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Thursday 4th March

Once again please follow Tuesdays sound and word videos and then read the book for the 3rd time. You should be beginning to be familiar with the story  so see if you can read it slightly faster to help you understand the whole story. Then answer the questions at the back before looking at the grammar and vocabulary sections below.

grammar- adjectives.mp4

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Vocabulary- adjectives.mp4

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Proofread -spelling.mp4

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Proofread-grammar.mp4

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Jump in- Hairy fairy.mp4

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Thursday 25th February

After a request I have copied yesterdays daily sound and word videos so that you no longer need to go back, just  follow the videos below. For a change you may wish to read the speedy words on paper ,so you will find the PDF file  before the Hold  a sentence video.

Poor Goose-speed sounds.mp4

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Poor goose green words.mp4

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Poor goose -sylables.mp4

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Now please  read the story for the second time.

Poor goose -Hold a sentence 1.mp4

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Poor goose -Hold a sentence 2.mp4

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now if you are ready follow the jump in video below.

Poor goose-Jump in.mp4

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Thursday 11th February

Please re-read the story to build up fluency and memory of the details as we will not be writing about Barker until after half term. Then follow the Grammar and Vocabulary videos below.

Barker Spelling and Grammar

BARKER -Grammar, noun phrase.mp4

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Barker- Vocabulary.mp4

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Spelling.mp4

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Spelling.mp4

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Grammar -errors

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Thursday 4th February

Today we are going to start our Big write but first have a bit of fun with the speed sounds.

Thursday -Fun speed sounds.mp4

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The mouse house- Big Write.mp4

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 Don't forget to use the really useful words , they will help you give clear instructions.If you have finished your instructions please return to yesterdays spellings and try them again.

Thursday 28th January

Today we are moving on to the Grammar and Vocabulary sections, please work through previous sound and speedy word videos before continuing.

Don't forget to practice your spellings for the week - remember  'Look, Cover, Write, Check'.

Grammar.mp4

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vocabulary.mp4

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proof reading spelling and grammar.mp4

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Thursday 21st January

 

Today we will now include set 3 sounds at  2 seconds  but please keep practicing  the speedy words and the words in syllables before you read the story for the 3rd time , don't forget the questions at the end. We will then look at the spellings, the red words are the same as last week and the green words are all using set 2 sounds.

Set 3 speedy sounds

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Grammar- nouns.mp4

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Vocabulary.mp4

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Proofread-spelling

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Proofread -grammar.mp4

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Thursday 14th January. - Good morning everyone  please use yesterdays sound and word videos before your second read of the book - Grow your own radishes . Then move on to hold a sentence.

Grow your own radishes - Hold a sentence 1.mp4

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Grow your own radishes- Hold a sentence2

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Welcome to Thursday 7th January RWI . today I will be experimenting trying to extend my IT skills so expect mistakes. However remember we learn more from our mistakes than our successes !

set3 speed sounds.mp4

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zoom_0.mp4

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Now do your 2nd read of the book and focus on the compound words and those with the 'ed' endings. If you are happy that you know the story now try the questions at the end of the book. You can then move onto 'Hold a sentence' 

hold a sentence1.mp4

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