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Encouraging Fearless Learners

You will have all of the half term to complete at least 1 activity from the sheet. These should be done to YOUR best standard and be something that YOU are proud of. 

 

Mathletics:


Since we have been working on Place Value, your activities on Mathletics will be linked to this. Please complete these to keep working on your maths skills!

Remember to keep going on your TTRockstars! Who is going to win this week’s Battle of the Bands?

 

Spellings:

Remember, we will be having a spelling bee at the end of every term which will focus on your knowledge of the term's spellings. Keep practising the rules and looking back at this page to help you :) 

This week's spellings are: for Friday 15th  November

literate

illiterate

polite

impolite

replaceable

irreplaceable

immovable

immortal

experiment

extreme

 

Previous spellings from this term have been:

Week 7 

legible

illegible

patient

impatient

relevant

irrelevant

improbable

imprecise

eighth

experience

Week 6

logical

illogical

possible

impossible

responsible

irresponsible

irrational

irrefutable

continue

different

 

Week 1

regret

regretting

regretted

limit

limiting

limited

occurrence

budgeted

accidentally

actually

Week 2

commit

committing

committed

fidget

fidgeting

fidgeted

regrettable

benefitted

believe

bicycle

Week 3

refer

referring

referred

fasten

fastening

fastened

forgettable

focused

breathe

business

Week 4

admit

admitting

admitted

offer

offering

offered

forbidden

preference

caught

century

legal

illegal

week 5

mature

immature

regular

irregular

illegitimate

illimitable

certain

consider

 

 Ways to help remember your spellings:

-Writing them in different ways (fancy letters, different colours for vowels and consonants, letter pyramids)

-Syllables. How many does it break into?

-Smaller words. Is there a smaller word in there you can spell that can help you?

-Ping pong. With another person, each person says the next letter of the word.

-Use it in a sentence. This helps remember the meaning of the word.

* These words are ones that you are more likely to use in your writing so make sure you are confident with these.