Thursday, 13 November 2014


We are learning to use relevant parts of the text to accurately answer questions.

1. How do honeybees carry nectar back to the hive?Pollen sacks


In the night I could hear the thunder Roaring like a lion.

In the night I could hear the thunder Grumbling

When I woke up the alarm clock yells wake up.

When I woke up the alarm clock shouts at me, wake up.

Wednesday, 5 November 2014

The Twister

3  Ashley tells her friends she's scared of the Twister.
       2   Mrs. Grayson announced that the first check-in is in one hour.
    1      The bus pulls into the amusement park.
       4     Michelle suggests going on a different ride.
        5   Michelle and Ashley sit in front of the roller coaster.

2. Which statement about Michelle is true? (Highlight your answer)

a. She got sick last time she was on a roller coaster.
b. She has never been on a roller coaster before.
c. She dislikes the slow climb at the beginning of a roller coaster ride.
d. She doesn't mind the slow climb to the top of a roller coaster, but she doesn't like when it speeds up

Fill in the missing letters to create a word from the story.

Then, write the full word on the line.
1. agonize
clue: fret; become worried
clue: antonym for forget
3. headed
clue: went towards
4. Operator
clue: person who controls a machine

At the end of the story, does Michelle really want to go on the rollercoaster, or is she only going because Ashley is forcing her to? How do you know? Explain your answer She didn’t like the rollercoaster because she was afraid of the climb to the start of the ride.

Listening and drawing Exercise

Here are the intrusions,that I have follow this morning and this year.

Draw a squiggly line across on the bottom third of your page

Draw a straight line on the top third of your page

Draw a circle in the top left corner

Draw three clouds in the top third of your page

Draw a bucket underneath the squiggly line of the left

Draw an umbrella on the right of the bucket

Draw a boy wearing shorts and a tshirt in the middle on the bottom of your page

Draw another boy on the right next to the first boy you’ve drawn

Draw a beach ball in the middle of the two boys

Write your name in the top right corner