thank you for coming to meet us I really enjoyed looking at the thing and the things you gave us to do I got emotional I was in tears I love you so much I hope you can come again because we have got lots of presents to give you. I hope you continue your life going to school’s andsharing what you have beeRn learning If you come again can you tell us about climbing up the mountains? My favourot challange was the one with the gogels because they were back to front and I still got it I the right places I loved it I am in year 3 beech class
Admiah’s review of: Going to be the best teacher
Author: Admiah the star
This is my new book I’ve don two chapters but a little bit short. I will bring it to school on Monday it’s for MissDrumond because I was to excited so I made a book to share if it’s on good news then I could share it with the hole school ok please put me on good news bye
We created some Emoticons in Literacy today!
An Emoticon is a pictorial representation of a facial expression using punctuation marks, numbers and letters, usually written to express a person’s feelings or mood. Like these examples 🙂 🙁 😮 😉
Can you work out what feelings or emotions our photoemoticons are representing?
Admiah’s review of: Worst witch
Author: Jill Murphy
Hi I love ?? worst witch is funny ? And it makes me laugh ? ok bye
Admiah’s review of: Best friend.
Author: Jacqueline Wilson.
Hi I love ?? the book ? best friend by Jacqueline Wilson she is so creative best book in the world ? and we’ve got 38 flags on our blog Mr L
Admiah’s review of: Best friend
Author: Jacquline Wilson
Hi ? I love ?? best friend by Jacqueline Wilson Its the best book ? in the world ? it helps me to make new friends. Mr L and school you should read it best friend remembered that ok please reply bye people
Today Cherelle, Faizan H, Lily, Admiah, Oskar worked on a list of words and decided which were adverbs and which were not.
Adverbs – angrily, friendly, cruelly,
Not an adverb – the, never, bully, well, ugly, lonely
Some like lonely and never were quite tricky but Admiah worked out it was an adjective!
Comment if you can tell Beechy what is the difference between an adverb and an adjective.