Monday 15th June
Read the sentences below. Can you spot any spelling mistakes? Do you know how they should be spelt? Some of the words spelt incorrectly may sound the same as what the correct spellings are they just need to be spelt differently e.g. there = they're.
Identify the spelling mistakes and re-write the sentences with the correct spellings.
Max's mum said that there just playing in the garden.
It was they're turn to throw the ball.
You was supposed to be going to the party.
There all going to the seaside today.
Tuesday 16th June
Today we will be looking at prefixes. Do you know what a prefix is? A prefix is a group of letters places before a word. The opposite the suffixes which we were learning about before! Adding the prefix can change the word's meaning.
Follow the link below to find out more about prefixes:
How many words can you think of with the prefix
un dis in re
Some examples are: well = unwell
Wednesday 17th June
Recap what you've learned about prefixes from yesterday. Remember that a prefix is a group of letters that can be placed at the start of a word to change it's meaning.
e.g. agree = disagree
How many words can you think of with the prefix:
Sub inter super anti auto
e.g. freeze = antifreeze
Define any new words you aren't sure of.
Thursday 18th June
Using your knowledge of prefixes, have a look at these below and see what words you can create. Extra point if you can give a definition!