Year 3 homework due date 2nd May

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: poiuyt

 

Writing:

 

Research some facts about a rainforest.

Create your own poster to present it to the class.

Maths: (extension)

Work with a partner. Choose a times table (not 1, 2 or 10).

  1. Write out the times table, e.g. 1 x 3 = 3, 2 x 3 = 6, etc. 2. Say the first answer aloud, and write a rhyming word,

e.g. three, bee.

  1. Say the second answer and write a rhyming word, six, bricks.
  2. Keep going down the table, saying each answer and writing a rhyming word each time.
  3. Find someone in your family (not your partner) and show them the list of rhyming words.
  4. Can they guess the times table?
Bring your lists of rhyming words into school.

Can you guess this?

boo!

law

kicks

late

again

shelve

Spellings:

 

A: son, won, wolf, front, month, other, mother

B: misbehave misdeal misfire mishear mislead misplace misread misspell mistake

 

C: miscalculate misfortune misinform misinterpret misjudge mismanage misunderstand misinformed misinterpreted mismanaged

Easter Bonnet Parade

In Year 3 and 4 we had an Easter Bonnet Parade. There was a competition for the best hat, each class had one winner and there was an overall phase winner.

 

Congratulations to Emmanuel in Job class for his very inventive and interesting bonnet made out of an Angry Birds Baseball cap!

 

Year 3 Homework due date: 9th May 2017

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: rewqas

Writing:

Think about your 5 senses. What are they?

Imagine you were in the rainforest. How would you feel? See? Smell? Taste? Hear?

Write a sentence with each sense to describe a rainforest. Make them interesting!

Try to include prepositional phrases.

Example

As I walked thorough the forest, I could see the brown furry monkeys swinging from one canopy to another.

The colorful parrot landed on the branch and opened its bright blue wings.

Maths: extension

Can you create a cylinder that holds exactly one litre of dried beans, lentils, or rice?

  1. First measure one litre by tipping rice, lentils or beans into a measuring jug that has 1 litre marked on it, or else using three mugs – a mug is a third of a litre.
  2. Then use a sheet of paper and sellotape or glue to create a cylinder.
  3. Fill it and then adjust its height or diameter to make it so that it holds EXACTLY one litre of lentils, rice or beans.
  4. Bring your cylinder into school.

Spellings: write sentences for each spelling.

 

A: hip, shop, shed, shin, shell, fish

B: react redo renew reject reheat repeat rewrite

 

C: refill reform refresh refuse repay replace replay return reuse revisit

Year 3 Easter Homework

Easter Homework

Dear Parents of Year 3,

Next term our topic is Rainforests. We would like the children to make diorama about the rainforest. If possible please use a shoebox for this.

Please bring these in on Tuesday 25th April, the first Tuesday when we return. There will be prizes for the best ones.

In addition to this please can you ensure your children practise their times tables (2, 5, 10, 3 and 4). There will be tests when we return.

 

Have a brilliant Easter and we will see you after the break!

Thanks,

Mr Everden and Miss Patel