Happy Monday everyone! Hope you all had a lovely weekend.
This week our English will be linked with geography so we thought we would recap on some of the spelling patterns we have looked at this year.
Today we are going to look at Homophones. Homophones are words which sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meanings.
Task 1: Can you match the word meaning to the pictures. Then correct each sentence by crossing out the incorrect Homophone or writing the correct one on your own paper.
Task 2: Complete the sentences by adding in the correct Homophone. If you fancy an extra challenge you could write your own sentences using the correct Homophone.
Maths: This week we are continuing to look at measurement.
Geography: A couple of weeks ago we looked at the human and physical features of a British seaside. Today we are going to look at the the human and physical features of different beaches from a round the world.
Firstly can you find the 4 different Non-European countries on a map and think about what continent they are in. Then look carefully at the different pictures and identify the human and physical features. Remember to look at the background as well. List all the different features in the table. Finally think about British seasides and compare with those from around the world. What is the same/similar? What is different?