Educational Activities for 3 Year Olds Printable.
Preschool worksheets help your little one develop early learning skills. Try our preschool worksheets to help your child learn about shapes, numbers, and more.
Our Free one worksheet a day for Year 3 focuses on teaching key skills such as spellings, literacy, reasoning and arithmetic all in one sheet that is filled with fun exercises and beautiful illustrations. A new worksheet is posted every weekday. Visit Year 3 category for more resources. Recommended books for Year 3: 1 worksheet a day for Year 3.
Play these fun English Games for 3-5 year olds. Choose a Category: Letters and Sounds Stories and Rhymes. Letters and Sounds. Phase 2 Phonics. The 16 Learner Guides support children learning Phase 2 of the Letters and Sounds phonics programme. The fun videos help children to see letter sounds in words. It supports correct letter formation too.
My 3 year old has just brought home her first 'homework' from nursery, her teacher sent home cards with numbers 1-5 on them and wrote a note in her book asking for her to practise them. The thing is my DD has known these numbers for ages and can count nearly to 100 but needs reminding of for example 50, 60 and so on or she would say forty ten, fifty ten etc.
Three great websites from the BBC should cover many of your child’s homework needs: SOS Teacher is for 9-17 year olds and lets you email a teacher a question. The Onion Street is a space for 11-16 year olds to get online and discuss homework and school in general. There’s a section on study skills, two chat rooms dedicated to art and music.
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Division Maths Worksheets for Year 3 (age 7-8) Crucial to understanding division is knowing that it is the inverse of multiplication. Remainders are an important part of division work in year 3 as are strategies for dividing by 10 and 100.