Year 3 homework (Due 6/06/16)

English:

Reading:

Read every day for at least 10 minutes. Please remember your child must have their book signed. Every fortnight children are expected to do a book review of a book they have been reading or have read, children can pick these up from the classroom and stick them into their homework books

Handwriting:

Please practice: ghjklz

Writing:

A prefix is a word which can go at the beginning of a longer word (e.g. ‘under’ goes at the beginning of ‘understand’).

This Prefix game can be played with 2-4 people. You need a box of Lego® bricks or a packet of uncooked pasta as counters.

  1. Cut out the cube shape on the page attached and stick it together with glue or sellotape so that it looks like a dice, with a prefix on each side.
  2. Take it in turns to roll the dice.
3. Read the prefix on the uppermost side of the dice. You have

to say a word with that prefix at the beginning of it.

  1. If you can, you pick up a piece of Lego®/piece of pasta. Players may NOT repeat a word someone else has said before.
  2. If you can’t think of a word, skip a go.
6. Keep going until a player gets six bricks/pieces of pasta.

They are the winner.

Maths:

  1. Each pair of sums has a number which has vanished into space!
  2. Help the Blob sort this out!
3. Work out the missing number in each pair of sums.
  3. Can you make up some more of your own ‘vanished into space’ sums! (Look at the worksheet provided for the sums )

Spellings:

A: put, pull, bull, full, push, bush, wolf

B/C: treasure pleasure enclosure composure closure disclosure enclosure leisure pressure exposure reassure

 

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: The ending sounding like /ʒə/ is always spelt –sure. -sure

Spelling group A’s spellings are to reinforce phonics patterns, any word in red does not follow the phonic rule.

 

Year 3 homework (due 23/05/16)

English:

Reading:

Read every day for at least 10 minutes. Please remember your child must have their book signed. Every fortnight children are expected to do a book review of a book they have been reading or have read, children can pick these up from the classroom and stick them into their homework books

Handwriting:

Please practice: qwpoeiu

Writing:

The film The Incredibles is about a family who are all Superheroes! Each person in the family has their own superpower (Dash is very fast, Mum is super stretchy etc).

What superpowers would you like to give everyone in your family?

  1. Talk to each person to see which superpower they would prefer. You could make them funny or unusual, e.g. ‘Dad – the Extraordinary Vacuuming Man!’.
  2. Write a sentence about each person, explaining what superpower you would give them and why you have chosen that for them.

I would make my Dad ‘Incredible Vacuuming Man’ because he does the hoovering in our house. His superpower would mean he could vacuum up all of the baddies and forces of evil in the world, even from really far away’.

Maths:

Work with a partner.

  1. Choose a number between 90 and 100. 2. Write it down.
  2. Your partner subtracts 9, and writes the answer under the first number.
  3. You subtract 9 from their number and write the answer underneath.
  4. Keep going like this till you reach a number less than 10. 6. Compare the bottom and top numbers.
7. Start again with a different number between 90 and 100. 8. Repeat this three times.
  5. Can you or your partner explain the pattern – why does it work?
  6. What happens if you start with a number between 190 and 200?

Spellings:

A: good, stood, wood, hood, could, would, should, blood flood

B: poisonous dangerous mountainous famous perilous luminous marvellous adventurous

 

C: marvellous adventurous nervous ridiculous miraculous mischievous carnivorous herbivorous omnivorous

 

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: The suffix –ous Sometimes the root word is obvious and the usual rules apply for adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters.

Spelling group A’s spellings are to reinforce phonics patterns, any word in red does not follow the phonic rule.

Year 3 homework (due date 16th May 2016)

Make sure you read night and get your reading records signed please!

Handwriting practice:

qwpoeiu

You should be following the handwriting policy we learn in class and implementing this in your homework book. Remember your ascending letters and descending letters.

Writing:

The film The Incredibles is about a family who are all superheroes! What superhero would you like to give each  super hero?

  1. Talk to each person to see which superhero they would prefer. You could make them funny or unusual, e.g. ‘Dad-the Extraordinary Vacumming Man!
  2. Write a sentence about each person.

Maths:

  1. Choose a number between 90 and 100
  2. write it down
  3. your partner subtract 9 and writes the answer under the first number.7
  4. you subtract 9 from their number and write the answer underneathe
  5. keep going like this till you reach a number less then 10.
  6. compare the bottom and top numbers
  7. start again with a different number
  8. repeat three times

learn your spelling for the week

A: good, stood, wood, hood, could, would, should, blood flood.

B; poisonous, dangerous, mountainous, famous, perilous, luminous, marvellous, adventurous

C: marvellous, adventurous, nervous, ridiculous, miraculous, mischievous, carnivorous, herbivorous, omnivorous

Science: The life cycle of a flowering plant.