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St Mary's Bentworth

Church of England Primary School

Love, Respect, Belong

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Spelling Homework – Week Beginning 18th January

 

Spelling Rule: Ending which sound like /shun/ -ation

 

Why do we have this rule? There are many ways to spell the /shun/ ending, we need to know which root words need which ending.

 

Year 4 word list:

information, vibration, sensation, preparation, admiration, education, location, creation, indication, translation

 

Year 5 word list:

navigation, adoration, decoration, duration, registration, population, exaggeration, concentration, ventilation, demonstration

 

Please make sure that you are also learning your words from the wordlists - remember, the highlighted words are words you spelt correctly in the test. Please do recap these as well - you don't want to forget them! Highlighted words with a star next to them mean that you spelt the correctly in the first test, but not in the second test, therefore they need to be learnt. Stars that are highlighted means you got them correct in the third test.

Use the creative spelling ideas above to help you learn your words in a multisensory way - using lots of different techniques really helps the spelling to stick!

The video for English today is called 'English Day 2' in the video resources centre.
Below is the music to listen to today:

Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (Album Version).mp3

Beethoven - Symphony no 5 in C minor Allegro con brio.mp3

Haydn - The Clock II Andante.mp3

Mozart - The Marriage of Figaro Overture.mp3

Telemann - IV Vivace.mp3

GUIDED READING

 

Dear Parents, 

My apologies, the guided reading text is a little difficult to read today. I have had another go at copying the text onto a word document. If this still does not work, I have put a link below this to where the text can be read online, however you do have to sign up for a free trial (and then cancel it after using!) - this is why I was trying to get it copied onto a document for you.

If it is really proving too difficult, please do not worry about guided reading for today.

Mrs. Moore

Creative ways to learn your spellings!

Spelling Homework – Week Beginning 11th January

 

Spelling Rule: Ending which sound like /shun/ -ssion, -cian

 

Why do we have this rule? There are many ways to spell the /shun/ ending, we need to know which root words need which ending.

 

Year 4 word list:

mission, passion, session, expression, discussion, confession

magician, musician, electrician, politician

 

Year 5 word list:

depression, possession, permission, compassion, permission, admission

optician, beautician, technician, mathematician

 

Please make sure that you are also learning your words from the wordlists - remember, the highlighted words are words you spelt correctly in the test. Please do recap these as well - you don't want to forget them! Highlighted words with a star next to them mean that you spelt the correctly in the first test, but not in the second test, therefore they need to be learnt. Stars that are highlighted means you got them correct in the third test.

Use the creative spelling ideas above to help you learn your words in a multisensory way - using lots of different techniques really helps the spelling to stick!

 

REMEMBER - The lists for your current year group are words for the rest of the year so they do not need to all be learnt at once. Focus on filling the gaps in the previous year group lists. 

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