Year 3

Homework 15.11.19

Friday 15th November Your Spelling Rule This week’s words are all homophones. A homophone is a word that sounds like another word, but has a different spelling and meaning. Your Spelling Words brake break grate great eight ate weight wait son sun (All children are to learn the spellings above…

Homework 8.11.19

Friday 8th November Homework Update: We believe learning at home is an essential part of a good education. Regular homework is important as it gives your child the opportunity to practice at home the learning covered in class, and helps them work towards improving important skills. It also helps your…

Homework 18.10.19

Friday 18th October 2019 Your Spelling Rule In accordance with the school’s spelling policy, a ‘Secret 5’ spelling test will take place on the last week of each half-term. You will be tested on 5 random spellings taken from the last five spellings tests, so please re-familiarise yourselves with all…

Homework 4.10.19

Friday 4th October 2019 Your Spelling Rule This week’s words all use an apostrophe for contraction. An apostrophe is a punctuation mark used in contractions to replace missing letters. The contraction “we’ll” stands for “we will,” with the apostrophe replacing “wi.”. Your Spelling Words He doesn’t like chocolate cake very…

Homework 27.9.19

Friday 27th September 2019 Your Spelling Rule This week’s words have the prefix –dis in front of them. Remember –dis means not. Eg. Dislike means you don’t like something. Your Spelling Words The magician made the rabbit disappear. Try not to displease your teacher! ‘I disagree,’ the boy shouted. You…

Homework 20.9.19

Friday 20th September 2019 Your Spelling Rule This week’s words have the prefix –un in front of them. Remember –un means not. Eg. Unlucky means not lucky. Your Spelling Words The football team had an unlucky result. ‘Untie your apron and tidy up,’ the teacher said. He had to unfold…

Homework 13.9.19

Friday 13th September 2019 Your Spelling Rule This week’s words have the suffix –ed on the end of them. To help you, here are some spelling rules to follow: A short vowel sound in the root word indicates a doubling of the consonant eg. chatted Verbs ending in ‘e’ have…