KS2 Word of the Week 15/6/20 (Amazon)
We would love to see more of Amazon class using our new word this week, including commenting on the blog.
Well done to Scarlett for your winning sentence from last week! The structure of your sentence was fantastic and I loved your use of the word vibrant, but also your choice of the word 'gasp'. Well done and look out for your certificate in the post :)
This term, we would like to help you carry on using new vocabulary at home, as we feel it is such an important part of your learning. Having lots of words in your word banks will not only help you when you are younger but when you are older too. Words do not simply fall from the sky and into our brains (wouldn’t that be brilliant though!), we have to learn new words and use them whenever we can.
This certainly doesn’t have to be a chore, because aren’t words absolutely wonderful? There are so many different words that we still haven’t learnt. Long words, short words, words that are tricky to say, words that can be used in lots of different ways. It is no secret that I love words and am learning new words every day, even as an adult.
Use the list of activities below to learn our new word. Maybe an adult could do the activities with you, or why don’t you become the teacher and use the activities to teach everyone else in your household?
Certificates for our weekly winners shall be sent in the post to those not at school. Happy word learning!
DEFINITION: tender, juicy and tasty.
MY SENTENCE: The succulent strawberries hung ripe and ready, glowing in the summer sun.
WORD LEARNING ACTIVITIES
- Break the word into its syllables.
- Do you know what this word means?
- Read the definition above.
- Can you think of synonyms for this word (words with a similar meaning)?
- Can you think of antonyms for this word (words with the opposite meaning)?
- Can you think of any words that rhyme with this word?
- Use this word in a sentence. Who had the best sentence in your family?
- Draw a picture of this word.
- Say this word in different voices- queen’s voice, whisper, shout, sing, low, high, robot, Scooby-Doo, Donald Duck, teacher voice or make up your own!
- Use this word correctly as many times as you can this week- how about competing with your family and keeping a tally?
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