# Homework Grid Term 2

```St Serf’s Primary School
Primary 3/2 Homework Table
During the next seven weeks, children and their parents/guardians should agree on home learning tasks from the table below. A
minimum of 2 tasks per week are recommended, but children can choose to do more. Your child has this to do in addition to daily
reading and practicing their spelling words for the week by completing a writing task, revising words and re-writing words.
Stared Activities are activities that need to be done before the end of the block.
Each Thursday, children are asked to bring all evidence and completed tasks to school.
Can I also take this opportunity to remind your child that reading books should be brought to school daily.
PE will be every Monday and Thursday.
10,15,12,5,6,8,
7
and take away
sums can you
make?
Make up an acrostic
C
A
S
T
L
E
S
part from your
book. Why is it
part?
Write a short
being king/queen
for a day. What
would happen?
Create a blurb
that will
interest
someone to
Imagine that you
have a pen pal who
lives in a different
country. Write
them a letter
describing your
school, home etc.
Write a
spooky
acrostic
poem.
Draw different
pictures that
describe the
nativity.
Find interesting
Mary.
Create an
interesting
way to show
the odd and
even
numbers up
to 50.
The tailors
have run out
of time to
finish the
King’s robes.
Can you
help? Make
new robes
for the king.
Maths
worksheet
Go around
and look
for
objects
that have
symmetry.
Note down
what you
find.
With an
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play the
spelling
games.
Draw a
picture of
the night
sky that is
lit up with
fireworks.
Write out your
spelling words
in fancy
writing.
Practice
counting
backwards
from 50. Can
number and
you tell them
the number
before?
Write a short
story that
includes all of
words.
Story of 30.
Write all the
ways you can
find to make
30.
Eg 27+3=30
This week
help clean
every night.
Can you
create a coat
of arms for
Is it
symmetrical?
Draw your
very own
castle. Can
you label the
important
features of
Create a
colourful
way of
counting up
to 50 in
5’s.
Can you make a
festive
Christmas
poem?
Imagine that
one of Santa’s
reindeers has
gone missing.
Can you help
Santa by
creating
posters?
Maths
worksheet