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Class 3

Welcome to the Class 3 Page.

You will find regular updates of things to do at home with your children.

If you would like to send anything to your teacher then please email them on the class email.  You can send pictures of any work or just a couple of sentences saying what you have been up to.  Your teachers would love to hear from you!

CPSClass3@corporationroad.darlington.sch.uk


Week Commencing 6th July

Week Commencing 8th June

READING/PHONICS/WRITING
  • Write about some of the things you would like to do when you get back to school.
  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily. Make sure you can read and write all high frequency words taught to come back to school.

I is it on at am as the and an of for come some to was

  • Read and write words – shed, shell, chin, chop, back, neck
  • These words are not real. Write them and read them split, scrub, strip, strap
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

The crab and the slug went in the wet log.

Dan a plan to put the frog in the cup.

Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.

  • Read these words – (they are not real words) – chon, chun, chud, cud, crud, crod, crron , cran, crach, cralch

Phonics

  • Read and write  words – fox box six tax wax yes
  • Read these sentences – Miss Bell got a jam bun and sat. Bill and the dog ran up the hill. Mum let Dan rub the wet dog.
  • Read and write these words high frequency words – He she me be the and of was for come some is
  • Write sounds on squared paper y e ll b I f zz make these words up – yell bell bill fill fizz
  • Write a sentence about something you like doing at home. Draw a picture.
MATHS
  • Continue to write out the numbers 0-20 – (This should be done every week in order they are well practised and known ready for year 1). Sing counting songs. Can you write numbers beyond 20.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

3 + 2 + 4 =

5 + 6 + 3 =

7 + 4 + 2 =

6 + 6 + 3 =

8 + 4 + 2 =

12 – 2 =

14 – 5 =

18 – 5 =

19 – 6 =

16 – 3 =

Count in 10s

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100

Say the days of the week

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Write which number comes next

3 4    —————–

6 7    —————–

8 9    —————–

10 11 —————-

15 16 —————-

  • Addition

3+5=

4+6=

6+5=

8+4=

3+6=

2+7=

9+4=

9+6=

  • Take away

9-3=

6-4=

3-2=

8-3=

8-5=

10-5

9-7=

7-4=

  • Double numbers

1=1=

2+2=

3+3=

4+4=

5+5=

6+6=

7+7=

8+8=

9+9=

10+10=

Remember to do your daily exercise – Jo Wicks or Cosmo kids yoga


Week Commencing 1st June

READING/PHONICS/WRITING
  • Write about some of the things you have done over the time you have spent at home. Draw pictures. Bring back to school when we return.
  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily. Make sure you can read and write all high frequency words taught to come back to school.

I is it on at am as the and an of for come some to was

  • Read and write words – grunt, plump, stump, trust, scrap
  • These words are not real. Write them and read them ams, am, fam, fim, frim, frims
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

Cam had to scrub the mats.

Cam can not trust the bags from the shop.

Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.

  • How many of these can you read in 5 minutes?

bless clap drag flat grill plum scan snap trap twin brim crab dwell frog glad press skin slip swim trip blot cliff drop flag grab plan smell spot step twig

MATHS

Week Commencing 25th May

READING/PHONICS/WRITING
  • Read the story or listen to Goldilocks and the three bears.
  • Talk about what happens in the story.

Can you draw a story map. Draw pictures to show what happens at the beginning, middle and end of the story.

  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily. Make sure you can read and write all high frequency words taught to come back to school.

I is it on at am as the and an of for come some to was

  • Read and write words – stink, swift, twist, blond, clump
  • These words are not real. Write them and read them crin, cran, dran, dram, drim,
  • Use these words to make up your own sentences – I, it, is, an, and, the, was, on, as, to, go, of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

Mum and Stan went to get the pink pigs.

Dan put the frog in the bag.

  • Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.
MATHS

1 Per Day

  • Continue to write out the numbers 0-20 – (This should be done every week in order they are well practised and known ready for year 1). Sing counting songs. Can you write numbers beyond 20.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

  • Can you measure a piece of string 2 metres. Play with it, find things shorter and taller than 2m. This is the distance you need to keep apart from your friends when you come back to school. Are you taller or shorter than 2m.
  • Use your fingers and shout out the answer.

