Please practice the spellings that were sent home on Friday. If you have done this, you may practice the words below that use the -ed suffix.
Can you think of any other words that have the -ed suffix?
I will be delivering a phonics lesson at 9.30. Please make sure your child has paper and a pen for the spellings part of the lesson.
Today we are continuing with telling the time and reading a clock with a focus on 'half-past'. The long hand (minute-hand) points to the 6 if it is half past compared to 12 at the oclock, it is half the full circle of an hour.
It would be really valuable if your child can practice reading a clock throughout the day - what time did we have our tea? etc.
Today we are going to be doing a grammar lesson focussing on the prefix -un. A prefix comes before a word and changes its meaning. When -un is added it makes the word mean the opposite, for example, if you put -un infront of zip it becomes unzip.
Below is a small workbooklet. Don't worry if you don't have a printer, you could write words with and without the -un prefix on pieces of paper and match them up e.g. well and unwell, kind and unkind, pack and unpack, fair and unfair. Once you have matched them up, I would like you to see if you could put a couple of words into sentences e.g. I went home from school because I felt unwell.
I would like you to have a go at drawing flowers from an artist perspective. If you have any flowers at home or in your garden you could draw them in real life, if not have look at the pictures and videos below. When you are drawing and shading in your flowers, make sure you think about the size of the petals, stem and leaves.