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Thursday 16th July 2020

Goblin catchers required

Meet Garvan III, the famous goblin catcher. Garvan is very old now and has announced his retirement as he no longer wants to travel the world catching and trapping goblins.

As such, they need to put out an advert in the local paper: ‘The GoblinGazette’ advertising for a new goblin catcher.

Have a listen to last week’s advert which was for a Troll Trapper.

CLICK HERE to listen to the advert for a Troll Trapper

Now, on a separate piece of paper, write the advert PERSUADING people to apply for the job of a GOBLIN CATCHER? Use the advert about trolls above to help you.

 

 

Wednesday 15th July 2020

TASK 1: Listen to the poem 'TROLL TRAPPER'

CLICK HERE to listen to the poem

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Now, have a go at writing your own Evidence of a Goblin poem.

Tuesday 14th July 2020

Make a Goblin Monster Look at these fantastic monsters as an example. Why not have a go at creating your own goblin monster – can you write a set of instructions for someone to make yours?

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Monday 13th July 2020

Reorder the Goblin Grass cake recipe

TASK 1: Help! Someone has muddled up these instructions. Put the instructions back in the right order and add in some time adverbials so that anyone reading the recipe knows which order they should be completed in. To help you, the introduction and conclusion are in the right place.

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TASK 2: Now, let’s write some of our own instructions. First, choose a set of instructions to write about. Will you TRAP another goblin OR write a set of instructions telling the reader how to CARE for a particular goblin OR a goblinRECIPE? You may even want to write more than one set of instructions.

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Lots of instructions have diagrams to show the reader what it would look like. Can you add in a labelled diagram? Practise drawing it.

Finally,  when you have finished spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Friday 10th July 2020

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Thursday 9th July 2020

How to trap a Grass Goblin

CLICK HERE to listen to the instructions here

Instructions tell us how to do something. They should be:

  • Easy to understand
  • In the order that you want the instructions to be completed
  • Include important information that the reader will need to know in order to complete the instructions successfully.

Word meanings

What do some of the words mean? Let’s have a look at some of the words in the instructions and their meanings.

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9 july 2Word work – bossy verbs

To help writers tell the reader what to do they use

imperative verbs like push, run, stop, cut. Using imperative verbs creates a sentence that gives an order or command that is

why some people call them bossy verbs. It will always sound like the writer is bossing someone around, that’s why they are often called ‘bossy verbs’. The words emperor, empire and imperial all come from the same root.

Find and collect all of the imperative verbs in the instructions. I have found two for you already. Can you think of any more of your own? Teachers are always using them! Add them into the word cloud.

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Word work – adverbials of time

To help writers tell the reader the order to do things in they use time adverbials like: first, next.

Find and collect all of time adverbials in the instructions. I have found two for you already. Can you think of any more of your own? Add them into the word cloud.

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Wednesday 8th July 2020

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To find out more about a day in the life of Clotilde Perrin have a look at this website: â€‹CLICK HERE

Thank you Clotilde and Gecko Press for giving us the permission to share this wonderful book. 

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Then, when you have finished your planning spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Tuesday 7th July 2020

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Today we will spend time planning a report about a goblin - either use a goblin from one of the texts we have explored or make up your own exciting goblin. 7 july 2

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Then, when you have finished your planning spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Monday 6th July 2020

This week we will be be looking at a text called 'Goblinology - the ultimate guide to goblins'. It makes links to the previous unit from last week. 

CLICK HERE to read the example text.

or

CLICK HERE to listen to the text

Once you have read the text, answer the quiz questions below...

  • What type of feet do Cloud Goblins have?
  • Where can the vast majority of Cloud Goblins be found living?
  • What can’t Cloud Goblins drink?
  • What are Cloud Goblins very good at?
  • What do Cloud Goblins like doing as a hobby?

Are there some words that you are not sure of in the report? I asked my Cloud Goblin friends what some of them meant and they gave me a definition and an example to help me.

Word

Meaning

Example

Nubes Cobalus

This is the Latin word for Cloud Goblin (nubes = cloud and Cobalus = Goblin)

Not many humans have ever seen a Nubes Cobalus.

Did you know ... many reports use Latin names?


Your turn. Write your own sentence using the words Nubes Cobalus.

Word

Meaning

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stubby

short and thick

Puja’s pencil was stubby

Your turn. Write your own sentence using the word stubby.

word

Meaning

Example

majority

most or the biggest number

The majority of sweets are red.

Your turn. Write your own sentence using the word majority.

Word

Meaning

Example

detect

find or discover something

The Star Goblins detected a full moon.

Your turn. Write your own sentence using the word detect.

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Meaning

Example

camouflaged

hide or disguise something

The tent was camouflaged by the trees.

Your turn. Write your own sentence using the word camouflaged.

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Meaning

Example

dwelling

somewhere you would live

Cackle the witch returned to her dwelling in the woods.

Your turn. Write your own sentence using the word dwelling.

Word

Meaning

Example

remarkable

amazing or extraordinary

Grimble the Grass Goblin found a remarkable flower.

Your turn. Write your own sentence using the word remarkable.

 

Now collect any words that you are not sure about, find out their meaning and write an example. Can anyone at home help you or can you use the internet or a dictionary?

 

Have a go at creating your own text map to help you internalise the story. Don't forget to perform it with actions if you want to. 

 

Friday 3rd July 2020

Today is a chance to finish off your writing task from yesterday, If you have finished, spend some time checking it and seeing if you can improve it further. 

Then, spend some time reading First News and completing the activities. 

CLICK HERE to download First News

Finally, Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

We will begin our final unit of work next week which take us through to the end of the school year. 

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020

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Your task today is to plan your own version of the story. Use the planning grid below to help you. If you are stuck for ideas then scroll down to look at some suggestions. 

