It is the end of the week again !
Here is your work for Friday.
Please start by reading the next edition of First News.
First Session - Spelling and Grammar
Go back over the suffixes you have learnt this week. Test yourself on the twenty words from this week and put your score in your exercise book.
In grammar today we are are going to play a grammar game. See how many cards you can do. If you can't do one, leave it and go on to the next one and have another go at the end !
After watching, write down what an ' everyday - hero ' means to you.
Think about someone you consider to be an ' everyday hero ' during this current time in lockdown. This could be :
- someone you know personally, such as a family member, friend or teacher.
- Someone you have seen on the news, such as Captain Tom Moore - watch this Newsround clip to find out more :
- a whole team of people, such as people working in your local hospital.
Once you have selected your everday hero, write a letter to say thank- you to them personally.
When writing your letter, make sure you include the following:
- An opening greeting
- An Initial sentence / paragraph outlining why you are writing to this person/ people.
- Additional paragraphs giving reasons as to why they are your everyday hero.
- A concluding paragraph - summarising your reasons / reiterating your thanks
- A suitable sign off- this will be different depending on who you are writing your letter to.
Once you have written your letter- consider sending it to the person via post. you may even get a reply!
Fluency - Number of the week
We are learning about adding and subtracting fractions.
Watch the video clip and do the activity.
Fourth session - Brass
Create a tune using your brass instrument. Have a go at writing down the music and play it to someone else.
Go back over your work this week and either complete work you have not finished or revisit anything you found difficult. If you still have time, you can login to Read Theory and do 30 minutes and choose activities off purple mash.
Have a lovely weekend.