This week I would like you to practice these spellings. Remember the handwriting letters we have been practicing!
Miss Mowles' Spelling Challenge:
I would love it if you could find a creative way to practice your spellings. You could use them in silly sentences, write them in rainbow colours, draw a scribble then fill each section with the different spellings, etc. What ways can you come up with? Don't forget to send me a picture if you try my challenge!
A plural is more than one of something. To make a plural, most of the time we just add the suffix ‘s’ to the end of the word.
For example, you might have 1 dog, but if you have 2, we say 2 dogs.
I have attached a sheet with some plural activities on. Some questions ask you to turn words into a plural, some ask you to find the words in a sentence which should be a plural. Please follow the instructions written at the top of the page.
You do not have to print this sheet, you could write the date in your English book, the question number in the margin, and your answers to that question next to the question number.
Maths – Repeated Addition into Multiplication
Last week we practiced repeated addition. Today, I would like you to add the bumps on the building bricks to find the answers. We can also write these as multiplication number sentences. Follow the instructions on the sheet and use the building bricks to help you find the answers.
Please keep reading through Bug Club, and practicing Phonics through Phonics Play or the Phonics flashcards. Please also remember you can practice Maths through TT Rockstars, Numbots or games on the Topmarks website.