Button Lane Primary School

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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3's Year Group Page. If you have any questions about your home learning, please email your teacher at year3@buttonlane.manchester.sch.uk

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Home Learning

Click on the picture below to see your daily Home Learning Schedule. All the resources you need for each day are listed below. The work is grouped into A and B. If you child is usually in group A for homework, select group A and if they are in group B, select group B.
















Lesson 1 - Draw accurately.pdf

Lesson 2 - Recognise and describe 2D shapes.pdf

Lesson 3 - Recognise and describe 3D shapes.pdf

Lesson 4 - Telling the time to 5 minutes.pdf

Year-3-Properties-of-Shape Assessment.pdf

Reading Comprehension Questions Group A.pdf

Lesson Presentation Analysis.pptx

Reading Comprehension Group A.pdf

Lesson Presentation Describing Characters.pptx

Reading Comprehension Group A.pdf

Reading Comprehension Questions B.pdf

Analysing a Setting Description Activity Sheet.pdf

Reading Comprehension Group B.pdf

Role on the Wall Outline.pdf

Reading Comprehension Group B.pdf

Reading Comprehension Text Group A.pdf

Short Story Structure Activity Sheet.pdf

Lesson Presentation Describing Settings.pptx

Character Checklist.pdf

Lesson Presentation Writing a Build-Up.pptx

Reading Comprehension Text Group B.pdf

Exploring magnets.pdf

Features of a Story Setting Checklist.pdf

Describing Remus Activity Sheet.pdf

 Drama Prompt Sheet.pdf

Spelling Group A.pdf

Is it magnetic?.pdf

Describing a Setting Activity Sheet.pdf

Spelling Group B.pdf


Lesson Presentation Exploring Characters.pptx

Solve it together technique.pdf

 Romulus and Remus Story.pptx

Recording Characters' Feelings Activity Sheet.pdf

Drama Prompt Sheet.pdf

6.7.20 Project powerpoint.pdf

6.7.20 Project A and B .pdf

Lesson 1 Answers - Right angles in shapes.pdf

Lesson 2 Answers - Compare angles.pdf

Lesson 3 Answers - Horizontal and vertical.pdf

Lesson 4 Answers - Parallel and perpendicular.pdf


Numicon Number Frames for Counting 

30 Days Wild

This year we are taking part in The Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge. It is a month long initiative that aims to get people making the most of the outdoors and engaging with nature.

So far, 121830 people have signed up to take part, including Button Lane!

We would like you to do one 'wild; thing per day throughout the whole month: for your health, well-being and for the planet. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting 'Random Acts of Wildness'.


30 Days Wild Checklist

Click on the link for our checklist to see what we’ve got planned. We will also be posting these to Twitter each day, or you can choose to do your own. Whatever you decide to do, make sure to be safe, respect nature and above all, have fun and don’t forget to let us know what you get up to!

Keep in Touch

Mr Pyne, Miss Bradbury and Mrs Ireland would love to hear what Year 3 have been learning at home. Please tell us about the work you have been doing in the guestbook below. You can send photos of your work to your teacher via email.


Please feel free to sign our guestbook and leave a comment...

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Amelia Mason(a couple of months ago)

Thank you for the great worksheets amelia has completed all her work for this week

Daniel Crawley(a couple of months ago)

Jack Crawley has been working very hard with his handwriting. He has been doing super with his maths and is showing a fantastic understanding of fractions.

Samantha Howard(a couple of months ago)

Jack has been learning about volcanoes & dinosaurs whilst he has been at home. We have a few different books at home with facts about different subjects. Tomorrow we are going to try & make our own volcano

Take a look at what Year 3 have been doing at home so far

We are so proud of you!

Keep up the fantastic work and please keep sending us more photos of your learning.

Summer 1