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Thursday 30th April 2020

Hello everyone heart

When you`ve finished your Phonics lesson I wonder what you will get up to?

Maybe you could have a go at guessing these riddles below and then write a new one about a book character. Make sure you send it to me so I can guess who you’ve written about! ✏️ 

Today I have also uploaded  spellings for you.  Don’t worry if you don’t get them all right today.  Give it a go, you are working really hard and that makes you a star! ⭐️ 

 

Have a lovely Thursday everyone!

love

Mrs Wagner

Joke of the day!

Q: What do you call a cow that eats your grass?

A: A lawn moo-er.

 

 

Character riddles !

English:

Woodland Description Writing

Take a walk through the local woodlands-if it is still raining you may need your coat, umbrella and wellies!

If you cannot get out to the woodlands - or the weather doesn't permit - use the video to take a virtual trip to the woods.

 Use your senses - what can you see? hear? smell? touch?

When you get home, write a list of all the things you could see, hear, smell and touch in the woods.  

Can you challenge yourself? - Use your list to help you write a paragraph to describe the woods you visited. 

If it is too challenging maybe you could draw what did you see and label it?

RE-Christianity

Please see Powerpoint lesson 2 should take about 25 minutes.

You could break up into smaller chunks, if needed.

You can film your child retelling the parable and upload onto J2e (if you can)

 

Read Write Inc lessons at home

 

Read Write Inc are streaming lessons every day on their YouTube channel. 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

 

A new lesson will be uploaded every day at the following times and be available for 24 hours. Each session is approximately 10 to 15 minutes long.

Spellings to practise for this week:

oo

roof

spoon

ue

glue

true

ew

chew

screw

u_e

flute

include

ou

group

soup

 

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