Tuesday 21st April 2020
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5 then find 'Sentences 5A'.
Please read through your letter and check for correct punctuation and spelling.
Here are the answers to yesterday's questions:
An astronaut is a person who goes up into space.
When astronauts are on the moon, they travel around in a moon buggy.
The two verbs that show how the astronauts got to space are 'blasted' and 'whooshed'.
The moon looks as if it is changing shape because parts of it are lit by the sun.
Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon.
This is your own opinion! I would like to go to Space because it would be an amazing opportunity; not many people have been there. I would like to experience blasting up to the Moon in a super fast space rocket!
Today's Guided Reading work is all about vocabulary and word meanings:
Imagine you are going to the Moon, think carefully about what you would take with you.
Can you learn the different parts of the rocket? These will help you with tomorrow's task.
If your family is getting ready for Ramadan, how are your preparations going? Here's the Ramadan booklet again if you want to do some extra activities:
It should be Singing Assembly today so I thought I'd send you a link to some of the songs that we usually sing and a few new ones. I'm always singing at home, and getting told off for being too loud!
Try out Week ONE today. There is a song for each day of the week:
There are activities linked to each song, too.