Think of someone you admire, it could be someone famous or someone in your family. Write some questions to interview them about life in LockDown. Ask them how they are coping and do they have any tips for others? Make sure you use question words and question marks.
Can you write your alternative ending to the story in your literacy book? Remember to start with: What big ears you have Grandma...
And end with: They all lived happily ever after.
Don’t forget to use capital letters and full stops. It would be super if you managed from exclamation marks and question marks!
Send us some photographs of your super writing, we'd love to see it!
Ask your child to answer in FULL sentences in their books, using the question as a sentence starter (eg: How did the wolf find Grandma? The wolf found Grandma by talking to Red Riding Hood.
Read the story together and talk about it before starting the questions.
Remember to use the text to spell words correctly. The word bank is below the comprehension work just in case!
Video 3 - Copy and complete 2 lines of each word using the wa and wo join in your exercise book.
HAPPY FUNDAY FRIDAY!
Elmgrove PS Belfast's Primary 3 handwriting lesson step 3 - wa wo joins within words 5.6.20
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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