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Friday 20th March
We have been learning about Antonyms (words with the opposite meaning).
good - bad
happy - sad
Can you match those words?
Now you write some sentences with those antonyms.
My mum likes hot coffee but I like cold milk.
What is happening in the picture?
Tuesday 24th March
Look and write sentences about the picture. Try and use prepositions: in, on, under, behind etc.
In the garden
Wednesday 25th March
Positional language - on, under, next to, behind, in front of, between and in.
Look at the pictures and write sentences using positional language.
Look at the picture and answer the questions.
1. Where is the clock?
2. Where is the black cat?
3. Where is the red ball?
4. Where is the book?
5. Where is the rug?
6. Where are the cushions?
7. Where is the chair?
8. Where is the table?
9. Where is the book?
10. Where is the vase with flowers?
Thursday 26th March
Adjectives - describing words
Look at the picture of the witch and write as many adjectives (describing words) as you can think of. Please find at least 10 adjectives.
My adjectives are:
Can you look at the picture and write sentences using prepositions: in, on, under, next to, behind.
Look at the pictures of write down the names.
What is your favourite food? Write sentences about yourself.
I like ............. .
I do not like ............. .
I don't like ............... .
When we talk about someone else's favourite food, we always need to add -s to the verb like. For example:
My mum likes pasta with chicken.
Tom likes chocolate ice cream.
My mum does not like pasta with chicken. (doesn't )
This is Klara. Look at the picture and write sentences about her.
Klara likes milk.
What do you like?
Ask members of your family what they like to eat.
After write down the sentences.
Try and use connectives and , but.
Look at the expample:
Tom likes pizza but he doesn't like hot dogs.
My dad likes coffee and tea.
What's in the fridge?
Look at the picture and write sentences.
I can see a bottle of coke.
There is a delicious fish in the fridge.
Singular and Plural
When we make plural form of a noun we add -s.
I have a black cat but Tom has two ginger cats.