Good Morning Y3,

Once again I have been very impressed with your learning. I hope you are enjoying this week’s writing and photography task.

Here are photos of Max’s sunflowers and Star Wars photo, Kate and Nathalie’s writing and Sophie’s VE day celebrations and Morse Code.

Here is today’s learning.



Pope Paul Olympics.

Pope Paul Home Olympics – please open this link Home Olympics and complete today’s challenge 12.5.20.

Remember to record your scores and have fun.

Spelling Open this word search and hunt for this week’s spelling.

‘struct’ and ‘uni’ root words wordsearch


English and digital photography Day 2


Take a different photo or write a descriptive paragraph about something you have seen in nature today.

Use your writing targets that were set home last term and try to use the conjunctions listed as well as adjectives and noun phrases.




 One of the reading skills we focus on in Y3 is cause and effect.

cause and effect relationship is when something happens that makes something else happen. In other words, the cause creates the effect.

Read these sentences and discuss the cause and effect with an adult.

·         The dog’s water bowl was full of ice.

·         The doorbell rang.

·         I couldn’t find my coat.

·         George forgot his P.E. kit.

When you are reading try to think about the cause and effect of different actions or events in your book.


Daily time table and division timed tasks.

For the rest of the week I would like you to practise your mental recall of multiplication facts.

Please go to https://www.mathschase.com/all-games/



Where you can select the 3, 4 and 8 times tables. You will need to select the number of questions and the time in which you want to complete them in. As you grow in confidence please challenge yourself by increasing the number of questions or decreasing the time.


If you are confident with your 3, 4 and 8 times tables please try this time table grid activity.


WALT understand and use pulse and rhythm


Pulse is a steady beat like a ticking clock or your heartbeat.

Rhythm is the pattern of long and short sounds that fit with the pulse as you move through the song.

Follow this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6mmxyc to watch a video about pulse and rhythm then complete the two body percussion activities at the bottom of the website.

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