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Wednesday 27th January


Well done for continuing to work so hard at home. Remember to send your work to year3@handale.rac.sch.uk everyday so we can check how you are getting on.


We will continue with our zoom sessions at the usual times on your timetable. The links for these can be found on the year 3 page.


  1. Write the spelling across and down.
  2. Put the spellings into complex sentences using the conjunctions when, before, after, while, if, because


Write a full line of each of the words below.

super, sub, superpower, supermarket, superstar

Make sure you look carefully for where the joins are and make sure your tall letters go all of the way to the top.



Today, we will continue to look at word types. We will be focussing on nouns and adjectives today.

Nouns are names of places, people, objects or animals e.g. Henry, garage, England, dog.

Adjectives are words that describe a noun e.g. enormous, gloomy, peaceful, bright.

  1. Write down the nouns from the list below.

London, amazing, whispered, Sam, table, frog, fluffy

Add 3 nouns of your own to the list

2. Write down the adjectives from the list below.

beautiful, bed, fluffy, grass, rusty, scream, gigantic, slide

3. Add appropriate adjectives to the sentences below.

The ______________________ bike was for sale.

Quickly, the ______________________ cat ate her __________________ food.

The ________________________ sun was shining brightly in the __________________________ sky.


Today, you will be using your plan from yesterday’s lesson to write your letter.

I would like you to try and include:

  • Compound and complex sentences
  • Sentences of 3
  • Paragraphs
  • Fronted adverbials and phrases
  • Accurate punctuation
  • Correct letter layout


Maths Meeting


Today is our reciprocal reading session. Your role today is the questioner.

Task 1

Read the text below.

Task 2

In your role as questioner, I would like you to think of questions to ask about the text. Remember, if you ask a retrieval question you need to know the answer yourself so that you can tell the person you are asking if they are correct.

Ask at least 8 questions and try to start your questions in different ways. Their is a sheet below to record your questions or you can complete it on lined paper.

Task 3

Ask someone in you house to answer the questions. Did you agree with their answers?


To begin our lesson, watch the video below.

Now you have watched the video I would like you to complete the tasks below.

Task 1

I would like you to use the sheet below to order the fossilisation process. The fossilisation process is in the same order as in the video, but is split into six parts on the sheet instead of five. If you prefer, you can write each step on lined paper.

Task 2

Follow the link below to watch the video about a famous palaeontologist.


Task 3

Complete the sheet below to tell me about Mary Anning. You can watch the video again, or research for yourself, to help you to complete it.


Enjoy a story from home or use the following link to download a free eBook to enjoy.


Well done for completing today’s home learning. We are sure that you have all worked very hard. Please remember to ask an adult to send us pictures of your work so we can see how you have been getting on.

Mrs Porter and Mrs Brodie

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