WELCOME TO YEAR 3F
Timetable of useful information
New reading books given out
Homework due in
Return reading books
The maths factory
A fantastic website created by Carol Vorderman. From today, she has waved all memberships costs during the current circumstances. It has got lots of videos, games, challenges and other interactive activities.
BBC Bitesize KS2 Maths
A variety of resources for different areas of the maths curriculum.
Don’t forget there are lots of activities you can do with your children that will help them develop their mathematical skills e.g. measuring ingredients for cakes, sharing items equally between family members (division), estimating then timing each other to complete silly tasks and measuring, noting and calculating perimeters of things like tables, carpets, televisions, lawns, patios etc
Lots of games, videos and tutorials for all aspects of English.
(Free when accessed via the website) online platform game for children to apply phonics and reading knowledge. There are also mini-games for things like sight words.
Oliver Jeffers is reading a book a day at 6.
David Walliams is Reading extracts from his ELEVENSES Book at 11am each day. Website also has other free resources.
For as long as schools are closed Audible are allowing children everywhere to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Visual demonstration of how to form each letter. Scroll to the bottom (Other Continuous Cursive Letters not part of the Teach Handwriting Scheme) to find the correct formation of g, f, j and y
A great website offering complete use of the site for free for the time being. Username: march20, Password: home
This is a unique moment in history and it’s a chance for children to keep diaries/make scrapbooks which will be fascinating to look back upon when they are adults.
Another idea is to create a family history. Children could interview relatives on the phone write them up and compile them in a family ‘album’.
Some fabulous resources for lots of different areas of the curriculum.
Not only English Resources - a range of mixed-age learning activities to engage children.
Live webcams of dolphins otters pelicans and turtle rehab which ties in nicely with children’s recent work – and rehearsals – about marine conservation
A number of the world’s greatest museums and galleries offer virtual tours.
Live workout daily at 9am - warning it's harder than you'd think!
Children's yoga based around stories, great for exercise and mindfulness
Lots of movement songs/games that are free when watching via YouTube