P3 Homework

The boys and girl are working very hard in class this week on assessments. Therefore, there will be no formal homework.

Children can go onto sumdog and also think about their Truly Terrific project. Reading will be heard in class when possible but we won’t send any reading home. Please keep reading your own books at home!

 

Miss Prior and Mrs Roy 🙂

P3 and P4 Book Scavenger Hunt 2016

Primary 3 and 4 took part in a World Book Day scavenger hunt this morning. They had to work with a partner and look for clues in books. They worked so hard in their pairs and were totally engaged with reading and cooperation! Well done to both classes! Take a look at our photos and see their amazing efforts!

P3 Homework W/B 29.02.16

Spelling

1.Write words out 3 times using look ,say, cover, write, check. (Friday)

2. Spelling Activity card in homework jotter to complete.(Friday)

Spelling WB 29th

Maths

  1. Worksheet (for Friday, will be handed out on Tuesday)
  2. Continue using sumdog.

Reading

Reading homework will be on reading cards. Miss Prior has changed to using cards because the folders and paper are getting tatty. Please pop cards inside reading books as it will protect them a little.

 

Any questions please ask.

Mrs Roy and Miss Prior : )

Primary 3 homework for week commencing 22/2/16

Spelling homework for Friday

1. Write spelling words 3 times each in columns using look, say, cover, write check.

2.  Choose 3 spelling words and write a sentence using each.  Try to also use a ‘Wow’ word in your sentence. Remember ‘Wow’ words are words that make your writing more interesting.

.Spelling words for Week beginning 22

Maths Homework for Friday

Maths worksheet has been handed out.

Truly Terrific Project

Everyone will be given the Truly Terrific Project instructions home with them on Thursday. Please check your child’s time on the rota to see when their slot will be.

Truly Terrific

 

P3 had some special visitors!

Last Monday P3 had some special visitors!

As part of the Human Body topic we have been looking at senses, one of which is sight. We have been thinking about what it would be like to not have our sight.

Pat, Dennis and their guide dog Todd came to visit us. They told us all about what it is like to be blind and how they live a very normal life with the help of Todd and some other nifty technology.

We also looked at some braille and we also learnt that you should only clap a guide dog if you ask the owner and it has it’s harness off.

Thank you Pat, Dennis and Todd!

Primary 3 Homework (Week beginning 08.02.16)

Spelling Homework for Friday

  1. Write words out 3 times each in columns using look, say ,cover, write and check.

spelling 8th Feb

There is no other additional spelling task. However, it would be great if pupils could start thinking about ‘truly terrific’. Children should know about this but more details will follow shortly.

Maths Worksheets for Friday

Children should all have received their individual sumdog password home. If you could keep this safe that would be great. Over the next week and during the February break it would be good for children to explore sumdog, getting used to how to use it. As well as being fun Sumdog should enhance maths skills!

Reading

Reading homework will be on reading records. Please sign to say children have read. Children should be reading 20 minutes every night. This should be their reading homework plus other reading for enjoyment.

Reading homework in P3 will now be only verbal, no written tasks. Children who have key words should be practising at home regularly.

 

 

Primary 3 Homework Week beginning 25/01/16

Spelling Homework for Friday

Write your spelling words in 3 columns, using look, say, cover, write, check.

Spelling Words for week beginning 25th January

Scottish Week Homework for Thursday

All the children were given 4 Scottish poems to bring home on Friday.  They were asked to pick one and learn it so they can recite it on Thursday.

Reading

There will be no written activities to go with reading this week, just the reading please!