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Monday 22nd June

Look at the words below. If you aren't sure of what any of them mean try defining them.

Are they verbs, nouns adjectives etc?

 

Have a go at writing sentences using these words.

 

e.g. The aircraft was made using the latest technology and superior materials. 

Tuesday 23rd June

Singular and plural possessive nouns with apostrophes. 

 

Can you remember learning about apostrophes for possession? Follow the link below to recap/find out more:

Complete the activity below:

Wednesday 24th June

Today we will be learning how to use the suffix 'ly'. Have you used this suffix before? Remember that a suffix is a group of letters placed at the end or replaces part of the end of a word to change its meaning. e.g. superb - superbly. 

 

Look at the words below and re-write them by adding the suffix 'ly'. 

 

sad               glad              bad 

 

Use the same rule for these other words below. What do you notice when you just add 'ly' to the end? Do they make sense? 

 

happy       accident    automatic 

 

 

Think about what you need to do in order to make them make sense. Research them if you need to. Some of the letters may need to be changed e.g. 

angry - angrily. 

 

Watch the video via the link below to learn more about how to use the suffix 'ly'.

Thursday 25th June

Look at the words in the box. Remember what we learned yesterday about the suffix 'ly'. 

 

Change all the words by adding ly to them and define them. Remember, some words may need some letters changing rather than just adding the suffix. 

Once you've done this, put your new words into sentences e.g. I clumsily slipped in the kitchen.

The root word for 'clumsily' was 'clumsy' and I had to change the ending by adding the letter i after the s and before ly. 

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