Click the teacher log in and use the:
Then click on Big Cat Books and select your child's book band (email your class teacher if you need some guidance).
Read the following sentences from the story and talk to your grown up about what you think the meaning of each of the words highlighted in yellow is.
The sea snail slithered all over the rock.
But the tiny snail sighed and sniffed, then cried, "I've got it! I'll hitch a lift!"
When the tide was high and the stars were bright. A humpback whale, immensely long, who sang to the snail a wonderful song.
These are the waves that arched and crashed, that foamed and frolicked and sprayed and splashed.
Now can you have a go at writing each of these words in your own sentences.
Choose only five words from the list below to practice. Which of these do you find a little tricky when writing?
Practice writing each of your chosen words using the Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check method.
Write a simple sentence containing my chosen word.
In your neatest, joined up handwriting practice writing each of your chosen words in a sentence. You could also practice using conjunctions in your sentences.
Can you turn your chosen spellings into secret agent codes?
Use the grid to help you.
spelling = 19, 16, 5, 12, 12, 9, 14, 7
words = 23, 15, 18, 4, 19
Write adjectives around the picture to describe what the snail looks like.
Write short noun-phrases describing the snail on the back of the whale.
Write expanded noun-phrases about the snail, you could even include an exclamation about the size of the snail to the whale.