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Welcome to Class 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 Brown provides cover.

 Daily planner

 

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

 

This term we are studying: 

 

Topic

 

  • Investigators (electricity, sound)
  • Waterworks (states of matter, rivers/water cycle)

English

  • The Iron Man

  • Mini Author Study- Valerie Bloom
  • Oliver and the Seawigs

Maths

 

  • Place value
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Written and mental addition and subtraction
  • Rounding to the nearest 10/100/1000
  • Area

Computing

  • E-safety

  • Technology in our lives

R.E.

 

  • Judaism

  • Christianity

Art

  • Paul Klee

Music

  • Introduction to learning the Flute or Clarinet

P.E.

  • Games

  • Gym

  • Swimming

French

 

  • Greetings
  • School vocab
  • Family
P.S.H.E
  • Self worth and self esteem

 

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 and is hoping to see lots of us win reading prizes at the end of this term if we read 4 or more times a week for at least 5 weeks.

 

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

 

Spellings this term are:

Group 1

For test on

Wednesday 1st November

For test on

Wednesday 8th November

For test on

Wednesday 15th November

For test on

Wednesday 22nd November

For test on

Wednesday 29th November

For test on

Wednesday 6th December

Focus:  Add the prefix ‘im’ to the beginning of the word to give the word the opposite meaning

 

Mature

Immature

Possible

Impossible

Patient

Impatient

Polite

Impolite

Focus:  Add the prefix ‘il’ or ‘in’ to the beginning of the word to give the word the opposite meaning

 

Legal

Illegal

Logical

Illogical

Active

Inactive

Capable

Incapable

Accurate

Inaccurate

 

Focus:  Add the prefix ‘ir’ to the beginning of the word to give the word the opposite meaning

 

Regular

Irregular

Rational

Irrational

Responsible

Irresponsible

Focus:  Sounds like ‘sh’, spelt ‘ch’

 

Chef

Brochure

Parachute

Machine

Focus:  Sounds like ‘u’ (as in ‘up’), spelt ‘ou’

 

Young

Touch

Rough

Country

Trouble

Double

Actual

Actually

Extreme

Favourite

February

Forward

Forwards

Fruit

Group 2

For test on

Wednesday 1st November

For test on

Wednesday 8th November

For test on

Wednesday 15th November

For test on

Wednesday 22nd November

For test on

Wednesday 29th November

For test on

Wednesday 6th December

Focus:  Add the prefix ‘im’ to the beginning of the word to give the word the opposite meaning

 

Mature

Immature

Mobile

Immobile

Possible

Impossible

Patient

Impatient

Polite

Impolite

Moral

Immoral

Plausible

Implausible

Focus:  Add the prefix ‘il’ to the beginning of the word to give the word the opposite meaning

 

Legal

Illegal

Logical

Illogical

Literate

Illiterate

Legible

Illegible

 

Focus:  Add the prefix ‘ir’ or ‘in’ to the beginning of the word to give the word the opposite meaning

 

Regular

Irregular

Rational

Irrational

Responsible

Irresponsible

Resistible

Irresistible

Active

Inactive

Capable

Incapable

Accurate

Inaccurate

Focus:  Sounds like ‘sh’, spelt ‘ch’

 

Chef

Brochure

Parachute

Machine

Focus:  Sounds like ‘u’ (as in ‘up’), spelt ‘ou’

 

Young

Touch

Tough

Rough

Country

Trouble

Double

Cousin

Actual

Actually

Extreme

Favourite

February

Forward

Forwards

Fruit

Grammar

Group

Guard

Guide

Group 3 (Mrs Kimble)

For test on

Wednesday 1st November

For test on

Wednesday 8th November

For test on

Wednesday 15th November

For test on

Wednesday 22nd November

For test on

Wednesday 29th November

For test on

Wednesday 6th December

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safely

rudely

sweetly

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secretly

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usually

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wearily

cheekily

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possibly

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fully

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breath

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women

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