Year 3 Home Learning 26.03.2020

Hello Year 3,

Here are your daily tasks, it is such a pleasure reading your work so keep it coming in! Don’t feel pressured if a task is tricky or time consuming, you can adjust it to suit your home learning experience. Just take care and try to have some fun with it.


Think about how verbs can be described using adverbs. These give us an idea about how an action in performed.

For example:

The rats tiptoed quickly. 

The rats quickly tiptoed through the town. 

Write up these sentences and add an adverb. You can put the adverb in different places in your sentence, if doesn’t just have to go at the end. Extension: write your own sentences with adverbs.

1) The Pied Piper played his music.

2) The thief dog hid behind the bin.

3) The Mayor held onto his money.

4) The rich children threw stones at the thief dogs.

5)The rats followed the Pied Piper.


Fun activity: Organise your books or toys in interesting ways. I have put my books into colour order. Try to be as creative as you can!


Maths: Create a poster explaining what the numerator and the denominator of a fraction are.  Make sure you include written fractions such as 1/3 and visual representations such asImage result for 1/3. It might also help to include real life examples where we need fractions.


Fun activity:  Make up your own number system for 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s  or numbers to 20. We usually use these representation. Image result for 1s 10s 100s dienes

Here is what the Mayan Civilisation in Mexico used to have for numbers upto 19.Image result for mayan number system



Think about living in a rural and urban setting, linking to previous work you have done and answer these two questions.

What might you hear in each setting?  How does the population of people have an effect on what we hear?

Write a two columned list detailing what you might hear to help you with the first question. I have started it for you:

Rural Urban
– Tractors

– The wind


-Police sirens



There are different types of teeth in your mouth:

Incisors, canines, molars and premolars.

Watch this video about the types of teeth and their uses then try to do the activities below.  You can watch all of the video but the information we need is from 1 minute 32 seonds until 2 minutes 26 seconds.

Cut and stick activity

Labelling teeth activity

If you can’t access them then try to draw the teeth you can see when you smile. Be accurate about the shapes and sizes- not all teeth look like tombstones!

Keep safe and take care!

Miss Ayrton