Our homework this week continues to link to our Literacy Unit on Non-Fiction Texts. Last week we took notes on our class animals as part of our research for our non-fiction books and we are working this week to turn our notes back into sentences so they can be included in the books we are creating. Our homework this week practises this tricky skill, with children being asked to change the interesting animal fact notes back into full sentences.
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This week the children are going to be focusing on non-fiction and and linking it to our topic and Science work on animals and habitats. Please can they label the Gull and write 3 sentences below.
This week I would like the children to keep a food diary, linking on from our science work last week. I have explained to the children what they need to do so I hope they will be able to show you. If not, I would like them to complete the diary each day and remember to state what they had for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I wonder who can then use adjectives to describe their food and connectives to join their sentences together? Remember neat handwriting, capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. If you need more space to write then please feel free to go on to the next page. You could also talk about which food group each item of food belongs to and to check you are having a healthy, balanced diet each day. Have fun!