Come and join me every morning at 10am to go over your work for the day!
Spelling - Mrs Fitzmaurice's Group
This week we are continuing to work through the spelling booklet. Have a go at the pages with the spelling activities on them including the Target Words pages, Correct the Spelling Mistakes and the word searches.
Spelling - Mrs Wingfield's Group
This week we are continuing to work through the phonics booklet. Try and focus on a sound a day (remember each sound has two pages of work!).
Mrs Fitzmaurice's Group
LI: create settings
- Have a look at the Settings worksheet. Collect some ideas for settings for stories which you can use in your writing next week.
- Have a look at the adjectives worksheet (page 23). Spot the adjectives in the example, then draw your own picture and create your own description for it (using lots of good adjectives!)
- If you have time, have a go at Create a Secret Code!
LI: use speech marks
- Have a look at the worksheets Speech Marks. Have a look at the reminder of the rules at the top of the page before having a go yourself!
- Have a go at Design a Spy Gadget – a gadget you will be able to include in your story at the end of the week!
LI: create a plan
- In this lesson, we are going to start creating a plan for our own adventure story! First, have a look at the plan breaking down the Mission Possible story. Next, have a look at the Story Road created from Mission Possible (it is just a story plan!)
- Next, create your own plan for your adventure story! Remember to use some of the ideas you have come up with across the previous lessons – character names, settings and spy gadgets! If you are struggling with ideas, have a look at the Story Ideas page.
Lesson 9 and 10
LI: create a story
Over the next two lessons, use this time to create your adventure story, using the plan you created to help you. Remember to make your adventure story interesting by using good vocabulary and you could always have a go at using direct speech. Have a look back at the original story for ideas on what grammar you can include in your writing (remember you know about fronted adverbials, conjunctions, noun phrases, expanded noun phrases, direct speech, prepositions, Name – adjective pair – sentence and Tell: show 3 examples; sentence.) Take your time and remember to include what you have created – spy gadgets, settings and character names – and make sure you keep reading over your work to check it makes sense! Have fun!
Mrs Wingfield's Group
LI: use description
- Have a go at the One of our Stars is Missing worksheet. Make sure you add lots of detail and description!
- Have a go at the How to use a Star worksheet. Think of as many different ways as you can for how a star can be used and write them down on your worksheet!
LI: select and use effective language
- Read through the Poems about Stars worksheet, collect your ideas on the second page and draw the pictures that you see on the third page.
- Have a go at the When you Wish Upon a Star worksheet.
LI: create a fact file
- Have a look at the Star Fact File example in your pack. Notice how is it set out and what information is displayed.
- Do some research so you can fill in the missing information for the Moon Fact File. If you need more space, please use some more paper!
LI: create a plan
- Use the Plan your very own Moon Story worksheet to help plan your story about the moon falling from the sky. How will be your main characters? What will happen? Record your ideas on your worksheet.
LI: create a story
- Use the plan you created yesterday to write your story today about the moon falling from the sky. Think about where did it happen? Why? Who saw it happen? What did they do? How did they fix the problem? Make sure you read over your work to check it makes sense as you are writing then read your work to someone in your house!
Awards we have received so far.