In Year 3, children should be working on their 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables (though they can work on others as well).
- https://collins.co.uk/pages/primary-mathematics-times-tables-test-simulator (you can use the settings to change which tables this will include.)
White Rose are bringing out lessons to use at home with videos and resources. These resources look fantastic!
This teacher is offering a new maths lesson for Year 3 and 4 every day, available from 9am.
Maths Frame has a variety of free games for practising different maths skills. Be aware that this link is aimed at all of KS2, so some of it will be things not taught yet at Year 3!
Maths Train is a fun way to practise mental adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
If you can find out about how to measure length and perimeter, that would be great!
This website has a range of maths activities.
This is the perfect time for lots of reading (books, comics, the back of the cereal packet!) Don't forget to read to your children, no matter how old they are.
The official Neil Gaiman website for younger readers is super. There's lots to see there, and the videos section even includes videos of him reading a whole story book.
Michael Rosen's website has some super videos of him reading his poems :
These sites allow you to sign up for free access to books online:
Here is a list of 100 books recommended for Year 3 and 4 children:
This website has some Literacy activities.
Click on the links on this page to find words to practise and games to try:
The following links cover the Year 3 science topics we have completed but it would be very useful to revisit them. Our next unit will be animals including humans.
Light and shadow
The Royal Institution has a series of short films making it fun, easy and cheap to do science experiments at home with children.
This website has a range of Science activities. Follow the links at the top to additional activities relating to health and environmental, life and computer skills:
Twinkl have made loads of resources accessible. Just click on the parents hub.
The Scholastic website has two weeks worth of activities available for free, including reading and educational videos. It is from the USA, but is still a great resource.
Starfall is another site from the USA but with loads of great resources including Maths and Literacy games and books to read. You have to subscribe for full access, but a number of them are free.
Collins are providing their Key Stage 2 Maths and English workbooks for free. They include things taught at Years 4, 5 and 6 as well as Year 3, so don't panic!
They also have a range of other resources available:
The Literacy Shed is providing free Literacy resources for Key Stage 2