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Monday 29th June 2020

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Friday 26th June 2020 

Task 1: Here are some sentences from the story. Can you write down all of the prepositions. Be careful, some of the sentences have more than one preposition in!

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Task 2: On thing all goblins have in common is that they love to collect things. Tree Goblins collect things in suitcases but other goblins collect things in knapscaks, baskets or bags. 

Have a look at this picture of Treerumple's suitcase. 

What can you see inside it?

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The suitacse is made out of a matchbox. Can oyu make a basket, box, bag or suitcase for you goblin - what will you find or make to put in t? If you can't make it, you could draw and label a picture. 

Thursday 25th June 2020

In the story, Sammy enters a Tree Goblin Birthday party.

Task 1: Write down all of the things that Sammy can see. 

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Task 2: Draw a picture of this and label all of the things that Sammy can see. 

 

 

Task 3 (optional): Find a shoe box or a flower pot and make your own goblin world. You can base it on the Tree Goblin setting if you like or you can create you r own world for a different goblin like a sky goblin, Sea goblin, or those pesky puddle goblins. Below are some ideas to inspire you. 

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Wednesday 24th June 2020

Often in stories there are some words which we do not know the meaning of. Can you match these words to their correct definition? 24 june 1

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If there are other words you don't understand, then use an online dictionary to look them up. 

TASK 2: Choose 5 words from the list above and write your own sentences using them. Here are 2 examples for you....

The little mouse seemed insignificant compared to the other animals. 

An old lady, with an intrictae necklace, walked into the shop. 

 

 

Task 3: This story is all about a boy who finds a new world filled with Tree Goblins but did oyu know that there are lots of od fidderent types of goblins in the world? When you write your story, your characters could meet a different type of goblin. 

Let's make a list of the goblins that could be in your story. To help create a goblin I like to use weather, nature, or places to help me. Record your ideas for different types of goblins here....

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Now chosse 3 of your favourite ideas and draw pictures of them. Can you write 5 facts that everyone should know about them? Here is my example. 

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Tuesday 23rd June 2020

CLICK HERE to read the text 'The Impossibly Possible Bookshop'

CLICK HERE to listen to the text 'The Impossibly Possible Bookshop'

TASK 1: Can you answer these 4 questions about the text. It might help you to go back through the text or listen to it again. 

  1. Why do you think the title of the story is called: The Impossibly Possible Bookshop? 
  2. Do you think Sammy is adventurous? Explain your answer. 
  3. When Sammy returns to the bookshop and meets his Grandmama, it seems as though no time has passed at all. Why do you think this is? 
  4. At the end of the story, Sammy’s Grandmama says: “We’ll see … anything is possible.” Why do you think she says this? 

TASK 2: Can you create a comic strip of the key parts of the story? Put sentences below to explain what is happening at each stage of the story. 

 

TASK 3: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Monday 22nd June 2020

This week we will start a new unit of work which will be linked to magical stories. 

CLICK HERE to read the text 'The Impossibly Possible Bookshop'

CLICK HERE to listen to the text 'The Impossibly Possible Bookshop'

What do you think of the story? Let’s have a chat about it together.

Answer these questions. You can write the answers down if you like or just discuss it with someone. Record your thoughts here:

  • Likes: What were your favourite bits of the story?
  • Dislikes: Was there anything you didn't like, didn’t understand or would want to change?
  • Parallels: Does this story remind you of any other books or films that you have read or seen?
  • Questions: Do you have any questions about the story?

 

Task 2: Try this Quiz. It is all about the story that you have just read. I find it helpful to read the story a few times.  Good luck!

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Friday 19th June 2020

Task 1: Let’s get writing!

Now you are ready to write. Get a piece of paper and a pen or pencil and write your story. Remember to use your plans!  

If you have finished your first draft, it’s now time to check your drat and edit your writing. Use the success criteria below to help you. 

Success Criteria:  

  • Does my story make sense? 
  • Have I remembered to use the correct punctuation? 
  • Have I used verbs? 
  • Have I included speech marks if I have included speech in my story? 
  • Have I included a clear opening paragraph? 
  • Have I included a problem in my story? 
  • Have I included a resolution? 
  • Have I included an ending to my story? 

When you have finished your writing, remember to check it carefully and make any improvements you need. 

When you are happy with your writing, share it with us. We would love to read these fantastic stories. 

CLICK HERE to share your writing

 

Thursday 18th June 2020

Let’s start to create and plan your story. To do this let’s look at the structure of ‘Mission Possible’.

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Do you have any ideas for your story? Have you watched any films or read any other books that you could use as a starting point or to get ideas from?

Use the story planning sheet below to capture some of your story ideas.

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You could use this template to help you plan your story. 

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Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Wednesday 17th June 2020

Task 1: Design a Spy Gadget – All good spies need awesome gadgets!

To help create yours, you could use the thinking-key BAR – where we take everyday objects and reinvent or redesign them by making them bigger, adding something and replacing or removing something,

For example: a skateboard.

  • Bigger: Extend the rear of the skateboard, making it much bigger and put some shelves on it for storage.
  •  Add: Add a small rocket motor near the back of the skateboard.
  •  Replace/Remove: Remove the wheels and replace them with a hovercraft engine so that it floats in the air.

Here are some everyday objects you may want to use as a gadget: pen; pair of glasses; wooden spoon; bike; scooter; rucksack

If you have access to the internet, why not watch this short animation called Pigeon: Impossible. It’s very funny and the spy has a fantastic briefcase as his gadget.CLICK HERE to watch short animation

Now, get a separate piece of paper and draw a design of your spy gadget.

  • Can you label it?
  • Can you explain how it works?
  •  Could you design a poster to advertise it so that other spies will want to buy it?

When you write your story, try and include your gadget

TASK 2: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Tomorrow, we will start to plan our stories!

