Lowerhouses CE (VC) JI & EY School

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Mrs R. Shaw

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Year 3 Home Learning
Learning for week commencing 06.04.20

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Firstly, a video message from Miss Griffiths & Mrs McCluskey and your Easter topic challenges below.

Symbol of the Week!


Get outside!

This week it is the …


Complete the key facts below:

 Draw it:
What does it represent:
Where would you find it:
Why is it important to the Easter story: 

How did the different characters feel at different points in the Easter story?

Choose one of the characters and write a diary entry from their point of view. Remember to describe what has happened and how you feel about it.


Collect natural materials (e.g. dry leaves, twigs, moss, pine cones, dried seed pods etc.).

Use these to create a cross or a different symbol which represents Easter for you.


The theme this week is:


What can you photograph or find that links to this week’s theme?


Draw or Make!


Investigate more about the traditions of Easter 


Learn more about Easter symbols   


Learn more about the Easter story 


Choose some of these Easter activities to complete




Draw a scene from the Easter story

Draw some of the Easter symbols that you have just learnt about.

Make an Easter collage using different materials. These could come from inside or outside your house. Be creative!

Make an Easter Bunny using old toilet or kitchen roll tubes


Make an Easter card for someone special

Design and make an Easter egg




Make a storyboard or cartoon strip showing the main events from the Easter story. You could add speech bubbles to show what some of the characters are saying.

Describe one part of the Easter story. Remember to use exciting adjectives and adverbs, prepositions and fronted adverbials to give more detail.

Create a poster showing each of the symbols linked to Easter and write a brief explanation of each one, explaining what it represents and why it is important.

Create an acrostic poem based around Easter.


Quiz Challenge!

Be an expert!



How well will you do on these quizzes?





Find out more about why Easter is such a special time for Christians.





How well did you do this week? 

What new things did you learn?

Which activity was your favourite?


Happy Easter!

Be ready for next a new topic focus after the Easter holidays. 


From Miss Griffiths and Mr Stockhill

Please see a list of learning links for Year 3 below


Topmarks- Hit the Button https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

TES Elements https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/interactive/20200630/3QH_/number/addition/27-adding-1-10-or-100-to-a-three-digit-number-to-give-an-answer-less-than-1000/index.html

TES Elements https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/interactive/20200630/3QH_/number/multiplication/17-8-times-table-to-10-times/index.html

TES Elements https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/interactive/20200630/L2I5/fractions/apps/block-1/a-01-building-fractions/index.html 


Phonics Play https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ username : march20 password: home


 TES Elements https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/interactive/20200630/04h7/spag-quiz/grammar-7-8/nouns/noun-suffixes/i-can-make-nouns-using-suffixes-ness-ment-er-or/index.html
TES Elements https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/interactive/20200630/04h7/spag-quiz/grammar-7-8/determiners/articles/i-can-use-a-or-an-with-nouns-revision/index.html

TES Elements https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/interactive/20200630/04h7/spag-quiz/punctuation-7-8/sentence-punctuation/sentence-punctuation/i-can-use-a-full-stop-question-mark-and-exclamation-mark-more-practice/index.html 


Spelling Shed (English) – https://play.edshed.co/login  (new spellings are added weekly)

SPAG.com (English) – www.spag.com   (new activities are added weekly)


Bug Club (English, Maths and Science)www.activelearnprimary.co.uk

Use your usual bug club login for the following: 

  • Bug Club Reading (books are added automatically) 
  • Grammar and Spelling Bug (new activities have been added)  
  • Wordsmith (new activities have been added) 
  • Science Bug (new activities have been added) 
  • Abacus Maths (new activities have been added) 
  • Power English (new activities have been added) 


TT rockstars (Maths)www.ttrockstars.com  

Prodigy (Maths)www.prodigy.com (new activities added weekly)


Duolingo (French)www.duolingo.com

Linguascope (French)www.linguascope.com


Other great sites to check out include: 

Sir Linkalot (spelling): https://www.sirlinkalot.org/ 
(great cartoon video clips) 

Spellingframe (spelling):  https://spellingframe.co.uk/ 

Pobble 365 (English) http://www.pobble365.com/

A different image is uploaded every day with a story starter, questions, sentence and other challenges. You can also go back to previous days and use other images with different prompts.
Harry Potter at home https://www.wizardingworld.com/collections/harry-potter-at-home

Activities include quizzes, learning to draw creatures from the Harry Potter world and a range of puzzles.






Further tasks to be completed
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  1. Choose one of your favourite books and create a book review. You are trying to persuade somebody else to read this book so be as descriptive and detailed as you can! 
  2. Complete the writing activities in the Home-learning pack. Remember to use description to make your writing more exciting (adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, sentence openers). 

Non-screen activities 

  See below for some fun challenges and activities you can complete at home.  

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