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Day 1

Read to the end of Stone Age boy on the scanned pages saved below. 


Answer the comprehension questions for your Year group saved below. SOme of these questions are inference questions, so you have to think about how a character might be feeling in the situation.

 Remember to write your answers in full sentences. 

Day 2

Reread the whole of Stone Age Boy. ( the first half was on the comprehension questions you did last week) The rest of the book is scanned and saved for the lesson yesterday.


All the main events of the story are all muddled up on the document below. Cut them out and reorder them to tell the whole story.


Use these to make a story board with a picture for each part of the story.


Spelling task

Adding the suffix -ed

Read through the Powerpoint to remind yourself of the spelling rules for adding the suffix -ed


The Worksheet is saved below.


Day 3

Can I plan a story?

Think about the main things that happened in Stone age boy.

Now it is your turn to come up with your own ideas about what could happen if you fell into the Stone Age.

I would like you to plan out your own story that is a similar structure to Stone Age boy but using some of your own ideas. 


There are question prompts to help you saved on the worksheet below.

Don't start your story today. You will start writing it in the lesson tomorrow.

Day 4

Today you are going to write the first part of you Stone Age story.

Look back at the plan you did yesterday. 

You are going to write your beginning and the build up only.

Look at the information on the planning sheet so you know what to write about.


Success criteria

Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop.

Spell high frequency words I have been learning correctly.

Write in the first person - you are the main character in the story ( eg. I fell over and landed in a cave.)

Write in the past tense using -ed suffix

Add some detail to interest your reader, for example adjectives to describe the setting, describe how you felt when you realised you have fallen into the Stone Age

Day 5

Start by asking someone to read out your spelling sentence or sentences that you have been learning this week. Mark your sentence and practise any errors if you have any.


Next, read the sentences for next week. We are working on words ending with the suffix -ing


Spelling sentences 1.10.21 Test 8.10.21

Jumping, running, skipping and cycling are good ways to get fitter.

My hobbies are horse riding, gardening, dancing and boxing.

After school, the children were watching television, reading or learning their spellings.

Copy out all the sentences and underline the words that end in -ing. Sort the words into 3 groups:

Those where you can just add ing to the root word eg rush - rushing

Those where you drop the e and add ing eg smile - smiling

Those where you double the last letter eg hop  hopping


Now try to find more words to add to each group. How many can you find?


Write your own sentences with some of the new words you have found.