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Y3 Homework Friday 22nd June 2018

Maths
Please work through the times tables sheet with your child. There are questions on the x3, x4 and x8 tables. Your child should identify the times table number sentences on the grid and fill in the missing times tables sums.

Reading
Please continue to read regularly with your child. Reward points will be given to children who record what they have read in their reading diaries. Please ask your child to tell you about what they have read. This will help to ensure your child can understand the text they are reading.

Spelling
During their morning work, the children have been looking at adding suffixes that begin with a vowel (er/ed//en/ing). With these words, when the last syllable is stressed, you double the final consonant, e.g. forget becomes forgetting. The children have also been looking at creating negative meanings using the prefix –mis.

Please look through the workbook with the children, complete any unfinished work and practise the spellings. The spellings are:

forgetting, forgotten, beginning, beginner, preferred, preferring, occurred, occurring, forbidden, committed

misspell, mislead, mistreat, misbehave, mistrust, misprint, misuse, misplace, misheard, misread

Please check that your child can spell these words and use them correctly in a sentence. There will be a spelling test on these words.

Reminder

Year 3 will be going on a school trip on Monday (25th June) to the Science and Media Museum in Bradford. Please ensure your child arrives at school for registration at 8:30am, as we will be leaving school at 8:45am. We will also be returning to school later than usual, at 4:15pm.

  • Published in Year 3

Y3 Homework Friday 15th June 2018

SPaG
Your child will be bringing home a worksheet on possessive apostrophes and apostrophes in contractions. Possessive apostrophes show ownership. If the item belongs to someone the apostrophe comes before the ‘s’, e.g. The girl’s coat.
Apostrophes also replace missing letters in contracted words, e.g. did not would become didn’t and the ‘o’ would be replaced by an apostrophe.

Maths
Please work through the times tables grid with your child. There are missing numbers that the children should use their times tables knowledge to work out. Please note that the numbers are not all in order.

Reading
Please continue to read regularly with your child. Reward points will be given to children who record what they have read in their reading diaries. Please ask your child to tell you about what they have read. This will help to ensure your child can understand the text they are reading.

Science
We are currently learning all about plants in Science. Please play the game, that involves ‘building’ a plant with your child. This will embed what we have previously covered in class.

Spelling
During their morning work, the children have been looking at adding suffixes that begin with a vowel (er/ed/ing).

Please look through the workbook with the children, complete any unfinished work and practise the spellings. The spellings are:

gardener, gardening, limited, limiting, offering, offered, benefited, benefiting, focused, focusing

Please check that your child can spell these words and use them correctly in a sentence. There will be a spelling test on these words.

  • Published in Year 3

Y3 Homework Friday 8th June 2018

Comprehension
Your child will be bringing home a comprehension all about the Romans. We ask that you read through this with your child and discuss the answers to each question in detail. Where possible, the children should highlight key parts of the information in the text and use this to help them answer certain questions.

Maths
In Maths, we are revising different topics from across the year. The children should complete the two worksheets sent home on reading data in various ways. Please make sure the children read the ‘key’ carefully to ensure their answers are correct.

Reading
Please continue to read regularly with your child. Reward points will be given to children who record what they have read in their reading diaries. Please ask your child to tell you about what they have read. This will help to ensure your child can understand the text they are reading.

Spelling
During their morning work, the children have been looking at –ly adverbs that are exceptions to the usual spelling rules. We have also looked at words from the Y3/4 statutory spelling list.

Please look through the workbooks with the children, complete any unfinished work and practise the spellings. The spellings are:

truly, duly, wholly, publicly, fully, dryly, daily, slyly, shyly, coyly

believe, appear, often, group, breath, continue, arrive, women, height, describe

Please check that your child can spell these words and use them correctly in a sentence. There will be a spelling test on these words.

  • Published in Year 3

Y3 Homework Friday 18th May 2018

Measures Research
In Y3, we have been, or will be, looking at different measures in Maths. We would like the children to research the most interesting measurements they can find to share with the class. This could be the tallest person in the world, the person with the biggest feet or even the longest fingernails! The children may write down their findings as a poster if they would like to earn extra reward points.

Schofield and Sims
The children should complete one page of their Schofield and Sims book and return their book to school by Wednesday 23rd May. Please complete any corrections before beginning a new test to ensure any misconceptions have been addressed.

Reading
Please continue to read regularly with your child. Reward points will be given to children who record what they have read in their reading diaries. Please ask your child to tell you about what they have read. This will help to ensure your child can understand the text they are reading.

Spelling
During their morning work, the children have been looking at creating adverbs using the suffix –ly. In some instances the –ly suffix changes the spelling of the root word, e.g. happy becomes happily. However, the –ly suffix does not always change the spelling, e.g. kind becomes kindly, but the spelling of kind does not change.

Please look through the workbooks with the children, complete any unfinished work and practise the spellings. The spellings are:

kindly, quickly, safely, rudely, sweetly, strongly, bravely, secretly, finally, usually

happily, angrily, lazily, busily, greedily, messily, wearily, cheekily, clumsily

Please check that your child can spell these words and use them correctly in a sentence. There will be a spelling test on these words.

  • Published in Year 3
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