Alternative ways of spelling /oo/ phoneme.
In history we like to find out about significant people before and after we were born. This term we are learning about Nelson Mandela, who helped end apartheid in South Africa.
Blue & Green Pencil Activity: Sequence the four pictures and write a caption about each one.
Red & Yellow Pencil Activity: Sequence the four pictures and write a caption about two of the pictures.
Orange Pencil Activity: Sequence the four pictures and as a challenge, write a caption about one of them.
Today we will be teaming up with the Go Jetters to begin our first section of our non-fiction book all based on Africa. Please watch the video below to find out all about the continent of Africa.
Today there are 3 mini challenges to start the first section with the subheading 'Africa' I have also added the link to GoogleEarth underneath if you wish to explore Africa more and a link on how to draw the outline of Africa for their book. The drawing can be done straight into their purple book or onto a smaller piece of paper stuck in.
Today we are going to look at representing numbers as digits and words. You will need to show us that you can form your numbers correctly and either spell the numbers correctly or use your phonics to have a try at number words.