Good morning lovely children.
Remember to try your best!
Please aim for 30 minutes (15 each) of handwriting and phonics per day.
Grammar: This week we are learning about the suffixes -er and -est where there is no change to the root word. A suffix is a word part that's added to the end of a root word to change the meaning.
Re-order words to create full sentences; use adjectives to describe animals.
Today's activity focuses on finding half 1/2 of shapes, objects and numbers.
Game time! Find half of the numbers.
Today's activity focuses on a place called the Cairngorms National Park as part of our UK Rivers, Seas and Mountains topic. This park is in Scotland.
Here are some of Canada's oceans, rivers and mountains.
We have the Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. I live closest to the Atlantic Ocean.
The river is called the Ottawa River. Ottawa is the Capital of Canada. It is a beautiful Province. My brother lives here so I get to visit sometimes. I love going on bike rides along the river.
The mountains are the Rocky Mountains. These are very famous and big. They stretch all the way from Western Canada to the United States. I hope one day I will get to visit these beautiful mountains. They are very far from where Miss Tanner lives, on the whole other side of the country!