Year 3 – Science & Technology. Instant access to hundreds of fun and engaging online lessons for your pupils. Lesson can be embedded anywhere!

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By The Pembrokeshire Home Learning Team

Schools and teachers across Pembrokeshire have come together to provide fun and engaging activities for home learning.

30 mins

What will I learn?

Lots of fun and engaging online lessons for pupils to do at school, or at home

Share on Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams and other VLEs - just copy the URL!

Instant homework activities lasting between 30 minutes and 1 hour

Perfect for supporting school closures, bubbles being sent home and home learning

Lessons included...

  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > ICT > Coding without using a computer To understand the process of coding > To develop resilience through trial and error
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Design & Technology > Structures - Investigating bridges To develop an understanding of how bridges are made
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > ICT > Easter - Problem solving - Easter egg Sudoku To develop logical thinking > To use problem solving skills
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > ICT > Decision Trees - Classification of animals Part 2 To use previous knowledge of sorting animals to create a decision tree on J2 data
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > ICT > Data handling - Garden bird watch To identify and learn names of garden birds > Collect data using a tally chart > Create a bar or pie chart
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > ICT > Mapping the World To locate countries and places of interest on a map or atlas of the world > To use Google Earth for research
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > ICT > Digital art - Pixel art To know what a pixel is > To create pixel art
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Design and create your own bug hotel To choose appropriate materials > To create an environment /habitat for insects > To be able to write a set of instructions
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Air resistance - Fantastic forces 1 To find out about Galileo Galilei a famous scientist > To develop an understanding of air resistance
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Living things and their environment To identify different types of local habitats > To know that different animals are found in different habitats
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Living things - Sorting- Animal Classification Part 1 To know how to sort animals into groups > To know who Aristotle was
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > The life cycle of an insect To understand the four main stages of an insects life cycle > To research an insect and present your findings in an appropriate way
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Forces and Energy - Renewable energy To research the different forms of renewable energy
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Living things - Food chains Part 1 To understand food chains > To create a food web
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Poetry - Food chains Part 2 To use knowledge of food chains to create a poem
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Parts of a flower and the jobs that they do To learn about the different parts of a flower and the jobs they do
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Draw and label your favourite flower To draw and label parts of a flower
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Carry out an experiment - Cleaning pennies To carry out a scientific experiment > To write up a science experiment
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > States of Matter - Dissolving To develop an understanding about soluble and insoluble substances
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Living things - How do Plants transport water? To understand the job of a plants roots > To find out how water is transported around a plant > To make a prediction and record observations
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Living things - Where does honey come from? To learn about bees > To learn about how honey is made
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Materials - Science experiment - Oil, water and colours To recreate an experiment > To be able to record my observations
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Fact file - 'You're Called What?!' by Kes Gray and Nikki Dyson To learn about some creatures with unusual names >To make a fact file on one of the creatures
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Coastal erosion - The Pembrokeshire coastline To understand what is meant by coastal erosion > To develop an understanding about how various coastal features are created > To recognise the coastal features
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Life cycle of the Honey bee Part 1 To know the life cycle of a honey bee > To write an information sheet on the life cycle of the Honey bee>
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Water Cycle To create a model to demonstrate the process of the water cycle.
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > What makes a cake rise? Making a strawberry layer cake. To follow a recipe to make a strawberry layer cake > To know what makes a cake rise
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Report writing - Honey bees Part 2 To plan a report on a honey bee > To write a report
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > Factual and Creative writing - Honey bees Part 3 Retrieving data. Wait for a few seconds, then try cutting or copying again.
  • Y3 > English > Science_Technology > Science > How to make a lava lamp. To create a lava lamp. >To understand why the reaction occurs.