Early Bird Morning Spellings
Select your colour and complete your pyramid spellings today.
Can you use them in a sentence?
WALT: Punctuate speech
We have been learning all about the three little pigs story. In the story there is lots of repetitive speech. Today we will be learning how to use speech marks in our writing. These are also called 'inverted commas.' When we talk about them and try writing them we might describe them as a 66 and 99 in the air. This reminds the children how to write them and which way round they go.
When we use speech marks, there are important rules to remember.
"Little pig, little pig, let me come in," said the wolf.
"No, no, not by the hairs of my chinny chinny chin, I will not let you in!" replied the first little pig.
Challenge: Try to use different synonyms for said
replied, asked, shouted, growled, yelled, snarled
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WALT: Count faces on 3D shapes
This week we are learning about the properties of 3D shapes. Remember 3D means three dimensional. That means that they have length, width and depth. 3D shapes have faces, edges and vertices.
Today we will learn about faces. Faces are flat or curved surfaces on a shape. For example a cube has 6 faces.
WALT: Name objects and identify the material they are made from
Today you can take your Science learning outside this must be with an adult or if you are unable to get outside you can look different objects inside your home.
Your task is to find different objects and note down what material they are made from.
Before you start read the PDF below and that will give you more information on your task for today.
After you have read the information you will need to draw a table on a piece of paper with an object column and a material column or if you have a printer you can print off the sheet.
Then when you have your table ready you need to either go on a walk with an adult or stay in your home and find objects and record what material they are made from there is a word mat below to help you with the names of different materials.