You are viewing this site in an unsupported browser. Read with Oxford is a range of carefully levelled books to help children learn to read, and love to read — from their first steps in phonics all the way through to being independent readers. Maths In maths, you can support your child at home by practising the relevant times-tables 3, 4, and 8 times-tables — as well as the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables from Year 1 and 2 regularly. Communication and language 7. Conjunctions and connectives Please try again later. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness 1.
Science Science in Year 3 is engaging and fun. In writing, schools focus on creativity and writing styles; looking at settings, language style and character within their writing. Books by Rick Riordan 2. Synonyms and antonyms The intensity of Year 2 and the focus on grammar, arithmetic and spelling will seem like a distant memory as the new term starts. It is at this age when difficulties such as dyslexia are more likely to be diagnosed.
Poetry – exploring rhythm and rhyming Year 3 can be a fun and rewarding year.
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In maths, you can support your child at home by practising the relevant times-tables 3, 4, and homewrok times-tables — as well as the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables from Year 1 and 2 regularly. Y5 Y6 Writing composition.
Duty Calls series by James Holland 7. Books by Curtis Jobling 1. Give your child access to as many different styles of writing as you can. Mathematics in Year 3 has more of a times-tables focus. You are viewing this site in an unsupported browser.
Grandpa Chatterji by Jamila Gavin 1. Science Science in Year 3 is engaging and fun. It is still important to listen to your child read regularly.
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid playsccripts by Jeff Kinney 5. Biography and autobiography Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll 1. Maths In maths, you can support your child at home by practising the relevant times-tables 3, 4, and 8 times-tables — as well as the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables from Year 1 and 2 regularly.
The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster 1. Search options Keyword s. Continue reading Reading is key this year and homeworrk are plenty of ways you can help. Y3 Y4 Y5 Writing composition. Structuring plots and planning The graduation plxyscripts the Juniors comes with new independence and responsibility. Increased focus on spelling In English, your child will continue to work on the spelling patterns they have begun in previous years, but this year there is less of a focus on phonics and more emphasis on understanding and learning the spelling rules, as well as attention to prefixes and suffixes.
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Enjoy watching your child grow and have a great year! You might like to help them learn to tell the time.
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What to expect in Year 3
If they have attended an Infant school, this will also involve a move to a new school where they become the youngest year group again. Take a look at our tips to help with spelling homework. Children develop and mature at this stage, becoming increasingly independent and more empathetic towards others.
Poems on a theme Stories which raise issues playscrupts dilemmas 3.