Phonics - ea sound
Complete the red group spelling sheet.
Try this game- can you spell all the tricky words (select Year 2)
Can you write sentences in your book using the High Frequency words, maybe you can remember last week’s learning and add some homophones. You could send your teacher your best sentence.
Can you write your alternative ending to the story in your literacy book? Remember to start with:
The witch locked Hansel in the cage. She wanted to fatten him up.
And end with: They all lived happily ever after.
Don’t forget to use capital letters and full stops. It would be super if you managed from exclamation marks and question marks!
Send your stories to:
Comprehension - Hansel and Gretel
Read the story together with support as necessary. Talk about the story.
Ask the children to answer in FULL sentences in their books, using the question as a sentence starter (eg: Why did the witch put Hansel in a cage? The witch put Hansel in a cage because she wanted to eat him.
Pupils can write their answers in their exercise book.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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