Useful Websites for Children

Top Useful Website Links for Parents and Children of Year 3:



1. MyMaths

The children have been set work to complete at home to further develop their learning at home.


2. Times Table Rockstars 

Keep practising the set tables using Times Table Rockstars - remember to leg your highest scores each week!




3. Spelling Shed

This website enables your child to learn their spellings through a fun and interactive way. Their weekly spelling lists will be uploaded to the site each week.


Accelerated Reader 

The children all have their own logins and can use the website to take a quiz once they have read a book.  The children's progress can then be tracked by the class teacher.  This is the link to our school's site:

Elburton's Accelerated Reader Platform



Access to online books and the ability to complete Accelerated Reader quizzes linked to your child's AR profile.




5. Explorify

This website is free to use and has lots of different science activities that you can work through.



Other Useful Websites:

Oxford Owl

This is a free website that gives you access to free eBooks that you can share with your child at home. 



Duolingo is an online website for children to continue their French learning whilst at home.


Top Marks Maths

A web page full of number games and activities


Maths Playground

This is a website full of maths games that encourage logical thinking and reasoning. It is the perfect site to help your child develop their mathematical knowledge in a fun and interactive way.



You will need your log in for the website. This is a web site to help your child improve their joined handwriting and help them to master their letter formation. 


Pobble 365

This website gives you a different picture each day and provides you with some question prompts and ideas to help inspire and motivate children to write. 


DK Information Books

Access to a range of information books and quizzes through the DK website.


BBC Super Movers

BBC have released curriculum linked resources to get children moving while they are at home - there are even dances linked to timetables, grammar rules and spelling patterns.  Have fun and get moving!