In English this week we have been working in pairs to write our own poems about a character in a school class, inspired by the poetry collection that we have been looking at, ‘A Kid in My Class’. We started off by thinking of different personalities that we could write about; there were lots of brilliant suggestions, from a book worm to a gymnast! Then, the children thought of lots of ideas to describe the personality they had chosen and began to put the ideas together as a poem.
In our computing lesson today we learnt more about using a Word Document. We learnt how to edit our work and format the text by changing the font size and style. We then worked in our pairs and typed up our poems. I was really impressed with the finished products!
In maths we have focused on adding two 3-digit numbers. We began by getting used to adding two 3-digit numbers without any exchanges and once we had become confident we moved on to questions with exchanges.
This week’s spellings have been set on Spelling Shed; we will have a short test on Tuesday after half-term.
Spelling Rules: Words with the prefix ‘re-’: means ‘again’ or ‘back.’
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