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Year Three have been studying ‘Our Community’ this term and will continue to do so after the holiday. Part of our study will be to discover where our food comes from.  In preparation for this, we are setting a homework project to be completed over the half term holiday. The title of the project is:
 Where does our food come from?
You could choose to bake or find out where  the ingredients for your favourite meal originate from. We have designed this to be as open ended as possible in the hope that the children will respond creatively to the task. We look forward to seeing your creations!
The Year 3 Team

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Maths Homework Term 2 Week 1

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Maths Homework Term 2 Week 2

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Maths Homework Term 2 Week 3

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Maths Homework Term 2 Week 4

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Maths Homework Term 2 Week 5

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Maths Homework Term 2 Week 6

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Maths Homework Term 2 ANSWERS

Week 1: To be marked by parents as some many variables are possible. ​Week 2: Postcard + lolly + ice cream = £1.35 Postc...

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