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Spelling

 

Year 4 spelling objectives for Autumn 1

 

Week 1 – Words with /aw/ spelt with augh and au

Week 2 -  Adding the prefix in- (meaning ‘not’ or ‘into’)

Week 3 - Adding the prefix im- (before a root word staring with ‘m’

or ‘p’)

Week 4 - Adding the prefix il- (before a root word

staring with ‘l’) and the prefix ir- (before a root word staring with ‘r’)

Week 5 - Homophones & near homophones

Week 6 - Words with /shun/ endings spelt with

‘sion’ (if root word ends in ‘se’, ‘de’ or ‘d’)

Week 7 – Year 3/4 words from statutory list

Into the forest

 

We start the half term by reading a book called 'Into the forest' by Anthony Browne.

 

We've been learning how to use adverbs as starters, fronted adverbials, expanded noun phrases and direct speech.

 

We wrote a setting description of the forest which were fantastic. 

 

We continued to study this book and wrote our own narratives. 

 

 

 

 

Into the forest description

 

 

 

Chembakolli Report

 

To link with our India Topic, we researched a rural village in Southern India - Chembakolli. 

 

We discussed how Chembakolli is different to our own homes, looking at weather, housing, food and school life.

 

The children wrote up a report about life in Chembakolli.

 

 

 

 

 

Cloud Tea Monkeys

 

Cloud Tea Monkeys is a lovely story about a young girl who has to work at the tea plantation when her mother is sick. With thanks to the monkeys, who live in the mountains, she collects rare tea leaves which impresses the Royal Tea Taster when he visits. 

 

We looked at an image of the Royal Tea Taster and created wonderful descriptions looking at exciting vocabulary for colour, texture and appearance. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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