What are we learning this week?
Week beginning 9th July:
This week, our learning will focus on the story of Handa's Surprise. This is about a girl who lives in Kenya. We will be comparing and contrasting Bradford / Britain with Kenya.
In maths, we are continuing to learn about doubling and halving. We will also continue our learning about estimation.
In phonics, we are really focusing on developing our independence when composing and writing sentences. We are also trying to stretch our sentences to make them more interesting. This could be by using a connective (and, but, because, so...) or including more detail (who, what, where, when, how...)
We are revising the words that we have already learned, focusing on the tricky words, such as 'was, you, all, are, said, because'.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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