All of this week’s spellings are common exception words, which means they don’t follow the spelling patterns or rules we have learnt.
Task 1: These common exception words have one syllable...
Using the pictures to help you, write a sentence for each of these words.
Task 2: These common exception words have two syllables...
Try and write each of these words in as few sentences as possible. Can you get 2 or 3 of these words into the same sentence?
Task 3: This common exception word has three syllables...
Set a timer. How many times can you write this word correctly in 2 mins?
Now try to find your common exception words in this crossword, then practice your beautiful cursive handwriting!
Maths: Addition and subtraction consolidation
We are going to recap our learning and practice our addition and subtraction skills as they are extremely important.
Now head over to this website to practice your maths fluency skills!
Today in French, we are going to learn how to greet people in different ways and at different times of the day!
First up, we have:
Bonjour means 'Good day'. Listen to the following sound file to get the correct pronunciation, then go and say 'Bonjour' to someone in your family!
How many times can you say 'Bonjour' in one minute? Set a timer and see!
Next up, we have the greeting;
Salut means 'Hi!'Who might you say Salut to? Listen to the following sound file to learn how to correctly say 'Salut' to greet someone:
We can also greet someone in the evening/night time by using the following phrases:
You can learn how to say these by clicking the sound files below: