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Try and find 10 minutes to read everyday. Whether it's in bed first thing in the morning or before you go to bed. Find a quiet place in your house to sit down and get lost in a book. Try and read to a family member 2 or 3 times a week. If your parents are busy, maybe you have siblings which you could read to, or younger siblings which you could help teach to read. 

 

Your teachers would love to see you reading. Send a picture to your teacher of your reading your favourite book in your favourite spot in the house!

Keep developing your dictionary and thesaurus skills by looking up definitions for words or synonyms to expand your vocabulary. 

Year 3 recommended reads

Can you challenge yourself to read as many of these as possible?

Walking in a character's shoes

 

In a good novel, the main character must make some hard choices. Think about a book you read recently. Write 5-10 questions that will give this character a chance to talk about the choices they faced. Then, answer the questions as if you were the character. As you write your answers, talk about the events, thoughts, and feelings that surrounded your choices and discuss the impact of your decision(s).

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