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Year 3

Our teacher is Mrs Traylen. Mrs Beamson is our Teaching Assistant.

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This is a guide to help you with the spelling, punctuation and Grammar taught in year 3. This knowledge equips children with essential knowledge to: spell words accurately, use a wide range of punctuation with precision and use sentences with the correct grammatical structure. Use the links below to improve your understanding, and usage, of key spag skills.

Punctuation

For help understanding and using commas click here

For help understanding and using apostrophes click here

For help understanding and using colons click here and semi colons click here

For help understanding and using speech marks and quotation marks click here

Grammar – Different classifications of words

For help understanding and using nouns click here and pronouns click here

For help understanding and using verbs click here and adverbs click here

For help understanding and using adjectives click here

For help understanding and using conjunctions click here

For help understanding and using prepositions click here

 

Spelling

For help understanding and using common tricky spellings click here

Glossary of Spag terms

Some of the vocabulary used when talking about Spag can be confusing (conjunction anyone!), click here to look up a term that you don’t understand.

Below are all the words in the Year 3 National Curriculum spelling list:

Spellings
address

answer

appear

arrive

bicycle

build

caught

certain

circle

decide

difficult

early

earth

eight/eighth

enough

favourite

February

forward(s)

fruit

groupguard

guide

heard

heart

height

history

interest

island

learn

length

library

minute

notice

often

potatoes

promise

purpose

question

recent

regular

remember

special

straight

strange

suppose

surprise

therefore

though/although

weight

woman/women

Our visit to Raby Castle !

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ICT Games A huge range of mathematical games that focus on supporting pupils’ understanding of different areas covered in the Key Stage 1 mathematics curriculum.

http://resources.oswego.org/games/ClassClock/clockres.html A great interactive clock to help you tell the time.

Spooky Maths Send the ghosts back to the den by finding the missing number in a simple sequence. A simple activity that assists children to understand how to count forwards and backwards in units of ten.

Higher LowerA great site for helping children to put numbers in order of size. There are two set of activities: the easiest ones on the left should be chosen for this age group.

Spin a number A counting game that can be played against the computer. Children count along a board, after having spun a number.

Rachel Rocket Help Rachel Rocket to launch into space by counting in twos. A good way of helping children to practise counting on in units of two.

Snakes and ladders The familiar game of Snakes and ladders in an interactive format. Good for practising counting up to 100.

 Test the toad Children can practise simple addition and subtraction calculations, using numbers no boigger than 12.

Number Jumbler A BBC site designed for Year 2 pupils. A wide range of mathematical topics that children learn about in Year 2 are included.

A great day at Captain Cook Museum for our Pirates topic.

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