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Homework is for all children and consolidates the learning that children have covered in class each week. Homework tasks can be completed in homework books. Their homework books will also contain their mathletics logins.

Weekly homework will consist of:

  • Spellings
  • Maths task
  • Quiz of the Week

Children can practise their spellings, complete the Maths task and answer the quiz questions in the homework book. The answers will be posted the following week so that parents and children can self-assess their answers at home. Please remember not to return the homework books to school.

If you would like to contact the Year 3 team please email us at:

We will reply as soon as possible.

 Homework books will be sent out and should not return to school at all. 


Year 3 Homework                                                                            14.12.20



Reading records will be sent home on Monday (14.12.20), please do not return them before the end of term.

You can read your own books at home or library books and sign these books into your reading records too.

Please remind your adult to ask you questions about the text you have read or retell the story you have read. Use a dictionary to find the meaning of new words too.

If you do not return your reading record and book on Friday, please wait until the following Friday to hand in, due to current guidelines.

You can also read online on Epic using the link below and your class code. Enjoy!

  • 3 Aspen: ybb6282
  • 3 Birch: aqh1875
  • 3 Cedar: ebp3297
  • 3 Chestnut: ptx8070

We understand that there is a problem regarding access hours for this.


Every Friday, a homework sheet will be given by your Maths’ teacher (linked to the learning of the week), this is to be handed in the following Friday to your class teacher.



Your login is in your homework book. Please complete work set online by your class teacher. See if you can earn a Mathletics certificate!

Link for Mathletics:


Times Tables Rockstars

Your login was sent home with your reading record before half-term. Please complete 10 studio games to calculate a speed and your rock status!          

In Year 2 you were expected to recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables.

This half-term, we will be learning to recall multiplication and division facts for the 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables. So please start learning these too!

Please use Times Tables Rockstars at home.

Link for TTR:



Spellings    -


L.O. To understand how words ending in –y change when the suffix –er and –est is added

         Rule:  For words ending in –y, change the y to i and add –er or –est





Quiz of the Week

1. List all of the different poetic features we learnt last week.


2. Add a word in front of snowman to use alliteration.

                  _____________ snowman

3. Use a simile to describe a Christmas tree or a winter object.

4. How many minutes are in one hour?

5. How many hours are in one day?

6. Write the correct time on the clocks below

7. Draw the hands on the clocks below.



9. Count how many star jumps you can complete in 2 minutes.

10. We have completed our Geography learning on the USA. List 5 facts you have learnt this half term.



Answers from last week's quiz

1. Can you think of three features of a postcard?

In a postcard, you should include the following:

An address

A greeting

An introduction

A conclusion

A sign off

2. What type of language would you using in a postcard? Formal or informal? Explain why?

You would use informal language as you would be sending your card to a friend or family member.

3. Practise your times tables and division facts using Times Tables Rockstars to see what Rock status you can achieve.

Well done, keep practising and working hard!

4. Ayaan collected 465 marbles and John collected 259 marbles. How many do they have together?

They have 724 marbles together.

5. Josie has £316 and wants to buy a new TV. The TV costs £408, how much does Josie still need to collect.

Josie still needs £92 to buy a new TV.

6. Ben solves the calculation 757 – 482 in his book. Ben thinks that the answer is 335. Is he right? Explain your opinion.

Ben is not correct. In the tens column, he subtracted 5 from 8 when he should have exchanged a hundred for 10 tens. The correct answer is 275.

7. What is a fossil?

A fossil is the preserved remains or traces of animals, shells or plants from the past that have been trapped within rocks.

8. Can you draw the steps of how a dinosaur becomes a fossil?

Good job, i'm sure your drawings were magnificent.

9. Research an American State and write down 3 facts. Think about the capital city, landmarks and fun activities.

Answers will vary.

e.g. Florida - Capital city: Tallahassee.

Fun activities: visit Disney World, LEGO Land, Kennedy Space centre etc.

Landmark: Coral Castle - It was constructed by one man, sourcing and carving tons of coral-formed limestone by himself. Exactly how it was built remains a mystery to this day.

10. In RE, we learned about the advent candle and write ways that we can be helpful. Can you think of another way that you can be helpful to those around you?

Answers will vary. I'm sure you came up with wonderful ways to be kind and helpful.