Year 3 Homework

Weekly Overview

This page provides parents with an overview of what the children are learning about in Maths and Literacy as well as outlining their current homework.

If there are specific on-going issues with any aspects of your child’s homework, please contact their class teacher directly to discuss the matter further.

WEEK BEGINNING:  July 1st 2019



NUMERACY TOPIC:  Line and shape

Reading is fundamental. In fact, it is one of the most important ingredients to becoming all that you can be. Reading develops your brain, provides a window into the world around you and gives you a greater chance to succeed. 

Please support your child read by hearing them at least four times a week and completing their Reading Record. Thank you!

Maths Facts tested on:

Group 1Group 2Group 3
There are no maths facts this
week, but do continue to
complete Arithmetic Books.

Spelling tested on: June 27 2019

Group 1Group 2Group 3
There are no spellings to learn
this week. Please continue to
read at least 4 times a week
with your child.

We would like to invite the children to take part in a termly project which they should undertake in addition to their reading and learning their spellings and maths facts.

The children should choose a minimum of one task per section or more if they wish! 

Children will be awarded a certificate upon the completion of their project.

Be a writer!Be a Detective!Get creative!
Create an information booklet about the Tudors.Research how an objects shadow changes throughout the day using photos or drawings.Collage, draw or paint a picture of the Tudor rose
Write a story set in the Tudor times. Make an interesting poster about an invention and what it does. Make a light box or a pinhole camera.
Write an interview with an Inventor. What open ended questions would you ask? What would their answers be? Make a timeline of events that happened during the Tudor times. Make a new invention or improve one we already have!

Additional information on our learning this week

Thank you for all projects handed in. They have been fantastic.

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