Top Spelling Tips
The boys and girls have really enjoyed practising their spellings this week. Each Monday, the new spellings are handed out in their spelling books and they can practise these at home on any available paper you have. Here are some ideas on what to do.
#1 Rainbow writing
Get out your crayons, colouring pencils or felt pens and copy them out with as many colours as you can! Write them different sizes for extra effect.
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It's simple and the children really enjoy it!
#2 Laser lock camera
Write the word out for them. They look really hard (laser lock), take a picture in their mind and close their eyes. Ask them if they can see the word with their eyes closed. Ask them to repeat until they can picture the word. When they think they are ready, get them to write it without copying.
If you're stuck with your work or you want to tell us how well you're getting on you can email us!
Some more really useful websites :)
http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/forestPhonics/index.html - - Forest Phonics is a spelling game where you can select the phonemes you want to focus on.
https://www.starfall.com/h/word-machines/ - - Can you read the three letter (CVC) words on these animated word machines?
https://www.starfall.com/h/ltr-classic/- - A good learning to read site. There are good quality games and animated stories which children can interact with. The children can click on words to see what they say. Excellent for learning the sounds the letters make
Remember you can keep learning at home...
You can log on to Purple Mash and send work to your teacher too! We have set lots of activities for you to have a go at. We love looking at your work once you have finished! If you finish all these activities, you could choose some of your own to do!