Thursday 18th June 2020
Think back to what we learned last week about PLURALS. (If you can't remember, look back at last week's learning for Week Beginning June 8th 2020).
Remember, plural means more than one.
To show we have more than 1, we add an s or es to the end of the word. For example, 1 cat, 10 cats and 1 lunch, 3 lunches.
Remember we add es if the word ends in ch sh o zz x ss. Otherwise just add s!
(Sometimes we have to add ies to the end of the word - 1 city, 2 cities. Sometimes we have to change an f to v and then add or s or es. For example, 1 knife, 2 knives. In the game below, don't worry if you get the answers where you have to add ies or ves wrong. You will do more work on this later).
Now try the game below!
Friday 19th June 2020
Today we are practising using the possessive apostrophe when something belongs to 1 person or object. This is called the Possessive Apostrophe Singular. Click on the learning. Read and complete the task. Then, check your answers!