Year 5! Mrs Peyry has a couple of challenges for you...
1) How many words can you make by only changing ONE letter each time. Can you beat my score of 10?
Here’s mine: Your starting word is:
2) How many modal verbs can you fit into one sentence?
Remember modal verbs are verbs of possibility:
Might, should, could, would, ought to, may, can, must, shall, will, have to, used to.
The cat should have seen the dog and ought to have run away quickly, however, it may have thought that the dog might not have seen it.
Every weekday morning at 9.30am Pie presents on RadioBlogging.net This is a free internet literacy radio show aimed at KS2 that includes language games, creative writing and guest input from famous authors such as Frank Cottrell-Boyce. The programmes are interactive – the children write during the programme and afterwards. All of the shows that have been broadcast are available to listen back to online at RadioBlogging.net Visit RadioBlogging.net here.
Talk for Writing Trainer Jamie Thomas is writing a daily blog with creative ideas for teaching literacy and maths at home. This may be of interest to colleagues or parents that are home-schooling. Access the blog here.
Attached is a literacy pack with a story - The Game - and activities written by Pie Corbett. It is age related and children mostly love his stories - take a look!
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