Tuesday 16th June 2020

Task 1: Using Inverted Commas

In stories, characters often speak so we need to make sure we punctuate the way that they speak so that we know who says what and how they say it.

There are some golden rules for speech:

1) Put inverted commas (“ ”) around what is actually said.

 2) Begin a new line (paragraph) for every new speaker.

3) Always begin a new piece of speech with a capital letter.

4) Always put some punctuation at the end of the speech – it could be a . , ! or ? depending on what you’ve written.

Have a look at my example:

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Using the example and golden rules, can you punctuate these sentences correctly?

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Can you write your own sentences when one person speaks and someone answers?

 

Task 2: Create a secret code!

All good spies need their own secret code. Why don't you make one of your own? Here is a code you could use. Instead of using the top line you would use the bottom line e.g. if you wanted to use the letter A you would write Z instead.

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Now you can write in secret to anyone in your house or anyone who you share your code with! Could you include the secret code in your story? OR if you have access to a website (please check with an adult first) you could try making a cipher wheel!

CLICK HERE to go to the website

Monday 15th June 2020

Task 1: Verbs (doing words)

Often in adventure stories, there is an action or chase scene. Verbs are really important in all sentences but especially when trying to write action as they are the engines of our sentences – they drive them forwards.

Can you spot the verbs in this section of our story? Underline them or write them down.

Without hesitation, Pete dropped a small green capsule which filled the boat with a fine green mist. At the same time, Polly ran towards the table where the men sat, grabbed the mirror, flung it into her rucksack and then they both sprinted back up onto the deck. Suddenly, coming from the cabin, they heard the unmistakable sound of fast-paced, heavy footsteps and loud angry voices. “Quick!” Shouted Polly and on that command, they fled. They didn’t look back. They didn’t stumble. They were trained for moments like this. Fast, focused and determined they continued sprinting until eventually the angry footsteps and loud shouting faded.

  • What do you notice about the types of verbs used when writing an action scene?
  • Collect as many alternative verbs that you can think of for these verbs.

run

said

Look

 

  • When writing your story, which ones do you think you would want to use?

Task 2: Planning the characters in your story

Now you have got a name for the characters in your story, why not create a character profile for them.

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Task 3: Planning the setting

Settings (where the story takes place) are really important. They can make the reader feel safe or scare them. What settings from stories or films can you think of? Make a list of them

‘Mission Possible ’is set in London and the sacred treasure is hidden on an abandoned riverboat on the Thames (a famous river that runs through London). The author chose the abandoned riverboat at night because they thought that it would be a bit scary.

Collect some setting ideas (I have done a few to get you started)

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Friday 12th June 2020

TASK 1: Learning from Other Writers

It is great to read another writer’s work and use their ideas to influence our own. Let’s do some reading and look at this paragraph about a teacher:

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Now that you have read the paragraph, can you answer the questions below:

  •  Is he nice? How do you know? 
  • What does he look like? 
  • How does he move? 
  • How does he speak? What does that tell us? 
  • Do you think he suits his name? 
  • Do you think other people like him? 
  • How do you know? 
  • Do you like him? Explain your answer.

TASK 2: Read this paragraph, which has been taken from Chapter 1 of Anthony ‘Horowitz book Never Say Die’ and answer the questions after you have read it. 

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From reading this, what do you know about the lady in the story? Answer the questions below:

  • Is she a goodie or a baddie in the story? How do you know? 
  • Where is she? 
  • Is this important to her character do you think? 
  • What does she look like? 
  • Why do you think she doesn't have a name? 
  • If she did have a name, what do you think it could be? 
  • Do you think other people will like her? Why do you think that? 
  • What do you think (predict) will happen?

 

TASK 3: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Thursday 11th June 2020

Task 1: Characters names 

Characters ’names in stories are often very important and can hint at their personality or job. I always think that certain names suit certain kinds of people. Charles Dickens, David Walliams and Roald Dahl regularly use the names as a clue to what the character is like or what they do. For example:

  • Mr and Mrs Twit in Roald Dahl’s book: ‘The Twits’ are… twits! Mr Willy Wonker is a silly name for a silly man!
  •  Miss Root, in the book ‘The Demon Dentist’ by David Walliams, is a dentist (and not a very nice one!)
  •  Miss Honey and Miss Trunchball, in Roald Dahl’s ‘Matilda’, are two very different types of teacher – can you guess which one is nice and which isn’t?

In our story, ‘Mission Possible’, we have the following characters:

  • • Polly Powers and Pete Powers (secret agent)
  • • Cyril Secret (Head of the Secret Services)
  • • Dodgy Rodger
  • Raucous Reggie (thief)

Do you think their names suggest something about them?

Do you like their names?

What do you notice about their names?

 

Task 2: Let’s invent some character names for your story

Here are 3 ideas for coming up with a name for a character

1. Find the origin of a name (where the name comes from) For example, the name Peter comes from the Greek meaning ‘rock’. When you find the origin, you can think whether it suits your character. (You will need the internet for this so surf safely and with an adult present.)

2. List names Find some story books and write two lists – one of the author’s first names and another list with all of the second names. Put the lists side by side and match the first names and surnames with ones that you think work well, for example, Roald Donaldson. Or you could list all your friends name, or all the names of people you know, and then rearrange them to come up with names that fit the characters you want to invent.

3. Use jobs or special features In real life, some surnames originally suggested the owner’s job or special feature. Could you invent a surname to fit your character e.g. name + special feature:

  • • an evil surgeon could be called Doctor Slice
  • • a tall teacher: Mr Longlegs
  • • a boy who can run fast: Samuel Speed
  • • a girl who is good at scoring goals: Gail Goodshot.

Now write down the names you have chosen for your characters

  • Names for your main characters
  • Names for your bad characters

TASK 3: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Wednesday 10th June 2020

Task 1: Often in stories there are some words which we don't know the meaning of. Can you match these words with their definitions?

Meanings

When you have finished use an online dictionary to check the meanings are correct. CLICK HERE to go straight to an online dictionary. 

Task 2: What is your favourite story character? What makes them your favourite character? 

Draw a picture of them. 

 

Task 3: There is lots we don't know about the characters in the story. Can you complete the character profiles below? Use you rinference skills to help you fill in any missing or unknown information. 

Here is an example..

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The characters for you to complete are below...

Character1Character2

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Tuesday 9th June 2020 

Remind yourself about the text we explored yesterday. 

CLICK HERE to read the text Mission Possible.

CLICK HERE to listen to the text

TASK 1: Let’s chat about the story. Answer the questions below or you can have a discussion with someone.   

  • In a nutshell, what is this story about?   
  • What did you like about the story?  
  • Was there anything you didn’t like or didn’t understand?  
  • Does this story remind you of any other stories you have read?  

Challenge: Can you summarize the story in 20 words? 

 

TASK 2:  Welcome to my quiz! I love quizzes and I need you to mark mine for me. Am I right or wrong? Be ready to explain how you know if I have got the answer right or wrong! You may find it useful to circle and draw on the story where you find the answer.

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TASK 3: What happened when? Use the story mountain to help you put the events in the right order: 

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Your turn to be Quiz Master!  

Could you write a quiz for someone based on this story or another one that you have read? Make sure you know the answers though 

  

Monday 8th June 2020

This week we are going to start a new unit of writing, which follows the same format as our previous English lessons. 

This week we are going to begin a new writing unit. We are going to focus on fiction texts and by the end of this unit, we are going to write our very own adventure story!  

TASK 1: Read or Listen (or both) to the new example text. It is called Mission Possible.  CLICK HERE to read the text Mission Possible.

CLICK HERE to listen to the text

TASK 2: Draw yourself a text map to help you internalise the text. Once you have drawn your text map, practice reading it to help you learn example text.  

TASK 3: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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Friday 5th June 2020

TASK 1: Spend some time reading through your plans. Is there anything you would like to add? Have you described how you are feeling during the events?

Now you’re ready to write your advert!

Use your plan to draft it on a separate piece of paper and don’t forget to check the punctuation and flow. Use the toolkit to help you

Diary Entry Toolkit

Write in first person

Use personal pronouns

Write in the past tense

Use time connectives

Write the events in chronological order

Describe your thoughts and feelings (use your 5 senses)

Once you have completed your draft, you will need to edit your writing by checking spelling, punctuation, sentence types and structure, improving word choices etc.

Let’s publish!

When you think you have finished editing, you can now publish on a new piece of paper and write out your diary entry neatly.

 

Thursday 4th June 2020

TASK 1: Day in the life of a Roman Soldier.

Before you plan your own diary entry, click on the link below to find out more about the life of a Roman Soldier. Write down notes about what they did in the army and how they trained before a fight?

CLICK HERE to learn about the life of a Roman Soldier

TASK 2: Planning your own Diary Entry.

For your hot write you are going to imagine you are a Roman Soldier and you are going to write about an eventful day that you have just had.

For example, you could have just come back from a training session which didn’t go so well or you have just survived a great battle!

You can use the planning template to plan the day you have just had. A good diary entry doesn’t just include what happened but also your thought and feelings during the event.(It is not necessary to print the planning sheet if you have no printing facilities - you could use the headings and use plain paper)

CLICK HERE for a suggested planning template to help you 

Diary Entry Toolkit

  • Write in first person
  • Use personal pronouns
  • Write in the past tense
  • Use time connectives
  • Write the events in chronological order
  • Describe your thoughts and feelings (use your 5 senses)

Daily visits to BugClub and Spelling Shed will also really help you with your learning. 

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You might also want to read the new edition of First News. 

CLICK HERE to download First News

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

TASK 1: Writing in past tense

Read the sentences and identify the verbs that aren't in the past tense and change them.

E.g: Everyone sing happy birthday to me and I blow out the candles.

In past tense: Everyone sang happy birthday to me and I blew out the candles.

 

  1. When I ride my bike I hit a kerb and fall off, I break my leg so the ambulance come.
  2. Not long after I wake up, I made myself some breakfast. I have some scrambled eggs on toast.
  3. My dad take me fishing last Friday, I catch a big carp, he take a photo of me.
  4. My Nanna teach me how to sew, with her help I make some beautiful clothes for my doll Lucy.

TASK 2: Time connectives

Time connectives tell us when something is happening. It is important to include time connectives in your diary entries, so your reader knows when the event took place.

E.g: first, next, then, meanwhile, eventually

Look at the example text, My new creepy house. Underline all the time connectives the writer has used.

Challenge:  Write a few sentences about what you did today using the time connectives you have underlined, or you can use your own time connectives  

TASK 3: Describing thoughts and feelings

When writing a diary entry, it is important to write down your thoughts and feelings and not just a list of what is happening.

Imagine you are one of the Roman Soldiers about to fight in a battle. Write a few sentences about what is about to happen and how it is making you feel. You may also want to write down how the other soldiers are feeling.

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You might also want to read the new edition of First News. 

CLICK HERE to download First News

 

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

TASK 1: Romans comprehension

Read the text about Romans

CLICK HERE for some questions about what you have just read

 

TASK 2: When writing a diary, you should use personal pronouns. Have a look at the example text again and underline all the different personal pronouns that have been used.

A personal pronoun is a word which can be used instead of a person, place or thing. E.g: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, him, her, us and them.

 

TASK 3: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

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You might also want to read the new edition of First News. 

CLICK HERE to download First News

Monday 1st June 2020 

Ou writing this week will based on the Romans. This week we will be focussing on diary entries and by the end of the week we aim to be writing our own as a Roman Soldier. 

