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Two, Too and To


We have recently been learning about homophones in our literacy sessions. We are going to continue this today by looking at grammar homophones  - two, too and to.


Two  - the number 2 , for example - I have two sons.


Too - meaning also or more, for example - It's too cold for me!


To - used for everything else, for example - I went to the Spar.


Before you begin todays tasks make sure you have a look at the PPT below.

In addition to this, check out the video and quiz on the link too. 


There, Their and They're

On Tuesday we are going to continue with grammar homophones.

Today we are looking at the 3 versions of there - 


1. There - a place, or used with the word are or is


For example - The box is over there.


2. Their - something that belongs to people.


For example - We rode in their car.


3. They're - a contraction for the words they are.


For example - They're going to the airport.


Before you complete your task today please watch the clip below and take a look at the PPT. 

Then you will be ready to complete the 2 sheets from your pack.

Water Droplet story - Planning


On Wednesday you are going to start to plan a story about a water droplet.


I want you to start off by looking at the WALT page in your pack and I will also upload this to Seesaw. 


What I am Looking For - you to produce a story which is enjoyable to read and tells the journey of a water droplet.


Remember to use good adjectives, powerful verbs and create a clear sequence of events.


In order to help you, please revisit your water cycle work and look at the example given in your pack and on Seesaw.


For today - write your plan on the cycle organizer page.


Include - 

1. Attention grabber

2. First

3. Next

4. Then

5. Finally

Water Droplet Story

Start your activity on Thursday by getting out your planning sheet from yesterday. 


Use your planning sheet to begin to write your water droplet story. 


Remember you can write it out in your book or type your story either using word or the notes icon in Seesaw.


Your story must have a beginning, middle and end. Try to make it interesting to read.


Make sure you give your droplet a name and follow a full sequence of the water cycle.





It is that time of the week again when I ask you to stop, relax and read.

Use your reading book, a book from home or Epic and get reading!


I hope to listen to you all next week on your return to school, so get some practice in!


If you can send me a picture or video to Seesaw.