To start today's phonics please can you recap all of your phase 3 and phase 5 sounds.You can use your sound mats or you could use the flash cars on phonics play www.phonicsplay.co.uk
Can you now practice your tricky words- You need to be able to read and spell these.
Today we are continuing with our split diagraphs. Today we are looking at the sound
u_e like in flute
Again you can practice using the games on phonics play or i have attached some sheets and games at the bottom of this page
Now try using different words to join sentences.
A conjunction links words or groups of words within a sentence.
A cat crept up the tree as the bird pecked the apple and ate it noisily.
Coordinating conjunction: A coordinating conjunction joins groups of words which are of the same importance in the sentence.
Bread and cheese; Jack and Jill.
Main clauses can be joined with coordinating conjunctions such as ‘or’, ‘and’, or ‘but’.
Subordinating conjunction: A subordinating conjunction introduces a subordinate clause, such as ‘after’, ‘although’, ‘as’, ‘because’, ‘before’, ‘if’, ‘since’, ‘when’ and ‘while’.
The cat watched the bird quietly because he didn’t want to scare it away.
Now click the link to have a go at the following activity.
Now time for your Friday challenge! Watch the following video.
See the Activity challenge sheet at the bottom of this page.
Computer code is a set of rules or instructions.
It is made up of words and numbers and when you put them in the right order it will tell your computer what you want it to do.
You can program lots of things with code.
Watch this video to find out more about coding
Help Crash and Boot and their robot Dogg-I find things that can be programmed with code. Try to beat the clock and collect as many as possible!
Practise using computational thinking to solve puzzles. Help Ranger Jack use the powers of abstraction to save his struggling zoo!