This week we are looking at recording data.
We will be using the language total, altogether, more, less and difference.
Today's lesson is an activity lesson about tally charts. There is no worksheet today, but you can use your book or paper to write on if you need to.
This week's spelling rule is the /or/ sound spelled /a/ before ll and l.
Please practise writing your spellings on the sheet below.
As it is World Book Day on Thursday, for this week's English please choose from a range of activities linked to books (See below). I would love the children to share their work during our Zoom calls this week. I would also like you to send in pictures, writing or art work for our website gallery.
Which sentence is a command and which sentence is an exclamation?
Comb your hair please.
What a lovely day it is today!
Spelling /or/ as or, aw, au, ore, oar (revision)
Revise graphemes for or.
cork, saw, haul, wore, roar, Taunton, draw, boar
Can they think of any more words to go in each group?
Write the words and underline the or grapheme in each.
Write a sentence for each word which includes a conjunction. (but, so, because, when).