Reevy Hill Primary School

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Feel free to print the handwriting sheets out or copy the spellings into your exercise book or on some paper in your neatest writing. 


Miss Pinder's Group 

This week, you are going to be starting to look at prefixes. Prefixes are added to the start of a root word to change its meaning. Read through the PowerPoint to look at examples of different prefixes and how they change a root word. Each week we will then be focusing on one prefix. 


This week, we are going to be focusing on 'un'. When we add un to the start of a word it can mean not. For example, happy is a root word but when we change it to unhappy, it means to not be happy. It can also be used to reverse something. For example, plug is a root word but when we unplug something, it means to take the plug back out again. 


Use one day to practice your spellings then another to have a go at writing the words in a full sentence. 


Sentence example - 

I need to undo my shoelaces before I take my shoes off.


Phonics Group - 

You are going to start looking at alternative ways to write the Long e sound. 

You will be looking at - ee, ea and y. 

I will explain the rule of each way to write the sound then you have some spellings to practice. 


ee - this sound could be used in the middle or end of a word such as see or feel. 


ea - this sound could also be used in the middle or end of a word such as sea or meat.


y - this sound is used at the end of a word and sounds like an ee/ea sound when you are reading it, in words such as funny or lovely.