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There are many places that you can find some interesting maths activities that will keep your child interested during our time away from school. Have a look at the White rose 12 week plan to get some idea of the topics covered first:

There are some good sites to find materials to support learning and revision in Year 3 maths, and find things to do related to the plan above. Here are some of the best:

On the White Rose site you will find 5 weeks of Year 3 maths lessons. With video introductions and online and printable worksheets.

On the BBC's bitesize pages you will find maths videos and activities that you can do online. They are a great way of revising things that have been covered this year.

On the Oak National Academy site you will find video lessons filmed by teachers and accompanied by worksheets and other activities.

 

 

 

                             

Sometimes the most important thing is to keep practising your basic number and arithmetic skills. You have login details for all the following sites. If you have forgotten them please email Y3@greenhill.leeds.sch.uk and we'll send them right through.

 

 

Please find below some great maths websites that your children can access while at home. We have usernames and passwords for TTRockstars and Sumdog. Please e-mail Y3@greenhill.leeds.sch.uk if you have forgotten your user and we'll send it right though!

 

https://ttrockstars.com/ - amazing times tables practice. Try Numbots as well if you want to improve your number bonds and other mental maths skills.

 

https://www.sumdog.com/user/sign_in - a great site for practising all those maths skills that we cover at Greenhill.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/  - Skills and how to videos that cover the maths curriculum in Year 3. 

Reading Pictograms - Corbettmaths

A video that shows how to interpret pictograms.

Year 3 - Column Graphs

Pounds and Pence (part 3 of 4): What is money worth?

Pounds and Pence (part 2 of 4): What can you do with money?

Pounds and Pence (part 1 of 4): What is money and how does it work?

Division with regrouping (exchanging)

Division Using Place Value Counters

Multiplying Using Expanded Form

It might sound complicated, but as you get used to using your times tables, it becomes easier.

Year 3 Multiplication (Expanded Method) TO x O

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