Hello children, I hope you've all had a lovely week! The weather has been great so I hope you've all managed to get out and enjoy the sun.
I have been so impressed with all of your hard work and dedication to completing the tasks I've been setting you. It's been great reading the blog to see what you've been up to. Well done, I'm very proud of you all for trying your best! x
This week in English I would like you to continue our work based on Ottoline and the Yellow Cat. It will really help you to finish reading the whole story this week if you haven't already done so.
This week's grammar activity is about conjunctions. We have learnt about these lots of times before and have used them in our sentences in lots of different ways to improve our writing.
A conjunction is a word that connects clauses or sentences. Head over to Active Learn where I have allocated you a screen all about Conjunctions. Explore this page taking note of all the conjunctions you can find in the text. Next go to Linking Clauses in your allocations to see how different conjunctions can be used in sentences.
Your task is to write a variety of different sentences using conjunctions in different ways. Remember, you can even use some conjunctions at the beginning of a sentence to enhance your writing even more! Use the Ottoline and the Yellow Cat Sentence Starters sheet to help you.
Complete the activity sheet on Mr Munroe's Feelings on Active Learn or click here to access the document.
Year 3: This week's spelling words to practise and learn are, chemist, anchor, ache echo, chorus, orchid and bonus Year 3 tricky word is exercise.
Year 2: This week's spelling words to practise and learn are, fried, lied, shield, niece, piece and bonus Year 2 tricky word is everybody.
There are a range of books available in Bug Club on Active Learn that I have allocated for you. Please try to do a bit of reading each day. Feel free to email me on Purple Mash (2 Email) if you need more books allocating.
Please follow the White Rose maths lesson links. Choose Y2 or Y3 and continue from the last lesson you completed. There are 5 Maths lessons uploaded each week. This is the last week that the sheets are free to access.
Your parents have been sent a link to an ebook called Power Maths Summer Home Edition. There are 40 lessons in this book. Some of them recap learning we have covered already in Textbook A or B, others are new lessons. Work through in order doing 1-2 lessons a day to keep your maths skills ticking over. It is also available to buy on Parent Pay.
You can also head over to Active Learn where both year groups have been allocated an extra Maths Factor activity.
Year 2: Subtraction
Year 3: Column addition
Topic- What's Beneath Your Feet? - DINOSAURS!
Enjoy reading the many interesting facts in the this book and then choose your favourite dinosaur to create a fact file on. You will find the fact file below.
Just for fun- why not try the Dinosaur Quiz?
Please complete this weeks Science experiment about measuring hands and feet.
Please can you have a go at Lesson 1 on our Sound topic.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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