Attached above is a story children can use their phonics to read on their own. Have a go at reading it once per day this week to build up your reading fluency.
This week's story is 'The Big Radish'.
Time connectives usually come at the start of sentences and we will use them in our diary entry to help the reader understand that the events happened in a certain order.
Have a go at using these time connectives in your sentences:
GPS - LC: I can identify the un- prefix.
We can add the un- prefix to the start of words to make them mean the opposite.
Here are some examples:
kind - unkind
happy - unhappy
clean - unclean
tidy - untidy
fortunately - unfortunately
well - unwell
Spot the un- prefix words in the following sentences:
The pig was rude to me and it made me feel very unhappy.
I sneezed and unfortunately I blew the house down.
I was baking a cake and I made my kitchen terribly untidy.
Deeper learning: Change the word which is underlined for an un- prefix word.
I was feeling incredibly poorly.
The pig was nasty to me.
My kitchen was very dirty.