Spellings Next 20 words in the year 5 / 6 spelling list.
competition conscience conscious controversy convenience correspond criticise curiosity definite desperate determined develop dictionary disastrous embarrass environment equipped equipment especially exaggerate We need to make sure we know all of the Year 5 / 6 words by the end of the term so we will be testing the children on 20 of these each week.
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Gracie Grammar An animation of words to use as an alternative to 'said'.
Lastly - remember to start your sentences in different ways.
can include them in our narrative writing next week.You will have access to the Internet and books in class so don't worry if you don't have the Internet at home.Find out information about your country of choice, such as: Capital, population, land area, flag, major rivers, mountains, tourist destinations, history etc.A free spelling game where every word from the KS2 spelling curriculum is included. A teaching aid about verbs which can be used to introduce them or for revision.Each word is read aloud, included in a sentence and broken into syllables. It looks at their function and includes activities to identify them and find synonyms.You will be choosing one country of your own choice and will be spending a few weeks researching that particular country.You should try to do some research at home, using books and the Internet, ready to design a 'Fact File' in class.For the next 2 weeks you will be completing your personal research about your chosen country in Topic work.Please continue to work at home to up-level your fact files and posters.You can really find out as many things as possible... For your English homework this week, I would like you to write an advert for a Lego item. A set you got for Christmas or perhaps one that you would really, really like to own. You are all working so hard in maths and as you know, next week will be our last full week in school.You will have the chance to show what you know this coming week by sitting some practice assessments in maths, so keep those skills sharp!