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15.5.20

Today, you are going to be finishing your stories.  Don't worry if you didn't get to write it all as long as you tried your best on each sentence.

 

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I would like the children to write: 'He ate plums.'

 

It is likely to look something like this. He at plums.

 

Don't forget to use finger spaces.  Maybe you could draw a picture of the end of the story, when he becomes a beautiful butterfly.

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I would like the children to try to write 'He ate lots of food. He turned into a butterfly.'

 

It is likely to look something like this. "He at lots ov fd. He tnd into a buterfli."

 

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

Maybe you can draw a picture to match your sentence.

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I would like you to try to write 'He ate a lot of food and felt sick.  He went to sleep and turned into a butterfly.

 

It is likely to look something like this. "He ait a lot of food and felt sick.  He went to sleep and terned into a buterfli."

 

Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.  Use your phase 3 sound chart to help you with those tricky sounds.

 

Maybe you can draw a picture to match your sentence.

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