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Week 5 - 4th May

Welcome to week five Willow Class,

 

I can't believe it's May already! I really hope you are all doing well and enjoying your home learning smiley Thank you again for all the pictures I've been able to add to our Class Gallery page. It's looking fantastic and I know your friends are all excited to see how you are getting on. 

 

You've been working brilliantly on Times Table Rock Stars. Particularly last Thursday when, together as a band, you played for 35 minutes! Great job laughyes We are now 20th compared with schools in our area. I wonder if we can get even higher on the leaderboard? 

 

I hope you are still helping at home where you can! Stay safe and I will see you soon,

 

Mrs Stonehouse 

 

 

Week 5

Spellings – The /l/ or /əl/ sound spelt '-el' at the end of words and some common exception words. 

                       tunnel                     

                    towel              

                       tinsel

                    parcel

                       angel

                     label

                         old

                     cold

                        hold

                      told

 

In school we have looked at the /l/ or /əl/ sound spelt '-le', for example; bottle, muddle, little etc. Now we are going to look at another spelling for this phoneme (sound) which is '-el'. 

 

Potential activities:

Type 'Em: Can you type your spelling words on the computer? Can you make each word a different colour and font? 

Magazine Words: Can you cut out letters from magazines to make your spelling words then stick them down? Make sure to ask for permission before you cut anything up smiley

 

Project

Giuseppe Arcimboldo was a famous artist who painted pictures of people using flowers and foods. Your project this week is to create a self-portrait using fruits and vegetables as your main features. For example, you might use a carrot for your nose, or grapes for your eyes! You could draw it, paint it, use cut out pictures. It's up to you. Here are some of his paintings and a couple of pictures that other children have done to get you inspired! I can't wait to see what you create laughyes

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