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Using Charanga at home.

 

Below is some guidance to using our music scheme, Charanga at home. Although they do not have access to instruments, the children can learn about music genres, rhyme, rhythm and tempo through the many activities available.

 

Free classic stories to read at home

This link takes you to a page where you can access free word, pdf and audiobook versions of 6 children's classics. 

https://www.researchify.co.uk/audiobooks.html

 

 

Scholastic Chapter One project

Scholastic have recordings of top authors reading the first chapter of one of their books. Click the link below to check it out. 

https://bookfairs.scholastic.co.uk/chapter-one

 

 

If you have been missing storytime…

Here is a link to Cressida Cowell, the Children’s Laureate, reading the first chapter of her book, How to Train Your Dragon. You will find readings of the other chapters on her channel.

           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWhNzQUfmSE

 

If you read “Fortunately the Milk” this year, here’s a lovely video by illustrator Chris Riddell. You can learn how to draw your own Professor Steg!

     https://youtu.be/DSMEGblE0sw

Music and PE - Check out this website for PE with Joe and Music activities! 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-3#subjects 

 

Don't forget, there are hundreds of lessons and activites to be found on the BBC bitesize website too!

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-3#subjects

 

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Welcome to Year 3!


Come and look at all of the exciting things that we are doing in Year 3 this year! Click on each class page to find out more.

 

Below you will find lots of resources to help you with Support your child at home.

 

The current newsletter and homework grid is also below.

 

 

Class Pages.

Maths activities to try out at home!

 

Try these games out at home to practice your times tables. Remember, you need to know your 3, 4 and 8 times tables by the end of year 3 in preparation for the National times table test in year 4. 

Common Exception Words.

 

Below are the common exception words that the children are expected to read and spell. Practice these at home using the fun ways stuck in your homework book!

Documents you may need:
Autumn 1 Newsletter and Homework Grid.
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