Friday, 17 January 2020

Year 3 Maths Stay and Learn

Thank you to all of the parents and carers who came to the Year 3 Maths stay and learn last Tuesday.

Below is some information that was presented during the stay and learn.

As promised here is the link to the national curriculum year 3 expectations, scroll down to page 18 for year 3. Link As mentioned during the meeting government expectation is that any child working at an age appropriate level will have mastered all of their timetables up to 12 by the end of year 4.
By the end of year 2 they should have learnt their 2, 5 and 10.
By the end of year 3 they should have mastered their 3, 4, 8.
By the end of year 4 they should know them all.

How you can help your child at home

  • Support your child with using Rockstars times tables.
  • Talk about the time and make it the norm to read an analogue clock throughout the day.

  • Play other games such as Hit the button and board games. 
  • Encourage your child to write their times table out.
  • Check your child is secure with their number bonds to 100.

The children carry out a sound check every Friday, this (test) reflects the screening test they have to complete in Year 4 for the government.  When they play in the garage room these timetables should be  set at their ability and reflect the level they are currently working at. 

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