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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.

Mrs Booker provides cover.

 Daily planner

 

Monday

 

Tuesday
  • PE 
Wednesday
  • Spellings/Times table tests
Thursday
  • PE (Cricket)
Friday
  • Times tables handed out

 

Homework

Challenge homework is set every half term. It will be so exciting to see a display of what everyone has produced.

 

Below is also a copy of the questions from the comprehension task. A paper copy is also in the homework tray in class.

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.
 

Times tables

To help learn your times tables this week you may wish to use Education City for some fun tables games. Also try MathsFrame for games and time trials in preparation for the Multiplication Check.

 

There are also some fun times table songs available on Youtube, but also check this with an adult.

 

Spellings:

Spellings are tested every Wednesday. 

Group 1

 

For test on

Wednesday 12th June

For test on

Wednesday 19th June

For test on

Wednesday 26th June

For test on

Wednesday 3rd July

For test on

Wednesday 10th July

Therefore

Though

Although

Thought

Through

Threw

Various

Weight

Wait

Woman

Women

Quarter

Question

Focus:   Sounds like ‘k’, spelt ‘que’

 

Antique

Unique

Cheque

Plaque

Boutique

 

 

Focus:   Homophones – words that sound the same, but are spelt differently and have a different meaning

 

Meddle

Medal

Mist

Missed

Weather

Whether

Whose

Who’s

Accept

Except

Affect

Effect

 

 

Recent

Regular

Rain

Rein

Reign

Remember

Sentence

Separate

Special

Straight

Strange

Strength

Suppose

Surprise

Focus:   Suffix ‘ly’; if the word ends in ‘y’ change to ‘i’ then add ‘ly’; if the word ends in ‘le’ take off ‘e’ add ‘y’; if the word ends in ‘ic’ add ‘ally’

 

(Happy) Happily

(Easy) Easily

(Sleepy) Sleepily

(Greedy) Greedily

(Grumpy) Grumpily

(Gentle) Gently

(Simple) Simply

(Basic) Basically

 

Group 2

For test on

Wednesday 12th June

For test on

Wednesday 19th June

For test on

Wednesday 26th June

For test on

Wednesday 3rd July

For test on

Wednesday 10th July

therefore

though

although

thought

through

threw

various

weight

wait

woman

women

Focus:   Plural possession using an apostrophe, eg. girls’, children’s

 

Children will get a worksheet to learn the rule, rather than learning spellings.

 

 

answer

believe

breath

breathe

centre

certain

describe

eighth

enough

February

 

island

knowledge

length

library

often

quarter

reign

stranger

strength

were

Focus:   Suffix ‘ly’; if the word ends in ‘y’ change to ‘i’ then add ‘ly’; if the word ends in ‘le’ take off ‘e’ add ‘y’; if the word ends in ‘ic’ add ‘ally’

 

(happy) happily

(pretty) prettily

(easy) easily

(sleepy) sleepily

(greedy) greedily

(grumpy) grumpily

(gentle) gently

(simple) simply

(basic) basically

(frantic) frantically

 

This term we will be learning:

 

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