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Year 3 Maths Homework

It is often easy to forget that for many parents, homework is the only picture they get of what their child does at school. We have therefore put a great deal of effort into writing suitable, fun and home-friendly activities for children and parents to share together. Children will benefit and so will parents and teachers!

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Able tables

Learn times tables (3x, 4x, 5x, or 6x) by writing rhyming words lists to help remember them.

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Alien brain box

Practise doubling and halving skills by completing the alien brain box.

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Clock hand angles

Recognise right angles by listing clock times where the hour hand makes a right angle with the minute time. Relate these times to digital times.

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Cylinder hold-up

Understand that a litre is a measurement of capacity by making a paper cylinder to hold exactly one litre of dried beans, lentils or rice. Understand 3-D shapes.

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Evens and odds

Recognise odd and even numbers and practise addition skills by playing simple coin game. Recognise different coins.

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Heads or tails

Explore the notion of probability and investigate binary numbers by playing a simple coin spinning game.

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Hidden alien

Recognise multiples of three by completing a colour by numbers alien.

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How orange is an orange

Practise multiplying by 10 and 100 and collect data for the number of segments in oranges to later produce a bar graph in school.

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Nine for luck

Practise subtraction skills and look at number patterns.

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Planet tour

Practise using multiples of five and six in division calculations by playing a rocket and planet dice game (2 sheets).

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To plug or to unplug, that is the question

Complete a Carroll diagram for electrical equipment in the home and take data to school for collation.

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Vanished into space

Understand that a symbol can stand for a number and practise arithmetic skills.