Spellings for this week:
Write a sentence for each spelling e.g. Be careful on the big slide.
In topic this week, we are learning how to make a compass! Click here to find out how
In English, we are writing instructions about how to make a compass.
Use this text map to help you write your sentences
What did you do?
- Use your time connectives: First, then, next, after that, finally.
-You could also use fronted adverbials, like "When you have finished..." "After putting the material on the ramp..." "When the car has stopped moving...".
- Try to use the coordinating and subordinating conjunctions we have been learning.
and but so because although while
- Make sure you write what you did in the correct order!
We are learning when to use the determiners a or an.
Which letters in the alphabet are vowels? Which are consonants? Watch this video to help you decide.
Circle all the vowels in the alphabet
a is used when the noun begins with a consonant (e.g. cat, dog, banana, coat)
an is used when the noun begins with a vowel (e.g. orange, apple, umbrella)
Use this song to help!
Now try and write these sentences using a or an correctly.