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Writing

Monday 27th April

 

Remember the postcard you wrote last week to your friend? After checking and improving mine on Friday, I'd like you to do the same to yours.

 

Edit your writing using Year 2 expectations to help you. Use a different coloured pen or pencil if you can to make your editing stand out on your writing. 

 

Don't forget capital letters, full stops, commas, check your spellings and improve your vocabulary. Use mine underneath as an example.

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Tuesday 28th April

 

Watch the clip above of the film Bubbles again. Gabby goes under the sea and finds lots of different things there. Write a list of the things that she sees.

 

  • A starfish
  • Some seaweed
  • Lots of fish

 

Now add some good adjectives to describe the things she sees and some verbs to say what they are doing.

 

  • A yellow starfish laying on a rock
  • Some slippery, green seaweed swaying in the water
  • Lots of coloured fish swimming in the ocean

Wednesday 29th April

 

Use the PowerPoint to learn more about using commas in a list. Work your way through the slides, answering the questions and finding out the answers.

Thursday 30th April

 

Have a go at these questions linked to using commas in a list. The work you're doing today will help you tomorrow!

 

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Friday 1st May

 

Remember the list you wrote about describing what was happening under the sea on Monday? Today, I want you to have a go at writing that properly into full sentences and including commas in a list as you've been learning about over the last few days. You can revisit that work as well if you need to.

 

 So this...

  • A yellow starfish laying on a rock
  • Some slippery, green seaweed swaying in the water
  • Lots of coloured fish swimming in the ocean

 

Becomes this...

While Gabby was travelling in her bubble under the water, she saw a yellow starfish laying on a rock, some slippery, green seaweed swaying in the water and lots of coloured fish swimming in the ocean.

 

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