Homework In Class 3

Children in Class 3 are expected to learn and practise their spellings and the times tables that they are working on every week. For children who have learnt all their times tables, they are expected to revise them and know the corresponding division facts.
We also expect children to read 3 or more times a week and record this in their planners. Children can use their Reading Eggs online account to do there reading as long as this is recorded in their planners. The children have their Reading Eggs login details in the back of their planners.
Each child also has an Doodlemaths account and the children have also stuck their login details in the back of their books. Children have new questions that they can answer everyday and they can collect stars if they answer them correctly. These can be spent in different ways on the website.
Each week there will also be another piece of homework set, which may relate to Maths or English work. This homework is expected to be completed.
Any relevant homework can be found on this page.
Subtract a 1-digit number from a 3-digit number.

If possible, please look through the powerpoint presentation to help to answer the questions. Children can complete either 1, 2 or 3 parts of the homework.
Children need to work out which word or words are the adverb or adverbial in the sentence. They then need to rewrite the sentence, putting the adverb or adverbial at the front.
Add 3-digit and 1-digit numbers, crossing 10s.
The children need to choose one of the three sheets for homework this week. Either deep, deeper or deepest. The activities get harder from sheet 1 to sheet 3.
Book Review
This week for homework, please can you choose a book that you have read recently or are reading at the moment. It would be best to choose one that you enjoyed, but it could be a book that you didn't really like.
Please fill in the Book Review as honestly as you can. Remember to use the questions to help you with your answers.

Homework 5.11.19

This week for homework I would like to give the children an opportunity to focus on some of our online resources.

The children now have access to Reading Eggs, Doodle Maths and Purple Mash. They should have their account details in their planners. I know that many of you use these most weeks anyway, especially as Reading Eggs counts towards your reading each week. Please could the children aim to spend at least an extra 30 minutes on one of these resources between now and next Tuesday.

This also gives those children who haven’t completed previous ‘homeworks’ the opportunity to do these and bring them in. I will need to start keeping children in at breaks and lunchtimes to do any homework that they don’t bring in. It is up to the children to bring any homework home that they are given, but each homework is also on the website, under the Class 3 tab.




This week - Roman Numerals.
There are 3 levels of question and answer sheets and a problem solving sheet. Sheet 1 has less complicated questions, whereas Sheet 3 has the most complicated questions.
Children can choose which activity they would prefer to do.
If your child finds Roman Numerals difficult, please let me know on the sheet.

This week, the children have some homework where they are using pronouns to replace nouns in sentences. As an extension, you could give your child some sentences and see if they can identify the pronouns in each sentence.