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Class Klee (Year 4)

Welcome to Class Klee

Red Balloon, by Paul Klee

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Welcome to Klee's class page.

 

Our teacher is Miss Franklin.

Our teaching assistant is Mrs Dixie.

On Wednesdays Mrs Rope provides cover.

 Daily planner

 

Monday
  • PE
Tuesday
  • Flute and Clarinet lessons
Wednesday
  • Times table test
  • Spelling test
  • Homework due
  • Library group
Thursday
  • P.E
Friday
  • Homework set

 

Reading

As a class we really enjoy reading and we are all aiming to read at least 3 times a week at home. Miss Franklin is very pleased with our positive attitude towards reading.

 

Homework

Our homework is given out once a week on a Friday. We are all really good at handing our homework in on time on Wednesday mornings. We have also been trying really hard to learn our spellings each week and memorise our times tables - we are all excited to see who the first person to get a pen licence will be!
 

Times tables

To help you learn your times tables this week please check out the following websites.  They have videos and songs to help you learn your times tables.

 

Numbears

laughaloudandlearn

 

This term we are learning:

Spellings this term are:

Group 1

For test on

Wednesday 25th April

For test on

Wednesday 2nd  May

For test on

Wednesday 9th May

For test on

Wednesday 19th May

For test on

Wednesday 16th May

Material

Medicine

Mention

Minute

Natural

Naughty

Notice

Occasion

Occasionally

Often

Opposite

Ordinary

Focus:   If the root word ends in ‘c’ or ‘cs’, usually a profession, take away the ‘s’ and add ‘ian’

 

Magic/Magician

Electric/Electrician

Politics/Politician

Music/Musician

 

Focus:   Suffix ‘ous’; for words ending ‘ge’, add ‘ous’; for words ending ‘ce’, take away the ‘e’ and add ‘ious’; for words ending ‘our’, change to ‘or’ and add ‘ous’

 

Humour/Humorous

Courage/Courageous

Danger/Dangerous

Fame/Famous

Space/Spacious

Adventure/Adventurous

Focus:   Suffix ‘ation’, changes a verb into a noun; if the verb ends in ‘e’, take away the ‘e’ and add ‘ation’

 

Inform/Information

Prepare/Preparation

Sense/Sensation

Adore/Adoration

Particular

Peculiar

Perhaps

Popular

Position

Possess

Possession

Possible

Potatoes

Pressure

Probably

Promise

Group 2

For test on

Wednesday 25th April

For test on

Wednesday 2nd  May

For test on

Wednesday 9th May

For test on

Wednesday 19th May

For test on

Wednesday 16th May

Particular

Peculiar

Perhaps

Popular

Position

Possess

Possession

Possible

Potatoes

Pressure

Probably

Promise

Quarter

Question

Focus:   If the root word ends in ‘c’ or ‘cs’, usually a profession, take away the ‘s’ and add ‘ian’

 

Magic/Magician

Electric/Electrician

Politics/Politician

Music/Musician

 

Focus:   Suffix ‘ous’; for words ending ‘y’, take away the ‘y’ and add ‘ious’; for words ending ‘ge’, add ‘ous’; for words ending ‘ce’, take away the ‘e’ and add ‘ious’; for words ending ‘our’, change to ‘or’ and add ‘ous’

 

Humour/Humorous

Envy/Envious

Glory/Glorious

Courage/Courageous

Danger/Dangerous

Fame/Famous

Space/Spacious

Poison/Poisonous

Adventure/Adventurous

Fury/Furious

Focus:   Suffix ‘ation’, changes a verb into a noun; if the verb ends in ‘e’, take away the ‘e’ and add ‘ation’

 

Inform/Information

Prepare/Preparation

Sense/Sensation

Adore/Adoration

Recent

Regular

Remember

Sentence

Separate

Special

Straight

Strange

Strength

Suppose

Surprise

Group 3 (spelling club)

Wednesday 25th April

Wednesday 2nd May

Wednesday 9th May

Wednesday 16th May

Wednesday 19th May

library

February

dictionary

boundary

salary

summary

primary

secondary

ordinary

necessary

 

wonder

month

govern

brother

another

shovel

above

Monday

discover

woman

enough

young

touch

double

trouble

country

courage

rough

tough

cousin

instruct

structure

construction

instruction

instructor

unit

union

united

universe

university

 

scope

telescope

microscope

horoscope

periscope

inspect

spectator

respect

perspective

spectacles

 

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