Y3 HOMEWORK BOOKLET
The Primary National Curriculum. However, research shows that children who continue to read with an adult are more likely to have better comprehension skills and be readers as adults. In Year 2 we will continue to build on the phonics and spelling from Year 1, and carry on developing reading and comprehension skills. We expect homework to be handed in on time and appreciate your support in this. Spellings Year 3 Spellings Year 3.
At the end of the day, the Year 3 children will exit the classroom and walk around the path to the playground independently. Top Tips for Reading in Year 2. The newsletter outlines relevant information for that term. The money that we raised goes to Woodgreen Animal Shelter and W. Years 2 and 3 are crucial in the development of children as readers. On the last day before our half term holiday we had a ‘dress up day’ to raise money for our charity S.
An Introduction to the Ancient Maya. Autumn information Year 3 information booklet. Writing skills are focused on developing a good sentence, using the correct punctuation.
In Maths we have been looking at place value and what each digit in a number is worth. It is sometimes assumed that, once a child can read, they no longer benefit from reading with an adult. English in the National Curriculum — Spelling. We carried out a Mastery activity which involved us making some 2d shapes on a geoboard and then describing them using vocabulary such as: Mrs Mary Kimberley Thursday mornings and Fridays. Click here for more information.
At the end of the day, the Year 3 children will exit bookler classroom and walk around the path to the playground independently. We expect homework to be handed in on time and appreciate your support in this. This topic will be weaved through the curriculum subjects as we progress through the term.
English writing and reading skills will continue to be developed through our topic subjects.
Towards the end of the first half of the Spring term, we have been looking at geometry. Spellings Year 3 Spellings Year 3. Rocks, soils and fossils. It is especially important at this boklet to ensure that they have access to books which interest and excite them, as well as continue to develop their language skills.
New Chapter Primary – Homework Booklets
These are the times tables for multiples of 3, 4 and 8 and inverses. Many children of this age require support from home and school to ensure good book choices and we would value your support in this.
Therefore hojework would encourage sharing a book, and talking about the content, with your child for a short time most evenings. It also helps when parents ask to see the homework books on the days they are given out and remind the children when to put things back in their homeworrk bag.
We found an excellent game that we greatly enjoyed playing that you might enjoy playing at home – all you need is a dice. The newsletter outlines relevant information for that term.
Spring Homework Sheets
Please do speak to me should you have any questions or need further information. Our science focus is rocks and soils. Our religious education focus is Incarnation – Trinity.
Children are encouraged to bring any stones or small rocks to class which they find of interest. Top Tips for Reading in Year 2. Children usually make the most progress at school when they feel that the school and their families are working together. We have been looking at the work of different artists and have investigated mixing colours, printing with our fingers to create an impressionist style and creating swirls with brushes and fingers to create a Van Gogh style picture.
We are happy for you to help when you feel it is appropriate and thank all parents for their support in ensuring homework is completed to a good standard.
Welcome to Phase 2 – Year 2 & Year 3 – Lord Deramore’s Primary School
On the last day before our half term holiday we had a ‘dress up day’ homewrok raise money for our charity S. Please support your child if they are still learning organisational skills. In Year 2 we will continue to build on the phonics and spelling from Year 1, and carry on developing reading and comprehension skills.