Key Stage 1 - hello/goodbye + Numbers 1 to 10
Year 2/3 and 3 - Learning how to say the 6 key periods in British History to link with our history learning and revisiting greetings and manners, simple conversations colours, days, months and numbers to 10 (revision from KS1 learning)
Year 4, 4/5 and 5 - My Home + The Olympics
Year 6 - Regular and Irregular Verbs
Please make sure that you are practising your numbers 1- 10 as we often use them for class count downs or in PE when playing games.
You might even get to use them to play class bingo in golden time!
Open the file above to practice some of the regular verbs you have learnt this half term in Autumn 1.
Open the file above to practice some of the words and phrases that you have been learning in half term Autumn 1.
Our unit for this half term in year 2/3 is Britain through the ages (this links in with our history topic on Britain from the stone age)
This week we learnt how to say the following 4 time periods in Spanish
Stone age - lie dat de pee - ed - ra
Bronze age - li dat de bron-say
Iron age - lie dat de hair-oy
Roman Empire - lay em-peer-i-ow row-marn-o
Can you have a go at home at saying some of the phrases we have learnt in class?
* Please note the Spanish phrases above are spelled how we say them rather than in actual Spanish.
In Autumn Term 1 our Key Stage 1 Children will be learning the following Spanish phrases and vocabulary if you should wish to practice at home:
Autumn - otono
Hello - Hola
Goodbye - adios
Good morning – buenas dias
Good afternoon – buenas tardes
Please – por favor
Thank you - gracias
Fish please (register Friday) pascado por favor
Mrs D Crossfield
Wombwell Park Street Primary School,
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