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Hello Year 6
As we have a few extra days for online learning before Half Term we will be focusing on preparing for writing connected to our next text 'Kick'.
Make sure you listen to all of the uploaded chapters for Kick on the Y6 Story tab and complete the daily writing activities connected to it below.
I would like you to send me your completed work to the email below.
Thankyou to Sara and Tawhidaa (6DRS) for sending in their written work this week.
I would like to share with everyone some of their great sentences.
Please can you all send in your completed work from last week to the email:
The next morning, the puppy was given delicious, splendid food in a blue bowl with his name on it. (Prepositional phrases- Sara)
“Let’s dance my lovely!” dad said in a soft voice.
“Urm, I’m not really good at dancing!” nervously answered the lady.
“Come on, it will be fine!” dad replied with a smile.
(Inverted commas- Sara)
Winston was eating a revolting, gross, sickening sprout with a peculiar leaf on top.
(Expanded noun phrase- Sara)
One day, a kind-hearted man bent down and gave the famished pup a crinkle-cut chip.
(Expanded noun phrase- Tawhidaa)
The puppy, who was hungry, found a chip that was given by a kind man.
(Embedded clause- Sara)
Heartbrokenly, dad stared at the peculiar leaf.
Seconds later, Dad arrived and was very embarrassed.
(Adverbial phrase- Tawhidaa)
Jane Considine The Nation's Story
We have now completed the Live Lessons with Jane.
Schools took part from across the World and over 100,000 students watched!
Children's work was showcased each day and we were lucky enough to have one of our students Hamza in 6DRS chosen.
His sentence features in this Nation's Story.
Listen out for the 'familiar shoes' sentence as this is Hamza's!!!