Year 3 Home Learning 31.01.2020 (Due in 14.02.2020)

Year 3 Home Learning – Friday 31st January 2020

(All learning to be handed in Wednesday 14th February 2020)


Please encourage your child to read for at least 15 minutes at least five times per week. Please record what you have read in your reading record.


Like reading, Spelling is very important for your writing. Spellodrome will have targeted spelling lists each week linking to the spelling focus in class. Challenge yourself and see how many points you can earn!

Home Learning Menu

Over the next 2 weeks you must complete an activity/series of activities that total at least 15 points. How you choose to do so is up to you! For example, you may choose to do one fifteen activity; a ten-point activity and a five-point activity or you could also choose to do three five-point activities – it is completely your choice! Have a look at the activity menu below.

15 points

10 points

5 points


Create a Powerpoint or Keynote to present what you have learnt about Ancient Greece/Greeks. Print pictures of this to go at the end of the topic in your SOLE book.


Create a set of Top Trump cards using the template on the blog for 5 famous Ancient Greeks. Think about what your categories could be! Play a round with a friend or family and calculate how many points you have earnt.

Next week, the children will be creating their own Pandora’s Box in class. They will be filling it with a range of items. These are some of the items they could make at home to add to their box in school.Each item below is worth 5 points.


Choose one of the myths we have read in class and recreate in your own way. You could do this by making a comic strip, writing a diary entry or writing a narrative.

Guided Reading

Find a newspaper article that contains an element of hope. Print this out and bring into school.


Collect some pictures/drawings to decorate your box with. Bring these into school ready to add to your box.


Draw, paint or collect items that represent good things. This could be – a drawing of Aphrodite, Philophroyne or a photograph of a family member or friend.