A collection of differentiated maths activity mats to use with your Year 3 Summer 1 class.
This teaching resource pack includes six different word mats featuring illustrated activities to help your class practice a range of topics.
Plan Bee Year 3 Maths schemes of work are designed to fit into a complete, year-round long-term Maths curriculum for the whole school.
Here is a list of all of the maths skills students learn in year 3!
The activities rehearse core numeracy skills that you may wish children to practise or keep on the boil.
Read our maths homework blog for more advice about using them.Maths mats are illustrated worksheets which feature a range of different maths problems and activities.These are beneficial to primary-age maths students and are more engaging than traditional sums or word problems.Here you will find a wide range of Mental Maths Worksheets aimed at Year 3 children which will help your child to learn number facts and practise their number skills.Our selection of mental maths worksheets is a great way of practising your number and maths skills.Any additional pieces of homework will be posted below, including Friday topic questions.As well as following the timetable above, the children are encouraged to read regularly at home and practise their times tables and spellings as often as possible.These maths mats are a casual way of helping your child to learn.Maths Mats are a valuable teaching tool used to support independent work and early maths skills.In primary maths we talk about the inverse to explain how addition and subtraction are linked and how multiplication and division are linked.Teacher Alice Hart offers examples of how and when your child will be asked to use the inverse operation in school, and practical ways to help them understand the concept.