Today we will focus again on the alternative trigraph 'are' for the phoneme /air/.
Please listen to the video here https://www.loom.com/share/f5fdfc986e68433c8ee4413bafcba0e8 for today's spellings then complete the paper based activity.
L.O. To retrieve information from the text.
1.You will need to log into your account on Oxford Reading Buddy.
2.Find our non - fiction book for this week 'Beaks and feet' by Mick Manning and Brita Granström.
3.Read pages 16 - 19 only. Remember that you can also listen to the story by pressing the 'play' button.
4.Once you have finished, answer the questions below in full sentences and please remember your full stops.
1. Why do woodpeckers have long, pointed beaks?
2. What do they eat?
3. How many eggs do female woodpeckers lay at one time?
4. How do woodpeckers communicate (talk) to other woodpeckers?
5.Why do they have long sticky tongues?
6.What are ‘beetle grubs’?
Creative task: Use different materials (paper, cotton wool, lolly sticks etc.) from home to create a model of a woodpecker.