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Go through some examples of the work done over the last week.
The whales feelings in the different places that he visited with the snail.
The good and bad things for a whale to have
Watch the video clip below, but stop after 2mins 40 secs. (after eating krill)
Discuss any new fact that we have now found out, or that might be important to our argument. Model the main activity.
Ask your child to create a plan for their writing. (see attached document)
Mrs Roberts and Mrs Morris
ai, igh, oa, ar, or, ur, ow, oi, oy, ear
Mrs Warner's Group
Re- Cap Tricky words: pull, full, our, door, floor, poor
Recap- Sounds: wh, ph, tch, kn, gn, a-e, ing
Recap- sound: ed (words ending in the sound)
Practise reading and spelling words: walked, hunted, looked, booked
Practice writing tricky words
Ms King's Phonics
Re-cap tricky words: it’s children, have, like, some, come, were, little, one, saw, there, when, what, don’t, old, oh, very, people, made, make, came, day
Re-cap sounds: ow, ur, ea, ie, i-e, oe, o-e, ue, u-e, aw, au, ew, ay, a-e, e-e, ow Ey, ou
Re-cap for reading: strouch, prounsh, found
Introduce words for writing: sound, amount, shout, ground
Practice writing simple sentences/captions: The whales don’t like the sound of the speed boats. Please don’t shout!
p.m. Phase 5 phonic activity: sentences matching to images.