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Smiley Shark Story

Smiley Shark by Ruth Galloway Read Aloud By Kim (English)

Smiley Shark by Ruth Galloway Read by Kim UK/English Version Smiley Shark may be the biggest fish in the ocean but he's also the friendliest and the funniest...

This week our story is "Smiley Shark". Listen to the story read to you by Mrs McGarry.

Think about these questions:

Where did the story happen?

What was the ocean like?

What was the shark like?

What is the setting like?

Why was shark sad?

What did shark want?

What did the fish do?


We are going to be looking at adjectives. An adjective is a describing word.

Below are a selection of activities for you to complete. Don't forget to send photos of your work to your teachers email address.

Thank you

Now we would like you to draw a picture of your favourite character and think of some adjectives.

Your challenge this week is to write some sentences using your adjectives.

Remember your writing goals. Capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Yellow group can write 5 sentence.

Red group can write 4 sentences.

Green group can write 3 sentences.

Blue group can write 2 sentences.







This week in our phonics we are learning how to read words with 5 and 6 sounds in them. We call these words, CCVCC, CCCVC and CCCVCC words. You need to take your time and practise sounding out and blending these words back together. Use a phoneme frame to help you (see the pictures below).

Watch this episode of Alphablocks to see how the sounds in ccvcc words blend together!

Click the link below or on BBC Iplayer search for 

Alphablocks, series 4 episode 3- Prank. 





Don’t forget to practise reading and writing your tricky words too.

Tricky Words and Sight Words Song

Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when

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