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Week beginning 11th May 2020

Monday 11th May 2020

Write about riding a bike.

Use one of these sentence starters below to start you off.

"I ride my bike when..."

"At the weekend I ride my bike..."

 

Useful words

stabilisers   helmet   knee pads   shoulder pads   brakes   bell   wheel   handles

    

  • Mr Kirby's RWI/Literacy group - try and use one or some of the following conjunctions below to join your ideas together. Make sure that they make sense in your sentence first.

    but because or so if  

  • Miss Hodges' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) and a question mark (?) in your written response.
  • Miss Mills' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) in your written response.

 

If you have a bike now, you could write about the one you ride now.

Are you still riding with stabilisers? Are you able to ride without stabilisers?

If you don't have a bike at home, write about your dream bike.

What colour would it be? How big would it be?

 

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Write about horses.

Use one of these sentence starters below to start you off.

"Horses have..."

"Horses live..."

"What do horses...?"

(you could write a question to ask about horses that you would like to know the answer to)

 

Useful words

stable   horseshoe   hay   saddle   ride   field   reins   handles   gallop   neigh   helmet

    

  • Mr Kirby's RWI/Literacy group - try and use one or some of the following conjunctions below to join your ideas together. Make sure that they make sense in your sentence first.

    but because or so if  

  • Miss Hodges' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) and a question mark (?) in your written response.
  • Miss Mills' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) in your written response.

 

Have you seen a horse before? You could write about that one.

If you have ever rode a horse, you could write about how it felt.

You could write about what you would do if you had a pet horse. What would its name be?

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Write about a bad hair day!

Use one of these sentence starters below to start you off.

"One day I woke up and..."

"I was so upset because my hair..."

"I tried to dye my hair but..."

 

Useful words

hair dye   bleach   messy   frizzy   tangled  

    

  • Mr Kirby's RWI/Literacy group - try and use one or some of the following conjunctions below to join your ideas together. Make sure that they make sense in your sentence first.

    but because or so if  

  • Miss Hodges' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) and a question mark (?) in your written response.
  • Miss Mills' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) in your written response.

 

What would happen to your hair? 

Do you know a family member of friend who has had a bad hair day before?

How would you try to fix your hair and get it back to the way it was before? 

Thursday 14th May 2020

Write a letter to your class teacher.

Use one of these sentence starters below to start you off.

"Dear Mr Kirby," "Dear Miss Hodges," "Dear Miss Mills,"

"I am writing to you because..."

"I wanted to tell you that..."

 

Useful words

garden   family   neighbour   games   learning  

    

  • Mr Kirby's RWI/Literacy group - try and use one or some of the following conjunctions below to join your ideas together. Make sure that they make sense in your sentence first.

but because or so if  

  • Miss Hodges' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) and a question mark (?) in your written response.
  • Miss Mills' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) in your written response.

 

Write about what you have been doing at home to your class teacher.

What is your favourite activity that they have put on the website?

What games have you played?

Who are you staying at home with?

Have you been in contact with anyone else from your class?

Friday 15th May 2020

Write an invitation to a picnic.

Use one of these sentence starters below to start you off.

"Dear..."

"I want to invite you to..."

"It will be on...at...at..."

"Please bring with you..."

 

Useful words

blanket   plates   basket   friends   family   birthday     

    

  • Mr Kirby's RWI/Literacy group - try and use one or some of the following conjunctions below to join your ideas together. Make sure that they make sense in your sentence first.

but because or so if  

  • Miss Hodges' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) and a question mark (?) in your written response.
  • Miss Mills' RWI/Literacy group - include an exclamation mark (!) in your written response.

 

This could be a picnic birthday party that you could invite your friend to.

What food and drink will you have at the picnic?

What fun games will you play at the picnic?

 

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