Primary 3 Homework – Week from 21st November
On Thursday a real archaeologist is coming to visit P3! Just round the corner from school is AOC Archaeology, and we are grateful to them for coming in to talk about their work and answer the children’s questions.
The class has also started some music with Mrs Callaghan, learning two songs for the Christmas concert.
In numeracy, this will be our last week on money (for now) as we try to cement good progress made on calculating change.
Thank you very much to everyone who sent in boxes for the children’s work on 3D shapes with Mrs Wallace.
Thank you also for all the Learnit practice that has clearly been taking place. Personal Bests are being shattered every week!
As we finish off our work on change, the two links from last time will both give valuable practice. Counting money in real life and giving exact change would also be helpful revision.
Pages from class books will be written down in the grids as usual. This will be our last week of non-fiction for a little while.
It’s been great to see some of the tombs being started and I can’t wait to see the finished creations on 5th December. Please let me know if you need any resources as I have been trying to stockpile cardboard that might be useful. The full details of this project have been posted online in case anyone needs another look.
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.