Below are some literacy links (You will need a set of headphones)
1. Choose a Genre (eg: Fantasy, Fairytales, True Tales)
2. Read and listen to a story.
3. Do the “fill the gaps” and “multiple choice” activities.
1. Choose a story and read the synopsis.
2. Read about the meaning of the story and where it came from.
3. Take the quiz.
Studyladder – to access all activities you will need to obtain a log in from your teacher.
Here are some great learning games to help you improve reading and writing skills! Choose games that challenge you to help you get better and better!
Spelling Activities and Games
Find out from your teacher which spelling list you should focus on. You can practise your words at home by using these fun Spelling Activities. Also, you can visit the Spelling City website (link below), add your words, and play the FREE GAMES, activities and tests to improve your spelling!
OR you can play the great games on an iPad, by adding the ‘Spelling City’ app (it’s free!). Yay!
As well as practicing your weekly spelling lists, you can take a look at the The 100 Most Commonly Misspelled Words For Children. This list was made over 50 years ago and children are still getting some of them wrong! Some interesting words are: its and it’s and also there, they’re and their. Do you know the differences?