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Drew Primary School

Year 3 Learning@Home

Hi Russia and Japan Classes!

We have got some fun ideas, projects and challenges that you can do at home while you can't be at school.

White Rose Maths 

If you want to keep up with your learning in Maths, have a look at White Rose Maths. There are daily lessons, with video links and resources to download. 

Click on the Image to go to the Year 3 Home Learning Maths Page

Week beginning Monday 30.03.2020

In this section you will find weekly projects for you to complete at home. These are not compulsory, but you are welcome to do as little or as much as you like. Don't forget to share it with us as we would love to see what you are doing. 

Writing Challenge 

Can you create a Biography about Ole Kirk Christiansen? 

You could use these headings to help you.

1. Early life - when and where he was born

2. Early Work - His ideas around wooden toys

3. The start of Lego - Where did the name come from

4. Ole's death - when and where he died

5. The legacy of Lego - How the toys are used today

Websites for information - here are a few, can you find different websites to use?  

Literacy Shed 


Extra Challenge: Can you create an advertisement for the Lego toys.

Spelling Challenge

Have a look at this video.

Continue your learning of homophones.

Use the new homophones in your own sentences to show what each mean.

Maths Challenge

A new Maths with Parents was released. Have a go at doing it with you family. 

Extra Maths Challenge:

Ask your family to show you an analogue clock and a digital clock.

Read the time in your house.

1. When reading the time, calculate how late it would be 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 20 minutes later.

2. Count the time back and say what the time was 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 20 minutes earlier.

3. Draw your own clock and write the times.

Project Challenge

Previous Projects

If you are looking for the projects that were on the website previously you will find them here:

Show list Show Grid

Spanish Challenge

Timestable Rockstars! 

Log into Timestables Rockstars

Practise your timestables and division facts.

Remember to practise your 3, 4 and 8 times tables!

Daily 5 Minute Workouts with Joe!

Click to  - Get moving with Joe...

Links to our Learning

Here are links to websites that we subscribe to as a school.

Click on the images - then login with your USO and password.