Today we are recapping over capital letters and full stops in our SPaG lesson! There will be a few examples of sentences that aren't quite right and we are going to be superheroes by helping to uplevel them! We are also going to look at placing capital letters and full stops in longer pieces of text. I will explain both activities today, which can be written straight into home learning books or on a piece of paper. Activity 1 - Can you include the capital letters and full stops in the first two sentences? For the second part you need to organise the jumbled up sentences so they make sense! Include a capital letter and full stop too please! Activity 2 - Can you include capital letters and full stops in the text? Otherwise the reader is going to run out of breath!
30.03.21 - Literacy
Today we are going to be looking at exclamation marks in our SPaG literacy lesson! The lesson format is similar to yesterday, where we will look at what an exclamation mark is, have a go at guessing which punctuation should go at the end of the sentence and then I will go through your 2 activities for today. Activity 1 - Writing out the sentences and finishing them off with either a full stop or exclamation mark. Remember sentences with a lot of emotion e.g. anger, excitement will need an exclamation mark. Activity 2 - Can you write an exclamation sentence the boy might be saying? Remember it MUST have an exclamation mark at the end to show his emotion! There is an example on the video, which may help to give you an idea. All activities can be written straight into your home learning book or on a piece of paper.
29.03.21 - Literacy
This week we are going to have SPaG based lessons, to help our writing for when we return after Easter. Today's lesson is all about question marks! We are going to look at what they are, when they might be used and apply them into our own writing. There are two activities today for you to have a go at (these can be written straight into your home learning book or on a piece of paper)... Activity 1 - Can you complete each sentence with either a full stop or question mark? Remember a question mark is a sentence that requires an answer, so think about if you would respond to the sentence! Activity 2 - Can you think of two questions the boy may be asking his teacher? Remember they are questions so MUST have a question mark at the end!
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