1+1=  2+2=  3+3=  4+4=  5+5=

2-1=  3-2=  4-2=  5-3=  3-3=

  • Write the missing numbers.
  • Keep practising number bonds to 10

0+10  1+9  2+8  3+7  4+6  5+5  6+4  7+3  8+2  9+1  10+0

Challenge yourself to make paper chains to show number bonds to 10.

Can you write the number sentences on paper like in the picture.

CAL

Make porridge and talk about the recipe.

Write words to say what it tastes like.

Challenge – write the recipe for someone you care for.

Remember to do your daily exercise – Jo Wicks or Cosmo kids yoga


Week Commencing 18th May

READING/PHONICS/WRITING

Read the story or listen to Little Red Riding Hood

Talk about what happens in the story.

Can you draw a story map. Draw pictures to show what happens at the beginning, middle and end of the story.

Can you write a sentence under each picture. Ex. Red Riding Hood went to see her grandma. The wolf had big teeth.

  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily.
  • Read and write words – spend, spent, swept, drink, print
  • These words are not real. Write them and read them glap, glaf, plaf, plef, gref
  • Use these words to make up your own sentences – I, it, is, an, and, the, was, on, as, to, go, of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

 The drinks split.

Cam had to scrub the mats.

Read these sentences.

He must slip the wet frogs into the pink mug.

Can he get to the plug?

  • Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.
MATHS

1 per day

  • Continue to write out the numbers 0-20 – (This should be done every week in order they are well practised and known ready for year 1). Sing counting songs. Can you write numbers beyond 20.
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 1 8 1 9 20

Write the numbers before and after.

  • Keep practising number bonds to 10

0+10  1+9  2+8  3+7  4+6  5+5  6+4  7+3  8+2  9+1  10+0

Write each number on paper and play matching 2 numbers up to make 10

  • Take away

3-2=   4-2=   5-1=   6-4=   8-3=   7-4=   9-4=   5-4=   9-5=   10-2=

  • 3d Shape – sing the rhyme
EAD/CAL

Make a mask from paper, paper plates, pens, paint or whatever you have. Use your mask to tell the story in your own words.

Remember to do your daily exercise – Jo Wicks or Cosmo kids yoga


Week Commencing 11th May

READING/WRITING/PHONICS
  • Read the story or listen to The three pigs

Talk about what happens in the story.

Who is your favourite character and why?

Draw your favourite character and write words to tell me what they are like.

  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily.
  • Read and write words – drank, grand, plank, crank, slump
  • These words are not real. Write them and read them

Grus, rus,ros,os,us,fus,fusk,usk,musk,mosk

  • Use these words to make up your own sentences – I, it, is, an, and, the, was, on, as, to, go, of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

 Cam got the strap on the bag in a twist.

 The bag split.

Read these sentences.

The strap split.

I drank from a cup.

  • Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.
MATHS
  • Continue to write out the numbers 0-20 – (This should be done every week in order they are well practised and known ready for year 1). Sing counting songs.
  • Keep practising number bonds to 10 – write them out and keep saying them every week until you can say all of them off by heart.

0+10  1+9  2+8  3+7  4+6  5+5  6+4  7+3  8+2  9+1  10+0 

Write the answer in your books.

  • Make sure you know these number facts by heart

0+5=5, 1+4=5, 2+3=5, 3+2=5, 4+1=5, 5+0=5

  • Add – count on using your fingers

2+2=                           

1+3=

3+1=

4+0=

5+1=

2+3=

  • Doubling numbers

1+1=

2+2=

3+3=

4+4=

5+5=

  • Count in 2s

2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20

Creative

Can you draw something outside Like a plant or animal. Look carefully at the shapes and colours.

UTW

Draw a picture of your house, can you draw the different rooms and talk about them.

Can you draw a map of your house and your road.


Remember to do your daily exercise – Jo Wicks or Cosmo kids yoga


Week Commencing 4th May

READING/WRITING/PHONICS
  • Read the story or listen to Jack and the beanstalk on You tube. Retell your favourite parts.

Answer these questions by telling someone at home

  1. What did Jack sell at the market?
  2. What did the market seller give Jack?
  3. When Jack got home was he his mum happy with him?
  4. What happened with the beans?
  5. What did Jack do the next day?
  6. What did Jack see at the top of the beanstalk?
  7. Which characters did he meet?
  8. What happened when Jack went in the castle? 
  9. What happened at the end of the story?
  10. Who was your favourite character and why?

Can you draw a picture of what happened in the story and write a sentence or story?

