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Week 4 Overview

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Spellings

Have an adult test you on your spellings. 

Please send your result to your teacher.

 

Take a look at the new words – can you read them? 

Do you know what they all mean?

Here are some suggested methods to practice your spellings – use what helps you the most.

Spellings

Look, say, remember, cover, write, check

Spellings

Rainbow Write

First, write the words in pencil. Then trace over them in two different colours.

Spellings

Backwards Words

Write your spelling words forwards and then backwards! Remember to write neatly!

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tcesib

 

Spellings

Silly Sentences

Write silly sentences using a spelling word in each sentence. Underline the spelling words and write neatly!  Extra bonus if you can use all words in as few sentences as possible!

COMPREHENSION

Read the King of the Fishes

 

Complete the first three questions and the multiple-choice questions.

 

Complete ‘words, words, words’

 

Grammar

Review Coordinating Conjunctions

and

Subordinating Conjunction

 

Writing

Boxing-up The King of the Fishes

Think about the underlying pattern of the story.

 

Start to think about your own Wishing Tale

Grammar

Review

Subordinate Clauses

 

Writing

Get Creative! 

 

Pick an animal and draw or describe what the King or Queen of its kind would look like.

 

This is the character who will grant the wish in your Wishing Tale.

 

Now Plan your Wishing Tale.

Grammar

Make sure you use a variety of conjunctions and clauses in describing your main character.

 

Writing

First Section:

Introduce your main character showing your reader that your MC is poor.

Grammar

Subordinate Clause and Conjunctions

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Writing

Second Section: Introduce the new character (your king or queen you created on Wednesday) who is helped in some way by the main character.  Describe the new character in detail.

 

We will continue writing our story next week.

 

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