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Spy Dog’s Got Talent Watch and listen to the story. Do you think it is a good story? What makes it interesting for you? Do you think you would be able to write a story that other people would want … Continue reading
An adverb is a word that describes an action, telling “how,” “when,” “where,” “how often,” or “how much” an action took place. In the phrase “the cat ate hungrily,” hungrily is an adverb since it describes how the cat ate. … Continue reading
During the past few days, lots of snow has fallen. On Sunday, Miss Cox decided to make a snowman in her front garden. With pebble eyes and a carrot nose, Miss Cox felt proud of her creation. Unfortunately, on Monday … Continue reading
The Great Pet-Shop Panic from WorldBookDay's StoryTimeOnline on Vimeo. Watch the video clip taken from the World Book Day Website. Please comment on the story. Did it entertain you? Do you think you could write a story similar to it, … Continue reading
Do Bugs Have Bottoms? from WorldBookDay's StoryTimeOnline on Vimeo. Above is a video taken from the World Book Day webpage. Watch the video and then write a review about what you have watched. Did you enjoy what you saw? What … Continue reading
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Use the websites below to practise using their, there and they’re. Once you have done these activities, post 3 their,there and they’re sentences of your own. Ambleside Hemscott Better English
No, My Name is Parker on Storybird
Write about something you have really enjoyed working on this half term. Explain in exactly 100 words, what it is you have worked on and enjoyed.