Task 1: Read our new example text. It is called 'My New Creepy House'

CLICK HERE to read the example text

Task 2: Draw yourself a text map to help you internalise the text. Once you have drawn your text map, practice reading it to help you learn the example text. 

Task 3: Spend some time reading and practicing your spellings. 

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Friday 22nd May 2020

To finish the week off, we have another SPaG mystery for you to solve to help you develop you grammar skills. 

CLICK HERE to solve the mystery of the missing toga

If you have time, log in to Bug Club and Spelling Shed!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Thursday 21st May 2020

Today we are going to continue with our work on spelling, punctuation and grammar. As the weather is so nice, we thought it would be nice to do something a bit more fun. So, today you have 3 tasks....

TASK 1. Complete the Mystery of the Swapped Signs SPAG activity. We have done lots of these problem solving activities before. Go through the booklet, answer the questions to reveal a clue. All the clues eliminate the suspects until you have the answer. (Grown ups - there are answers at the book to help children check their work)

CLICK HERE to download the Riddle of the Swapped Signs. 

(It is not necessary to print this out if you don't want to or can't. It can be done on a seperate piece of paper). 

TASK 2: Spelling activity. Have a look at the words in the sentences below and see if you can correct the spelling mistakes. 

Spelling errorsSpelling errors 2

TASK 3: Year 3 & 4 statutory words crossword. Read the clues and work out what the word is to complete the cross word. Some of the clues might sound quite tricky, but these are all words we have come across in school over the last 2 years - if you are finding them tricky then try completing with a member of your family.

CLICK HERE to download the crossword 

Once you have finished this, CLICK HERE to enter your crossword into the competition. 3 winners will be selected at random from correct entries and you will recieve a prize when you return to school. 

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Today we are going to focus on Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation in order to help develop of English. Lets start by recapping subordinating conjunctions. 

CLICK HERE to take take part in the Grammar lesson

Once you have completed the lesson, log in to Bug Club and Spelling Shed!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

 

Tuesday 19th May 2020

Today's task is focussing on the skill or inference. Look at the pictures in the document carefully and answer the questions. Remember to back up your answers with evidence or give a reason to support your view. 

CLICK HERE for the inference activity 

Once you have completed the Reading Task, log in to Bug Club and Spelling Shed!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Monday 18th May 2020

This week we are going to focus on reading within our English tasks. Every day there will be a different reading activity for you to complete. 

CLICK HERE to access Reading Task 1

CLICK HERE for this week's First News to read 

15 - 21st May First News Comprehension

15 - 21st May First News Puzzle

15 - 21st May First News Quiz

Once you have completed the Reading Task, log in to Bug Club and Spelling Shed!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Friday 15th May 2020

Spend some time today finishing off your Alien work is you still need time to finish it. The ones I have seen so far have been amazing!

If that is all finished, then have a go at this...

CLICK HERE for an extra English lesson!

Thursday 14th May 2020

Now you’re ready to write your advert!

Use your plan to draft it on a separate piece of paper and don’t forget to check the punctuation and flow. Does it sound persuasive enough?

Once you have completed your draft, you will need to edit your writing by checking spelling, punctuation, sentence types and structure, improving word choices etc. 

Let’s publish!

The aliens want to take your advert back to their planet, so how about making it into a leaflet? (Simply fold your paper in half, or three - you might choose to use the computer to create your leaflet electronically).  You can add pictures, maps of where things are, quotes from visitors and whatever else you’d like to make your leaflet colourful and exciting.Don't forget to share your leaflet with us at school, we would love to see them!

If you have time, you could spend use Bug Club and Spelling Shed today too!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Zargon 10 sounds like a brilliant planet to visit. Let’s have a go at persuading people to visit it.

Take a look at this example advert:

Fabulous fun for all the family at Alien Park Are you ever bored at the weekend?

Do you long for something exciting to do? Why not zoom to Alien Park and enter an amazing world? Marvel at flying vampires. Wonder at the Dragons’ Cave. Be amazed by Crocodile World. There is also ample parking, a cool café and a stunning shop. Only 5 minutes from airstrip 21! Join the Alien A-team!

Now let’s use the structure and imitate the language to write our own.

  • Ask 3 questions: Are you ever bored at the weekend? Do you long for something exciting to do? Why not zoom to Aliens Park and enter an amazing world?
  • Use weasel words – words that are sneaky and boastful that try and make you think everything is absolutely wonderful. Underline all the weasel words in the advert above. I’ve done a few for you.
  • Tell your reader what to do by using bossy imperative verbs: Marvel at flying vampires. Wonder at the Dragons’ Cave. Be amazed by Crocodile World.
  • Add on more detail with a sentence of 3 things: There is also ample parking, a cool café and a stunning shop.
  • Tell them where it is: Only 5 minutes from airstrip 21!
  • Round off with a catchy slogan: Join the Alien A-team!

CLICK HERE to access a planning template

You could also spend some time on Bug Club and Spelling Shed today!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Tomorrow, we will develop this work further by working towards creating a super piece of writing. 

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Your log

Today, I would like you to imagine you have explored Zargon 10 and are ready to write your log.

Follow the same pattern as me and use this planner to jot down some ideas. (This will be your boxing up grid and plan). 

CLICK HERE to access the template 

You don't need to print or write out the information in the first column, just focus on the boxes in the second column. 

Activity 2: Try practising some sentences that will help you to add detail about what you are doing. We are going to use and and but to add detail.

For example:

1. I visited the crystal waterfalls and took samples of the flowing purple liquid.

2. They looked rather like earth spiders but had 12 legs and tiny horns on their heads.

Try altering sentences from your ideas above, using and or but to add detail.

