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The Storm Whale in Winter

 

You can read the story by downloading the PDF document below:

Monday - Making Inferences

Starter

Reread the WAGOLL using the actions you learnt last week.

 

Main Task 

Today we are looking at making inferences about the characters. Draw a gingerbread man like the one below. Inside, write some words that describe Noi. For example, Noi is kind, smart, brave etc.

On the outside write down reasons why you think he is like that. Look at the examples in blue to help you. Once you have done a gingerbread for Noi, have a go at doing one for his dad.

 

 

Tuesday - Using Conjunctions

 

Starter

Today we are looking at conjunctions. Can you make a list of the different conjunctions used in the story WAGOLL?

 

Main Task 

Look at the pictures from the story below. Can you write a sentence for each picture using a different conjunction? Remember to reread your sentence after you have written to check that it makes sense. 

 

Wednesday - Spellings

 

Starter

For your starter, please can you do a spelling test. Ask a family member to read out last weeks words and have a go at doing a spelling test just like we do in school. Once you have done, have a go at marking your answers. Good luck!

 

Main Task 

This week we are looking at spelling words ending in ary. Have a go at this fun Backwards Words spelling activity. Once you have done, have a go at writing your own sentence using the words.

 

 

 

For example:

Library    =     yrarbiL      

 

I love going to the library with my mum.

 

 

Thursday - Using Adverbs of Manner

 

Starter

Watch the video below to remind yourself of what an adverb is.

Adverbs of Manner (Describing Verbs)

Main Task

 

Look at the story pictures and have a go at writing a sentence for each picture using a different adverb. Feel free to use any of your own adverbs too! Remember to reread your sentence after you have written it to check that the adverbs fits that sentence and makes sense.

 

Friday - Prepositions of Place

 

Starter

Prepositions of place tell us where something is. Watch the video below to find out a little more.

Prepositions of place for children - The concept of space, for kids - Where things are

Main Task

 

Have a look at the pictures from the story. Where are the characters?

Can you use the word bank below to help you write some sentences using different Prepositions of Place? Have a look at the example first to help you.

 

 

A huge well done for completing all of this weeks English work. yes

Please remember to send us your work at year3@woodsideacademy.co.uk

We cannot wait to see all the amazing writing you have done! wink

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