If you have any questions or would like to share what you have been learning please use the link below! I would love to hear from you all. I will do my very best to get back in contact with you as quickly as I can. You can also login to our Google Classroom with your own HWB login and contact me on our class page. https://classroom.google.com/
This week’s home learning tasks are:
Comprehension books (these were issued to all pupils this term as homework). Only complete the page for the book you’ve been given.
Early Comprehension 2 – page 8 (What's next?)
Early Comprehension 3 – page 8 (What does not belong?)
First Comprehension 1 – page 14-15 (Plop meets a boy scout)
Grammar books (these are newly issued)
Grammar book 2 – page 7 (Joining words: 'or')
Spelling books (previously used in class)
Group 4 - Spelling Book 2 – page 24 (Adding 'ful' and 'less')
Group 3 - Spelling Book 1 – page 30 (Spelling words starting with wh)
Groups 1 & 2 - Spelling Book 1 - page 7 (Words ending in ff, ll, ss, zz ck)
Handwriting Books (previously used in class)
Red Group – Page 26 (Unit 25 - Building on horizontal join to anticlockwise letters: ed, cc, eg, ic, ad, ug, dd, ag)
Blue Group – Page 13 (Unit 12 - Practising diagonal join to anticlockwise letters: igh)
Yellow Group – Page 5 (Unit 4 - Practising horizontal join to ascender: wh, oh)
Creative Writing Task - Your creative writing task this week is based on the poem ‘In the land of the Flibbertigibbets’. Read the poem or follow the internet link below for an audio version. Introduce yourself to the characters created. Have you heard of these characters before? Complete the word patterns sheet, which concentrates on alliteration.
Use the WAGOLL to help you write your own poem. I've underlined each of the characters, you can create your own crazy names.
I've highlighted the alliteration in yellow, you can change these for your own! Remember alliteration is where the words start with the same sound e.g. Jiggle & Jive.
I've also highlight some rhyming pairs in pink. Challenge yourself to change these to your own rhyming verbs.
See below for examples and a WAGOLL (what a good one looks like).
You can send your work back to the teachers by logging into Google Classrooms with your child's HWB login. .
As usual please continue to read at home with your child. BugClub reading books are available online and teachers can monitor usage and update when new books need issuing.
Can I just say a huge thank you to those pupils that have logged in! It has been wonderful to see how many of you are accessing this learning tool from home. These tasks are all allocated to pupils via BugClub
Abacus Maths Game: Marching Madness 2 (Skill: Add pairs of 2-digit numbers using partitioning (totals < 1000 / Add pairs of 2-digit numbers with a total ≤ 198)
Abacus Homework Task: Partitioning Practise, Amazing Answers, More than 100! (answer sheet also provided)
Abacus Problem Solving: Pyramids
Abacus Speaking & Listening Task: Addition & SubtractionOptional extras: