Start of the day Challenge
Today, we will be revisiting the ‘au’ grapheme.
We have heard this sound before and it can be spelt using the grapheme ‘aw’ and ‘or’.
This ‘au’ is usually found at the beginning of the words, for example, Autumn and automatic.
Read through text and find all the words that have the ‘au’ grapheme. You can write these down in your book or on paper.
Today, you will be writing your non-chronological reports on a woodland animal.
You will have 2 days to complete this so there is no rush to get it all done in one lesson.
You can follow my guide but if you feel like you want to get started you can continue on at your own pace. I have tried to break down each part in today's lesson.
Good afternoon Year 2, it's Miss Parchment.
Your lesson today is being taught by Miss Raffan, who has been working with me in school this half term. She has been planning your PSHE lessons and wanted to end this half term with a video. I hope you enjoy it!