Guided Reading- Complete one of the activities that you haven't yet done this week. Question activity- Use your knoweldge of inference and literal to decide what type of question it is and then copy it into the correct section. Characters activity- record what you already know, what you would like to know and what you think (inference). Picture activity- Make inference and literal statements about the two pictures. Fianlly comprehension questions- Answer in full sentences.
Writing- After looking at the different features of a leaflet, we researched Yellowstone National Park and found some amazinf facts! Today's task is to create four persuasive questions that we will use in our leaflets. two of the questions will go at the start and two will go at the end.
A list of adjectives you may want to use in your questions:
Handwriting- We are focusing on wave letters. Today’s letter is the letter c. Watch the video and complete the task.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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