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Homework is given out on a Friday and to be returned the following Wednesday.

Spellings will be given out and stuck into homework diaries. The children will be tested on the spellings the following Thursday.

Spelling Shed will have games on that cover these words too.

 

Each week please complete the following:

  • Your homework task.
  • 5 games on Spelling Shed.
  • 10 minutes on Times Tables Rock Stars per week. 
  • Lexia target minutes per week (see target minutes when you log on).
  • Please read at least three times a week and record in your homework diary.

 

LOG IN DETAILS FOR TIMES TABLES ROCK STARS WILL BE GIVEN OUT 1st OCTOBER

Homework 21.1.22

For your homework this week we would like you to create a tiger in celebration of Chinese New Year on Tuesday 1st February.

Tony Martin, the manager of The Square in Sale and one of our School Governors has asked for artworks of tigers which may be used as part of a tiger trail around The Square.

You may use any media and style you like: pencils, pens, paint, create a collage, etc…

Hand in by Wednesday 26th January

Mental Maths Mayhem!                                                                

Friday 14th January

 

This week’s homework is revision of a number of the Year 3 targets. There are 3 challenges, Base, Ascent and Summit. Please just choose one, answer the questions in your homework book and please do not print the sheet out.

Please see the document below for the questions and instructions.

Friday 7th January

 

Your homework this week is to complete the task on prefixes. Please follow the instructions in the document below. There is a base, ascent and summit task. Only choose one task to complete. 

 

 

 

Friday 10th December

 

Christmas Homework 

 

Year 3 Christmas Craft Week is next week. Unfortunately, making a party hat has not been included. If you would like to wear a party hat for your Christmas party on Tuesday 14th December your OPTIONAL homework is to create a hat for the event.

If you wish to do this, please bring your hat to school on Tuesday morning.

Friday 3rd December

 

History Homework.

 

The Stone Age was a period of prehistoric time that spans more than 3 million years, ending with the transition to the Bronze Age around 6,000 years ago.

Our Stone Age ancestors achieved a number of major developments - key inventions that helped humans survive in a harsh world.

Your homework this week is to find out about some of the main inventions from the Stone Age.

Draw a labelled diagram of the invention and describe what it does.

Here are some ideas:

Stone/ wooden clubs

Sewing

Art (cave paintings)

Music (the first musical instruments)

Bows and arrows

Pigments (for body decoration)

Shelters (the first buildings)

 

 

Please note; the wheel was not invented during the Stone Age.

 

Fancy a Challenge?

Draw and write about more than one invention.

Friday 26th November

 

 

This week's homework is to create a Christmas themed piece of art to  enter the  Slater Heelis art competition.

Please see the document below for full details and some examples.

Enjoy being creative!

                                                                                                                     

 

                                                                                                                       

Friday 19th November

 

As this week is Anti-bullying Week, we would like you to design an anti-bullying poster for homework that we can display in the classroom.

Please use the link below for some ideas. The theme this year is 'One Kind Word'.

 

We would like to see:

  • Bold lettering
  • Bright colours
  • Pictures
  • A clear message/advice

 

https://anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/anti-bullying-week-2021-one-kind-word

 

 

Friday 12th November 2021

 

For your homework this week we would like you to find a short poem that you like and learn it off by heart so you can recite it in front of the class.

You can have it written down as a prompt but the challenge is to learn it ‘off by heart’.

Friday 5th November 2021

The focus this week is different types of words, something we reinforce regularly in school. For your homework, create lists of different of words as directed on the sheet below.

Please write your answers directly into your Homework Book. There is no need to print the sheet. We are trying to use less paper. Please chose either base or ascent activity.

Thank-you

 

Friday 22nd October

After half term we will be starting our new Science unit, please find all the details for your task on the document below. As usual, please complete your work in your homework book and avoid printing the sheet out. 

Have a fun and relaxing half term break everyone!

Friday 15th October 2021

The focus this week is on using speech marks (inverted commas) for direct speech correctly. For your homework, have a go at the direct speech task.

Please write your answers directly into your Homework Book. There is no need to print the sheet. We are trying to use less paper.

There is a Base and Ascent activity. Please only do one activity in your book - not both.

Friday 8th October 2021

The focus this week is on using contractions correctly. For your homework, have a go at the contractions.

Please write your answers directly into your Homework Book. There is no need to print the sheet. We are trying to use less paper.

 

Due in Wednesday 13th October

Friday 1st October 2021.

The focus this week is on using capital letters and full stops correctly.  For your homework, you have a choice of either the base, ascent or summit task.  Please only choose one.  If you do more than one, it will not be marked by your teacher.

Please write your answers in your Homework Book.

 

Due in Wednesday 6th October 2021.

Choose either the base, ascent or summit task.

Friday 24th September 2021:

 

(Each child has their Spelling Shed log in details stuck in the front or back of their Homework Diary and they have been shown how to log on to Spelling Shed).

 

TASC Homework- The History of Manchester

 

Your task is to find out four detailed facts about the history of Manchester; record them in your homework book and draw a picture of your choice relating to them.

 

Remember to:

  • Start every sentence with a capital letter.
  • End every sentence with a full stop.
  • Check your sentences make sense.

 

 

Friday 17th September

 

 

  1. Homework for this week is to complete the front cover of your Manchester book. Please see the instructions below.

  2. If you are in Mrs Affleck's Lexia group then please have a go at logging on and completing some activities. A letter has been sent home about this. 

  3. Please read at least 3 times a week and record in your homework diary.

 

 

Please note, there isn't any spelling or times tables rock star homework for this week. 

 

If you have any questions you can either put a note in the homework diary or email the year group email which is year3@springfieldprimary.net

 

 

 

17/9/21 TASC Homework - Manchester

 

In year 3 we have just started to learn about our city – Manchester.  Over the next half term, you will be creating a book, in school, which contains everything you have learned.

For your homework this week, you have been given a piece of paper on which you will create the front page cover for your Manchester book.

Your cover needs to include:

  • The word ‘ Manchester’
  • Drawings or photos of items related to Manchester
  • Colour
  • Your name

Be as creative as you like!

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