Welcome to Year 3
Next week in school is investigations week, so we will be doing a lot of investigation activities with the children.
Please continue to practise times tables at home, it is vital that your child knows the 2,3,4,5,8 and 10 times tables confidently.
Please go over previously learnt times tables so your child retains their knowledge and has a quick recall.
If your child is confident already, division practise is a good way of moving forward.
These are the correct spellings for this week, the ones on this week’s blog are incorrect!
Sorry for the confusion!
Here is the blog post for this week: 25.01.19
We will be starting to learn about myths! We can’t wait to see what the children produce.
We will be continuing our learning of time in numeracy, but with roman numerals. We will also start learning about horizontal, vertical and perpendicular lines.
We hope you have a good week!
Here is the blog post for this week: 18.01.19
We will be looking at addition and subtraction word problems and also telling the time. In literacy we will be continuing our learning on legends, the children have been enjoying reading them and retelling them in their own words.
We hope you have a great week!
11.1-Please click this link for this weeks home learning and spellings.
Next week in literacy we will be continuing our learning on legends, the children have been producing some fantastic learning.
Please practise the spellings via the link at the top of the page, it is really key towards the children’s learning.
In numeracy we will be telling the time and learning about equivalent fractions.
Have a wonderful weekend!
7.01– Please click this link for the home learning.
Welcome back and a very happy new year to you all!
We hope you had a wonderful Christmas, thank you so much for all of your kind words and gestures, they really do mean so much.
We are very excited for the term ahead and cannot wait to see all of the progress that the children make.
Please remember to read daily and practise spellings and times tables as much as possible! It really does make a difference to the children’s learning.
Have a fantastic week!