Activity 3: The log uses sentence signposts to tell the reader when or how something is happening. The ones used in the log are known technically as ‘fronted adverbials’ – adverbs (or phrases beginning with adverbs) that are placed at the front of sentences. (When: first, Next, After that, Then, Afterwards, When I got in, When I got up. How: Carefully, Excitedly, Slowly, Without stopping, Quickly, Bravely, Greedily.)

For example:

1. Next, I took measurements of wind speed

2. Carefully, I scooped up two of them to take back to the ship.

Redraft sentences from your ideas above, using fronted adverbials to show when and how.

Monday 11th May 2020

Crazy Quotes There are usually quotes from witnesses in newspaper reports too. This is when you write down what people say about an event.

Here’s what Barry said about me in the newspaper:

“I never expected to see an alien in my field. It was the scariest moment of my life,” Barry told the Farming News.

You need to use speech punctuation when you write a quote in a newspaper, just like you do in your stories.

To help you remember where the punctuation goes, use the steps below:

Speech Toolkit 1.

  1. Open speech with inverted commas: “
  2. Write what the person is saying
  3. Signal the end of the speech with punctuation: usually it’s a comma but could be ? or ! (depending on what’s been said).
  4. Close speech with inverted commas: ”
  5. Say who said it. e.g. told, reported, exclaimed, informed, stated, said.
  6. End with a full stop.

Activity 1: Use the pictures from last time and write a quote from the characters for each one.

Now read the tex below (or CLICK HERE to listen to the audio version). 

A Day in the life of … Exploring planets is very exciting. Every time I visit a planet, I make sure that I keep my ‘Explorer’s Log’ up to date. It is a bit like a diary and is where I write down what has happened on my visits. Here is my entry from my visit to Zargon 9 in the Joomula System:

Yesterday was the most unbelievable day of exploring yet! It all started when I landed on Zargon 9. It was the first time I had ever visited the Joomula system and I wasn’t expecting to see such wonderful sights. Excitedly, I put on my exploring suit and gravity boots because there is only 20% gravity on the planet. I set out at 09.45am space time.

First, I visited the crystal waterfalls and took samples of the purple liquid that cascaded down the falls. After that, I studied the tiny creatures that were teeming through the hard, red soil that covered the landscape. They looked rather like earth spiders but had 12 legs and tiny horns on their heads. Carefully, I scooped up two of them to take back to the ship.

Next, I took measurements of wind speed and recorded a temperature of 1004 degrees around the funnel volcano, which is like a normal volcano but the shape of a tall, slim tube. After the volcano trip, I walked across the bubbling, sludge plains that were covered in green mud. It was easy to walk on but it wobbled and rippled if I went too fast.

Finally, I headed back to the ship because it was getting late. When I got in, I recorded my findings and stored my samples in the lab. Tomorrow, I will travel to Zargon 9Zargon 10.

 

Activity 2: On a separate piece of paper, design Zargon 10. What would you be able to see as you hover over it in a space ship? What special features will it have? Label the map to show what is on this planet. You can use some ideas from Zargon 9 to help you. Try to draw it in the style of this map but make it look much more like an alien planet!

 

 

Thursday 7th May 2020

Aliens 2

Aliens 3

The headline game

A headline is a short, punchy sentence that sums up the newspaper story. Sometimes it uses rhyme (Stranger Danger) or alliteration (where words start with the same sound e.g. Bear bites baddie).

Activity: Imagine each picture in the document is part of a newspaper report. Have a go at creating a punchy headline for it. 

Challenge: Can you use alliteration in at least one headline?

CLICK HERE to see the pictures for your catchy headlines

When? Who? What? Why? Where? openers

My favourite paragraph in a newspaper report is the first one. It's clever because it tells you the whole story without you having to read it all. It uses the 5 W’s above to do this.

Last night (when), local farmer Barry Bartlett, (who), 46 years old, received the shock of his life (what) when he discovered an alien spaceship landing (why) in one of his wheat fields (where).

How else could I have surprised a local person? Maybe I was found snooping around in a garage or maybe I was seen in a park or I arrived at school?

For example: Yesterday, local shopkeeper Ada Rudge, 34 years old, received the shock of her life when she found a green, slimy alien eating tinned hotdogs at the back of her shop.

Activity: Now you try using the 5 Ws to write a new paragraph about my mischief. Remember to tell me when, who, what, why and where. Use the example above to help you.

Wednesday 6th May 2020

The ‘Talk like an Expert’ game

Now let’s invent some facts about aliens. Imagine you are world expert on aliens and you are answering the interview questions below. Make up one fact for each question.

Start your answers with one of these generalisers. These are words that sum up things e.g. most, all, some, many, a few. For example: Most aliens like cheese.

Where do aliens go on holiday? -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What do aliens like to do to relax? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

How to aliens travel to work? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Why do aliens live alone? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Challenge: Add on to your facts by using the adverb ‘additionally’. Use it to start a NEW sentence to add on to your fact.

For example: Most aliens like cheese. Additionally, they also enjoy eating broccoli covered in marmite. 

Rewrite your sentences.

Remember to use a capital letter to start, a comma after additionally and a full stop at the end of your sentences.

Now write your own questions to ask an alien. Use the question words: who, what, when, where and how. Don't forget to end your sentence with a question mark.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Creative challenge: On a separate piece of paper, create your own alien.

  • How many eyes will it have?Alien 1
  • How many legs?
  • What colour will its skin be?
  • What special powers will it have?

Label your alien to show what it can do e.g. laser eyes for fighting enemies.

Tuesday 5th May 2020

Read the information on aliens again. Underline any words you don't know the meaning of. Can you find out the definition? You could ask someone else in your home to tell you, use a dictionary or search the internet. Write your definitions out on a separate piece of paper.

Challenge: can you put these new words into a sentence?

Alien Comprehension!

