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Year 3 Mr Morris

 

 

Don't forget there are lots of other learning opportunities outside of school so why not add a comment to tell us what else you have been up to?

 

 

Homework  

Set: Friday 7th July

Due: Wednesday 12th July

 

 

This week...

MATHLETICS: We are pushing Mathletics as much as we can in Year 3 at the moment! The children are really benefitting from using it regularly. 

So, there are TEN more Mathletics activities to do. You don't have to have all these done by Wednesday though! Just do as much as you can.

If the children can't use the internet at home, they can complete their Mathletics at school in a break or a lunch time. 

SPELLING: Please practise the words from the Tudor and Electricity parts of the spelling mat. Use a dictionary to look up the meaning of any unfamiliar words. Make a note of these in your homework book.

Remember to use some of the ways we have made spellings memorable in class this week: 

  1. Making a rhyme/story out of the tricky parts
  2. Spelling pyramids
  3. Making tricky parts of the word 'sparkle'
  4. Use bubble letters
  5. Write each letter in a different colour 

READING: Don't forget to read at least 3x per week at home.

 

Please also practise learning your times tables: x3    x4     x8

 

 

Don't forget our end of Year 3 goals:

 

  • Learn our 4, 3 and 8 times tables.
  • Learn to tie your own shoe laces.
  • Tell the time to the nearest minute.

 

 

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Rachel Stead(less than a year ago)

What a lovely homework, however we hope you've set this for yourself as well and get chance to do lovely advent things with your own family and switch off from 'school' for a few moments. Seasons greetings and jolly holly.

kallum.t.w(about a year ago)

I loved planting the trees that I am going to do it at home

And for those wanting something a little creative to do...

http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/crafts