How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth
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This model text is a set of instructions explaining how to wash a woolly mammoth. It has been written to meet the Year 1 expected standard and comes with a handy annotated version detailing the text-type specific features (red), grammar (green), punctuation (purple) and spelling (blue) teaching opportunities should you wish to use this text with your learners. Tasks linked to adverbials and imperative verbs for children to complete at tables in groups or independently after carpet/whole class session.
This scheme of work is designed for LKS2 and has differentiated planning, resources and SMART notebooks to support a really enjoyable unit.The ten lessons in this unitgive children the opportunity to understand the features of instructions as a text type and create their owninstructionaltexts. Generate some other questions like the opening question “Does your (adjective, noun) need a (noun)?”
Follow up table activity resources for every session that children can complete independently or in groups for their writing books. Write a set of instructions for how to wash another animal using imperative verbs and numbered steps.Hi Ryan, this all looks amazingly helpful to plan lessons from, Could I please ask for the notbook docs to be saved as PPT as I cannot open them :( Thank you so much
A boy sits contentedly reading books when Nibbles the monster whizzes in and causes havoc by munching his way through the boy’s beloved books. With flaps to open, peep-holes to peek through and questions to answer, this is fun and interactive. In Maths, we have been partitioning 2-digit numbers into tens and ones and comparing them. If you would like to continue at home, here is a sheet 23.6.23 In Science, we will continue to build on our knowledge of our bodies but with a focus on using our ears to hear.
At the end of the week children are equiped to complete writing which will demonstrate that they have the skills to write instructions independently as well as having mastered fronted adverbials and imperative verbs. The above video may be from a third-party source. We accept no responsibility for any videos from third-party sources. Please let us know if the video is no longer working.