My group’s spellings are: gym, cygnet, crystal, mystery, pyramid, iguana, igloo, itch, image and injure.
Mrs Hopkinson’s spellings are: sat, sit, pat, pin, hand.
I would like you to write your own folktale, using the story planner we created on Friday. Some of you decided that you wanted to write a story about how the elephant got its trunk, or how the camel got its hump or even why the monkey swings from tree to tree! Enjoy writing.
We are still revisiting column addition until the end of the week. Answer these questions below and push yourself by trying to be the teacher!
Design & Technology:
This week, we are making our healthy sandwiches to share with our grown up at home. The four skills I would like you to concentrate on are: spreading the butter, grating the cheese, slicing the tomato/cucumber and layering each ingredient. This must be done with the help of an adult and you should not be using any equipment on your own.
Mrs Bolton’s topic lesson this week is to understand that the pharaoh was the most important person in Ancient Egypt. Use this website to find out more about famous pharaohs and write down some facts that you learn. Can you find out about the most famous pharaoh Tutankhamen?
Use the Oxford Owl website and log in using the username: prioryy3 and the password: Priory3. Don’t forget to ask a parent to sign your reading record!