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Woodlea Junior School

Year 3

Woodlea Junior School

Year 3 homework

Date given: 15/06/21

Date due:  21/06/21

Maths:

Please complete 10 games on Garage band TTRockstars.

English:

Please complete your tasks on spelling shed. Homophones task has been set for both groups.

Times tables:

Times tables are the cornerstone of many maths ideas, children must know their times tables and related division facts for all tables up to x2 ,x3, x4, x5, x10 and x8.

Reading:

Children must read at least 4 times per week. Please record your progress in your reading record. Please complete 3 lessons on reading plus per week and record the percentage achieved in your reading record. (These can count towards your 4 reads per week)

Woodlea Junior School

Year 3 homework

Date given: 24/05/21

Date due:  9/06/21

Maths:

Please complete 10 games on Garage band TTRockstars.

English:

Please complete your tasks on spelling shed. Miss Wilson’s group (homophones). Mrs Younis’ group grapheme ar words.

Times tables:

Times tables are the cornerstone of many maths ideas, children must know their times tables and related division facts for all tables up to x2 ,x3, x4, x5, x10 and x8.

Reading:

Children must read at least 4 times per week. Please record your progress in your reading record. Please complete 3 lessons on reading plus per week and record the percentage achieved in your reading record. (These can count towards your 4 reads per week)

Woodlea Junior School

Year 3 homework

Date given: 18/05/21

Date due:  24/05/21

Maths:

Please complete 10 games on Garage band TTRockstars.

English:

Please complete your tasks on spelling shed. Miss Wilson’s group the –ed suffix. Mrs Younis’ group grapheme or words.

Times tables:

Times tables are the cornerstone of many maths ideas, children must know their times tables and related division facts for all tables up to x2 ,x3, x4, x5, x10 and x8.

Reading:

Children must read at least 4 times per week. Please record your progress in your reading record. Please complete 3 lessons on reading plus per week and record the percentage achieved in your reading record. (These can count towards your 4 reads per week)

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