St Martins Academy Chester

'An Outstanding School' – Ofsted June 2015   Read the report here

Homework to be returned to school by 26th April 2017

Maths: KS2 Mental Arithmetic Introductory book page 20 or Mental Arithmetic 1 page 19

English: KS2 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling pages 24-25 Prepositions

Please click the following links and complete as many questions as you are able to.

3, 4, 8 x table

Capitalising headings

Spellings to be tested on Friday the 28th of April. 

Handwriting: Please encourage your child to complete their handwriting activity and use cursive letter formation when possible, including their written answers in homework.

Times tables –  Please practise times tables with your children, they must know there 3, 4 and 8 x table as a minimum but the more they learn the easier they will find problem solving. Times Tables Rock Stars is a great website/app for the children to learn from.

Reading: Listening to your child regularly is still a vital part of their learning journey as you can hear any misconceptions and provide lots of opportunities for comprehension by asking them about their reading, likes and dislikes, events, characters etc. Please encourage your child to read daily and complete this in their reading diary. Encourage your child to reflect on their reading and complete their book review in the free reading diary.

Please check the blog for an insight into your child’s week at school and to find out the secret word.

Thank you for your hard work, effort and continued support.

The Year 3 Team.

Homework to be returned to school by Wednesday 19th April 2017

Maths: KS2 Problem Solving 1 pages 22 and 23 TV Times

English: CGP KS2 English Spelling pages 16 and 17, word endings

Please click the following links and complete as many questions as you are able to.

Numbers to 1000

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-3/number-lines-up-to-1000

Capitalising proper nouns

https://uk.ixl.com/ela/year-3/capitalising-the-names-of-people-and-pets

Spellings to be tested on Friday the 21st April.

Handwriting: Please encourage your child to complete their handwriting activity and use cursive letter formation when possible, including their written answers in homework.

Times tables – http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Reading: Listening to your child regularly is still a vital part of their learning journey as you can hear any misconceptions and provide lots of opportunities for comprehension by asking them about their reading, likes and dislikes, events, characters etc. Please encourage your child to read daily and complete this in their reading diary. Encourage your child to reflect on their reading and complete their book review in the free reading diary.

Please check the blog for an insight into your child’s week at school and to find out the secret word.

Thank you for your hard work, effort and continued support.

The Year 3 Team.

Homework to be returned to school by Friday 31st of March 2017 (due to residential)

Maths: Mental Arithmetic Introductory book page 19 or Mental Arithmetic 1 page 18

English: CGP KS2 English Comprehension pages 10 and 11 or Schofield and Sims KS2 Comprehension 1 pages 32 and 33.

Please click the following links and complete as many questions as you are able to

Adding Fractions

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-3/add-fractions-with-like-denominators-using-number-lines

Contractions

https://uk.ixl.com/ela/year-3/use-pronoun-verb-contractions

Spellings to be tested on Friday the 25th March 2017.

Handwriting: Please encourage your child to complete their handwriting activity and use cursive letter formation when possible.

Times tables – http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Reading: Listening to your child regularly is still a vital part of their learning journey as you can hear any misconceptions and provide lots of opportunities for comprehension by asking them about their reading, likes and dislikes, events, characters etc. Please encourage your child to read daily and complete this in their reading diary. Encourage your child to reflect on their reading and complete their book review in the free reading diary.

Please check the blog for an insight into your child’s week at school and to find out the secret word.

Thank you for your hard work, effort and continued support.

The Year 3 Team.

Homework to be returned to school by Wednesday 23rd March 2017.

Maths: KS2 Problem Solving 1 Goals, Goals, Goals p26

English: KS2 English, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Conjunctions with subordinating clauses page 22 and 23.

Please click the following links and complete as many questions as you are able to.

True or False

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-3/multiplication-facts-for-3-4-8-true-or-false

Synonyms

https://uk.ixl.com/ela/year-3/find-synonyms-in-context

Spellings to be tested on Friday the 25th March 2017.

Handwriting: Please encourage your child to complete their handwriting activity and use cursive letter formation when possible.

Times tables – https://www.nationwideeducation.co.uk/www/flash/bso/bso-flash/index.html

Reading: Listening to your child regularly is still a vital part of their learning journey as you can hear any misconceptions and provide lots of opportunities for comprehension by asking them about their reading, likes and dislikes, events, characters etc. Please encourage your child to read daily and complete this in their reading diary. Encourage your child to reflect on their reading and complete their book review in the free reading diary.

Please check the blog for an insight into your child’s week at school and to find out the secret word.

Thank you for your hard work, effort and continued support.

The Year 3 Team.

Homework to be returned to school by 10th of March 2017.

Maths: KS2 Problem Solving 1 page 24 and 25 Rajeev’s party

English:  KS2  CGP Comprehension page 8 and 9 Bill’s New Frock or Schofield and Sims KS2 Comprehension 1 page 30 and 31 Rebecca

Greater and less than

Contractions

Spellings to be tested on Friday the 10th of March.

Handwriting: Please encourage your child to complete their handwriting activity and use cursive letter formation when possible.

Times tables – complete the times table wheels -  in your own time, these do not need to be handed back in.

Reading: Listening to your child regularly is still a vital part of their learning journey as you can hear any misconceptions and provide lots of opportunities for comprehension by asking them about their reading, likes and dislikes, events, characters etc. Please encourage your child to read daily and complete this in their reading diary. Encourage your child to reflect on their reading and complete their book review in the free reading diary.

Please check the blog for an insight into your child’s week at school and to find out the secret word.

Thank you for your hard work, effort and continued support.

The Year 3 Team.

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