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Finish with a song by, buy,bye
Can you write your alternative ending to the story in your literacy book? Remember to start with: The little old man pulled, and pulled. and pulled, but still the turnip wouldn’t budge.
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!
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Support your child as necessary when they are reading the story.
The children to answer in FULL sentences in their books, using the question as a sentence starter
(eg: How did the old man pull the turnip out of the ground? The old man pulled the turnip out of the ground using a rope and his friends’ help.)
Encourage your child to check their spelling using the story and the word bank. They should start each answer with a capital letter and end with the correct punctuation.
Handwriting - words with ol and ot join
Elmgrove PS's Primary 3 handwriting lesson for the ol and ot joins within words.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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