Year 3 Home Learning
We can not believe it is the last week of the summer term. This has been the weirdest year ever and it has been so long since we have seen some of you. We have put a few fun activities here for you for the final week. Hope you enjoy.
Listen to the music Fossils
Tap a steady beat on your legs to match the music. You can listen to the piece a few times until you feel confident with the speed of the music. The pattern in the picture below matches the repeating section of 'Fossils'.
1. Practice saying the words to the rhythm pattern.
2. Practice clapping the rhythm pattern while saying the words in your head.
3. When you are really confident, try using these words.
'Fossils in the rock, Pterodactyl teeth, Mil-li-ons of years made an ammonite'.
4. Can you make up your own words?
5. Have a go at making your own xylophone to perform the rhythm! 
Science from Peter Pan/Belle
This week we would like you to choose a book of your own and spend the week reading it and completing the activities below. Enjoy just reading something you LOVE.
In PAG this week we are going to look at using subordinating conjunctions. We have done some work on this before so this is just a little reminder!
POW! ZAP! BOOM! CRASH! Do you hear that!? That's the sound of another awesome week of making our own comics! We loved creating our own superheroes and villains so much on our Superhero day we thought why not have another go at it. 
Pipe Cleaner Craft
Do you fancy making something heroic and crafty!? If so then check out the instructions below to make your very own superhero. Miss Perkins made one too! 
Dear Bumblebees and Dragonflies
I can't believe it's the final week of term! I think I can speak on behalf of all staff when I say we have missed you a lot! I'm looking forward to seeing you in September... 
Here is your final science challenge but dont forget there will be Summer packs to complete over Summer 
Have a great Summer!
Miss Wallaya
Something very different this week! These are tessellations. 
Click here to find out more about tessellations
Can you make your own tessellation using a simple shape? (triangle, square, hexagon)
If you enjoyed making your own tessellation with a simple shape, have a go at making a more complicated shape. Follow the instructions on the video or the power point to make your own template, then colour in.
Any sent in will appear here!
Check out Rafa's amazing stop motion moring routine video!
As the children are spening more time at home and on computers it is really important that they practice safety online. We have done lots about this in school but here are a few extra activities for the children to refresh.
There are lots of websites with activities for children to enjoy. Click on the links below to explore.







If you have any questions, ideas or want to show us what you have been doing, please send an email to
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