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Year 3 Home Learning





Join us on a home learning adventure that starts with a Polar bear.

Click on the picture to begin.





Times tables

In Year 3, children should be working on their 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables.


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More Maths Fun

More Maths games, videos and fun:

Key Stage 2 passwords for Spelling Shed and Maths Shed:









Click the book to find lots of books and videos of stories online:





This website has loads of fabulous child-friendly science experiments to do at home:

Here is a selection of interesting Science investigations you can do at home:


Year 3 have been learning about light and shadows. You may want to find out more...

You might want to get a head start on parts of plants:


And magnets:



Crest (yes, the toothpaste people!) have some detailed science activities aimed at primary aged children. There is a guidance booklet and a booklet of activities, as well as a certificate you can print on completion. SuperStar level is aimed at children from 7-11 years old. 





Stone Age

The children know the DK Find Out website and there are so many other things they can find out about on it! 

There is more of interest on the BBC Bitesize website: 

The English Heritage website has lots of interesting things about Stonehenge - we have been enjoying this game: 

Here you can print out and make your own Neolithic house! 

More great resources about the Stone Age





Wildlife artist Rory McCann has made some videos about how to create wild art

Make your own flip book!

Olaf Falafel is making some super fun art videos.

You might find some inspiration for some art projects here 

Crayola have lots of colouring pages and activities to try at home 

Award winning author / illustrator Rob Biddulph is making videos to draw along to 

Learn how to draw from observation with this free programme of online lessons from an artist


Year 3 children learn how to make collages. You might want to use this video to give you an idea for making a collage from the things you have at home. 





GoNoodle has lots of videos and activities to keep your fit and healthy (scroll down, you don't need to register)

Join in with the nation doing your daily Joe Wicks workout on You Tube!

Cosmic Kids Yoga on You Tube

The Yorkshire Sport Foundation have made a range of videos demonstrating different PE skills.

The Sports Partnership has provided some fantastic ideas for staying active at home for all the family



We have signed up to this website for lots of free videos and dance routines for ages 4 and up:

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Password: B987UZ





If you ever wanted to learn to type - have a look at the games here

Make your own animations online for free.

Tynker are offering free access to their premium coding activities during the school closures.

CodeMonkey is also free, though you do have to register for this one.

Scratch is a great resource for coding.





Year 3 and 4 had been planning to present the story of Hansel and Gretel through opera before everything changed. The Royal Opera House are providing some interesting home learning activities, which includes Hansel and Gretel. Check it out and perform the songs at home! 

Everyone has an instrument you can use - your voice! Learn to beatbox!

Harvard University in the USA has developed a series of musical games and activities which also help them with their research!

Singing Medicine is providing videos of songs to join in with - you might just recognise some of them that Miss Capron-Tee uses! 

SingUp are working on providing a range of music videos and resources for free 

Young Voices have lots of singing and dancing videos to keep everyone busy

The Sing King You Tube channel has absolutely LOADS of karaoke backing tracks for all your favourite songs. Why don't you have a karaoke night once a week? You could even make your own fake microphone from a rolled up paper tube with a ball of scrunched up paper taped on top! 

Here is an excellent video teaching you all about pulse with activities you can join in with. You don't need an instrument!





Duolingo is a great place to practise your French. Although you can create a profile, you don’t need to. Just start with the basics and begin collecting your XP! (You can also use Duolingo to begin learning other languages, at any age – Miss Capron-Tee is using it to learn Welsh!)





AimHi is a global online school for students to learn, interact and be inspired by charismatic role models and exceptional teachers, for free. Aimed at age 8 and up.

The Premier League has a wealth of football-based learning activities (including Literacy and Maths) to explore.

BBC's Supermovers have a great range of active learning ideas to use.

Classroom Secrets have made some awesome home learning packs for each year group.

Hamilton have free Maths and English learning at home packs for each year group which they are adding to regularly.

Twinkl have made loads of resources accessible. Just click on the parents hub.

The Scholastic website has two weeks worth of activities available for free, including reading and educational videos. It is from the USA, but is still a great resource.

Starfall is another site from the USA but with loads of great resources including Maths and Literacy games and books to read. You have to subscribe for full access, but a number of them are free.

Collins are providing their Key Stage 2 Maths and English workbooks for free. They include things taught at Years 4, 5 and 6 as well as Year 3, so don't panic!

They also have a range of other resources available:

This website has a range of great projects - scroll down to see the Year 3/4 ones:

Brain Pop has extensive educational resources and are offering free access. Just follow the link for the instructions about getting free access.

Free activity books to download from tts

Other fun games and resources


Want to design and make your own board game? This page might be useful




Don't forget we have more resources for everyone to enjoy.

Click the tick!





  • Keep a diary (this would be fascinating to keep and share with people in the future!)
  • Practise your times tables (write them forwards, backwards, out of order and also work on the division facts)
  • Test your family (make a times tables or spelling test for them - who can get 10 out of 10? Test everyone in your family and see who gets the top score!)
  • Write a letter to someone in your family who doesn't live with you. Maybe they will even write back!
  • Make a postbox in your house and everyone can write letters to each other - take it in turns to be the post person and deliver the mail!
  • Play any board games you have. You could start a league table to keep a record of who wins the most and least.
  • Cook or bake together (even if it is as simple as making a sandwich together)
  • Write a book (will you be the next JK Rowling? You could even write a series of books about the same characters!)
  • Do some research about your family and make bar charts with the data (favourite colours, favourite foods and so on)
  • Interview someone in your family and find out things you didn't know about them.
  • Set up a points chart for things like keeping your bedroom tidy and doing household chores - at the end of each week, whoever has the most points is crowned "House Mega-Star".
  • Make play-doh (flour, a little salt and enough water to make a dough). What will make the best dough? More flour? More salt? Less water? Experiment to find the best play-doh recipe.
  • Household Olympics - every day run a different event (how about who can run up the stairs fastest? Or balance on one leg for the longest? Or do the most star jumps during the Eastenders opening music?)
  • Put on a concert (plan who will sing or perform what, find backing tracks on You Tube with adult help, rehearse, work out what you will wear, make a leaflet about it, make a poster to tell people in the house when it will happen)
  • Teach someone in your house some of the French you have learned. You could even teach the dog or cat, or even a teddy!