some reading bingo too?

Here are some handy tips if you’re struggling with different words:

Wanting something else to read? Click here to access a range of free books you can read at home! It is completely free but does require you to sign up. The books link to our reading scheme at school, happy reading!

UPDATE new reading comprehensions 13/7/2020

NEW: Our coasts comprehension 

NEW: Alfred the Great comprehension 

Tutankhamun’s tomb comprehension

Egyptian gods comprehension

Howard Carter comprehension

Alice in wonderland comprehension 

Roald Dahl comprehension 

Rainforest calling comprehension

Science 13/7/2020

For the whole month of June, we took part in the 30 days wild activity challenge, I have had such lovely feedback from parents and children so I am going to carry on adding new activities each week that you can try at home!

Here is a 30 days wild certificate that you can print out if you have been doing some of the 30 days wild activities!
Do you want to find out about freaky fungi?
Click here for the video all about freaky fungi!
Can you be a butterfly spotter?

Can you identify different butterflies in your garden?

NEW: Can you spot mini beasts in your garden?

Mini beast spotter sheet

NEW: Activities from the WWF all about our amazing planet

NEW: Natural sounds map

Nature photo frame 

Andy Goldsworthy art activity

Make a bird feeder using an apple

Make a butterfly feeder

Model butterfly craft

Make your own glow worm

Make a rain stick

Design a bird

Make your own bird’s nest

My A-Z of nature

Make a leaf tile

Make a nature mandala

Wildlife yoga

Edible pond

Butterfly painting

Race for a rainbow

Make your own binoculars and look for birds (Mrs Hanson would love this one!)

Study a mini beast activity

Make a bird feeder activity

Make a nectar bar

Help birds avoid windows

UPDATE: French 13/7/20

NEW: French colours worksheet

NEW: French numbers match up worksheet

Can you label these famous landmarks in Paris correctly?

Can you create your own Eiffel Tower out of newspaper like this one below?

I would love to see your photos of your Eiffel Tower!

Geography 13/7/20

Here is a lesson by the Oak academy all about why it rains! Check it out here!

Spanish 13/7/20

Here is a lesson by the Oak academy all about describing the weather Spanish! Check it out here!

Art 13/7/20

Here is an Art lesson all about automatic drawing and drawing abstract provided by the Oak Academy. Check it out here.


In PSHE this term, our learning is all about being responsible! Check out these activities!

Responsible behaviour

How can we be responsible?

What is stealing?

How important is it to be on time?

How can we help others?

Is this stealing?

Looking out for others worksheet

Thinking of others letter activity

UPDATE 13/7/2020

Check out these BIG PROJECT ideas that you can complete linking to our topic areas!

Click here to see a topic list of Roman activities you can do at home!

Design and technology:

We are learning all about plastic pollution! Can you create a t-shirt to raise awareness of preventing plastic pollution in our oceans!

Design a t-shirt template

Can you create a new type of shoe made out of newspaper?


NEW: Can you create your own piece of art work in the style of Pablo Picasso?

Picasso portrait task


This week we are doing to do some more learning about Egyptians!

NEW: Make your own mummified fruit

Egyptian sacophagus sheet

Canopic jar sheet

Crack the code sheet

Make your own cartouche

Design your own Egyptian mask

Hieroglyphics help sheet


NEW: Can you make your own tsunami scene like in the picture below:

Rivers of the world comprehension text

UK seas and rivers worksheet

Rivers research map

Sea creature fact files

Labelling rivers of the world

Layers of the ocean worksheet

Plastic pollution comprehension

Ocean labelling worksheet

Internet safety

When children are completing work at home on a laptop remind them to be internet safe! Here are some top tips!

Times tables and number facts

Practise your times tables on TTRS. Check out the website regularly to see if there is a battle going on. Rock on! Check out the link here:

Try this fun website to help learn your times tables!

There is also some Big Maths Beat That’s that you can do to practice your quick fire recall! Take a look at them here!

Click here to have the music to help you complete your Big Maths Beat That!


Be a SUPER mover!

