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Literacy

Reading

Reading is an integral part of our daily routine. To ensure that your child still has the opportunity to practice their skills of decoding and comprehension, please use Bug Club, where your child will have access to a host of books all at their current book band level.

 

 Click here to access Bug Club.

 

Your child's login details have been sent home on a login card and they should also have their details written in the inside page of their home reading records.

 

If you complete any work online then your teacher would love to read it! Please either upload it onto the Teams group or email your teacher at:

 

macfadyenh@hwbcymru.net (Mrs Evans)

hardwidger@hwbcymru.net (Mrs Hardwidge)

reddingk1@hwbcymru.net (Mr Redding)

 

We will try to get back to you with some feedback ASAP!

Don't miss out on our daily discussions on the HWB Teams app! Daisy Class Home Learning and Cowbridge Class Home Learning.

Here are the Literacy Activities for the Week Beginning 30.3.20

HWB- means that the activity has also been assigned via the Teams app and can be completed there interactively enabling teacher feedback upon submission

Here are the Literacy activities for the week beginning 23/3/20.

HWB- means that the activity has also been assigned via the Teams app and can be completed there interactively enabling teacher feedback upon submission

HWB - Comprehension Task - Read the Lotions and Potions e-book and answer the questions for your group

Download the LOTIONS & POTIONS e-book below if using an Apple iPad or Mac computer for a fully immersive reading experience with videos and lots of interactive features!

 

https://books.apple.com/us/book/lotions-and-potions/id1493983916

 

Daily Diary

 

Write a daily diary describing what you get up to whilst at home. You can include information such as:

 

* How you and your family are feeling

* What activities you have completed within a day

* What you have found exciting or challenging

* If you have been out for a walk anywhere

 

You can complete your diary in a notebook, on paper or in Word online using your HWB account. 

 

Acrostic Poems

Watch BBC Bitesize clip to remind you how to write an acrostic poem (we have done these before).

 

Think of words connected with Romans that you could use for example; gladiator, colosseum, mosaic, shield, etc.

 

Can you write an acrostic poem using some of these words?

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