Homework: Thursday 29th September

  • Continue to learn your times table for next Monday
  • Read part/all of your reading book. Remember to ask a grown up to ask you some challenging questions about the part you’ve read and then sign your log. If you have a non-fiction book, you may need to ask your adult some questions too if there are sections that you don’t understand.
  • Complete the puzzle sheet. Colour in the multiples of the times table you are working on. Use just one colour. Keep your work really neat as it will be stuck in your maths book when you return it to school. Please make sure your finished activity is in school on Wednesday morning at the latest. Note to parents: Numbers may go above the 10th multiple.
  • Use our class blog either by using http://welcometoclass3.primaryblogger.co.uk or access it via the school website and let me know when you have finished your puzzle. Remember to use the class gmail email (not one that belongs to a grown up). You must also leave your comment under the banner for this week’s homework (not on ‘Ask Mrs Callaghan’
  • Spellings –: see separate sheet. (Spelling tests are usually on a Wednesday but occasionally not until a Thursday.)
 
September 30th, 2016
Weekly homework

42 Responses to “Homework: Thursday 29th September”

  1. Harry y4 at home says:

    I have finished my picture. It was a mouse.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      So glad you got your comment through onto the blog at last. Thank you.

        

  2. ROSIE says:

    I have done my puzzle. I got a mouse

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Great to hear from you. I’m delighted that you managed to get your comment on the right page and with the correct email address. It should be much easier to send messages now that you have set this up once.

        

  3. hollie says:

    I have done my home work and learnt my spellings

      

  4. Joshua at home says:

    I have done my homework. My picture was a robot. It was fun.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed it. Remember next time you add a message to the blog to get someone at home to check your punctuation and spelling before you send it. We’ve edited this in school but it means your comment has taken longer to appear on the blog.

        

  5. Harrison says:

    I have done my homework. It was a squirrel.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Harrison, it’s great to hear from you but please get someone at home to check your comments before you send them. We have edited this together and it makes sense now but I’m sure you wouldn’t want the ‘world’ to be able to see basic spelling and punctuation errors in the comments you send.

        

  6. Louise says:

    I did my puzzle and I got a squirrel.

      

  7. Neve at home says:

    I have done my homework

      

  8. Jude says:

    I thought it was very fun to do. While I was doing it I worked out the shape.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      I’m looking forward to seeing your finished piece of work. I’m glad you enjoyed completing it.

        

  9. Emily says:

    I’ve done my puzzle homework.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Thank you for letting me know. Bring it in to school on Monday and we can get it stuck into your maths book.

        

  10. Yvard At Home says:

    My picture was a mouse

      

  11. Yvard At Home says:

    I’ve finished my homework

      

  12. Isaac says:

    I’ve done my homework and what I coloured in was a mouse

      

  13. Marco says:

    I have done my home work.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      I’m looking forward to seeing the finished result. Don’t forget to bring it in on Monday.

        

  14. Cameron at home says:

    I’ve finally finished my homework and I know what the picture is

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      I’m looking forward to seeing your finished work Cameron.

        

  15. Olivia says:

    I’ve done my homework and it was a mouse

      

  16. Harry yr3 says:

    Sorry my mum and dad distracted me from doing my homework. I coloured in some 5s by mistake. The picture was a mouse.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Oh no, poor you. I’m glad you could still work out what the picture should be. Let’s see if we can rectify the situation before you stick it in your maths book.

        

  17. Elliott at Home says:

    I finished my puzzle sheet its a frog

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      I’m so pleased you managed to use the class email address and add your comment to the correct post Elliott. Well done.

        

  18. Freya at daddy's house says:

    I have finished the puzzle and I really liked doing it.

      

  19. Ianthe at home says:

    I have finished the puzzle and I got a squirrel.

      

  20. Joseph at home says:

    I have finished my homework and I know what the picture was on the puzzle .

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Well done Joe. I’m looking forward to seeing your work when you bring it in.

        

  21. Lottie says:

    I have done my homework about the puzzel and I really enjoyed it!

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Wow, another early bird. Glad you enjoyed it.

        

  22. Benjamin says:

    Hello Mrs Callaghan I have done my puzzel work.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      My word, you’ve been busy even before you got to school! I’m impressed.

        

  23. Jai at grannys says:

    I’ve finished my homework and thought it was a squirrel. I really enjoyed it.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      Goodness me, you were hot on your brother’s heels this week. Well done

        

  24. Ravi at grannys says:

    I have done my homework and it was a fish.

      

  25. Daisy at home says:

    I thought it was something else at first but then I found out that it was a train. I coloured mine in red. I’m sorry it was a bit messy but my pencil crayon went blunt.

      

    • mrscallaghan says:

      You were almost as fast as a train yourself in completing this work! Well done. I think you’ve got away with the blunt pencil – it still looks very neat. Next time you leave a comment do check your spelling with someone at home, unless you want people to point out your errors. I don’t want to have to do this for you each week.

        

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