PLAYSCRIPTS HOMEWORK Y3

Our free eBooks are a great way to do this! Street Child by Berlie Doherty 3. Information retrieval — non-fiction You will probably notice your child beginning to use column addition and subtraction of three-digit numbers this year, as well as learning about multiplication and division, and using — and applying — their times-tables knowledge. Read with Oxford is a range of carefully levelled books to help children learn to read, and love to read — from their first steps in phonics all the way through to being independent readers. Biography and autobiography Y4 Y5 Writing composition.

Charlotte’s Web by E. You can support your child at home by helping them to learn their all-important weekly spellings — these are usually tested once a week. See our browser support page for more information. Synonyms and antonyms It is still important to listen to your child read regularly.

A long way down! Read with Oxford is a range homewoek carefully levelled books to help children learn to read, and love to read — from their first steps in phonics all the way through to being independent readers.

We use cookies to deliver functionality and provide you with a better service. By continuing to browse our site you playsscripts agreeing to our use of cookies. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens 1. How can I help my child in Year 3? Your child will learn about life processes, rocks, light, forces and magnets, and animals including humans.

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Books by Michael Morpurgo Conjunctions and connectives Information retrieval — non-fiction Take a look at our tips to help with spelling homework. Please try again later. Y3 Y4 Y5 Writing composition.

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Prefixes and suffixes The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster 1. The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame 1. Developing writing skills In writing, schools focus on creativity and writing styles; himework at settings, language style and character within their writing. Books by Jeremy Strong 1. Stories which raise issues and dilemmas 3. Playscrkpts focus on spelling In English, your child will continue to work on the spelling patterns they have begun in previous years, but this year there is less of a focus on phonics and more emphasis on understanding and learning the spelling rules, as well as attention to prefixes and suffixes.

Charlotte’s Web by E. Gods and Warriors series by Michelle Paver 1. Grandpa Chatterji by Jamila Gavin 1.

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Books by Roald Dahl Y4 Y5 U3 composition. Books by Roddy Doyle 1. Please log in or join us to access our resources. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness 1. Allowing your child to correct you helps them to see why certain punctuation changes the way we read aloud. In writing, schools focus on creativity and writing styles; looking at settings, language style and character within their writing. Diary of a Wimpy Kid series homewoek Jeff Kinney 5.

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Books by Dick King Smith 4. Practise weekly spellings You can support your child at home by helping them to learn their all-important weekly spellings — these are usually tested once a week.

What will my child do in Year 3? Books by Terry Pratchett 1. Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens 1.

Mathematics in Year 3 has more of a times-tables focus.