We have improved our SPaG skills so much this year. You know that we regularly celebrate great SPaG in Amethyst class with the SPaG crown, right? Well, this week Mrs Lohoar awarded the crown to SEVEN people in one morning because it was so hard to choose just one winner. Here is but a sample … Continue reading Super SPaG!
SPaG crown, for knowledge of prefixes, and Maths medal, for division skills, in one day!
Here are a couple of our SPaG stars from this week. On the left we have someone who is fast becoming an expert on prepositional phrases, while on the right we have someone who gave it her all when we were identifying the parts of a sentence. Nice work, you two!
We haven't told you about our SPaG royalty lately so here is the latest: Yesterday we had to share the SPaG crown out because the work was that amazing. We were really more Harry Potter and learning new words, as you do, and these two came up with some fabulous compound and complex sentences using the … Continue reading SPaG!
We in Amethyst class are SO excited because we have finally started reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Here we are showing our Gryffindor colours! We also have a new way to celebrate the good listeners in our class. Can you guess how we do that? Our teacher, who is from Florida, brought these back from … Continue reading New Year, New Things!
More great SPaG from this member of Amethyst class. We used our three new WOW words (from Osbert) in sentences. The words were 'pungent', 'emaciated' and 'mute'. Do YOU know what they mean? Save
Our SPaG King knows how to identify the objects in sentences, even when they are objects of prepositional phrases!