Take a look at this spelling pattern
–y at the end of words.
This is by far the most common spelling for this sound at the end of words.
Now take at look at how the word changes.
The y is changed to i before –es is added.
Write a sentence of your own to include a word using ‘ies’
Reading comprehension today.
You will be reading ‘A tale of two feathers’. (This is in the resources section.)
Please note that there are different ‘chilli’ level question pages (mild, medium and hot). Remember to stretch yourself and write full sentences as answers when the question requires it. We would be doing this in school.
Once you have had fun answering the questions then go through the answer page and check your answers and correct where you need to. This ‘review and improve skill’ is an important part of writing. Mistakes are how we learn!
To get your brain ready for maths do quick halving of even numbers. How many can you do in 5 minutes?
There are some fun clips and games to remind you about arrays on the BBC Daily learning page.
Challenge one: Make different arrays to show 18
Challenge 2: Use arrays to work on some 2, 5, 10, 3 or 4 times tables. (You could roll a dice and multiply by your chosen number).
There is an optional PDF worksheet if you would like more maths fun!
There is a picture below to remind you of what arrays are.
Yippeeeeeee for Tasty Tuesday.
Let's see what yummy delights you can cook up this afternoon. Remember the cooking can be linked to the evening meal if that helps.