Please access the Training Space Youtube channel for daily writing challenges with Jane Considine, the author of The Write Stuff.
Spelling fun with Sir Linkalot https://vimeo.com/412058751/b44c4737dd
If you like this, look him up on Youtube. He is live every day at 2pm with a daily spelling fun session.
SPELLINGS this week
Please write these in a meaningful sentence. Ask someone at home to test you at the end of the week.
Mrs Christopherson's Group:
wb 18.5.20 possible horrible terrible visible incredible sensible forcible legible responsible reversible
wb 11.5.20 shoulder smoulder mould poultry soul shallow window blown known thrown
wb 4.5.20 produce present reason silence support transport surprise scratch freeze balance. Write two sentences for each word: one using the word as a noun, one using the word as a verb.
wb 27.4.20 challenge protest broadcast benefit charge function influence interest object damage
wb 20.4.20 programme telegram hologram diagram grammar grammatical parallelogram monogram programmer program
wb: 30.3.20: foreign apparent appreciate persuade individual language sufficient determined explanation pronunciation
wb 23.3.20: signature assign design designate significant resignation resign insignificant assignment signal
Mrs Rider's group:
wb 18.5.20 non-stop non-stick non-starter non-smoker nonsense non-fiction non-drip non-violent non-profit non-believer
wb 11.5.20 exit extend explode excursion exchange export exclaim expel external exterior
wb 4.5.20 autograph autobiography automatic autofocus autocorrect autopilot autorotate automobile autonomy autocue
wb 27.4.20 antiseptic anticlockwise antisocial antidote antibiotic antivenom anti-ageing antifreeze antiperspirant antigravity
wb 20.4.20 interact interfere intercity international intermediate internet intergalactic interrupt intervene interlude
wb 30.3.20: length strength purpose history different difficult separate suppose therefore knowledge
wb 23.3.20: solve solution insoluble dissolve solvent sign signature assign design signal
CHALLENGE: Write a letter to someone or a story including THREE or more of your spelling words. Make a word search for someone else to solve. Practise your spellings using cursive handwriting or bubble writing. Brainstorm words within words.
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Mrs E Christopherson
Year 6 Class teacher