Good morning on this Terrific Tuesday!
I've been checking my seedlings. Mrs T has read the story of The Dragon of Brog
Unfortunately I forgot to label them! for you. Such a great story! Really made me
So I have no idea what is growing now! chuckle! You can listen to it here.
Perimeter of rectangles
Remember 1m = 100cm
Let's read this poem
Land of the Ocean Noise
Smooth path of ships
Realm of lobsters
This is a type of list poem called a Kenning. The word Kenning ceoms from the Anglo-Saxons who enjoyed playing word games, a bit like riddles and it means "describe." For instance, a milk-lapper = a cat.
This poem is all about the sea. Can you think of any other kenning names for the sea? and for a cat?
Have a look at the attached sheet, read the Kennings, see if you can guess which animal they are describing. (There is a clue sheet too if you get stuck!)
This week's spellings are now on Spelling Shed
Ms B's group is learning Nouns become verbs with the suffix - tion
Ms T's group is learning Plurals ending in -s -ies -es
3. Keeping Fit
Have a go at Mr C's Target challenge
Monsieur Sage would like you to watch the video all about cafe foods and drinks
As always you have a choice for reading.
You can continue reading your own books or read the latest First News newspaper
and have a go at this crossword from First News.