Homework 3/10/22 – 7/10/22

Hello Year 3!

Here is your homework for this week. Remember to submit your work on Seesaw once complete, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.

English: This week our spelling pattern is using suffixes –ment and –ness. The last three words are from Year3/4 spelling list. Some children have slightly different spelling homework. Their spellings have been handwritten by their teacher on their homework sheet.

  1. Practise your spellings for this week using look, cover, write, check. Practise each word 5 times and then put 5 of these words into sentences.

2. Practice your spellings on Spelling Shed (your username and password is stuck to your reading record).

3. Remember to read and record it in your reading record every night!  🙂

Maths: Times tables

Please continue to practise your target times table.

Remember, you have your times table rockstar’s username and password stuck in your Reading record Book!

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

Please remember, homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey & Mrs Shelton

Homework 26/9/22 – 30/9/22

Hello Year 3!

Here is your homework for this week. Remember to submit your work on Seesaw once complete, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.

English: This week we are again looking at homophones and near homophones. Some children have slightly different spelling homework. Their spellings have been handwritten by their teacher on their homework sheet.

  1. Practise your spellings for this week using look, cover, write, check. Practise each word 5 times and then put 5 of these words into sentences.

2. Practice your spellings on Spelling Shed (your username and password is stuck to your reading record).

3. Remember to read and record it in your reading record every night!  🙂

Maths: Times tables

Please continue to practise your target times table.

Remember, you have your times table rockstar’s username and password stuck in your Reading record Book!

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

Please remember, homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey & Mrs Shelton

Homework 19/9/22 – 23/9/22

Hello Year 3!

Here is your homework for this week. Remember to submit your work on Seesaw once complete, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.

English: This week we are looking at homophones. Some children have slightly different spelling homework. Their spellings have been handwritten by their teacher on their homework sheet.

  1. Practise your spellings for this week using look, cover, write, check. Practise each word 5 times and then put 5 of these words into sentences.

2. Remember to read and record it in your reading record every night!  🙂

Maths: Times tables

Please practise your target times table. Since it is the beginning of the academic year, the whole class will start on their 10 times table and will progress from there.

Remember, you have your times table rockstar’s username and password stuck in your Reading record Book!

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

Please remember, homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey & Mrs Shelton

Homework 12/9/22 – 16/9/22

Hello Year 3!

Here is your homework for this week. Remember to submit your work on Seesaw once complete, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.

English: This week we are looking at use of apostrophes for possession. The last three words are from year 3/4 spelling list. Some children may have slightly different spelling homework.

  1. Practise your spellings for this week using look, cover, write, check. Practise each word 5 times and then put 5 of these words into sentences.

2. Remember to read and record it in your reading record every night!  🙂

Maths: Times tables

Please practise your target times table. Since it is the beginning of the academic year, the whole class will start on their 10 times table and will progress from there.

Remember, you have your times table rockstar’s username and password stuck in your Reading record Book!

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

Please remember, homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey & Mrs Shelton

Homework 5/9/22 – 9/9/22

Hello Year 3!

Here is your homework for this week. Remember to submit your work on Seesaw once complete, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.

English: This week we are looking at use of apostrophes for contraction. Some children may have slightly different homework where the spellings are already written on children’s sheet by their teacher.

  1. Practise your spellings for this week using look, cover, write, check. Practise each word 5 times and then put 5 of these words into sentences.

2. Remember to read and record it in your reading record every night!  🙂

Maths: Times tables

Please practise your target times table. Since it is the beginning of the academic year, the whole class will start on their 10 times table and will progress from there.

Remember, you have your times table rockstar’s username and password stuck in your Reading record Book!

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

Please remember, homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey & Miss Shelton

Homework, Reading Records and Reading Books

Homework:

As we did last year, we will be uploading homework weekly on the blogs for you to access. In some circumstances, we will issues paper copies of homework to some children. In order for us to check the children’s homework, we have created individual Seesaw codes for the children, so they can scan their own code and take a photo of their homework to submit, and we will be able to see it in school. If you are unsure how how to use Seesaw, you can follow the steps below or watch the video:

To sign in with a Home Learning Code:

  1. Open the Seesaw class app.
  2. Tap “I’m a student”.
  3. Tap the blue “scan code” button and scan the Home Learning Code or type in your Home Learning Text Code. 

In year 3, we will be setting maths and English homework on a Friday and it will need to be completed by the following Friday morning. Your child’s work will then be checked by staff in school.

Reading Records and Reading Books:

Children are expected to read at home every night and their Reading Record bought to school daily so we can keep a log of who is reading at home for our Reader Leader award! When your child has read at home, the reading record can be filled in by the adult who has listened to them read or by the child themselves if they have read alone.

Children will choose books that are appropriate to their reading age, with guidance from staff in school, which will be sent home. They can also read books they have at home too. When they have finished reading a book from school, the child needs to bring it back to school so it can be returned and the child issued with another book.

A big warm welcome Year 3!

We hope you had a nice relaxing summer break!

This half term our topic is ‘TREMORS‘. We will be learning about volcanoes and earthquakes.

In science, we will be learning about the different kinds of rocks – igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic.

Our reading book this half term is The firework maker’s daughter by Philip Pullman.

Homework, Reading Records and Reading Books

Homework:

As we did last year, we will be uploading homework weekly on the blogs for you to access. In some circumstances, we will issues paper copies of homework to some children. In order for us to check the children’s homework, we have created individual Seesaw codes for the children, so they can scan their own code and take a photo of their homework to submit, and we will be able to see it in school. If you are unsure how how to use Seesaw, you can follow the steps below or watch the video:

To sign in with a Home Learning Code:

  1. Open the Seesaw class app.
  2. Tap “I’m a student”.
  3. Tap the blue “scan code” button and scan the Home Learning Code or type in your Home Learning Text Code. 

In year 4, we will be setting maths and English homework on a Friday and it will need to be completed by the following Friday morning. Your child’s work will then be checked by staff in school.

Reading Records and Reading Books:

Children are expected to read at home every night and their Reading Record bought to school daily so we can keep a log of who is reading at home for our Reader Leader award! When your child has read at home, the reading record can be filled in by the adult who has listened to them read or by the child themselves if they have read alone.

Children will choose books that are appropriate to their reading age, with guidance from staff in school, which will be sent home. They can also read books they have at home too. When they have finished reading a book from school, the child needs to bring it back to school so it can be returned and the child issued with another book.

Today’s remote learning – 19/7/22

Reading – 30 minutes of reading your own book. Try and find a cool, shady spot to do this.

English – Can you write a story based on this image? Can you use ambitious vocabulary to describe what you would see, hear, think or feel?

Here is a story starter, which you can use to continue the story if you wish:

Most visitors are a little shocked (to put it mildly) when they arrive at Animal Town. Despite the fact that the name of the town gives a slight indication to passers-by that the inhabitants of the town are ‘not normal’, it’s as if people don’t believe things until the see them with their own eyes!

Once you get used to being in Animal Town – or so they say – seeing an orangutan behind a desk in a sheriff’s office and upholding the law to an impeccably high standard becomes relatively ‘normal’…

Let’s say you are a visitor in Animal Town. Describe your experience.

Alternatively, you could be one of the residents…

Maths – Have a go at the mathletics sheet, attached underneath.

Answers:

Science:

In Science, we will be learning about the dangers of over exposure to sun and how we can protect our eyes. Click on the links below to learn how the light from the sun could be dangerous and what we could do to protect our eyes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1gpi9yUpmA

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/sun-safety-for-kids

Activity: Make a sun safety poster. An example is given below.