St Martins Academy Chester

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If your child does not understand anything encourage them to bring their homework to morning challenge where we can help them with the concepts. Their homework this week will support their Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar and Mental Maths skills.

Date Set: 29.11.18

Date Returned: 5.12.18

English:

KS1 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling page 20

or KS2 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling pages 12 and 13

Maths:

KS1 First Mental Arithmetic 2 page 8

KS1 First Mental Arithmetic 3 page 8

or KS2 Mental Arithmetic 1 page 9

Handwriting: Please encourage your child to practise their handwriting using their laminated sheet and in any writing they choose to do.

Spellings: Please practise these frequently and they will have their spelling quiz next Friday.

Reading: Please continue to read often with your child. If your child is a free reader, it is important they read a variety of text types and different authors – to continue to secure their enjoyment of reading. The children have access to a range of texts within our class library, which they are encouraged to use when changing their books. They are welcome to read a book from home within school.

Thank you for your continued support.

The Year 3 Team

If your child does not understand anything encourage them to bring their homework to morning challenge where we can help them with the concepts. Their homework this week will support their reading comprehension and problem solving skills.

Date set 22.11.18

Date Returned 28.11.18

English: Early comprehension 2 pages 6 and 7 or KS2 English Comprehension pages 10 and 11

Maths: KS1 Problem Solving 2 page 6 - how much or KS2 Problem Solving 1 page 8

Handwriting – Please encourage your child to practise their handwriting using their laminated sheet and in any writing they choose to do.

Please complete

Spellings – Please practise these frequently and they will have their spelling quiz next Friday.

Reading: Please continue to read often with your child. If your child is a free reader, it is important they read a variety of text types and different authors – to continue to secure their enjoyment of reading. The children have access to a range of texts within our class library, which they are encouraged to use when changing their books. They are welcome to read a book from home within school.

Thank you for your continued support.

The Year 3 Team

If your child does not understand anything encourage them to bring their homework to morning challenge where we can help them with the concepts. Their homework this week will support their comprehension skills in reading and problem solving multiples.

Date set 8.11.18

Date Returned 15.11.18

English: Early Comprehension 2 pages 10 and 11 or KS2 English Comprehension Year 3 pages 8 and 9 Bill’s New Frock

Maths: KS1 Problem Solving 2 or FS2 Problem Solving 1 page 6 Multiples

Handwriting:Please encourage your child to practise their handwriting using their laminated sheet and in any writing they choose to do.

Spellings: Please practise these frequently and they will have their spelling quiz on 17.11.18

Reading: Please continue to read often with your child. If your child is a free reader, it is important they read a variety of text types and different authors – to continue to secure their enjoyment of reading. The children have access to a range of texts within our class library, which they are encouraged to use when changing their books. They are welcome to read a book from home within school.

Thank you for your continued support.

The Year 3 Team

If your child does not understand anything encourage them to bring their homework to morning challenge where we can help them with the concepts. This week, the children’s homework is supporting their mental arithmetic skills, and knowledge of story settings.

Date Set: 18.10.18

Date Returned: 24.10.18

English: KS1 Early Comprehension 2 pages 8 and 9 or KS2 Year 3 Comprehension pages 6 and 7 Nature Trail

Maths: KS1 Problem Solving 2 page 5 or KS2 Problem Problem Solving 1 page 5

Handwriting: I have sent home this week a laminated sheet for handwriting practise and letter formation, all children need to practise. They may do all the letters or just a handful at a time. These are to be used continuously to support their cursive style and not to be handed back in.

Spellings: Please practise these frequently and they will have their spelling quiz the first Friday after half term due to the performance next Friday.

Reading: Please continue to read often with your child. If your child is a free reader, it is important they read a variety of text types and different authors – to continue to secure their enjoyment of reading. The children have access to a range of texts within our class library, which they are encouraged to use when changing their books. They are welcome to read a book from home within school.

Thank you for your continued support.

The Year 3 Team

If your child does not understand anything encourage them to bring their homework to morning challenge where we can help them with the concepts. This week, the children’s homework is supporting their mental arithmetic skills and knowledge of articles.

Date Returned 17.10.18

Next week the children will be designing and making their own didgeridoo. Please could you provide any kitchen roll inserts that would be brilliant. Thank you.

English

KS1 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling - Nouns Pages 2 and 3

KS2  English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Maths

Mental Arithmetic 2 page 5

Mental Arithmetic 3 page 5

Mental Arithmetic 1 page 5

Times Tables:  Please practise times tables your child is confident with (focusing on rapid recall) They will be having an ultimate times table quiz this week to see which ones we need to work on)

Handwriting: Please complete some of the letters on their laminated sheet and the joins sheet in their book bag.

Spellings: Please practise these frequently and they will have their spelling quiz next Friday (19.10.18)

Reading: Please continue to read often with your child. If your child is a free reader, it is important they read a variety of text types and different authors – to continue to secure their enjoyment of reading. The children have access to a range of texts within our class library, which they are encouraged to use when changing their books. They are welcome to read a book from home within school.

Thank you for your continued support.

The Year 3 Team

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