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Mr Whoops' Mistakes

 

Mr Whoops has made lots of mistakes in his writing. All of his mistakes are Year 1 and Year 2 Common Exception Words.

 

Can you rewrite each piece in your neatest handwriting into your purple book and correct all of his spelling mistakes?

 

If you need help, look at the Year 1 and Year 2 Common Exception Words documents in the 'Spelling' section further down this on this page.

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Spelling

Can you read and spell all of these words? Try writing them in interesting sentences with punctuation and conjunctions (and, so, but, if, when, because, that)

Learn to read and spell these important contractions. Look carefully at which letters the apostrophes replaces in each contraction. Write some interesting sentences using these contractions.

Learn to read and spell these important contractions. Look carefully at which letters the apostrophes replaces in each contraction. Write some interesting sentences using these contractions. 1

Challenge yourself by learning to read and spell some of the Year 3 and 4 words!

Poetry

Year 2 absolutely LOVE hearing and joining in with Michael Rosen's poems. Try and learn some lines from these poems and perform them with interesting expression and actions to your family! Next, have a go at writing your own poem in the style of Michael Rosen!

 

And remember..."No breathing in class!" laugh

No Breathing In Class - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

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Hot Food - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

Babysitter - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

Michael Rosen Rap - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

The Car Trip - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

Chocolate Cake - Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

Percy the Park Keeper

 

You've heard the Percy the Park Keeper stories in class, now watch the TV episodes! Once you have finished watching, you could write a new adventure story for Percy and his animal friends, a setting description of the park using interesting adjectives or a letter to Percy.

Percy the Park Keeper: The Rescue Party

Percy the Park Keeper: The Secret Path

Percy the Park Keeper: One Snowy Night

Story Time

Get yourself cosy and listen to these amazing stories read by some famous faces from the worlds of TV, film and music!

 

Enjoyed the stories? You could write a book review, a character description or a new adventure for the characters! You could even write a letter to one of the characters or create some freeze-frames to show the characters actions and feelings at important moments in the stories!

 

When you've completed some writing and drama activities about the stories, find out about the lives of the famous people reading the stories. Who are they? What are they famous for? What interesting facts can you discover about them?

Jazz Dog read by Robbie Williams | CBeebies Bedtime Stories

George Ezra reads Kitchen Disco | CBeebies Bedtime Stories

Ellie's Magic Wellies read by Pearl Mackie | CBeebies Bedtime Stories

Augustus and His Smile read by Vicky McClure | CBeebies Bedtime Stories

Robin's Winter Song read by Idina Menzel | CBeebies Bedtime Stories

Henry and The Yeti read by Romesh Ranganathan | CBeebies Bedtime Stories

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