Spelling 25/02/21 (Mr Stanbra's and Ms Tan's literacy sets)
Spelling test today so hopefully you are feeling ready. As normal you will need to write down your spelling words as they are said and then mark them at the end. You can pause the video to give yourself more time to write between words or rewind to hear any of the words again. Good luck!
Spelling (24/2/21) Mr Walsh's Literacy Set
Today's lesson has a Spelling Shed focus. I play the bonus game in the teaching video and talk through how each word is spelled correctly. You can play along with this at home by pausing the video after each question appears. Then it's your turn to practice using the Spelling Shed platform. You can play any of the games available to get in some last minute practice before tomorrow's spelling test. 15 minutes or so is fine but you can do some more if you wish!
Spellings 24/02/21 (Mr Stanbra's and Ms Tan's literacy sets)
For today's lesson, we begin by putting our spelling words for this week into alphabetical order and then you have choice of 4 activities you can do to practise further. There will be a spelling test next lesson so if you want to build up more confidence then you could also have a go on SpellingShed. Enjoy :)
Spellings 23/02/21 (Mr Stanbra's and Ms Tan's literacy sets)
We are carrying on looking at our new spelling rule (words with the /ow/ sound spelt 'ou') by having a practice on SpellingShed first. Afterwards you have a choice of multiple activities you can do to practise your spellings which are all featured in the video. Enjoy!
Spellings 23/02/21 (Mr Walsh's literacy set)
We are carrying on looking at our new spelling rule (words ending -al) with different activities. First you will need to match the correct definitions to your spelling words based on what you can see on the screen. Afterwards, you will need to work out what the missing letters are in your spelling words and then put all the missing letters together to form a new 10 letter word ending in -al. Enjoy!
Spelling (Ms Tan's and Mr Stanbra's sets) 22/02/21
In this lesson, we are introduced to our new spelling rule; the /ow/ sound spelt 'ou'. It is usually heard in the middle of words (e.g. proud) but can sometimes be at the beginning (e.g. out) and very rarely at the end. We start by going through the words on your spelling list then practising spelling them on SpellingShed and, finally, finishing by unscrambling the jumbled up words.
Spelling (Mr Walsh's Literacy Set) 22/02/21
In today's lesson I run through the new spelling list for the week. There is an activity to do on-screen examining the spelling rule in more detail and then we finish with some silly sentence writing for the words we are learning this week. Spelling Shed also available too! Enjoy!
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