I hope you are all well and happy. I enjoyed speaking to some of you on the phone yesterday and will be trying to call you all by the end of the week, so say hello if you'd like to!
Are you ready for another day of learning?
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Today I have found a long PDF story that has 3 different classic tales included in it. It is over 100 pages long so I will share the link each day. Note down where you get up to.
For our learning today we will be looking at vertical lines of symmetry.
A vertical line of symmetry is a line that goes down the centre of a shape and each side of the shape will be exactly the same, this is what makes it symmetrical. Take a look at the image below which shows you a vertical line of symmetry.
Have a go at finding shapes that have a vertical line of symmetry on your worksheet.
Today we are going to be making equal groups, you must remember to make equal groups by counting how many there are in each group and drawing a circle around them, then count the groups carefully. Each group must have the same amount to be equal.
Today we are going to look at ore, au (Paul the astronaut) and aw (yawn at dawn)
Look at these words where does the ore sound come in the word?
Look at these words where does the au sound come in the word?
Look at these words where does the aw sound come in the word?
Now have a go at this “aw” spelling game
https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-297.htm Click on the link, find the egg hunt game and click on it. You need to click the single player link and then you can start the game.
You have to click on the eggs to spell the words.
Now click on the document and practise your spelling.
I would like you to read the words then sort the words. When you have done that, I would like you to add the sound buttons to each word.
This week we are going to be looking at a spelling rule for when we add the suffixes er and est.
In short, one syllable words with a short vowel before a final consonant you have to double the final consonant. (Vowels are a, e, i, o, u Consonants are the other letters of the alphabet)
Sad is a one syllable word, a is a short vowel sound and there is the consonant d after it. So, to add er: we write sad – double the consonant – add er = sadder
Fit is a one syllable word, I is a short vowel sound and there is the consonant t after it. So, to add est: we write fit – double the consonant – add est = fittest
Watch and join in with the song to help you with this spelling rule.
Today we are going to find out about a heroine who lived a long time ago. A heroine is a woman who has done something brave or good. The person we are going to find out about is Grace Darling.
Grace Darling lived in the tiny Farne islands, off the coast of Northumberland.
I would like you to watch this to find out more about her.
When you have found out about her, try putting the key events of her life in order on a timeline.
Now you know more about her story I would like you to order the events of her famous rescue. You will need to look closely at the pictures.
When you have done that, I would like you to write a couple of sentences telling me why Grace Darling was significant. That means why Grace Darling is important.