  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily.
  • Read and write words – frog, flop, spot, stop, drum, grub, plum, plug, slug, snug, snuff
  • Spelling test ( ask an adult to read these words and you spell them without help) – I, it, is, an, and, the, was, on, as, to, go, of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

Mum can’t get to the plug.

Dan must stop the frogs.

Read these sentences.

Did the vet tell Jill that the cat ran up the big hill.

These words are not real. Write them and read them

Lop, clop, cop, op, ip

  • Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.
MATHS

1 per day

  • Continue to write out the numbers 0-20 – (This should be done every week in order they are well practised and known ready for year 1). Sing counting songs.
  • Keep practising number bonds to 10 – write them out and keep saying them every week until you can say all of them off by heart.

0+10  1+9  2+8  3+7  4+6  5+5  6+4  7+3  8+2  9+1  10+0 

Play a game by writing the numbers out and match them to make 10 altogether.

  • 3D Shape – Find the 3D shape songs on you tube and sing along.

properties of 3D shapes 

3D shapes have faces (sides), edges and vertices (corners). 

Faces 

A face is a flat or curved surface on a 3D shape. For example a cube has six faces, a cylinder has three and a sphere has just one. 

Edges 

An edge is where two faces meet. For example a cube has 12 edges, a cylinder has two and a sphere has none. 

Vertices 

A vertex is a corner where edges meet. The plural is vertices. For example a cube has eight vertices, a cone has one vertex and a sphere has none.

Find 3D shapes in your house and talk about the faces, edges and vertices.

Find out more on BBC Bitesize

  • Pattern – Draw a butterfly as big as your page. Can you make a repeating pattern on its wings.

Can your pattern include 2D shapes.


Week Commencing 27th April

READING/PHONICS/WRITING
  • Read your favourite story or listen to one like The Gingerbread Man on You tube. Retell your favourite parts.
  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words daily.
  • Read and write words – flag, frog, flop, spot, stop, drum, grub, plum, plug, slug, snug, snuff
  • Read – it, is, an, and, the, on, as, to, go, of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)
  • Write your first name and surname and practise your letter formation.

The twin frogs Stan and Jeff swim in the sink.

Mum cant get to the plug.

Read these sentences.

Sam must not jump in the pond and get wet. The ant will come on the desk.

These words are not real. Write them and read them

Blop, blip, brip, bip, bop

MATHS

1 per day

  • Write out the numbers 0-20 – (This should be done every week in order they are well practised and known ready for year 1). Sing counting songs.
  • Practise number bonds to 10 – write them out and keep saying them every week until you can say all of them off by heart.

0+10  1+9  2+8  3+7  4+6  5+5  6+4  7+3  8+2  9+1  10+0

  • Look out of your window and count how many people go past or how many cars go past. Can you record on paper how many there are? Do more cars or people go past?
  • Sharing – find 2 plates, bowls or draw 2 large circles. Find some small things you can use to share like pasta, fruit or sweets, or tear up some paper. Count 2 things and share them into your 2 plates. How many did you get in each side. Remember when you share the things need to be shared equally so both sides are the same. Now do the same for different numbers of objects – 2, 4, 6, 8, 10,12,14,16,18,20
  • Draw a picture of things you do at different times of the day.

Morning, lunchtime, afternoon, evening, nighttime

Do you know what time you get up, have lunch, have tea or go to bed. Have a look at the time on a watch or clock and talk about the time. Can you see when it is 8 o’clock, 12 o’ clock, 6 0’clock or 7 o’clock.

Questions to think about this week 

Can you remember the name of the town you live in?

Find out which 4 countries make up the United Kingdom?

Remember to do your daily exercise – Jo Wicks or Cosmo kids yoga


Week Commencing 20th April

READING/PHONICS/WRITING
  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words. 
  • Read and write words – grin, skip,, slam, slip, swill, swim, trip, twin, drop, dress ( 2 words a day)
  • Read and write words – it, is, an, and, the, on, as, to, go, of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

Mum can not get to the sink.

Dan must stop the frogs.

Write your own sentences using our words.

Keep practising your letters and form them correctly.

Read these sentences.

Dan got a pet. It is a pup. The pup ran in wet mud. Mum got a rag.

MATHS
  • Write out the numbers 0-20, cut them out and put them in order.
  • Write out these number sentences and work out the answer. These are good to practise every week.

2+7=

5+2=

8+4=

6+5=

9+3=

8-2=

10-5=

12-3=

7-5=

6-6=

  • Count in 2s – 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18,20. Make a counting game. Here are the instructions. We are first going to make a ladybird shape.
  • Draw around a big plate (circle) and draw a line in the middle from the top to the bottom. 
  • Cut out 10 or for a challenge 20 small spots ( small circles)

You can draw eyes and legs if you wish. Use the spots to play the game. Add 1 spot on each side. How many do you have altogether/ Add 2 spots on each side. How many have you got on each side? Add 3,4,5 and so on keep counting how many you have got altogether. The game is the spots have to be equal on both sides, so they have the same number of spots on both sides.

  • Go on a 3D shape hunt in your house. Can you find a cube, cuboid, cylinder and a sphere. Talk about the fat, 3D shapes. ( We have talked in class about the edges, faces and vertices).

Week Commencing 13th April

READING/ PHONICS/WRITING
  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words.
  • Read and write words – crab, grab, gruff, plan, slam, smell, sniff, trap, step, clip ( 2 words a day)
  • Read words – of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences (adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

The crab is wet and red.

Grab the big bag off the peg.

The frog swims in the sink.

Write your own sentences using our words.

Keep practising your letters and form them correctly.

Read these sentences.

A fox met a fat hen and the hen bit the fox on the leg.

I will tell Jeff mum got him a jam bun.

Sam must not jump in the pond and get wet.

Maths
  • Write out the numbers 0-20, cut them out and put them in order
  • Write out these number sentences and work out the answer.

3+6=

7+2=

6+4=

4+5=

3+3=

5-2=

8-5=

10-1=

7-5=

8-6=

  • Use a square, triangle, rectangle and a circle to make a shape picture. You could draw a robot, house or use your own ideas. Can you tell people in your house what the shapes are called and tell them what they are like. How many sides do they have? Are the sides straight or curved? How many corners have they? Remember these are 2D shapes.
  • Count in 2s – 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18,20. Can you find a song on you tube to help you count in 2s. Type in counting in 2s song.

Week Commencing 6th April

READING/ PHONICS/WRITING
  • Keep reading your reading book and list of high frequency words. 
  • Read and write words – bump, dust, gulp, hunt, jump, must, tusk vest, wisp, felt, mend, wilt ( 2 or 3 words a day)
  • Read words – of, for, some, come, none
  • Write these sentences ( adult to say the words one by one and child to write the word)

I must jump and help the ant.

The vest is wet in the sink.

The best elf sat on a desk.

Write your own sentences using our words.

Keep practising your letters and form them correctly.

MATHS
  • Write out the numbers 0-20
  • Write out these number sentences and work out the answer.

5+8=

6+5=

7+4=

8+5=

9+3=

9-4=

6-5=

8-3=

10-5=

9-6=

  • Share objects from your house between you and 1 more person. Share 4 objects (apples or oranges) share 6 objects, share 8 objects, share 10 objects. Make sure you have the same each after sharing them all out. How many do you end up having each?
  • Draw a square, triangle, rectangle and a circle. Find these shapes in your house. How many corners and sides do each have?

Week Commencing 30th March

READING

Please read your reading book over and over again. 2 pages a day is good. Try and read the words without sounding them out. Keep reading the high frequency words – all, was, some, come, of and for. You need to know these for year 1.

Read a story of your choice and talk about what happens.

WRITING

Listen to the story ‘The Gingerbread man’ on You tube or read the story if you have it. Write a sentence about what happens in the story. You could write – The man ran or the cow ran after the man. Make up your own sentence.

Write about the characters of the story. The fox is red or the man is little. Think of your own words.

Practise your handwriting. Remember to woosh and flick.

MATHS

Work out these addition sums. You can draw dots like we did in class.

5+4=                                                                 5+6=

6+3=                                                                              6+7=

7+2=                                                                              7+5=

9+0=                                                                              8+6=

3+7=                                                                              9+4=

Cut out a circle, square, rectangle and triangle. Talk about the corners and sides. How many corners do they have and how many sides? Fold the shapes in half and see that the 2 sides are the same size.

Take away sums

Work out these take away sums. Draw dots and cross what you are taking away out. Work out what is left.

9-3=                                                                               11-2=

5-4=                                                                               10-3=

8-4=                                                                               12-5=

7-5=                                                                               14-5=

6-3=                                                                               15-4=



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