Homework in Y3

Homework will be sent out every Friday and due back in every Thursday morning. There will be one piece of Literacy (spelling or grammar based) and one piece of maths.

Alongside this, each term (September, January and April time) there will be a piece of project work set and will be due back in at the end of that half term (October, February and May)

Children will be expected to read often at home and have at least one comment in their diary each week.

Please support your child at home.

If you need additional homework sheets or need some advice please contact me via Dojo. The link is attached below.

I have also attached a list of spellings we will be learning in our lessons and will also be part of the homework!

Thank you for your continued support!

Spellings for Y3

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Year 3 homework

Welcome to year 3!

Homework

Homework will be handed out every Monday consisting of one piece of maths work and one piece of literacy work. This will be expected to be completed and handed in by the Friday of every week.

Every term the children will also be given a project type homework linked to their topic work.

Reading

We also expect children to read at least three times per week at home and for an adult to sign their reading diary. This will be checked weekly and the children will be given raffle tickets for how many times they’ve read for the chance to win prizes at the end of every half term, so please help them!

Thankyou,

Miss Evans and Miss Roberts

Y3 HOMEWORK

Each week, homework will be set on a Monday and will be due back in on the Friday.

Homework this term will be alternated – one week MyMaths, the following a Literacy based task. Please check the children’s contact books for more information.

Children will also be required to read at least once and have their reading diary signed appropriately (by an adult/older sibling). Reading diaries should be in school every day.

Unit spellings can be found on the spelling section of our class page should you wish to go over them at home but there is no set requirement to.