Class 3A

Miss Moran
Class 3A

If you did not manage to collect your Home Learning pack last week the school will be opened again tomorrow (Thursday, 7th May) between 10am and 12.00.  Remember to follow the social distancing rules and stay safe! If you need any help or have any questions feel free to send me an email. Miss Moran 😊

As the class will be learning from home try a little learning everyday.

Here is a topic on Toys, have a go at some of the activities.  You could also use the search engine : to research some old toys.

Term Overview

Stay at Home, Stay Safe and get Creative!

Here are some things you could try in the house to keep busy:

Or why why not recycle your rubbish to create something new, here are some ideas to get you started:









More crafts and activities, including some cooking ideas:

Why not practise your drawing skills:




  • Read a little every week and record it in your jotter or reading passport, or talk about the story with a family member using the five finger recall.

Free Ebooks :

Class login : Username: Primary3a  password: Primary3a

  • Listen to a story on amazon and become an illustrator by drawing pictures for the story or design a front cover.

Amazon audio books:


  • Write about some of the things and activities you have been up to, you could record a weekly diary.
  • You could write a postcard to a friend telling them what you have been up to and what you are looking forward to when you see them again. Remember to draw them a lovely picture on the other side.

Maths: Keep practising addition, subtraction, multiplication and money.  Here are some other activities you could try at home.

For online games:

Sign up for free:

Gym Times

Try to do a little bit of exercise each day, here are some ideas below:

Online resources :

The P.E teacher:

Kidz Bop dance:

Cosmic yoga:

Go Noodle (a variety of activities to get the kids moving ad engage their minds):

Health: It’s also important to keep your mind mind healthy!

It’s good talk about your worries and think of ways to cope. Here is a little activity you can do to help:





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