Here is a great way to stay active while you are at home! The BBC and Premier League have teamed up to get children moving and activate their minds through a programme called Supermovers- Check it out here! 

Click here to go to the Primary Premier League Stars website and see their great English and Maths resources!

Here are some more apps that you can use at home to get you moving!

Flat teacher adventures!

I had a lovely adventure over half term with Olivia R! We made some delicious chocolate chip cookies and we even did some yoga! Check it out!

I have been doing some super learning with Cerys this week, we have been learning a language…SPANISH! And we have been doing some super maths work! Check it out!


Check out this VE Day learning from Louis, Josh, Lottie and Oliver!

Lottie sent me a lovely email with a recount about her VE Day, read it below!

VE day

Last Friday, I did so many fun things for VE day. First I watched a film about VE day. Then I made red, white and blue bunting and a paper chain to put outside. After lunch I baked biscuits with icing poppies on them. Next I made a pretty rosette to wear to a street party. At the party I did code breaking and a Lego challenge. Finally I listened to the Queen.

Thank you Ella’s mum for sending me Ella’s wonderful writing all about the Twits! Also, check out her amazing t-shirt design to raise awareness of plastic pollution! Ella you are art smart!

Thank you Louis mum for emailing me Louis’ FAB writing and picture he has drawn of Mr Twit! It made me so proud! Well done Louis! 🙂

Thank you Will’s mum for your email showing me some of Will’s wonderful maths work! I am so pleased at home great Will is doing with his maths! Super job! 🙂

Thank you Emily for sending me an update with the work you have been doing this week! I am pleased that you are doing some maths and English work about the story Journey! Also, I love how you are being a little weather reporter! Great job!

Olivia Reed you are still being FAB! I love seeing the work you are doing at home. I particularly loved your writing and your adorable glow worm! Keep being awesome 🙂

Thank you Daniel for your help, I am pleased to hear how strong your home learning is. I am proud of your English work all about the book Journey, keep it up! 🙂

Thank you Olivia for your email, it looks like you have been doing some super maths and English work! Well done!

Thank you Lottie for your email showing me the lovely things you are doing with nature! I love your treasure map and your rabbit is adorable!

I had a lovely email from Chloe’s mum telling me how well Chloe is doing and that she is loving the topics we are learning! Check out what she has been up to! 🙂

Thank you Josh for your email, I LOVE how you are learning a new language! Check out these pictures of Josh below! 🙂


I am so pleased to hear how well Thomas is doing with his home learning, particularly in maths and English! Well done! 🙂

Thank you Cerys for your email this week! You have been super busy taking part in the 30 days wild activities as part of our science learning and doing some amazing spelling! Well done!

Cerys writing video 1

Cerys writing video 2

Thank you Billie for your work this week! It looks like you have been very busy doing all lots of learning! I especially love your work on volcanoes! Keep it up!

Thank you Erin for your super email! I am very proud of how well you are doing with your fractions and I am glad you are enjoying learning all about the brave Boudicca! Keep it up!

Leila has sent me a lovely email showing me her amazing writing all about Pompeii! Check out her amazing cake too! Also, this talented lady has made her own sun dial! Well done! 🙂

Click here for Leila’s great maths!

Click here for Leila’s amazing alliteration!

Click here for Leila’s excellent Pompeii writing!

Click here for Leila’s shield design!

I have had a super email from Amelia’s mum to tell me all about Amelia’s great home learning! It looks like you have been very busy! Super science work too! Well done and keep it up! 🙂

It was great to hear what Grace has been up to this week! You look like you are having so much fun with your learning! Well done! Super science, maths and baking! They look scrumptious! 🙂

I had a super email from Oliver’s mum this week who told me all about the incredible work that he has been doing at home over the past ten days! I am so proud! It is also fab to hear how great his reading is coming on! Well done Ollie!

From Lottie who celebrated her birthday on the 2nd April! I hope you had a lovely day!

Remember to send me an email or a photo with what you have been up to during this time away from school, I would love to hear all about it!




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