Write a letter explaining what liquids and gases are. Print out the differentiated postcards and then ask children to correct them. Would he ask for payment for the broken chair? Include telephone number and email if available Greeting — There are several variations that can be used depending on how well you know the person: Dear Mary, Hi Mary, Greetings Complimentary close — short comment, for example Love, Lots of love, With thanks, See you soon Typical layout of an informal letter Tips for writing good letters Make sure that they are well written.
Record these. Children role play the difficulties that they may have in the jungle and record on speech bubbles what they might shout out or say. Children could stand at the font holding the words on cards, and you could show that if you took one adjective out the phrase still words and if you take the other one out it still works so we are using commas to separate them in a list.
What do they think it is like? Create own version of The Book of Dark stories using prompts from the clip. Taken from the OUP primary literacy resource. Arguments should be clearly made. But care should be taken to make sure that all the questions in the original letters are answered.
You need to be clear on the date and the time, as well as the location. How does Santa Claus occupy his time for the rest of the year?