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WC 28.9.20 Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation (SPaG)

Spelling rule phoneme l, z and k spelt - ll/zz/ck – see attached poster and spelling practice sheet.

 

Please also learn the common exception words:

to

today

of

(put them into a verbal sentence to show you know the meaning of these words too)

 

Our grammar and punctuation focus this week is finger spaces. Please practise writing simple sentences using your finger spaces in between each word. Try and make your finger spaces consistent size gaps.

You could try these sentences below … get your family member to read the sentence out loud and you have a go writing them.

**Remember to use our pre-cursive letter formation in your writing.

 

The cat sat on the mat.

It is Monday today.

A bag of sweets.

I went to the park.

A dog in the mud.

Monday - weekly spellings - read and put into a verbal sentence to show understanding. Also the common exception words to today of

Tuesday - missing word (look at the challenge level LA just starting to blend Pink reading books - MA more confident reader starting to sight read Red reading books HA confident reader reading new sounds Yellow reading books and above)

Wednesday - missing word activity - missing word (look at the challenge level LA just starting to blend Pink reading books - MA more confident reader starting to sight read Red reading books HA confident reader reading new sounds Yellow reading books and above)

Thursday - missing word activity - missing word (look at the challenge level LA just starting to blend Pink reading books - MA more confident reader starting to sight read Red reading books HA confident reader reading new sounds Yellow reading books and above)

Friday - spelling test

Test the 10 spellings and the 3 Common Exception Words

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