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Years 3 & 4

We have included this brief guide, to accompany the packs taken home by the pupils recently.


  • Daily reading of a book and asking/answering questions.
  • Finding meanings of work using dictionary resources.
  • comprehension games (online)
  • Any extra specific reading tasks to be uploaded to the school website each day.


  • Spelling and grammar games online
  • Common Exception Word (reading and spelling)
  • Writing a persuasive text of your choice.
  • Any extra specific SPaG tasks to be uploaded to the school website each day.


  • Arithmetic: addition, subtraction and multiplication equations.
  • Times Tables (Year 4 must do this daily): Hit the button or Times Tables Rockstars.
  • Fill in the multiplication square. Year 4 - You will need lots of practice as you have a very important test when you come back.
  • Time: Using analogue and digital clocks to tell the time. Comparing different lengths of time in a table.
  • Geometry: drawing shapes and labelling properties
  • Fractions: Finding fractions of amounts.
  • Any extra specific Maths tasks to be uploaded to the school website each day.


  • Booklet: making an information booklet about either Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis or Forest Fires.
  • Easter card
  • Any extra specific Theme or science tasks to be uploaded to the school website each day.
  • Read a book and complete a review - this can be your reading book or one from home.
  • A newspaper report about a topical issue from the time (or a modern equivalent) - make sure to research and include facts! Use the newspaper template to include a headline, picture, caption etc.

The websites below are helpful sites that will support all areas of the curriculum while you are supporting your children at home.


Times Table Rockstars:


Extra home learning resources:

Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer/ and enter the code: UKTWINKLHELPS.

You can then download their home learning resources.


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