After reading PowerPoint and poem, complete step 3 worksheet
The Three Pigs - An Alternative Ending
Now that you have completed Step 1 and Step 2, can you write your alternative story in your literacy book?
Remember to start with: Once upon a time and end with: and they lived happily every after.
Three Pigs Comprehension - Red Group
Ask the children to answer in FULL sentences in their books, using the question as a sentence starter (eg: How did the wolf ruin the straw house? The wolf ruined the straw house by blowing it down.)
Don't forget your capital letters and full stops! Try to remember which letters should hang below the line.
Handwriting - Step 3
Now that you have completed Step 1 and 2, have a go at Step 3.
Video 2 - copy and complete in exercise book.
Complete 2 lines of the op and oy join in these words.
Have a look at the Tips and Tricks video in 'Teaching Notes' and 'Step 1' to see how to create your own handwriting lines at home.
Elmgrove PS Belfast's Primary 3 handwriting lesson for 15.5.20. Mrs Kelly shows the children how to form words using op and oy joins.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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