# Year 3 homework (due in 4 July 2016)

English:

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:

Writing:

Roses are red, Violets are blue …

1. Finish this Love message for someone you love (it can be someone in your family if you like)!
2. It has to rhyme, so make sure the last word rhymes with blue.
3. Draw a picture to go with it.
4. You can make up a different rhyme for a different person that you also love! Like:

Roses are red, some roses are pink, you mean the world to me, more than you’d ever think!

Maths:

1) There were 5 haunted houses on a street. Each house had 7 ghosts inside. How many ghosts altogether?

2) 4 spider webs were hanging in the attic. Each web had 11 spiders, how many spiders were there altogether?

3) Tesco ordered some pumpkins for Halloween. They arrived in 5 trucks. Each truck had 5 pumpkins inside. how many pumpkins did Tesco order?

4) 8 witches were cooking toads in 8 cauldrons. Each cauldron had 6 toads inside. How many toads did the witches have to buy from the pet shop?

5) 6 ghosts did a spooky scream every hour. How many screams were there after 4 hours?

6) In an old scary house there were 9 old cupboards. When they were opened there were 5 blood sucking bats in each cupboard! How many horrible bats were there?

7) On Halloween night 13 vampires flew into the village. If each vampire bit 3 people, how many people were bit altogether that night?

8) There were 7 spooky (and smelly) swamps. In each swamp lived 8 ugly swamp monsters. How many monsters in the swamp?

ANGLES:

colour in the angles of each picture, red for right angles, green for acute angles and blue for obtuse angles. (on the sheet provided)

Spellings:

A: merriment, beautiful, plentiful, laziness, happiness, emptiness, merciless, pitiless

B: ache anchor schedule arachnophobia mechanic hypochondriac chaos character choir Christmas

C: ache anchor schedule arachnophobia mechanic hypochondriac chaos character choir Christmas chemistry chemical chorus chemotherapy

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: k: ch (revision from AUT 1)

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

# OLSJ chalk art

In In Isaiah class we completed some chalk art. Look at some of the amazing shirk below.

# Year 3 homework (Due 27/06/16)

English:

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:

Writing:

Twinkle twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky

Lots of poets have had fun with this simple well-known rhyme and now it’s your turn!

1. Pick another animal or vehicle instead of the star and with your helper, have a go at thinking up a different first line, e.g. Chug chug chug old rusty tractor or Flutter flutter tiny bird.
2. Now have a go at the second line: ‘How I wonder’…. What do you wonder about your animal/thing? Can you make the second line rhyme with the first? Don’t worry if it doesn’t make much sense! That might make it quite funny!
3. The third line could describe WHERE it is (up above/down below/far away/in the field, etc) and the fourth line could describe what it is like (like a diamond, like a monster, like a fairy).
4. You might have lots of ideas. Talk about them with your helper and choose the best ideas to write down.

Maths:

Have a go at these in your books:

43+54=

54+65=

76+21=

54-23=

678+89=

453+54=

842+54=7

764-43=

556+12=

76-65=

ANGLES

Find 9 examples of right angles in your home and draw them in the boxes provided.

Spellings:

A: Sister, dinner, later, hammer, paper, over, under, number and river

B: chef chalet machine brochure chaise cached parachute moustache

C: chef chalet machine brochure chaise cached parachute moustache

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: sh: ch

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

# Year 3 homework (Due 20/06/16)

English:

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:

Writing:

1. Jumping jugglers jiggle joyfully with jelly in January, June and July!
2. This is a very silly sentence using the letter ‘j’ as the first sound of most of the words. Starting several words with the same sound is called ‘alliteration’.
3. Have a go at writing some other silly sentences like this but with different starting letters.

4. Write your favourite sentence out again carefully and neatly. Bring it into school to share with your

Maths:

Have a go at these:

1. I bought a bag for 25p and another for 16p. How much did it å to?
2. I have 12 red books and and 15 green books. How many books do I have?
3. There are 18 girls and 8 boys in the class. How many children are there?
4. There are 4 weeks left of this term, 6 in the next and 12 in the one afterwards. How many weeks are there altogether?
5. I buy 22 pens and 31 pencils. How many pens and pencils have I bought?
6. There are 15 red cars and 25 blue ones. How many cars are there?
7. If we have 9 tennis balls, 7 footballs and 11 rugby balls, how many balls do we have?

Spellings:

A: hurry, army, lorry, baby, lazy, pony, agree, coffee, toffee

B: collision confusion conclusion corrosion decision division erosion exclusion explosion

C: explosion extension inclusion intrusion invasion occasion persuasion repulsion revision supervision television transfusion

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: -sion

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

# Year 3 homework (13/06/16)

English:

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:

Writing:

What kind of food do you really dislike? Do your mum or dad insist on having it at home?

This activity is a once in a lifetime opportunity to persuade your Mum or Dad or carer to BAN one kind of food that you really dislike from your home (for a fortnight).

Remember though, you have to PERSUADE them, not just TELL them. Shouting ‘Right Mum, I HATE poached eggs and you are not allowed to make them anymore,’ isn’t very persuasive is it?

Can you explain in a nice way why you dislike that kind of food?

Can you think of other (healthy) food you DO like that your family could have instead?

Are there any other kinds of food you would try instead of the food you dislike?

Write a short letter to your parent or carer trying to persuade them to ban a certain type of food for a fortnight. Will you be able to persuade them?

Maths:

 runs off a plug does not run on a plug runs off a battery laptop mobile phone… doesn’t run on a battery fridge

How many pieces of electrical equipment have a plug?

How many run off batteries?

Which run off both (e.g. a laptop computer!)?

1. Work with a partner and brainstorm as many pieces of electrical equipment as you can think of!
2. Write each item (e.g. Playstations, mobile phones, fridges, etc.) in the appropriate place on the Carroll diagram below – a few are done for you!

(Hint: a mobile runs off a battery – the battery may need to be plugged in to be re-charged, but the mobile does not run off a plug!)

Spellings:

A: oval, dial, coral, equal, medal, metal, petal, royal, total

B/C: tremendous enormous jealous fabulous generous tempestuous scrupulous ominous

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: The suffix –ous Sometimes there is no obvious root word.

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