Each week you will still be required to read at least 3 times a week and this should be noted in your reading journal. If you are following the home learning timetable you can read to an adult during the allocated time or complete some of the activities on Oxford Owl or KidsClassroom Secrets or complete a AR Reader quiz.
Below are some links to different websites where you can read online and/or have different reading games or activities, at the moment due to our situation these are free.
The AR Reader link is below so that you can still do your quizzes once you have read a book;
Once you have read your book and want a different book or move to a different level, please use the website below. You will be able to to search for a book and then see what AR Reader band it is and if it is suitable.
Oxford Owl: has lots of free ebooks that you can read, there are also some pdf activity booklets that you can complete either by printing them off or writing the questions and answers in your home learning exercise book. Please use the web link below and the username and password to access all the resources.
Class log in: Wellfield year 3
Kids Classroom Secrets: This is a website that has lots of interactive games and activities to complete for each subject. Below is the link to the readings pages. Everyone now has a log in.
Username: 263946firstname for example, Harry = 263946harry
For children who have the same name as someone else you also need your first initial of your surname
for example: 263946avab 123
60 Second Reads
Here are some mini comprehensions to complete (I also included some in your home learning packs). The reading should take approximately 1 minute to read then you should answer the questions.
Feel free to choose which ones you would like to complete.
I've even included some linked to our topics, such as the Stone Age, Extreme Weather and Diwali.
I've attached the 60 Second read guidance to support parents. It gives information about the different question types the children might face including the key for the question types on the comprehension sheets.