There is a link to the homework grid and key skills above.
Alongside their weekly reading, DLG, spelling and times table homework they will be expected to complete at least 3 pieces of extended research work linked to our history project on The Stone Age.
The spellings and times table homework will usually be sent home on a Friday.
Spellings will be sent via parent mail each week and the children will be given a times table to practise in their yellow homework book.
The Homework Sheets are also in Microsoft® Word format which means that you can customise them to suit the literacy curriculum in your own school.
(A site licence is included in the price.)Fifty Homework Activity Sheets – 30 to support the development of essential literacy skills and 20 to support the teaching and learning of phonics.Miss Garrill will check and mark spelling and times table practise in the yellow homework books.Home Learning Projects Children will be receiving information about their homework research project during the first week of each half term. If your child is in Year 3 please familiarise yourself with this page as it will let you know the various activities the class are currently involved in.Note that this page doesn't replace the school newsletters - those can be accessed be finding out about and exploring the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age periods.We will look at what made these periods in history special exploring the discoveries and inventions.We will look at what cave men were really like and discover what it would have been like to live in those times.Also includes parental guidance sheets and spelling sheets, especially for Year 2 pupils.Forty-six Homework Activity Sheets – 40 to support the development of essential literacy skills and six that can be used generically.They will learn that humans and some animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and In Literacy during the first half term we will be reading the story of 'Stone Age Boy'.We will complete a range of writing activities linked to the themes of the story and also be developing our skills of writing imaginative setting and character descriptions.