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From now on, I will giving you weekly spelling lists for you to practice at home and throughout the week there will be activities to complete to help you with them. Furthermore, we are also using the 'Spelling Shed' website - link below- to help you practice and learn your spellings. You will need to login to play the games- your logins can be found below. PLEASE ONLY USE YOUR DETAILS TO LOG IN.  

 This week I want you to focus on words that have the "ow" sound but are spelt 'ou'. The spellings for this week can be found below. Complete the tasks I have given below but also use the games on Spelling Shed. Challenge yourself!

 

Monday

Find out what all the words mean. You can either write the definition or draw a picture that shows what each word means. 

 

Tuesday

Write a sentence for each word. 

 

Wednesday

Practice your spellings using 'Look, say, cover, write, check'.

 

Friday

Ask someone to test you on this weeks spellings. 

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Monday

Today I want you to look at what an adverb is. Have a look at BBC Bitesize's lesson on adverbs and watch the video under 'LEARN' on how to identify them. Then complete the worksheet. Once you've completed the sheet, use the answer sheet to check what you have done. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbn492p

 

Tuesday

Today, we are going to be looking at adverbs that describe time- this means adverbs that describe WHEN something has happened. Answer the questions on the sheet below and then use the answer sheet to check your answers. 

Wednesday

Today, your work will be on adverbs that describe place- this means adverbs that describe WHERE something happens. Answer the questions on the sheet below and then use the answer sheet to check your answers.

Thursday

Today you will be looking at adverb that describe cause- this means adverbs that describe WHY something has happens. Answer the questions on the sheet below and then use the answer sheet to check your answers. 

 

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