Year 3 Mr Morris
Welcome to Year 3!
Please check this page for weekly homework tasks.
Our PE days are Mondays and Thursdays - children will need outdoor kits for both of these sessions.
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.
Here is our Spelling Mat for Autumn 2nd half term. Maths words have been added from this half term!
We will be learning these spellings and rules over the next half term and children will be set homework tasks linked to their Spelling Mat.
Homework: Friday 24th November
Due date: Wednesday 29th November
This week's homework is a PRACTISE homework. We have started the 33 Club this week and your child has a target time to complete it in. Please practise this for homework this week to help improve your time, and reach your target for Bronze!
Homework: Friday 10th November
Due date: Wednesday 15th November
This week's homework is a RESEARCH homework. We have been learning about bones in school this week. Find out about:
- The scientific names of some of our bones. We have learnt about the femur and stapes. Can you learn any more, and find out where they are?
- Our joints: Where are they? How do they work?
Present your research as a poster. You could make a model of a skeleton to help you show your learning. Produce some homework to be really proud of. It would be great to display as many as possible!
Practise the first six words from the Curriculum Words section of the spelling mat. Can you use some memorable ways to learn them?
Homework: Friday 3rd November
Due date: Wednesday 8th November
For this week's homework, you have Mathletics tasks. Go to www.mathletics.com and login as you do at school (username and password in your reading record). Complete the tasks that are set for you, then you can play on the live games.
Homework: Friday 13th October
Due date: Wednesday 18th October
For this week's homework, please practise these spellings from the Spelling Mat. Some of the children are now using really useful ways of making spellings memorable.
Some examples are:
Writing the words with your non writing hand
Colouring sparkly bits around the words
Writing the words or tricky bits in bubble writing
Making up a little story about the letters in the tricky bits, e.g. 'are you going home tonight' for a-u-g-h-t
The possibilities are endless!
This week's words:
Children will also be able to show you how they have been making the tricky parts of words memorable - have a go at this in homework books!
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This weeks homework has been a joy to do!!!!!
I love maths & I can tie my shoe laces &i love football.
And for those wanting something a little creative to do...