Year 3 Home Learning Week 2.

We hope that you’ve had a great first week of home learning and we’ve enjoyed seeing lots of your work on Twitter! For anyone not following us we are @Year3WR.

This week we have asked you to continue working through the work set last week. Here is a tick list of the activities set so that you can tick them off when they are complete.

We would like the English and Maths booklets to be finished by the end of this week if possible, but it’s up to you to choose the other activities depending on your home circumstances and preferences.

There are some links at the end to help with the new Geography and History topics – Mountains/Iron Age.


  1. Classroom secrets booklet
  2. Twinkl Year 3 home learning pack (reading revision mat, sight and sound writing prompts)
  3. Reading comprehension
  4. Creative writing
  5. Daily reading (or at least 4 times per week as usual)
  6. Spellings – test yourself on the Year 1/2 words then move on to Year 3/4


  1. Classroom secrets booklet
  2. Twinkl Year 3 home learning pack (times tables games, mystery of the missing shield)
  3. My Maths work – 10 tasks completed
  4. Shape and/or Perimeter work
  5. Either – moon maths/hit the button: doubles/halves/number bonds/times tables
  6. Or – Times tables rock stars/numbots


  • South Africa Poster/quiz/powerpoint
  • Mountains research (UK and world mountains, Race to Everest and Sir Edmund Hilary, How mountains are formed)


  • Iron Age poster/quiz/powerpoint


  • Numbers, days of the week, months of the year, classroom objects, greetings,
  • Questions – How are you? What is your name? How old are you? When is your birthday?


  • Easter story – flap book or storyboard


  • Soil experiment or reading comprehension
  • Twinkl – nutrition diary, skeleton cut out, plant game, lifecycle of a plant


  • Espresso coding
  • BBC dance mat typing


  • Joe Wicks daily work out
  • Daily walk/run/scoot/cycle


  • Mindfulness/Easter colouring
  • Twinkl Easter chick
  • Any art project of your choice

Geography links (60 min episode ‘Race to everest’)

History links