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).
Discover the meanings of these words and make your own actions for them.
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Say each of the words and digraphs as they appear on the screen. Remember you can pause the video at anytime.
Visit the PhonicsPlay website and have a go at beating our time on the Phase 5 Tricky Word Truck.
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.
What words are these? Use the list above to help. Rewrite them in your neatest handwriting.
Watch the video and read through the PowerPoint to discover lots of interesting facts all about snails.
Label the picture of the snail.
Can you write some interesting snail facts around the outside of your labelled picture of the snail?
You could also write an exclamation sentence.
Remember these begin with 'What' or 'How' and always finish with an !
Henri Matisse is a French artist known for making colourful works of art. He used a variety of materials in his work, as Matisse became older, he began to work with brightly coloured paper and would ‘paint with scissors’ to cut out shapes, animals, leaves, dancers and flowers and then arrange them. One of Matisse's most famous works is called The Snail, he made this in 1953.Does the spiral pattern of shapes remind you of anything?
We are going to create our very own version of Matisse’s ‘The Snail’.
You will need: