Homework materials

# 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!

Hamilton will be phasing the Homework activities over Christmas. Please download any you wish to keep now!

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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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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.