Our topic this term is...
Maths: A final review on some tricky areas from Year two and some extra challenges!
English: Seaside Fiction
I can write a short story from the seagull's point of view
I can use a story mountain to plan my own seaside story
SPaG: I can spell many compound words
We had a very busy first week back!
What multi-skills activities did you enjoy the most?
What did you enjoy doing during our science trip?
What did you learn?
In English we worked hard on making predictions and making
inferences using our new class story.
Try to make predictions before reading your own books at
home or before turning to the next page.
What do you think will happen next?
How do you know?
How do you think Hamish the cat felt in the story?
How did Mr Grinling feel at the end of the story?
In SPaG we explored homophones!
How many homophones do you know?
Write them down!
How many can you find in your reading books?
What is the difference between a physical feature and human feature?
What physical and human features do we usually see at the seaside?
Reading - daily
We have been working very hard on our reading comprehension and the different types of questions.
Have a look at the reading crew below!
What kind of questions might they ask?
Maybe an adult can ask you the different questions when
reading your reading book.
Can you read fluently without long pauses between words?
Reading your book multiple times can help you with this!
Can you use expression when you see different punctuation -
. ? or !
Spellings - weekly (three related to the sound/spelling focus of the week and three common exception words)
Teacher: Miss Piccinini
TA: Mrs Worsfold
Monday- PE (outdoor), PSHE
Tuesday- RE and Computing (Mrs Dodds)
Wednesday- Topic (History/Geography/Art/DT) and Library
Thursday- Science and Reading comprehension
Friday: Topic (History/Geography/Art/DT) and PE (tennis)
*Daily Maths, English, Handwriting and Phonics