Watch the video to revise the split digraph from last week. Remember, the split digraphs are words with a_e, o_, e_e, i_e and u_e spellings. Make a split digraph poster using words and pictures from the video!
Tuesday 16th June 2020
Today we are learning about Plurals. Plural means more than 1 of something. Singular means 1. For example, 1 cat is singular, 2 cats or 10 cats or 7 cats are plural. Today we are learning how to make plurals by adding s or es to the end of a word. Watch the video for how to do this.
Now, read and complete the task! When you have finished, you can check your answers!
Listen to the story. Follow the words.Then answer the questions in your book. At the start of the story, where is Frog sitting? What does Frog like to do to keep fit? At the start of the story, why do you think Pup the Dog and Big Pig can't see? At the end of the story, why do you think Frog thinks he won't fall off the log? Do you think Frog is silly? Why?
Listen to the story and follow the words. Can you spot the plural words and split digraphs?
Thursday 18th June 2020
Yes/No Questions, Phase 3 EASY Click on the link. Read the questions. Click on Yes or No. (If there are words you don't know, look them up if you can). (Don't worry if you get things wrong!).
Word Pairs Game!Click on the link. Click on the arrows. Click on the cards to match words and pictures. Good luck!
Alien Escape Spelling Game!Click on the link. Click on the arrows. Drag the letters to spell the word in the picture. (To hear the word, click on the arrow next to each picture). Have fun!
Friday 19th June 2020
Today we are learning how to add 'ed' to the end of words to make the simple past tense.
We use the past tense when we speak about something that has already happened.
Watch the video and then look at the worksheet to practise writing in the past tense!
Fill in the gaps in the sentences using the past tense. Then check your answers!
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