Please find below the link to this week's copy of the Wednesday Word if you would like to share and reflect upon the Sunday Gospel.
Google Classroom Work
Half Term Writing Task- The Cave (continued)
Last week, you were asked to write the beginning to a story about a dark and mysterious cave.
Your half term writing task is to write the middle and end to this story.
At the end you should have a gripping story full of adjectives to make your writing more interesting.
You are standing at the edge of the mysteriously dark cave.
What can you see?
What can you smell?
How do you feel?
Are you alone?
How did you end up there?
You are going to write the beginning of your story about the cave. Your story should include lots of adjectives to describe the cave. Use the questions above to help you think about what you want to write.
Let your imagination run wild :)
Firstly, click the link and watch the video. You are going to write a newspaper article about the video you have watched. It is your job to pretend you are the reporter, think about how the lighthouse keeper, villagers and people in the boat were feeling.
Look carefully at the attached picture and read the opening paragraph. Use your creative writing skills to continue the story using lots of description to captivate your reader. Remember to use adjectives, adverbs, paragraphs, punctuation and speech.
We hope that you are all well rested, ready and excited for the year ahead. We have been looking forward to your return for a very long time. We hope that you feel happy, settled and safe in school.
Below, you will find information and activities that will aid your child’s transition into Year Four.
Don't forget swimming starts for Y3JMc on the first day back (28th October '19). Please ensure that you send your child in with their swimming kits.
We have had so much fun whilst reading our class text. We carried out lots of exciting work linked to this including: role play, hot-seating, writing instructions for our own magical medicine, illustrating part of the story, writing rhymes and even making a magical medicine.