This collection of material is not intended to be shared in any way or redistributed. We miss reading to you all in class so instead, we are doing it remotely until we can reunite once more... very soon 😀. Enjoy listening to, and reading, some of Roald Dahl’s most splendiferous stories and pooflebang poems!
I chose this chapter from Matilda because the Trunchbull, who is a mean old monster, meets her match with Bruce.
I hope you enjoy this chapter. Be good and we’ll see you soon x
Friday 5th March
Thursday 4th March 2021
Year 6 have been working hard creating their very own Chinese Dragons. We finally finished today, and took them on a walk around school. Firstly, to see Mrs Penney from her window, before venturing onto the KS1 playground. We were greeted by some very excited KS1 children, who offered to play some Chinese music they had learnt whilst the dragons danced.
Listen to the story; can you understand any words ? Pause the video to see if you can guess the animal names ! What is the Spanish word for big ? What is the Spanish word for small ? Did you notice what happens to the adjective in Spanish ? It is usually after the noun in Spanish so instead of saying BIG FISH in Spanish we say FISH BIG ! ( pez grande) .
This story is in Spanish . Listen to it and look at the pictures . Can you understand any words ? You could pause the video and try to repeat each page in Spanish ! ( Shhh , it’s a secret ....The English is at the top of the page if you are stuck .) What do you think the message of this story might be ?
Spanish story part 1 introduction and vocabulary . Listen and repeat .
Find out how Sant Jordi is celebrated in Catalunya in Northern Spain .
Where in Spain do they celebrate Saint George’s Day ? Why ? How do they celebrate ?
Mira y dibuja un arco iris con María y Carlos . Watch and draw a rainbow with María and Carlos.
See You Again by Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the video and for the patience shown while it was compiled. Just LOVE IT!! 💙
A snippet of our VE Day celebrations last Friday with my son, Sam, playing trumpet.
Noah has written his story based on the Ironman by Ted Hughes. It's a real treat to listen to him read it with so much expression. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Izzy wrote a fabulous story for us. I wonder whether you can guess what Duplo was dreaming about as you listen to the story? She hopes you enjoy listening to it.
I am determined to master the art of hula hooping so that when school opens again, I can do it! This is my progress so far! Can you do it? I need your top tips.
Watch this short video to help you write a review of any new books you'v read. You can also draw a picture of the main character(s). Email your review to email@example.com and we will share it with your friends on the Year 2 class pages. Happy reading 🤓📚
How many socks does it take you to get one balanced on the door?
Try to beat your own score every time! If you find it tricky, try using a balloon to get you started. If a football is too easy, how many can you do with a tennis ball?
I was worried how long it was going to take me so I did a separate video 😀
I'm asking for your help yet again! The object of this game is to make the target number, or get as close to it as possible, using any of the 4 operations. Be careful, you can use each of the numbers only once. Remember to email me with your answers on: firstname.lastname@example.org
For those of you not familiar with the game Scrabble, the object of the game is to find the longest word possible using the letters on the 7 tiles given. Can you see how many words you can find? You can use each letter tile only once to make a word. See how many 'real' words you can find and if you're feeling super clever you may just find a 7-letter word. Remember to email me with your answers on: email@example.com
Challenge! Team T have been learning to spell their names in using the BSL alphabet. Now, they want know your name... Can you use the BSL alphabet to sign your name and ask your friend for theirs?
Team T signing Lean On Me in SSE/BSL in support of Deaf Awareness Week 2020