Primary 3/2

Class Teacher:  Mrs Smithsimmons
Term 3 is going to be a very exciting and busy one!  We will begin with a mini topic all about Scotland and are looking forward to taking part in a school poetry competition and performing in the Scottish show at the beginning on February.  We will then be learning all about Pirates and Islands and plan on holding a drop- in time for parents, to find out what we have been learning and join in with some fun activities. We are also looking forward to learning a little bit of Spanish this term with Mrs Wyllie and hopefully by the end of term will be getting outdoors much more for some outdoor learning.

P2 Homework

* Spelling homework will consist of 3 spelling words on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night. Children should copy each word three times and then write one sentence using one of the spelling words. On a Thursday night pupils should revise words for their test on a Friday.
*There will a weekly Maths task to complete which will be given out on a Monday and due in by Thursday.
* Your child will have a reading book in school and will bring home a library book each week. Please try to read this to your child or support them in reading it themselves. Remember to ask them questions about the story.
* Remember to go over your child’s word wall each night along with their reading book.
* Occasionally the children may have topic related homework.

P3 Homework

* Spelling homework will consist of 9 spelling words given out on a Friday. Children should copy each word three times and write 3 sentences in the week. They should also complete the given active spelling activity. On a Thursday night pupils should revise words for their test on a Friday.
*There will a weekly Maths task to complete which will be given out on a Monday and due in by Thursday.
* Your child will have a reading book in school and will bring home a library book each week. Please try to read this to your child or support them in reading it themselves. Remember to ask them questions about the story.

As your child progresses with their reading you may wish to try some of the strategies to make reading even more fun and interesting.

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