Homework this week- our next mini topic is about African art and the natural patterns that inspire it. What animals can you think of that live in Africa? Make a list as a starting point for our topic work investigations. Can you draw any African animals? Or can you draw the patterns that the animals have on their skins or coats?
Please return your homework by Wednesday 20th.
Homework this week- Our work about African art will lead on to our next Inspirational Individuals from History- Nelson Mandela and Rosa Parks.
Can you find out about one of them?
When did they live?
Where did they live?
Why are they famous?
What are they famous for?
You can present your work in any way you like for example draw and label pictures, write about what you find out or make a poster about the famous person you choose.
Please return this homework by Wednesday 4th December (2 weeks).
The words to learn for the second half of the Autumn term are
said, says, he, she, me, love, father, Christmas, our, friend, once, one, because, kind, both, old, cold, told, great, pretty, beautiful, past, who, any, clothes, people, busy, again, Mr, everybody
There will be a spelling test at the end of the half term and we will be practising these words at school as well!
Autumn Term 2019
ONGOING SPELLINGS TO LEARN
Each half term we will be learning to read a spell some of the common exception words from the National Curriculum. Here is a list of the words for this half term.
one, once, school, push, pull,
because, climb, child, children, told,
break, pretty, beautiful, class, move,
prove, improve, eye, who,
any, water, parents
Please help your child to learn to read and spell these words. Remember they don't follow any common spelling patterns so need to be learnt using the look, say, cover, write, check method. A template for this method can be found on the Hazel Class Page.