Year Three

We have shared the half termly homework here to support with home learning. 

Spellings are sent home weekly in the red Homework Folder.

 

Autumn 1 2020

 

Maths

In class, we are practising counting forwards and backwards in multiples of 2, 5 and 10.

 

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If you are unable to log on to TTS Rockstars for any reason then remember there are other ideas for practising multiplication and division facts on our school website and also in the maths information booklet which was sent home at the beginning of term.

 

Reading

Please ensure you read for at least 15 minutes, 4 times per week, and that your reading record is signed by an adult to show this has happened. Don’t forget to include the title of the book(s) you read and you (or your parents) should write a comment.

 

Spellings

You will be tested on your list of words on a Wednesday. You should practise your spellings everyday using the activities in the literacy booklet sent home or strategies from class. If you are confident that you can spell these words, then see if you can find 5 more words that follow the spelling pattern.

 

Long, Long Ago Topic Homework – half termly

Choose one from the following project ideas.  You can present this in anyway you like – e.g. it can handwritten or typed on the computer. No larger than A3 please. You may wish to include models, paintings or illustrations etc. We have shared and discussed examples and ideas in class to help you.  Please bring your topic home learning to school on Thursday 24th October.

 

1.       Stone Age recipe

Stone Age people could not pop to the shops for food. Everything they ate had to be caught or collected. Write your own recipe for a Stone Age meal using the sort of ingredients that would be available to them.

 

2.      Stone circle.

Design and make an ancient stone circle or a replica of Stonehenge. Be creative in the way you make your stone circle. Bring your creation – or a photograph of it – in to share. Please ensure that it is no larger than A3.

 

3.      Early homes

During the Stone Age, people lived in caves or simple shelters. If you had to live like this what would you like it to look like and what would be in it?

Be as creative and imaginative as you like but keep thinking prehistorically!

 

 

Parents and Carers

 

Please sign below when the reading, spelling and maths homework is completed. We will be checking homework has been completed every Wednesday.

If there are any concerns about the time spent on homework, please come and discuss this with your child’s class teacher.

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