For Phonics this week we are focusing on tricky words.
Have a look at the tricky words on this sheet - Print off 2 copies. On one, colour any words you can read green and work on the ones you find a bit tricky. On the second - get someone to quiz you on how to spell them. If you spell them correctly, colour them green then practise any that you got wrong.
This week we are focusing on number formation and a recap of spelling the number words to 9. I've included 12 this week too as it's a tricky one!
Literacy - Topic - History
Imagine you were going to meet Shakespeare - write a list of questions you would ask him. Remember to use you '?' at the end of every question.
With an adult to help you, research and write about Tudor past times/leisure activities - things they liked to do in their spare time.
A few ideas:
Research each activity and write a little about each one.
You have just had post! A letter from the king inviting you to join his Knights.
Write a letter back to the king to say why you would be the best Knight for the job, what are your skills, strengths. Tell him a little about yourself too - what do you like to do in your spare time, favourite hobbies? What qualities do you have that would make you a good knight? (Remember you're a Tudor!)
Complete the reading comprehension about houses and homes.
Research pictures of Tudor houses, how are they different from our homes today?
Write about how your life compares to a Tudor life. Think about:
What you eat?
Where you live
What you wear
Your past times/hobbies
Plant a seed!
Write a set of instructions for how to plant a seed and if possible - create a video recording of yourself doing it like we've been learning to do in school.
Keep a diary over the next few weeks of what happens to your seed as it begins to grow.
Draw pictures to show different ways you keep your money safe.