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WRITING – Onomatopoeia

What is onomatopoeia? Onomatopoeia refers to words that sound exactly or almost exactly like the thing that they represent. Many words that we use for animal or machine noises are onomatopoeia words, such as “moo” for the sound a cow… Continue Reading →

Writing – Wk1T3 – Haiku Poems

Watch the below video:   What is a Haiku poem????? “Haiku” is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has… Continue Reading →

Writing Week 10 – Procedure – How To Tie Your Shoelaces

Today you will write a procedure on ‘How To Tie Your Shoelaces’ for your buddy. procedure-with-shoelaces You must write your draft in your Writing book and get it checked by a teacher. Make sure to use as much detail as… Continue Reading →

Writing Week 9 – Early Finishers

Write a story! Use your imagination and use one of the story starters from the below website to write a creative short story. Visit the Scholastic Story Starter website to help you with this activity. http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/story-starters/writing-prompts/ Explore the themes of… Continue Reading →

Writing Week 9 – How to write a procedural text

Watch the below video: Here’s some more information on how to write a procedure: Features of a Procedure Today you are going to write and create an iMovie explaining “How to tie a reef knot”. What is the title? What… Continue Reading →

Writing Week 9 – ‘How to tie a Tie’

Watch the below clip: Today you will: Write and photograph the procedure on ‘How to tie a Tie’ Your draft is to be completed in your writing books. Make sure you get Mr B or myself to check your work…. Continue Reading →

Week 7 – Writing – Shape Poems

What is a shape poem? A Shape Poem is a type of poetry that describes an object and is shaped the same as the object the poem is describing. You could write your shape poem on anything. What Shapes Could… Continue Reading →

Writer’s Notebook – Olympics

Create a double page in your writer’s notebook about the Olympics. Things you may like to include: Medal Tally Focus on a sport Write about an athlete that inspires you The Olympic Rings Flags Events World Records Map of Brazil… Continue Reading →

Week 6 Writing – Onomatopoeia

What is onomatopoeia? Onomatopoeia refers to words that sound exactly or almost exactly like the thing that they represent. Many words that we use for animal or machine noises are onomatopoeia words, such as “moo” for the sound a cow… Continue Reading →

Week 6 Writing – Alliteration

Alliteration is a literary device that uses the repetition of the sounds, usually the beginning sounds, of words. Tongue twisters use alliteration, as does a phrase like “wide and wonderful world.” Alliteration creates a mood and shows how an author… Continue Reading →

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