5th May -15th May
Mrs McGovern can be contacted during school hours by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
How are you? I hope you and your family are keeping well. Its summer already, can you believe it? We’re so lucky its sunny. I hope you’re enjoying all the extra time at home with Mam and Dad.
Please find reading, and spelling activities below and if you need anything at all please let me know by emailing email@example.com.
The ebooks I’d like you to read this week are from
You can read the ebooks for free by joining up to their website and clicking on the parents button and adding your username and password.
Here are two from the selection:
Cool Clive -please read one chapter every day. (You can read this book over two weeks if that’s easier, as it’s long and leave the other one or else read the second one alone if you prefer it).
This story is about a boy who wants to work for his new shoes.
Why did he want new shoes?
What happened each day?
How many jobs did Clive have in total?
How did he get his shoes in the end?
Spellings for the week from the story: chapter 1-trouble, trainers, Chapter 2 -exactly, maybe. Chapter 3- counted, straight. Chapter 4- slowly, stick.
Week 2 Animal Tricksters 3 pages every night
Why did monkey have a basket?
Were there ten crocodiles or twenty?
How did monkey trick them?
What was the biggest crocodile’s favourite food?
How did monkey trick the crocodile’s this time?
What did he and all his brothers and sisters do?
Did you like these stories? Please type out a book review to tell me what you think. I have pasted a sample below or you can have a look on www.twinkl.ie for different types. You can email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to read them.
Please try and do two by the end of next week. When typing, think about what you liked about the character Clive. What kind of adjectives would you use to describe him? Was the story interesting? What rating would you give the story? Why? When writing the review about Animal Tricksters think about the adjectives you would use to describe monkey. Did you like his character? Why?