It's so important to do some reading each day! Don't forget to login to BugClub www.activelearnprimary.co.uk where you can read this week's book plus revisit some of the books you've already read.
If you can't remember your username, please email your teacher. Your password is Brooklands (with a capital B) and the school code is hwpa.
Let's begin by playing a spelling game! How quickly can you add the missing double vowels to the falling coconuts? Click here to play the Coconut Vowels game!
Have you heard of the Loch Ness monster? Lots of people claim to have seen the Loch Ness monster but does it actually exist? Today's reciprocal reading activity is based around this legend (a story which many people believe to be true but which has not yet been proved).
Before you begin this activity, watch the video below to learn more about the legend of Nessie the Loch Ness Monster.
For our reciprocal reading activity, we are going to read through a story about one possible sighting of the Loch Ness Monster. Download the passage below and watch today's video where Mrs Bell reads the story with you and explains what to do next.
Then it's time to begin your written activity. In P6 we have been looking at the four key skills used in reciprocal reading which are:
Your "Reciprocal Reading worksheet" has been divided into sections to match these four skills. If you choose the higher level worksheet, you are going to practise all four skills by:
If you choose the lower level worksheet, you are going to practise clarifying and writing your own questions.
When you have finished, please take a photograph of your work and email it to your teacher!
Time for some art! Download the extension sheet, read through the description of Nessie the Loch Ness monster and then draw your own picture!
And, if you've still got time, there is a short writing challenge too!