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Friday 3rd April 2020

Remember…Friday = Fri-yay!! You now have two weeks OFF from work! Please make sure you enjoy yourself and eat as much Easter ‘yummy-ness’ as you can!

 

Writing

To be completed in your Red Book. Please make sure you write the date and LO neatly, then underline with a ruler.

Friday 3rd April 2020

LO: To write a non-fiction report to explain what happens in spring.

 

Welcome to spring! Spring is a very special time of year; it is the season of hope, new life and new growth, spring cleaning and starting afresh!

 

Imagine you are writing to someone who grew up in a tropical country (where it is hot all year long and they do not have spring like we do).

 

Write a non-fiction report to explain what happens in spring.

  • Use subheadings, starting with ‘Introduction’ and then choosing 3 more from below.

  • Underline the subheadings
  • Write a paragraph for each subheading
  • Write neatly and remember to use capital letters and full stops correctly.
  • Remember our work on adjectives from Thursday and try to include some of this into your writing today.
  • Finish with a Conclusion paragraph, summarising what you have written and why it is a special time of year.

 

Layout Example:

 

Spring

Introduction

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Weather

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

April Fool’s Day

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Easter

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Conclusion

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

Reading

Read aloud either a ‘reading for pleasure’ book from home or your school reading book to an adult for 15 minutes. Record your reading in your link book and ask your helper to sign.

 

Spelling

Remember to practise your spellings for 10 minutes every day.

Dahl, Rosen and Rowling: poisonous, mountainous, famous, various, tremendous, enormous, jealous, serious, obvious, spontaneous

 

Walliams Group: room, last, jumped, even, before, because (big elephants can always understand small elephants) Bonus words: famous, enormous, serious

 

Q: What did one Easter egg say to the other?

A: Heard any good yolks today?

 

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