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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. What does 'she didn't normally wake up of her own accord' mean?
2. What animal was on her funny clock?
3. Why is 'He must be making breakfast' and 'He must be in the shed' in italics?
4. Where do you think Dad is?
Go back to yesterday's page to read the Mission Possible story again or listen to an audio version of the story here: https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/mission/s-qMLb31YjpM7.
Now map out the key events of Mission Possible in a story mountain below.
In this lesson, we will be learning about voltmeters and ammeters. We will then investigate what happens when we change the number of cells and lamps in a circuit. We will be writing predictions and conclusions in this lesson. You will need a pencil, a piece of paper and a ruler.
Today we will be looking at our emotions and our well-being, understanding these are so important for our mental health.
First, create your own emotional graffiti board. Use one whole page in your home learning journal to write as many emotions as you can think of. Look at some examples of emotions below:
Use bold writing, bright colours and pictures to create your own.
Now, can you match the similar feelings together in the picture below, and rank them on a scale of intensity. Use a dictionary, as an adult or use google to find the meaning of any of the words if you are unsure what they mean.
e.g. happy, cheery, joyful, ecstatic