Adjectives :Click on the picture
Games on demonstrative-click on the links below to play these gameshttp://www.1-language.com/englishcourse/unit12_grammar_exs.htm
http://www.englishexercises.net/yythisthese.html Demonstratives- this, that, these, those

Tenses: past, present, future

Prounouns are those words that  we can place instead of a noun in a sentence.

Look at the power points below to learn more:


Conjunctions are those words which join two sentences together or two parts of a sentence together. The most common conjunctions are:

and, but, or, because, so

Listen to this song about conjunctions:

Click on the bee below to play a game about conjunctions:

Ideas (Web) on A Picnic

Masculine and Feminine NounsMasculine nouns are words for men, boys and male animals.Feminine nouns are words for women, girls and female animals.Here are some examples:
Some / Any

The Opposite Song
Rhyming Words

Some more practice on adjectives:

This week we are going to introduce adverbs. See below to learn what they are!

Comparative Adjectives
1) We use comparatives when we want to:
a) compare something to another thing
b) a person to another thing

2) We usually add -er at the end of an adjective. Example:
small - smaller
short - shorter

3) When the adjective ends with a -y we add  - ier. Examples:

healthy - healthier
heavy - heavier

4) Short words with one syllable like big, hot, and sad double the last consonant when in the comparative:

big - bigger
hot - hotter
sad - sadder

Click on the PowerPoint below to see more examples:

We're going on a bear hunt
by Michael Rosen

He and She

More Prepositions ....
off, across, into, near, behind, in, before, over, on, under...

Last month we talked about nouns in class. See the Power Point below to do some revision. You can also hear the song :)

Months of the Year Song

Michael Rosen is an English author and poet. During the week we are going to read some of his stories in class.

This is a link to his website http://www.michaelrosen.co.uk/

Click on the picture of the boy to hear the story Chocolate Cake read by Michael Rosen himself:


Present Continuous Verbs show actions or movements that are happening now and always end in -ing. Example: throwing, playing,  singing, ...

When we write, it is very important that we use the correct punctuation for our writings to make more sense. Look at the Power Point below to learn how to make better use of punctuation.

Way Ahead Unit 4
Let's Play in the Park

Preposition Song

Way Ahead Unit 1

Places in a Town

Different types of Jobs