Now that you have learned all about, practised and had a treasure hunt with the i_e sound, see if you can write the words you came up with and draw a picture for each word. Use your exercise book to do this. Don't forget to put the date at the top of the page!
Use the PDF prompt cards to help you tell your own story pick one from each section as advised below -
1 - WHO is in your story
2 - WHERE is your story
3 - WHERE do they go on their adventure?
4 - WHAT happens?
5 - WHAT GOES WRONG?
6 - WHO helps?
7 - WHERE do they go last?
8 - FEELING - how is your character feeling?
Feel free to use some of last week's prompt cards too!
Read the story together.
Read the questions and talk about the answers.
Children can write their answers in their exercise books.
Remember the date and the title!
Video 2 - copy and complete in exercise book.
Elmgrove PS Belfast's Primary 3 handwriting lesson for step 2 8.5.20.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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