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14.5.20

Today you will be continuing to write your Very Hungry Caterpillar Story.

 

Chilli one is for children working below expected for writing in their last report.  These children need to focus on forming letters correctly.  If you find your child is coping well with this challenge tomorrow try to work on chilli two.

Chilli two is for children working at expected for writing in their last report.  These children need to focus on writing a clear sentence, using sounds they already know.  Words do not need to be spelt correctly.  If you find your child is coping well with this challenge tomorrow try to work on chilli three.

Chilli three is for children working beyond expected for writing in their last report.  These children need to be forming clear sentences using sounds they already know and begin to write stories.  If you find your child is coping well with this challenge, tomorrow try to get them to write their own sentences.

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I would like the children to try to write 'He ate a pear.'

 

 It is likely to look something like this. He at a p.

 

Don’t forget to use finger spaces.  Maybe you could draw a picture to match your sentence.

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I would like the children to try to write ‘On Tuesday he ate a pear.’

 

It is likely to look something like this.  On tusda he at a pe.

 

Don’t forget to use a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop.

Maybe you could draw a picture to match your sentence.

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I would like the children to try to write ‘On Wednesday he ate three plums.  He was still hungry.  On Thursday he ate strawberries.

 

It is likely to look something like this.  On Tusdai he ait an three plums. He was stil hungree. On Thersdai he ait to storberees.

 

Don’t forget to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Maybe you could draw a picture to match your sentence.

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