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KS2 Word of the Week, Week 2 (Rhine)

Week 2 of learning vocabulary remotely!

Congratulations to last week's KS2 winning sentence written by Joseph!

I hope you enjoyed last week's word of the week video and have been trying your hardest to use last week's word in lots of different ways to impress those around you with your growing vocabulary. 

We have loved reading your sentences; it really has been the highlight of our week! We hope to see even more of you getting involved this week. Can KS2 collect more sentences than KS1 this week? Hmm, we shall see!

Once you have taken part in the video clip, see your challenges below. If viewing this video on the app, please go to the blog post on the website to see the video.

Apologies this has been so difficult to upload but fingers crossed this link should work! The video may take a few moments to display and say, 'we're processing this link' when you click the link, be patient and it should work!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZSaifNVHclxJ5Mpl6VokWK69foVMMvt-

Challenges

Challenge 1: We challenge you to comment in the comments section below with your very best sentence that uses our word of the week. Each week we shall select the best KS2 sentence as our weekly winner.

PLEASE USE YOUR FIRST NAME ONLY IN THE COMMENTS SECTION

Challenge 2: This week, you may like you to start building your own ‘Word Collectors Booklet’. The first page of your booklet is available to download below. You should complete one side of the page and then next week you can complete the other half of the page with the next word. The idea is that over the weeks you will collect lots of words on your collector pages, which can be put together in a ‘Word Collector Booklet’!

Now challenge yourself and your grown-ups to use this week's word correctly throughout the week!

Below you will also find 'Mrs Wordsmith's Word of the Day in 10 days'

  • Niah 11 months ago
    As the torrential rain flooded the earth, a heinous cry came from up above, and a sudden deluge of anger came down hitting the world, like an unexpected animal meeting it's end.
  • flora 11 months ago
    As there was a deluge of rain, i felt sad because i couldn't go outside but then as the rain cleared i perked up with energy and rushed outside to play happily on the trampoline.
  • Alexander 7 months ago
    Suddenly, the skies opened and a deluge of snow covered the world in a deep white blanket!
  • Mrs Weston 7 months ago
    We hope to be deluged with fantastic sentences this week! 🌊💧
  • Jamie K 7 months ago
    When the deluge had finished people were able to come out of their houses.
  • Rowan 7 months ago
    As the tsunami deluged over the rocky, crumbly cliffs, I contemplated wether or not to run away.
  • Joseph 7 months ago
    Up in the monstrous mountains, a deluge of deafening thunder and flaming lightning roared whilst splitting open the sky and piercing into the Earth below.
  • Freya 7 months ago
    When the teacher asked for a volunteer, to break the monotony of the art lesson, she had a deluge of eagerly thrust hands.
  • Mrs Weston 7 months ago
    Cheeky, Freya!

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