Wednesday 1st April
MC Grammar alert!
For all those of you who have been struggling to open my grammar sheet let me tell you a much better place to look for a grammar lesson.
Look on YouTube for MC Grammar live
Today MC Grammar taught all about nouns - proper nouns, common nouns and pronouns. Have a look at it.
On Friday his live lesson is about adjectives. You can learn his grammar songs to help you before Friday's lesson.
It's well worth a watch. Tell all your family too. It's for all ages.
Oh dear! You must think I've been playing an April Fool's trick on you. I have not put the English link on properly. I am working on trying to fix it. In the meantime, I think the maths links work.
Today is April Fools day. See if you can catch out someone in your family with a trick...but hurry you are supposed to play the trick before mid day.
I can hardly believe that it is mid week already. I hope that you are all doing really well and enjoying spending a lot of time with your lovely families.
Today's activities are in the link below.
If you want to try something different. I have heard that a funny teacher called MC Grammar is about to start doing daily You Tube lessons. Why not check them out. Let others know if they are good.
I'm sure that most of you will have finished your school reading book by now. If you lots of your own books you will have plenty to keep you busy with reading, but if not, I strongly recommend you read the ebooks at the following site.
You can register for the site and then you can access ebooks that are written for your age. The books also have some little activities that you can do. I have just read the story of Rumpelstiltskin which was one of my favourite stories when I was your age. But there are lots more to read there including non-fiction books.
I am also going to set an alphabet challenge each week. Write the alphabet in your home working book...then look for something that begins with each letter.
This week's challenge is to find the name of a tree for as many of the letters as you can. I'm guessing there won't be tree names beginning with x or even q but perhaps I'm wrong. Who can find tree names for most of the letters?