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WC: 17.01.22

FRIDAY

 

Today we will be looking at word endings. In particular we will be learning when to add a 'd' or an 'ed' to a verb. 

 

Watch the video below to help you to understand what to do. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxl28KQOHy4

 

When do you add ed? Talk about how it changes the verb so it has happened in the past. Talk about the words together, can you say the verb as it is and with the word ending? Love and loved, miss and missed. WRITE out the words below as they are, then use another colour crayon to write the word ending so it is in the past.

 

love

 

miss

 

step

 

open

 

want

 

thrill

 

When you have done this, if you have time can you put one of the words into a sentence?

THURSDAY

Today we will be looking at the text of Hermelin again and at the vocabulary in the grid below. With a grown up can you read and discuss the vocabulary? It is tricky but I bet you can have a good go at reading them. Now can you put the words into a sentence orally and say them outloud , for example,

 

Am I really a pest?

Cash reward, when found!

 

The devastating truth is, maybe I really am a pest!

 

If you would like to write your sentences, then that would be fantastic, but make sure you can say a sentence which makes sense first!

 

 

On Monday's, we have a half an hour English lesson as we go to assembly. We always complete our sentence accuracy work first which is where we focus on a sentence and getting this written correctly. We use sentence checkers to ensure that we have remembered all the ley elements.

Today's sentence is:

 

I would like to be a detective because I have binoculars.

 

I am going to be reading some of our focus text 'Hamelin' to the class today. (I will upload a video once I have read it). We are then going to have a think about what we have read and come up with some questions that we would like to ask Hermelin. You can either write these yourself or an adult can scribe them for you. You can also research what a detective does.

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