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Friday 22nd January 2021



Today is your final day on your spooky story.

Watch lesson 3 and complete your story.

Please make sure your work makes sense.

Also check that you have used good vocabulary and that your writing is neat.


We look forward to reading them.


Spooky Stories - Lesson 3

In this lesson we are looking at how sound words can enhance our short stories.

Thursday 21st January 2021


Today we would like you to watch the video for lesson 2 and focus on creating a suspense in the story.

Spooky Stories - Lesson 2

In this lesson we talk about building more suspense by not telling the reader what the creature is.

Now write your own short paragraph on what the suspense will be in your story.

Wednesday 20th January 2021



Yesterday, you watched Mr J & Mr K in Lesson 1 of Spooky stories. You should have completed your jottings 

(Mrs C style)


Today, I would like you to draw your character/s and make sentences from your jottings. 


Examples are on the sheet below.


By the end of this lesson.

you should have introduced the character and setting.


I have put some of the TWS lenses on the worksheet as a reminder because we haven't used them for a while.

Spooky Stories- Lesson 1

Our first lesson in the spooky story series, looking at how we can use short snappy sentences to enhance our writing and add suspense!



Watch the videos below, they show you how to use capital letters, full stops, question marks & apostrophes.


Then find the page which says Punctuation in your booklet and complete the activity.

Apostrophe | Grammar For Kids | Periwinkle

Apostrophe | Grammar For Kids | PeriwinkleWatch our other videos:English Stories for Kids:

Capital Letter, Full Stop, Question Mark | Grammar For Kids | Periwinkle

Capital Letter, Full Stop, Question Mark | Grammar For Kids | PeriwinkleWatch our other videos:English Stories for Kids:

Tuesday 19th January 2021




Over the next few days you are going to work on your own spooky story! Mr Keeling and Mr Jordan recorded the two videos below around Halloween last year but just ignore the fact that they mention Christmas!


You will need some paper and a pen or pencil. Don't worry about getting your story perfect today - first you need to get some good ideas down and then you can IMPROVE and EDIT them over the next few days as you learn some writers tricks.


To begin: have a think about spooky CHARACTERS - who is going to be in your story?

Think about spooky SETTINGS - where is your story going to take place? 


Listen carefully to Mr Keeling's DESCRIPTION  of the character in his story and her house, and then have a go at JOTTING down the beginning of your own SPOOKY story.......

Spooky Story competition.

It's time for another competition that you can do with your family and friends back at home. This time around we are writing SPOOKY STORIES. Short stories to...



Today's SPAG worksheet has a few activities about spelling and a section on HOMOPHONES.


Remember, a HOMOPHONE is when there are two or more words that are pronounced the same, but are often spelt differently and have different meanings.


For example: meet and meat.


I am going to meet my friend.

Lions love to eat meat.


Homophone Sentence Show | Primary English - Wonderful Words

Monday 18th January 2021



We are focusing on writing postcards in todays lesson.  We would like you to think about what you think some the features of a post card are, some of these are very similar to the features of a letter.  


Watch the power point below and write down what the features of a post card are.

Your task now is to write a postcard to your teacher telling them how lockdown has been for you.  Remember when writing a postcard we use informal language as usually they are sent to our friends or families.  Go back to Fridays lesson if you need a reminder on what formal and informal language is.


Looking forward to seeing all of your postcards!!!!

                            Monday 18th January 2021




Todays spelling and grammar lesson is looking at book language.  watch the video below to help you find some of the features of book language.

The Parts of a Book Song | English Songs | Scratch Garden

The Parts of a Book Song teaches you book vocabulary for the parts of a book! Our 2ND CHANNEL is on Patreon! ►► ◄◄It wo...

Blurb - Tells us about he book .  It will help you decide whether you want to read it or not.

Fiction vs Nonfiction

Explore the differences between fiction and nonfiction in this introduction to genre! WEBSITE: www.bespectacledlibrarian.comINSTAGRAM: @bespectacledlibrarian...