Spellings - try and do 20 minutes everyday
From now on we are 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.
I will be checking your progress regularly. There is a school leaderboard too - can you be at the top?
This week's spelling focus is - revision
A fronted adverbial goes at the beginning of a sentence.
It describes the verb in the sentence.
It describes where, when and how.
E.g. For many years, the world she lived in had seemed miserable and grey.
As she watched the balloon soaring upwards, a glimmer of hope sparked inside her.
Your challenge is to write a short story about the little girl and the red balloon and include at least 2 examples of fronted adverbials. Please highlight these once you have finished your story.
In a world where everything seemed black and white, it brought colour. In a world where things were often bleak, it brought joy.
The drawing of a girl’s outstretched fingers pointed at the red balloon as it floated skywards.
This week we continue looking at relative clauses. View the PowerPoint on Using relative clauses and then answer the questions on the PACE sheet. I've included the answers for you so you can self-mark
Carrying on from yesterday, today we look at Omitting relative pronouns. View the PowerPoint on relative clauses and then answer the questions on the PACE sheet. I've included the answers for you so you can self-mark