Practise your addition and subtraction using these games:
Practise your times tables using these games:
Practise your multiplication using these games:
Practise ordering and sequencing numbers using this website:
Other ideas: Play a card or board game with your friends. Do a jigsaw puzzle or make a times table poster.
Read a book and draw a picture of the main character or write a review.
Write a diary describing your day.
Paint a picture of something you did during your time off.
Practise your phonic sounds using these websites:
Practise and learn our P3 Scottish Poem for the competition.
Practise and learn our P3 Scottish Song for Scottish week.
P3 Snaw by J.K. Annand
It’s snawin cats and dugs,
Winter’s owre early,
Hailstones blatter my lugs
The road is smoorit fairly.
My gavel-end is sindert
My hous has growne auld
My ruif-tree is nou flindert
My room is owre cauld.
Ach lassie, show some pitie,
I’m dowie, and I pyne.
Tak me to your hert
And fleg the winter hyne.
Topic- The Romans What can you find out about the Romans? Write down any interesting facts or draw a picture of what you found out.