Here’s a quick-fire reading quiz about aliens. How many can you answer?

  1. How fast can aliens run? 
  2. What does candyarian mean? 
  3. Where do aliens like to sleep? 
  4. Which word in the text means the same as investigating? 
  5. What is the name of the smallest alien species? 
  6. Aliens have soft skin. True or false? 
  7. What type of food might be on an alien’s shopping list? 
  8. Why might aliens scare humans?
  9. Why might you have an alien in your class if you spot someone doing extremely well in maths tests? 

Let’s investigate some of the words and phrases that would help you to describe an alien to a friend if you ever saw one.

The Adjective Game:

Adjectives are used describe things (nouns): e.g. The fluffy, grey cat slept on the comfortable sofa.

To make descriptions more powerful for a reader you can add adjectives to describe different nouns. Your challenge is to describe my alien friend below, using two adjectives. I have done one for you.

Remember, when you use two adjectives, you separate them using a comma. The alien I saw had fiery, oval eyes.

Alien 1Write some interesting adjectives to describe different bits of the alien.

 

Writing Tip – “Has every word earned its place?”

Make sure both adjectives you have used to describe your alien are telling the reader something different.

 

For example, large, big teeth doesn’t work because large and big are saying the same thing.

Monday 4th May 2020

This week we are going to begin a new writing unit. It will follow a similar pattern to the last one, but this time the text is going to be a non-fiction text. 

TASK 1: Read or Listen (or both) to the new example text. It is called Amazing Aliens!

CLICK HERE to listen to the text about Aliens

CLICK HERE to read the text about Aliens

TASK 2: Draw yourself a text map to help you internalise the text. Once you have drawn your text map, practice reading it to help you learn example text. 

TASK 3: Spend some time on Bug Club and/or Spelling Shed

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Friday 1st May 2020

If you still need to finish your writing then please do spend some time today finishing this off and then send it to us to read. We have read lots of fantatsic stories so far! Well done to all of you. 

If you have finished your story, try this Poetry activity. 

Poetry-Revision-Mat.pdf

You could also spend some time on Bug Club and Spelling Shed today!

CLICK HERE for Bug Club

CLICK HERE for Spelling Shed

Thursday 30th April 2020

Well done to all those that have been sharing your writing this week. I have seen some excellent pieces. 

Your final task for this unit is to do the following:

  • Go through and edit your writing. Check sentence structure, spellings, punctuation. Use an online thesaurus to find better word choices. All of the things we would do in school to edit and improve our writing. 
  • Publish your work. Put allof the sections together to create your final, best version of your writing. You might want to do this on the computer, turn it into a book, it is up to you!

We would really love to collect your finished stories in to read and give you some feedback. We love it when you share your work with us. 

CLICK HERE to submit your final piece of writing. 

If you have already completed your writing and submitted it and need something else to do then try these...

Click here for Reading Task 1 

Click here for Reading Task 2

Wednesday 29th April 2020

Today, I would like you work towards completing your draft version of your story. Complete the final 2 sections. 

Section 5: In this section I want you to:

  • have your main character return to the wish-granting character;
  • combine the needs of your MC’s friends or family into one wish;
  • describe the setting.

Here's my fifth section to help you. 

Section 5

In the final section I want you to:

  • have the wish come true;
  • make sure your reader knows that your main character has changed because of the wish, like the example below:

Final section

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Today I would like you to continue writing your version of the story. I have already seen some fantastic openings so far and cannot wait to read the completed pieces at the end of the week!

TASK 1:  Use your boxed-up planner to help you write the third section of your story. 

In this section I want you to grant the main character a wish.

Here’s my third paragraph. Use it to help you write yours.

Section 3

TASK 2: Write the fourth section of your story. 

In this section I want you to make sure your main character thinks about what her family and friends need.

Here’s my fourth paragraph. Use it to help you write yours.

Section 4

Don't forget to check your writing and carry out your first bit of editing at the end of each paragraph.

Monday 27th April 2020

This week it’s time to write your story! You will need a computer, tablet or paper and something to write with. I’ll give you a bit of help on each section as I write my own. We will spend the first few days this week doing a section at a time.

TASK 1: Write the first part of your story. 

Use your boxed-up planner to help you from last week. Look back at the model text to help you too. In this section I want you to:

  • introduce your MC and show the reader that the MC is poor;
  • give a bit of detail about your MC’s daily life by using a fronted adverbial like ‘every day’ or ‘each week’ or ‘during her working hours’.

Here is my version of the opening which you could use to help you structure yours. 

My story opening

  • Check your punctation and spelling.
  • Have you remembered full stops?
  • Are there capital letters after the full stops?
  • Have you remembered the comma after your fronted adverbials?

TASK 2: Write the second part of your story. 

  • introduce the new character who is ‘helped’ in some way by the MC;
  • describe the new character in detail using the sentence practise from previous lessons.

Here’s my second paragraph. Use it to help you write yours:

My 2nd part

Don't forget to check your writing and carry out your first bit of editing at the end of each paragraph.

Friday 24th April 2020

Today, I would like you to think about innovating the story and beging planning your own version (At this stage, you do not need to write the story!) 

I have planned two new stories. One hugs very closely to the model and one just shakes hands with it. You can use these as an idea to help you. 

Yesterday, you will have created your own King or Queen character - this character should be part of your planning. 

CLICK HERE to see my first version (this one hugs the text closely)

CLICK HERE to see my second version (this one is more of my own ideas)

Now that you have some ideas, spend some time planning and preparing your own story. Remember, at this stage you do not need to write the story! We are following a similar format to our normal English lessons in school. 

CLICK HERE for a blank story planning sheet

Remember to keep your planning and ideas safe. We will be coming back to it next week in our English lessons. 

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Today we are going to look at the structure of the story and do our boxing up! Hopefully children will remember this process from their lessons in school. I will try and offer as much guidance as I can to support you.  

