Homework due Monday 18th March 2019

Hello students, parents and carers,

Please ensure that the following spellings are inserted in your reading diary this weekend. There will be a spelling test on Friday 22th March, 2019.

Homophone of the week: 

groan

grown

Year 3 spellings:

ordinary

particular

peculiar

Spelling rule words:

basically

frantically

dramatically

tragically

magically​

Optional Maths challenge
In maths, we have been learning about division.  Can you work out if these work problems could be solved by using division ? If not which operation would you use?

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Skeletons

Today, in science, we explored the importance of our skeletons in a practical experiment. We attempted to get a body to stand without a skeleton. We then thought about what makes a good skeleton. We discovered our bones, as humans, need to be made out of a strong and sturdy material. We also learnt that our skeleton, as humans, needs to be present across our body if it is to support our range of movement. We learnt skeletons are required for support, movement and protection.

Homework due Monday 11th March 2019

Hello students, parents and carers,

Please ensure that the following spellings are inserted in your reading diary this week. There will be a spelling test on Friday 15th March, 2019.

Homophone of the week:

  • Great
  • Grate

Year 3 Spellings:

  • Naughty
  • Often
  • Opposite

Spelling Rule Words:

  • Gently
  • Simply
  • Humbly
  • Nobly
  • Crumbly

Please practice your 3, 4 & 8 times tables this week as they will be used A LOT within the upcoming week.

Optional Maths challenge
In maths, we have been learning about multiplication and division.  Students have been introduced to the Grid Method with multiplication, and the Bus Stop Method with division. Please ask your child to share what they know about each of these mathematical operations.

Your challenge:

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Afterwards, show us the different fact families that you can create!