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Miss Muddle can’t remember how to spell these words. Can you help her? Colour in the correct spelling for each picture.
The ‘air’ has blown out of these hot air balloons! Can you put ‘air’ back into the words, read them and match them to the correct baskets?
Can you work out the missing words in these sentences? Clue: They all have the sound /nk/ in them. Write your answers in the crossword grid
Play this fun memory game and see how many 'oi' words you know.
Can you spot the /ee/ sound, spelled e_e, in these words? Look carefully and colour in the letters e_e.
Read these /er/ words. Can you draw a picture for each one?
You’re going to need your ratio skills to build a fantastically colourful new house.
We want to mix some evil potions but we have to be sure to get the ratio of ingredients right. Can you help?
You are going to go piranha fishing in The Amazon using piranha cages! But there is a likelihood of river rapids, so you'll have to decide whether to put your piranha cages shallow or deep...
How many words can you make with the /ai/ sound when it’s written ‘ay’?
Each of the two players must take it in turns to roll both dice to get two numbers. Now add or subtract with them anyway you want. Mark off the answer on the board with one of your counters. The winner is the person with the most counters on the board at the end of the game.
Can you work out if these numbers are triangular numbers or not?
Ms Smith, the PE teacher, has been finding out about Y3’s favourite ball sports. She’s decided to show the results on a display in the hall, using a pictogram. Because there are so many children, she has decided to make each picture worth 4 children. Can you complete the pictogram?
These characters have some unusual names! What are they called?
Each player collects parts of sentences as they go round the board then, when you get to the end, see who can write the best story using just the parts you've collected.
Climb the full stop tower by correctly placing the full stop in sentences.
Look at these rhyming pictures. Using the ‘ou’ spelling, can you write the rhyming words?
The aim of the game is to make a full sentence containing direct speech. You move around the board collecting game cards based on the colour you land on. The first person to make a complete sentence wins.
Play around the board game. When you land on a colour you must pick up that colour card and complete the calculation to work out your balance. If you calculate incorrectly, another player should tell you and you will be given an extra -£1 penalty. However, if they miscalculate they get the -£1 penalty. The aim of the game is to make it around the board with the most money at the end.
When you flip a coin, there is an even chance that you will get either a head or a tail. This means that the chance of getting either is equally likely. Does the starting position of the coin affect the probability? Let’s find out!