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Yr 3 W.C 8th June


Minimum expectation of time spent

Work set

Details of work set

How should this be completed?




1 hour per day

Busy Ants 

Squared paper

Lesson 1

Lesson 1 LOOM

Lesson 2

Lesson 2 LOOM

Lesson 3

Lesson 3 LOOM

Lesson 4

Lesson 4 LOOM

Lesson 5

Lesson 5 LOOM

Lesson 5 p.80


Extension 1

Extension 2

Extension 3

Extension 4

Extension 5

Extra practice – estimating

Extra practice – solving problems

ANSWERS - please find relevant lesson using top of page for example, U10 W3 L2

Addition and subtraction (including money)


Answer questions relating to the challenge you usually work on in class. If you have completed the challenge, you can move onto the next one.


If you complete the main task in less than one hour, you should choose one or more of this week’s extension activity sheets to complete. 


In exercise books or squared paper provided.


1 hour per day

Lesson 1



Chapter 1 Text


Chapter 1 Audiobook


Chapter 2 Text


Chapter 2 Audiobook


Text questions

How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell


The questions are about Chapters 1 and 2. We would have read this text aloud to you in class, as it is quite long with some tricky words. So this week we have given you the choice. You can either:

  1. Read the story to yourself by clicking ‘text’
  2. Listen to the actor, David Tennant, reading it aloud by clicking ‘Loom’.

Then you can answer the questions in full sentences.


In exercise books or directly onto the sheet.

Lesson 2

Punctuation and Grammar



Lesson 2 LOOM



Choose either Activity 1 or Activity 2. If you feel really confident with imperative verbs, try Activity 2 instead of Activity 1.

In exercise books, plain paper or somewhere else of your choice!

Lesson 3

Writing - Planning


Lessons 3-5

Task outline


Lesson 3 LOOM

Lesson 3 Word bank

Planning Sheet


Chapter 3 Text

Chapter 3 Audiobook  


How to Train Your Dragon


Tomorrow you will be writing a diary entry from Hiccup’s point of view. Today’s task will help you to explore more about how Hiccup is feeling at different points in the story.  


Use the feelings word bank to help you.

In exercise books or using the planning sheet provided.

Lesson 4


Lesson 4 LOOM

Lesson 4 Word bank

Draft paper

Example Text

Draft Version


Write your draft of Hiccup’s diary entry.

In exercise books or on draft paper provided.

Lesson 5



Paper for final version

Final Version


Edit and improve your draft and then complete your final version of Hiccup’s diary entry.  

On the template provided.


2 hour per day


Task outline


You have a choice of activities, all of which are design to help you think positively and benefit your mental wellbeing. Choose one activity per day.

You could record your chosen activity in your home learning book.  


Task outline

Part 1 Information Pack

Part 1 Questions

Part 2 Information Pack

Europe Atlas




This week, we begin our learning about modern Greece. You will be finding out where Greece is in Europe, finding your way around its capital, Athens, and making comparisons between modern and Ancient Greece.

In exercise books or on another piece of paper.

Story time

1x per week


3A – The Peppermint Pig by Nina Bawden

Find a comfortable place to sit; you can choose to read along or just listen.


3F – The Witches by Roald Dahl


3M – The Wild Robot Escapes



LOOM Part 1


LOOM Part 2


3P – Rumblestar Chapter 12

Times tables

(optional sheets to support times tables practice)


Here is a link to the area on the website where you can access times tables grid.


Don’t forget to use Times Tables Rockstars regularly too!

Either complete on your computer or print it off. 



Week 7 (Week 6 spellings)

Here you will find this week’s spelling words written in cursive font for you to copy. This will help you practise your handwriting you’re your spellings.

Handwriting paper (third page of pdf)