While you are waiting, try the reading activity from Oak Academy. Allow about 30 minutes.
Today's book is a traditional tale about Mulan. This is lesson 1 of 5. Find the lesson by clicking here.
Today, we are going to look at comparative and superlative adjectives and the story of Horace, Morris and Doris. If you want to look back at this story after the live lesson, you will find it on Active Learn - Hot, Hotter and Hottest. We are going to think about what happens to spelling patterns when we change adjectives into comparatives and superlatives plus look at some irregular comparatives and superlatives.
You are going to write your own Horace, Morris and Doris story using comparative and superlative adjectives. You could keep it simple and just write sets of sentences or you could build it up into a proper story. Try it for at least 4 different adjectives. See my example for the adjective hot below.
"My feet are hot!" said Morris. His feet were pink and glowing.
"My feet are hotter!" said Horace. His feet were red and sizzling.
"My feet are hottest!" said Doris and her feet burst into flames.
You can choose your own 4 adjectives or you can use ugly quick loud bad
Remember bad does not become badder or baddest!
Today's Maths lesson can be found in your text book and practice book.
Live lessons: Y4 at 10:30 and Y3 at 11:15 live online.
Join us to go through the text book section together then complete your practice book independently.
Y3 Unit 8 Lesson 10
Y4 Unit 9 Lesson 1
You will find the answers here and can mark them yourself then upload to purple mash if you are not sure about anything.
Today, we are moving onto the Geography part of our topic for this term and beginning to look at rainforests. Today, we are finding out where rainforests are located, watching a video and completing a mini fact sheet. Click here to link to our topic and choose step one.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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