Year 3/4 Homework

Reading Homework

It would be great if you could spare some time to listen to your child read regularly  and write a supportive comment every few days for them in their new reading record.  Encouraging children to read regularly helps them to develop an enjoyment of books and also helps them to improve their writing skills.

Spelling Homework

Below are the links to the spelling homework for the term.  Each week the children are given ten spellings to learn.

A spelling test will take place on a Friday on the indicated date.

Spellings Autumn Year 3

Spellings Autumn Year 4

High Frequency Words

Listed below are the first “High Frequency” words that children are expected to learn. There is also the list of statutory words that children are expected to know by the end of Year 4.

Times Tables

Times table practice should ideally be on-going throughout the year, with the children completing times table tasks regularly within school and practising at home. Year 3 should know 2, 5, 10, 3, 4 and 8 times tables, including division facts by the end of the year. Year 4 are expected to know all of the times table facts up to 12 X 12 by the end of the year.

Written Homework

A variety of reading comprehension, maths problems and topic related research or writing will be set on a weekly basis which should take around 20 minutes to complete. The written task will be given out on a Wednesday, and should be returned on the following Monday.

Homework Time

It is intended that the homework will take no more than 30-35 minutes to complete over the week and there will be no expectation for children to take longer than this, if they find it challenging.

Homework Books

Homework Books will be sent out on a Wednesday and will be collected in the following Monday. Children can return their Homework Books to the Homework Box at any point during the week!