Monday, 23 March 2020

distance learning Day 2 Year 3

Tuesday, March 24th 2020

Hi all. Thanks for the work that has been sent to me. Sorry but I'm having trouble opening a lot of your work and communications at the moment. I think it must be due to the amount of people that are using the mailing system. I will keep trying. I know some of you are having trouble logging onto hwb or read theory and i'm trying to get hold of the right people to help.


These activities should take around 40 minutes

Practise yesterday's spellings using the pyramid activity. Just a reminder:

For example: thought                                          t








than, that, there's, these, thing, things, think, thought, three and through

Once these spellings are finished you can use the Read Theory website to carry out a reading comprehension activity.


Numeracy: This should take around 50 minutes

Warm up: Practise your x3 & x6 tables. Remember if you can do your x3 then just double these answers for x6.

L.O: To use the column method for addition including carrying over

The website below has easy to follow steps. It begins with single digits firstly. Use:

You can try examples of these in exercise books. Watch until example 3 is finished. Move on to carrying over with double digits.

I have been trying to put maths on Hwb but to no avail so here's a website that has worksheets you can use.

Scalenes children – practise with single digits before moving on to double digits

Use the sheet on here for 2 digits:



Isosceles children – practise with double digits moving on to 3 digits (continue with video for 3 digits) Use the 2 digit sheet then 3 digit.

Use the sheet on here for 2 digits:

3 digits:

Equilaterals  children – practise with double digits then move on to 3 digit & 4 digit  numbers.  Use the 3 digit then have a go at carrying over in two columns. For example:

                      3 2 4

            +      4 8 6




Science: Research the parts of a plant.  Draw a labelled diagram. Write down the functions of each part.


Daily Welsh:

Warm up: Practise these questions and answers orally. You can learn alongside your child with these a few times a week.

Beth yw d'enw di? (What's your name?)                …..ydw i.

Ble rwy't ti'n byw? (Where do you live?)     Dwi'n byw yn…….

Sut wyt ti? (How are you?)                         Dwi'n ……

Ble rwy't ti'n mynd i'r ysgol? (Where do you go to school)    Dw'in mynd i ysgol…….

Pa lliw ydy dy gwallt di? (What colour is your hair?)     Mae gwallt…….da fi

Pa lliw ydy dy llygaid di? (What colour are your eyes?)     Mae llygaid……da fi

Faint ydy d'oed di? (How old are you?)       Dwi'n ……oed


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