Onthank Primary 3

P3 Homework Week Beginning 2.11.2020


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Happy Monday Primary 3!

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We hope you all had a lovely time celebrating Halloween with your family over the weekend. 

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This week we will be learning the phoneme ‘ew‘ in Primary 3. Some words that contain the phoneme ‘ew’ are:

flew   stew   grew   drew   few   new   crew   jewel

Here are a couple of videos to help you to practise the ew phoneme:

Click on the link below for a Mr Thorne video clip.



The Alphablocks also practise different ways of making the ‘ew’ sound.

Our common words for this week are:





For homework you could practise reading and spelling these common words and the words using this weeks ‘ew‘ phoneme from the list above. Remember that you can look out for this weeks phoneme and common words when you are reading too. 

Click on the link below to see some fun active spelling ideas that you could choose from. 

Active Spelling Strategies

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Remember that you can log into your Bug Club account and choose books to read. By clicking on the ‘bugs’ that appear on the pages you can practise your reading comprehension too. Don’t forget that you can go into your Bug Club Library to read books again. This is a good way of improving the fluency of your reading, as the story and tricky words will already be familiar to you.

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Check the Heinemann Active Maths link in Bug Club too as your teacher may have allocated you a maths game to practise learning that we have done in class.

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If you are struggling to log in to your Bug Club account then you could try accessing through the Google Chrome browser or ask your teacher/school for help. 

Happy Learning, 

Mrs Nelson and Team P3!



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