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E P Collier

Primary School and Nursery

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Year 3 EH

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Important information

PE

PE will take place on Tuesday and Friday. Please make sure your child has the correct PE kit; shorts or jogging bottoms, grey / black, white polo shirt or plain white t-shirt, trainers or pumps. 

 

Reading

Children are required to read everyday at home, whether it be from a book / magazine / newpaper if entirely up to yourself and the child. It is preferably to read with an adult and have their reading book changed at least once a week with their reading record signed.

 

Library

A visit to the school library will be on Tuesday. Children will be able to choose books to take home to read and change them on the following Tuesday afternoon.

 

Spelling

Spelling will be given on Monday.  This will involve children researching words with similar spelling patterns.  A test will be conducted on Friday. Ten basic words with the spelling pattern will be chosen.

 

Thank you for your support

 

Miss Harling

Week Six Spelling

 

This week we have been practicing ten words from the year 3/4 statutory spelling list. 

 

Children should practice the following words: 

  • Breath
  • Breathe
  • Complete
  • Heart
  • Material 
  • Minute
  • Naughty
  • Often
  • Woman
  • Women

 

Week Five Spellings: 

 

This week we are looking at the prefixes Sub- and Tele- 

 

Some examples include: 

  • Submarine
  • Subway
  • Telegraph
  • Television 

 

Children should research the pattern at home. A list of the ten simplest words will be tested on Friday

Week Five Spellings 

 

This week we are investigating changing words using the suffixes  -ness and -ful 

 E.g. 

Kind ---> Kindness 

Fair ---> Fairness 

Pain ---> Painful

Success ---> Successful 

 

REMEMBER: 

DO NOT drop the 'e'

Hope ---> Hopeful 

 

If the word ends with 'y' change to an 'i'.

e.g. 

Beauty ---> Beautiful 

Week Four Spelling:

 

This week we are investigating the /g/ sound spelt ‘-gue’ and the /k/ sound spelt ‘-que’ 

 

Some examples include: 

  • tongue 
  • cheque
  • league
  • antique 
  • unique 

 

 

Children should investigate the spelling pattern at home to ensure they are prepared for the test on Friday. 

Week Three Spellings: 

 

This week we will be practicing spellings from the National Curriculum year 3/4 spelling list.

We will be looking at the following words: 

 

  • answer 
  • circle 
  • early 
  • February (remember the capital letter!)
  • fruit
  • history
  • library
  • natural 
  • quarter 
  • sentence

 

Children should practice the spelling words through creating relevant sentences or word pyramids

e.g:

f

fr

fru

frui

fruit

Week Two Spelling:

 

This week we are looking at the /ɪ/ sound spelt ‘y’

 

Some examples: 

  • gym
  • myth
  • pyramid
  • mystery
  • Egypt

Term 2, Week 1. Spelling. 

 

This week we are looking at the prefix's Mis- and Re- 

 

Some examples are: 

  • Misbehaving 
  • Remix
  • Replace
  • Misplace 
  • Replay
  • Misunderstood  

 

REMEMBER:

Mis- has only one s. NOT Miss Understood! (its a word not a teacher!)

Recommended Reading List- Year 3/4

Helpful links to support Maths and English

 

http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/maths.htm 

 

http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/english/english.htm

 

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/

 

http://www.theschoolrun.com/what-your-child-learns-year-3-maths-english-and-science 

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Times Tables

Children should try to practice their times tables from 1 all the way through to 12, as often as they can. 

Spellings

The curriculum spelling list for year 3 and 4

The curriculum spelling list for year 3 and 4 1
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