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Monday 26th April

LO: To add the ending ed to verbs where no change is needed to the root word.

 

Start the lesson by listening to our key text. 

Supertato

Books Alive! Read aloud the first instalment of the ground breaking, earth shattering superhero franchise - SUPERTATO! By Sue Hendra and Paul LinnetMore funn...

Now add the suffix ed to these root words. I have completed the first one for you.

jumped

wash

push 

mash 

help

 

We are going to use some of our new words in sentences about our key text. Remember you must use:

  • capital letters
  • full stops
  • spaces between words
  • words with the suffix ed

Here is my example

 

Supertato washed broccoli's face.

Use the images below to help you think of ideas for sentences.

 

 

Wednesday 28th April

To understand and talk about the characteristics within a known key story.

 

Listen to our key text again, using the link from Monday.

 

Today we are going to order images from the story to show we understand the order the key themes. 

 

1. Print and cut out or draw the images in numbered boxes from 1-10. Keep listening to the story to help you.

In the white boxes add some key words and phrases to tell me what is happening in each image. 

Example...

Evil pea, jelly.

Thursday 29th April

To sequence sentences to form short narratives.

 

Over the next two days we will be writing the story of Supertato.

Below are five images in the correct order.

 

For each image write one sentence, this will form a short narrative. 

Remember to use:

  • capital letters
  • full stops
  • spaces between words
  • words with the suffix ed

 

Here is my example to help you. I have highlighted features of the year 1 curriculum in orange.

 

 

 

One day there was a mysterious noise in the supermarket. The carrot asked for help! The broccoli was furious because someone had drawn on his face. The cucumber was wrapped up in toilet roll. Supertato to the rescue!

Friday 30th April

To sequence sentences to form short narratives.

 

Today we will be completing our writing of the story of Supertato. Below are five images in a muddled up order. Your first job is to put the images in order. 

 

For each image write one sentence, this will form a short narrative. 

Remember to use:

  • capital letters
  • full stops
  • spaces between words
  • words with the suffix ed

 

Words you might use....

jumped

crashed

mashed

trapped 

 

 

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