Read every day for at least 10 minutes. Please remember your child must have their book signed. Every fortnight children are expected to do a book review of a book they have been reading or have read, children can pick these up from the classroom and stick them into their homework books
Please practice: ghjklz
A prefix is a word which can go at the beginning of a longer word (e.g. ‘under’ goes at the beginning of ‘understand’).
This Prefix game can be played with 2-4 people. You need a box of Lego® bricks or a packet of uncooked pasta as counters.
- Cut out the cube shape on the page attached and stick it together with glue or sellotape so that it looks like a dice, with a prefix on each side.
- Take it in turns to roll the dice. 3. Read the prefix on the uppermost side of the dice. You have
to say a word with that prefix at the beginning of it.
- If you can, you pick up a piece of Lego®/piece of pasta. Players may NOT repeat a word someone else has said before.
- If you can’t think of a word, skip a go. 6. Keep going until a player gets six bricks/pieces of pasta.
They are the winner.
- Each pair of sums has a number which has vanished into space!
- Help the Blob sort this out! 3. Work out the missing number in each pair of sums.
- Can you make up some more of your own ‘vanished into space’ sums! (Look at the worksheet provided for the sums )
A: put, pull, bull, full, push, bush, wolf
B/C: treasure pleasure enclosure composure closure disclosure enclosure leisure pressure exposure reassure
THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: The ending sounding like /ʒə/ is always spelt –sure. -sure
Spelling group A’s spellings are to reinforce phonics patterns, any word in red does not follow the phonic rule.