Home Learning

Spellings and Division Facts

The Tempest Performance 

We have already sent home the lyrics to our songs for our upcoming performance of ‘The Tempest’ but here is a link to the lyric videos that have tips on how to sing each song accurately so that you can practise at home too: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/music-ks2-the-tempest-index/zfgcgwx

Here is another link to our text map for the children to continue to practise the words and actions for at home: Tempest Text Map PDF

Here is a copy of the poem ‘Full Fathom Five’ for the children to practise as well in readiness for their performance.


Your child’s new spelling group for this term has been written in their reading diary, so please check your child’s diary to ensure they are practising the correct spellings.

Sparkly Spellers






Super Spellers






Star Spellers






Once you have learned all of your spellings, you could challenge yourself by seeing if you can put each word into a sentence.

They will be tested on Friday 18th May.


If you have a Lexia Login please try to do some at home – we are all trying to meet our weekly targets. It doesn’t matter if you have already met yours; the more you do, the better you get – and it would be fantastic to see year 3 on the Lexia Leaderboard in Mrs Wood’s 2%er assembly on Thursday!

If you finish your reading book you can complete the quiz at home. Don’t forget you can quiz on your library book or home books too. (Not all books have quizzes but it’s worth typing in the title to check). Remember to take your time and think about the correct answer as you can only quiz once per book.


Division Facts

We would like the children to have a go at practising their division facts for the 8 times table.

80 ÷ 8   72 ÷ 8   64 ÷ 8   56 ÷ 8   48 ÷ 8  40 ÷ 8  32 ÷ 8   24 ÷ 8

16 ÷ 8  8 ÷ 8

It’s a great idea to login to TTRockstars to practise these. The children’s logins can be found in their reading records.

They will be tested on Friday 18th May.

Have a wonderful weekend, Year 3!

Miss Hutton 🙂