Home learning resources
Welcome to the Oak Class home learning resources.
Here are some resources to support home learning with your child in year 3.
Listed below are suggestions for you to choose from after or as well as completing the personalised home learning targets for term 5.
You know your child and what will work best for them in terms of how much and how often you do any home learning. Photo evidence or emails about what they’ve done are welcome.
- Mathletics – revise calculations (add, subtract, 3 digit numbers and 2 digit numbers - multiply & divide 2 digit numbers). And fractions – in particular equivalent fractions (for those who are more advanced simplifying fractions would be the next step).
- Time table practise –
- For those who are now on Bronze and above, the aim is to increase speed of recall to anything below 4 seconds per question – and also be able to apply their times table knowledge in problem solving questions.
- Top marks Hit the Button is a great free online game and you can also choose division questions. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
- Times table rockstars to gain practise of specific times tables – the new Jamming game is not timed and you can choose the times tables they practise.
- Telling the time – analogue clock to be able to tell the time using 5 minute intervals.
- Grammar, spelling & punctuation – resources on the website to support https://www.hadlow.kent.sch.uk/transition/
- subordinate clauses and subordinate conjunctions (joining phrases and words) https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-is-a-clause
- Possessive apostrophe – singular (before s) and plural (after s) use including irregular plurals eg people’s, men’s, women’s, everyone’s. https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-is-an-apostrophe
- Suffixes and prefixes https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-is-a-prefix & https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-is-a-suffix
- Revise year 3 spellings so far. Spelling frame is a good free website to use. https://spellingframe.co.uk/
- Reading – children to be able to recall what they read, notice new words, and be encouraged to put full expression into what they read. IHub is most useful for those children who are confident free readers and are able to form their own opinions and judgements on what they are reading.