This week I would like you to practice these spellings. Remember the handwriting letters we have been practicing!
How will you choose to practice your spellings today?
Can you use your spellings in a sentence?
We looked at some opposites yesterday to describe Superworm. Today we are going to use the prefix un-.
A prefix is a group of letters that is added at the beginning of a word. The prefix un- means not, and makes a word into its opposite.
Add the prefix un- to the words on the sheet attached and draw a picture to show what each word means now (its opposite). You do not have to print this sheet, you can write the question number in the margin, write the new word with the prefix un-, then draw your picture.
Maths – Time
Today we will be learning about the o’clock times. Have a look at the attached poster which shows that when the big hand is on the 12, it means the time is an o’clock. The number the short hand is pointing to tells you which hour the o’clock is.
On the attached sheet, read the time on each clock, write the question number in your Maths book, then write what o’clock time each clock is showing you.
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.