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### Year 3 Homework

16.9.2014

Homework timetable

Times tables: What should they know and by when?

By the end of Year 3: 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10

By the end of Year 4: All times tables up to 12

Literacy & Maths

- Handed out every Friday and due back the following wednesday
- Literacy:
- Grammar / Vocabulary /writing
- Will always relate to skills and topics being studied within the classroom

- Maths:
- Times tables
- Reinforcing classroom learning
- Testing application of skills

- Each piece of Homework should take 20-30 minutes

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The big talk- Every Thursday the whole school takes part in the big write
- This is to Help raise attainment level in speaking, listening
and writing.

- The big talk is preparation for the big write
- If a child can’t say it a child can’t write it.

- a fun writing session that provides an opportunity for children to:
- experiment writing different genres
- have the time and the freedom to write
- Improve creativity and imagination
- Develop and experiment using new vocabulary and phrases
- Improve grammar skills

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The big talk

What Do you need to do?

- help your child explore ideas and talk through possible scenarios
- Talk about similar stories / films / days out /experiences they can use as stimulus
- Ask your children questions about their ideas to help them develop their ideas about their plot , settings and characters
- Children bring brief notes in to school to help them remember ideas or key words / phrases they want to use

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Reading

- Aim to read together 4 times per week
- Read lots of different books and authors to Enrich their imagination
- Ask questions about what they are reading:
- do you agree / disagree with the characters actions? Why?
- What other story have you read that are similar to this one? Why?
- What do you think is going to happen?

- Find New words and descriptive phrases to increase your child’s vocabulary
- Can they explain the meaning?

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