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Fluent in 5:
The /ʌ/ sound spelt ou.
This week work your way down the list of words taking two each day, writing each word three times and then writing a sentence for each word. Ask someone in your house to help test you.
1. Why does Tilly decide to go to school?
2. Why does she need to drag the chair across to the cupboard?
3. What does she decide is more important than teeth?
4. What type of girl do you think Tilly is? What makes you think this?
5. At this stage of the story, what question would you like answered about the characters or plot?
How much do we rely on electricity?
In this lesson, we will learn about mains and battery electricity. We will identify and sort appliances based on whether they are electrical or non-electrical and also whether they are powered by mains or battery electricity. We will explore the idea of a world without electricity.
Last week you practiced:
With a partner can you remind yourself of this 'call' and 'response' rhythm:
Now try this with a partner:
If you don't have an instrument at home, can you improvise with something in your house? (A jar of pasta, a wooden spoon and a saucepan, or use your hands as an instrument - tap the rhythm on the floor!)