Primary 3 Homework – Week from 9th January
Happy New Year! I hope you all had fun and restful holidays.
As well as getting straight back into maths and literacy, January is Scottish month at LPS. This will be our focus for the first few weeks of term before we move onto our next big topic.
We are beginning this term by thinking about probability.
To start with the children will be getting used words like “likely” and “unlikely”, and thinking about how we make these kinds of judgements about events in the future.
We will then move on to a more mathematical understanding of probability, thinking about tossing coins and rolling dice.
If you can talk about these ideas at home, that will help the children to become more familiar with the ideas and words.
We will also be starting up our Big Maths this week, with a new set of Learnits. Flashcards for these will be coming home so that children can practice for the weekly Beat That challenges. Remember that the aim of this is instant recall of these basic number facts. If children have to work out the answers that will not be fast enough.
Pages from class books to be read at home will be written down in the grids like last term. Occasionally I may write a question on these grids for you as a parent, asking for feedback about the reading.
Spelling words to practice this week are:
Please could everyone do the usual look, say cover, write and check (twice through the list) and then write sentences using as many of the words as possible.