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Spelling

Today we are going to continue looking at the present tense. To show that the verb is happening now, we need to add the suffix -ing.

Here are some examples:

jumping

climbing

flying

going

 

Just like when we looked at the past tense adding -ed, there are some verbs that need you to add a double consonant before the suffix.

These words have only one syllable, end in a consonant and have a vowel before the consonant. In these words, we must double the consonant before adding -ing.

 

Here are some examples:

 

running

popping

humming

skipping

 

Read the powerpoint attached and write your own sentences using some of the words below:

 

clapping

grabbing

stopping

tapping

tripping

planning

English

Today we are going to be looking at another feature of instructions- imperative verbs. Imperative verbs are verbs we use to be bossy. For example:

 

Sit on the chair.

Mix up the ingredients.

Chop the banana.

 

Instructions need imperative verbs to tell the reader exactly what to do!

 

Watch Mrs Bragg's video to learn more about imperative verbs:

https://southglade.primarysite.media/media/14121

 

 

Here is the video mentioned in Mrs Bragg's video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oApd0goKJDM

Maths

 

Today we are finally looking at using the multiplication symbol! We will be putting our knowledge of equal groups and repeated addition to use and creating some multiplication number sentences. 

 

Watch the video of Miss Storer here: 

 

https://southglade.primarysite.media/media/multiplication-140121

 

Then have a go at the worksheet and challenge underneath.

Maths challenge

P.E - Join in with some silly Pop See Ko dancing!

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