Spelling activities can be completed each day in the familiar format as follows:
Monday- Find and write out dictionary definitions for the first 4 of your spellings using an online or paper dictionary.
Tuesday- Choose 4 of your spellings and put these into sentences. Remember to be creative and use sentences we have looked at this year such as 2A, simile and list.
Wednesday- Write all of your spellings in alphabetical order.
Thursday- Learn your spellings using the 'look, say, cover, write, check' table provided beneath the spelling list.
Friday- Complete a test on your spellings.
On Monday we looked at adding the suffixes ed, er, est, ing, y, ly and ment. Today we are going to look at adding the suffixes ation and ous. Watch the videos provided to help you complete your tasks. Remember to just try your best! You may find you are already familiar with the spelling of many of these words.
Once you have completed your tasks you can try the Who Wants to be a Millionaire quiz for a bit of fun at the end!
Last week we began our new writing project called 'Animal Magic'. This writing project is all about designing your own animal park and last week you began by drawing a map of your park. This week you will be designing a guide or leaflet to help your visitors find their way around and explain how your park works. Click on the task provided to find out more!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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