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Lesson 1: The sound /o/ spelt with ‘a’ after w and q.

 

 

 

Lesson 2: a or an

"A and An Song" - English Lesson for "A and An" - Rockin' English

For ad-free videos and other content visit www.rockinenglishlessons.com Beginner level education English song teaching when to use the articles "a" and "an."...

A noun (thing, place or person) will always start with a, unless the thing starts with a vowel, then we use an.

Need a recap on vowels or just want to see them again, click on the link below.

The Vowel Family | Super Phonics | Pinkfong Songs for Children

Subscribe and watch new videos uploaded every week. ★ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.comhttp://www.youtube.com/Pinkfong Start building basic reading an...

When you say them out loud, you can hear which is correct

Say these out loud –

‘a orange’  ‘an orange’  Which one sounded right?

‘a banana’  ‘an banana’  Which one sounded right?

 

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Lesson 3: Verbs

Verbs tell you what a noun is doing. If it is zooming, slithering, tiptoeing, dancing, sleeping etc.

Verb Song from Grammaropolis - "Lights! Camera!! Action Verb!!!"

Classroom accounts available at https://edu.grammaropolis.com! Songs, books, games, quizzes, and individual student tracking. Song composed & performed by Do...

Can you spot any in this video?

Action Verbs | Reading & Writing Song for Kids | Verb Song | Jack Hartmann

Lyrics Action verbs, you see them when you read Action verbs, you use them when you write Action verbs are so cool Action verbs make me want to move Gallop, ...

For a bit of fun can you make your own verse

Finish the lyrics

_______ ______ is the word, _____ _____  is an action verb.

 

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Lesson 4: adjectives 

Adjectives describe a noun. They tell you if it is big, small, beautiful, smelly, soft, kind, yellow etc.

Adjective Song from Grammaropolis - "Paint the Way"

Classroom accounts available at https://edu.grammaropolis.com! Songs, books, games, quizzes, and individual student tracking. Song composed & performed by Do...

Can you think of any better adjectives than the ones used in this video?

What is an Adjective | Parts of Speech Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Learn about adjectives in this adjective song for kids. Learn that adjectives describe nouns in this song about adjectives. Sing along as we give examples of...

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Nevaeh's work

 

 

Yousef's work

 

 

 

Lesson 6: Spellings 

Play the spelling game on Purple Mash and see if you can get them all correct. 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 7: Exclamations 

 

This week we are looking at different sentences types. Recap them all with the song below, don’t forget your air guitar as you watch it.  

The Statement, Command, Question, Exclamation Sentences Song

Here is Anchor Creative Education's song about the four, key sentence types in the current curriculum. Statement, command, question and exclamation sentences...

Can you think of any exclamations sentences you could add to the song?

The Exclamation sentences Song! (What an amazing song this is!)

Here is Anchor Creative Education's song all about exclamation sentences! Exclamation sentences are a tricky addition to the recent, new curriculum! This son...

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Lesson 8: Sentence types - Statements 

This week we are looking at different sentences types. Recap them all with the song below, don’t forget your air guitar as you watch it.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_foMADqjSc

 

Statements give information. They start with a capital letter and end with a full stop.

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 9: Sentence types - Questions 

This week we are looking at different sentences types. Recap them all with the song below, don’t forget your air guitar as you watch it.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_foMADqjSc

 

Questions start with a question word like who, what, why and require an answer.

Because some questions start with what or how, it is easy to confuse them with exclamation sentences. Check if it needs an answer, and then you know it’s a question.

 

Watch the videos below and see if you can spot the statements and questions.

Statements and Questions

Grammar for kids statement or question?

This video is designed to help children develop their understanding of sentences by understanding the difference between statements or questions. Children ar...

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Lesson 10: Commas in a list

Today we are looking at putting a comma in a list.

English Stars Teaching Video: Commas in Lists

Use this free teaching video from English Stars to help your students understand how to use commas in lists. This is just one of the hundreds of teaching vid...

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