For Grade Two/Three, homework goes home on Friday and is due back at school the following Wednesday. Hopefully, this set-up will allow each family to complete the homework as it best suits your schedule. The contents of your child’s homework packet will vary from week to week, but it will always contain the weekly list of spelling words which need to be practised in preparation for Friday morning’s test. There will also be activities which are meant to reinforce skills learned in other areas of the curriculum like Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies, Health, Technology and Art.
New concepts will not be introduced in homework, so if your child doesn’t seem to know what to do or is struggling to complete the homework, please let me know.
In addition to the weekly homework pack, all children should be reading for 20 minutes at home each night. Continual practice and reinforcement of reading strategies is the most powerful way to encourage your child’s progress as a reader.
Home Work - May 25th
Animal Projects- A reminder that the animal projects are due on May 30th. The homework for this week is to work on/prepare the animal projects to be presented to the class next week.
This week there will only be 10 spelling words on the Grade 3 test. For homework each of you are responsible to sit with a grown up in your home and talk about what each of the following words mean in simple terms). After your discussion please write in your own words what each of them mean.
1. right (a person's right- not the direction or meaning correct)