P3/4 Term plans and this weeks homework

Springfield Primary School- teaching and learning calendar 2017-2018 Term 3 P3-4 and 4

Homework grid and wk 10 spelling

Hi All

Hope you had a lovely weekend! Please see links above to this term’s learning overview, home learning plans and this week’s spelling. Tomorrow, the children will bring a paper copy of their learning overview home. They will have the term’s homework grid pasted into the cover of their home learning jotter and their spelling words pasted into the last page.

Can you ask your child to select an activity from the home learning grid each week. They should choose one numeracy and one literacy activity and are free to choose any of the other activities.

They should continue to read their class reading books each night and a different set of spelling words will be given each week.

As there are only 3 numeracy and reading tasks on the home learning grid, other tasks will be given out to supplement. Therefore every week the children will have the following home learning:

  • Reading books
  • Spelling list
  • Literacy task in jotter or one from grid (priority is from grid and only one task required)
  • Numeracy task in in jotter or one from grid (priority is from grid and only one task required)
  • Personal choice of additional task (may be completed any week)

In addition to the spelling words I will be giving out the 100 most used words for children to practise regularly.

This week children should do their reading and spelling lists. For numeracy can they go on sumdog to practice grid references or if you have a battle ships game they can practise through play?

Please let me know if you need me to clarify any of this information. No homework needs to be done till tomorrow. If you would prefer to have time over the weekend to work on home learning it is fine to leave handing in till Monday. Please just let me know. Home learning jotters, reading records and reading books should be brought to school every day.

Kind Regards


Louise McAlpine


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