Click Here to read the story again

Click Here to listen to the story again

Let’s look at the underlying pattern of the story by putting each section of the plot into a separate box. Later, we can use this to help us plan a new story.

A typical wishing tale will follow this type of plot:

Main character (MC) really wants something

MC tries to get what they want

A barrier gets in the way

MC overcomes the barrier

MC gets what they wished for

Sometimes all is well – sometimes not!

When you box up the The King of the Fishes it will follow a similar pattern. 

TASK 1: Complete the Boxing up Grid for the story. You could draw this out onto paper if you can't print it out, or talk it through with somebody at home. 

CLICK HERE TO OPEN THE BOXING UP GRID TEMPLATE

CLiCK HERE to see my version to check

Innovation Ideas

  • In your story, your main character will need to rescue a King or a Queen of a species.

  • Here’s a chance to get creative.

  • TASK 2: Pick an animal and draw or describe what the King or Queen of its kind would look like. You could use paper and coloured pens or pencils. You could make a model or use a computer. As always, we would love to see your drawings!

Here some ideas to get you going that might help you think about creating a King or Queen of a Species. 

King of Fishes 3 King of fishes 2  King of Fishes

 

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Today we are going to focus on the grammar part of our English learning Journey. We are going to work on our sentences, so you will need the following: some paper or a notebook, something to write with, or access to a computer to type it up instead. 

Y4 Ebglish L3

It had giant paws that thundered across the earth, sandy fur and a fearsome roar.

Y4 English L3.1 

Challenge youself and try and write the BEST sentences that you can. Use good word choices, add in the extra detail and put the commas into the correct place! As always, we would love to read your super sentences!

Y4 English L3.3

Suddenly, _________________

Steadily, __________________

Bit by Bit, _________________

Final Task go back to the story and/or your story map. Practice it again. You might even want to think about actions you could put to it to help you perform it. 

Daily Reading 

David Walliams has been sharing his books online. He will be making different stories available to listen to each day in the form of an audio book. 

Click Here for David Walliams' audio books

You could also use the time you have at home to widen your reading choices further. Audible is offering free audio books to children for as long as they are learning from home. Take advantage of this and find a new favourite author. 

Click Here for free audio books

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Task 1: Go back through the story and look for any words that you don't know. Ask a grown up to help you find the meaning or use google to see what the words mean. Write some sentences to help you use these words correctly. 

Task 2: Reading for understanding. Having read or listened to the story again. Answer the questions in as much detail as you can to show that you understand the text. 

Click Here to view the Questions

Task 3: Let's think about the spellings we have seen. You have 6 words to focus on. Practice them so that you know how to spell them and then copy them into sentences. 

Click Here to view the spellings and sentences

Tasl 4: You might also want to have a go at learning this story. Try drawing out a story map to start with and then performing the story to your family at home. 

Monday 20th April 2020

The King of Fishes is a wishing tale. A wish is a magical request for something that you want.

Y4 English Starter 1

Write down your three.

1. 

2. 

3. 

Our Story 

This is a traditional story that has been passed around the world by many people which means that there are many different versions of the story out there. This is the version by Pie Corbett (we have read lots of his work before!)

Click Here to read the story

Click Here to listen to the story

Y4 English L1

Answer these questions:

What did you like about the story?

What surprised you?

What did it remind you of?

Daily Reading 

David Walliams has been sharing his books online. He will be making different stories available to listen to each day in the form of an audio book. 

Click Here for David Walliams' audio books

You could also use the time you have at home to widen your reading choices further. Audible is offering free audio books to children for as long as they are learning from home. Take advantage of this and find a new favourite author. 

Click Here for free audio books

 

 

 

Last Term's English  & Reading

As we have reached the end of another week not being able to come to school. I would like you to write another letter to share with us about your week. 

This week, tell me what you have been doing and how you are finding learning from home. What are you missing about coming to school? What are you looking forward to? 

If you have a message to give anybody at school then include it too and I will find a way to share these with everybody. 

 

Click here to share your writing 

Previous Writing Time Activities

Thursday 2nd April - Writing Time Activity

Wednesday 1st April - Writing Time Activity

Tuesday 31st March - Writing Time Activity

Monday 30th March - Writing Time Activity

Monday 23rd March - Writing Time Activity

Tuesday 24th March - Writing Time Activity

Wednesday 25th March - Writing Time Activity

Thursday 26th March - Writing Time Activity

Friday 27th March - Writing Time Activity

 

Reading 

First News is a newspaper designed for children, which we have copies of in the school library. They have very kindly made the newspaper and activities free for us to share with you while at home. I will be putting a selection of these on here each day for you to complete. 

First News Reading - Day 10 (Friday 3rd April)

First News Reading - Day 9 (Thursday 2nd April)

First News Reading - Day 8 (Wednesday 1st April)

First News Reading - Day 7 (Tuesday 31st March)

First New Reading - Day 6 (Monday 30th March)

David Walliams is also willing to share his stories with children. He will be making different stories available to listen to each day in the form of an audio book. 

Click Here for David Walliams' audio books 

Reading Activities from last week in case you missed them. 

First News Reading - Day 5 (Friday 27th March 2020) Scroll to bottom of the pdf for the discussion questions. This would make a great activity to do altogether as a family.

First News Reading - Day 4 (Thursday 26th March 2020)

First News Reading - Day 3 (Wednesday 25th March 2020)

First News Reading - Day 2 (Tuesday 24th March 2020)

First News Reading - Day 1 (Monday 23rd March 2020)

 

Read Write Inc.

Some of our children work with Miss Roberts each day in one of our Read Write Inc groups. If this applies to your child, then please follow the link to take part in a daily lesson. 

Click Here for Read Write Inc Lessons

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