year 3 homework 3 due in: 5/10/16

In year 3 we have been learning about canals and locks. We will be going on trips next week to find out more.

We have also been learning about how to write explanation texts. We have looked at the water cycle.

In maths we have been practising adding and subtracting using the column method.

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: jusg (do a line of each letter then do 4 words with the letters in)

Writing:

1. What hobbies or interests do you have? 2. It could be football, dancing, reading, video games, cycling, drawing, playing music etc. 3. Pick your favourite hobby. 4. You are going to make a poster telling other people about this hobby. 5. Write the name of your hobby at the top.6 . You should include information boxes on your poster saying: • When you do it • Why you like it • How long you’ve been doing it • What equipment or things you need to do it 7. Around the boxes, draw pictures of you doing your hobby. 8. Decorate the poster.

Maths (please complete the Busy Ant sheet attached- the section below is extension. It is optional, but extra credit be given):

(Also please practice your child’s times table)
1. Take a medicine spoon. It should say 5ml on it! 2. Find your favourite mug or cup.

3. Estimate how many medicine spoons it will take to fill your cup.
4. Ask other people in or around your home to estimate – collect and record at least five guesses.

5. Now measure by counting how many 5ml spoonfuls it takes to fill the cup – you can use lentils or dried peas instead of water if you like!

6. Bring all your guesses and the correct number into class.

Spellings:

This week’s spelling pattern is: sh: ch

A: was, that, then had, with like, but,
B/ C: chef chalet machine brochure chaise cached parachute moustache different because however

Spellings should be practiced daily, please write them the homework book. Please also write them within sentences.

Thank you

Mr Evenden and Miss Patel

Year 3 homework 2 (due: 28/9/2016)

In Isaiah and Job we have been learning lots about the Regents Canal and how they were built. We also read the story of Rapunzel and innovated our own very interesting endings.

Please see class teacher if you need another maths sheet.

Year 3 Homework (AUT) – 21/9
N.B. reading books and reading record must be in school every single day. Homework starts, due in 28/9

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: fgry (do a line of each letter then do 4 words with the letters in)

Writing:

 

We have now finished writing all about Rapunzel in class; please write out the story in your neatest handwriting. Check the spellings of key words to ensure everything is right. Include these key parts, but like we have in class you can choose your own ending.

Eats Lettuce Gives up daughter Grows up in tower

Maths (please complete the Maths sheet attached- the section below is extension. It is optional, but extra credit will be given):

(Also please practice your child’s times table)

  1. Draw round your hand with your fingers outstretched so that you draw round each finger.
  2.  Use damp string, lay it along the outline.
  3.  Cut it to the exact length of the hand outline.
  4. Stretch out the string and measure it in centimetres using a ruler.
    5. How many centimetres long is it all the way around your hand?

6. Find someone in your home with very big hands or with very tiny hands and draw round their hands. 7. Use string to measure the length.8 . Bring your drawings and the strings back into school.
(please practise times tables by writing them in your book along with your number bond)

Spellings:
This week’s spelling pattern is: u: ou

A:by, day made, her, there, what, was she, is, for
B: young touch double trouble country young enough couple cousin
C: trouble country young enough couple cousin rough tough southern nourish courage

Spellings should be practiced daily, please write them the homework book. Please also write them within sentences.

Thank you

Mr Everden and Miss Patel

Year 3 homework 1 (Due 21/9/16)

In Isaiah and Job we have been learning about Roald Dahl this week. We have also bee learning to partition numbers in maths and the place value of a number.

Please see class teacher if you need another maths sheet.

Year 3 Homework (AUT1) 14/9 –

N.B. reading books and reading record must be in school every single day.

Homework starts, due in 21/9

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: cdag (do a line of each letter then do 4 words with the letters in)



Writing:

This week has been Roald Dahl’s birthday week. We looked at different Roald Dahl books within class. One very famous one was the BFG. He made people’s dreams. In your book use the words above. Tell me the ingredients needed, they can be as silly as you want. Then tell me the order to put the in. Ensure you do a neat correct lay out.

How to make a Royal Dream

Ingredients:

3 frog eyes

Two tears of a goat

Sleepy dust of the queen

Method:

First, place the sleepy dust of the Queen into a large clean glass bowl.

Next…



Maths (please complete the Maths sheet attached- the section below is extension. It is optional, but extra credit will be given):

(Also please practice your child’s times table)

Look at different tins and fox packaging in the kitchen. They will be either in grams, kilograms, millilitres and litres. Write them into your book on one line, then tell me how many ones, tens and hundreds of each amount. Name the item

 e.g. Milk = 340ml = 300ml+40ml

 As an extension can you add two amounts together?

 (Milk) 340ml+ (Squash) 450ml =



Spellings:

This week’s spelling pattern is: High Frequency Words from last year

A: walked, talked, walking, talking, make, made, making

B: felt, feel, hiked, hike, touched, touch, touching

C: squawked, squawk, kneel, knelt, soared, soaring

Spellings should be practiced daily, please write them the homework book. Please also write them within sentences.

 

Thank you

Mr Everden and Miss Patel