Homework for Thursday 19th November 2020 Spellings are from the list below

gently

simply

humbly

nobly

possibly

terribly

horribly

comfortably

incredibly

probably

Our math homework is word problems related to our times tables 

                 

 

We have also been looking at the possessive apostrophe.

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The website below may help your child with the possessive apostrophe work. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zx9ydxs

 

 

 

Homework for Thursday 12th November

Spellings are from this list

happily

angrily

lazily

easily

busily

greedily

messily

wearily

cheekily

clumsily

Literacy homework – reading comprehension

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Our times tables work 

4×4=

10×4=

7×4=

2×4=

9×4=

11×4=

0x4=

5×4=

3×4=

12×4=

6×4=

8×4=

1×4=

Extra maths questions are :

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Please continue to read books from The Oxford Owl website. I haven’t sent any book names out this week because some of the ones I was sending were removed from the site when parents tried to find them. Please try to read the colour level we sent home as well as choosing some just for fun. Please read as much as you can and ask your child about the books they have read. 

The school also continue to have logins for the fantastic maths website: www.10ticks.com this is a great resources for practising fluency and developing confidence in Maths. Class teachers set individualised Maths homework for each pupil to keep the level appropriate and challenging.

Each child will be given an individual log in to access the website. Follow this process to log in:

  1. Select ‘School User’

 

2. For the school name type st. a and St. Anne’s should be the only option. Ensure there is a space between the . and the a.

3. Log in using the pupil’s individual log in code.

Please email any photographs of your child’s topic work to year3@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.ukWe look forward to seeing their work.

Thank you for your continued hard work, the photographs we have already received are brilliant 

Mrs Corcoran and Mrs Di Rosa