Unbelievably this is the last week of half term. Well done for all of your hard work that has been sent. Literacy this week will be focussed on a recap of some basic skills and some activities just for fun.
Todays activity is looking at adjectives, we have practiced these whilst in school. An adjective is a word that is used to help describe something.
There is a short video clip opposite to help remind you of how they are used.
At the bottom of the page you will find an activity sheet, you need to copy out the passages and add in some interesting adjectives.
We will have a lok at nouns today. A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing or idea.
A simple sentence below shows examples of highlighted nouns.
Mr Redding was so excited to read his favourite book over the weekend.
Play the game opposite to help you understand nouns a bit better.
There is an activity sheet for you to complete, where you need t write your own examples of nouns.
|Wednesday||Todays job you will need to use your learning from the last 2 days. At the bottom of the page you will find an activity sheet, read the instructions carefully as some of the taks will need you to use adjectives and nouns!|
Today we wil be learning about verbs. A verb is a word that tells us of an action that is happening. Some simple examples of a verb are; reading, sleeping, walking, laughing.
Play the game opposite to help you understand them better.
Next complete the activity sheet at the bottom of the page.
Verbs can be used in lots of different ways and in different tenses. We have looked at tenses in school previously, past, present and future.
You activity today is to write simple verbs into different tenses, there is a table to help you at the bottom of the page.