ball bawl break brake groan grown
Fair fare heel heal great grate
Berry bury hear here
Interview interfere interrupt interact internet
Intercom interval intercept interference interlock
Intermediate international interstellar intertwine intervene
subtitle, subdivide, subset, subway, anti-war,
antibacterial, substandard, subconscious, subscribe, antifreeze,
antisocial, antiseptic, anticlockwise, subheading, submarine.
Year 3 Teachers
there their where with which
Superpower superhuman supercar superwoman superhero
Supermarket superman superstar supersonic superstore
redo, return, replay, refill, rewrite
reason, really, ready, reach, read
replace, recycle, reappear, rebuild, reposition.
early, earth, eighth, eight, enough
decide, describe, different, difficult, disappear
exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, exciting
Games to help!
https://howtospell.co.uk/doubling-up-rule 1minute 40 seconds in
Part of our Art topic is to design and create a sculpture. Children are planning and sketching their ideas this week but will need materials to help them make their designs.
Could you please donate any recycling objects such as; empty cardboard cartons, boxes, tubes, paper plates, plastic cups.
Year 3 Teachers
There will be NO homework set for this week nor will there be over the Christmas Holidays.
There will be a spelling test on the first week back. This will be a consolidation of spellings covered over this half term. Please use the time off to revise spellings, especially revising the ones you didn't get the first time!
In Spring Term we will be learning about London, if you have time to go into London please highlight the following: Famous Landmarks; Underground and Overground maps; bus timetables and looking at architecture what is new build and what is old.
Enjoy the holidays!
Spellings for w/c 5/12/16, focused on contractions:
Please can you ask children to explain that he'll is a contraction for he will etc.
Here is a game to also help with their spellings;
easily horribly nicely safely shyly
elegantly delicately suspiciously frustratingly dangerously
accidentally purposefully purposely graciously stubbornly
epic beautiful clean clear clever
clumsy puzzled arrogant anxious adorable
bewildered outrageous obnoxious embarrassed mysterious
quietly loudly swiftly easily happily
silently purposely finally carefully correctly
cautiously enthusiastically anxiously accidently intentionally
Attached is all that is needed for the Autumn project. Please ask if anything is not clear.
Sheets will be given home on Friday.
Thank you and have a lovely half term!
touch, rough, tough, young, double,
trouble, couple, country, cousin, enough,
flourish, courage, nourish, southern, encouragement.
This week in Numeracy, we will be interpreting data. Our focus will be looking at bar charts and pictograms.
Here are games to help with your child's learning:
New spellings set on 26-09-16, focused on prefixes 'pre' and 're';
predict prefix rebuild recycle recall
prepare previous renew revisit rewind
prehistoric precaution rewrite replace reconsider
On Thursday 20th October Year 3 will experience 'Stone Age' day!
Mrs Warhurst is very excited to see children come in, dressed with 'Stone Age' hair; torn trousers; animal fur (faux); animal prints; sacks and boots!
This is half a day of dramatic adventure steeped in history, curiosity and wonder, as the children journey through 8,000 years of pre-historic Britain. This will be a wonderful, creative approach to exploration of this period in British history!
You will receive a letter in the coming week detailing what is entailed on the day! A voluntary cost of £6.70 will be needed for the day to go ahead, although all payments are voluntary.
New Spellings set on 19-09-16, focused on the prefix ‘un’:
unwell Unzip unable untie uneven
unpack unload untold unstable unlucky
unacceptable untangle unarmed unfolded untrained
In the following week we will be covering;
Interesting vocabulary (adjectives) in literacy
Addition using the formal written method (please refer to the maths policy) in Numeracy.
Tip: To support your child, read through a book and identify adjectives used to describe characters and settings.
Year 3 team
New Spellings set on 12-09-16, focused on high frequency words:
This week in maths we have been focusing on 'Place Value'.
The following website includes an introduction to place value, which can help with homework.
For the next 3 weeks in Literacy, we will be analysing Roald Dahl's style of writing in Mr Fox and BFG. So far the children have been very excited to find out what is going to happen next in Fantastic Mr Fox.
We would love to hear about other fun characters Roald Dahl has created, in his other books. Below is a list of recommended books for children to try and read at home:
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
James and the Giant Peach
Georges Marvellous Medicine
New Spellings set on 05-09-16, focused on the prefix 'un':
Un means not/take-away or a lack of such as unhappy means your not happy.
Games to help you practise spelling words with the prefix 'un'.
Welcome back 3D,
Looking forward to seeing you all Monday morning and excited to hear about your summer!
Your summer project was to create your very own 'Dream Jar', inspired by one of the greatest authors Roald Dahl and his very current book 'The BFG'. Many of you suggested to use glass/plastic jars to create a 3D Dream Jar, so very excited to see those too.
We've attached a copy of 'The Dream Jar' and look forward to seeing your individual dreams by Friday 9th September.
To all Parents,
Indoor P.E will be on Mondays and outdoor Thursdays. Spellings will be given out every Monday, this week we will recap year 2 spellings before handing out their first set of year 3 spellings. Homework will be handed out each Friday and handed back in by Tuesdays. Expectations on presentation and key information is in both maths and literacy homework books. Also included is an example of cursive writing stuck into the back of literacy homework books.
Look forward to meeting with you on Monday 12th September, 7pm.
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