Mrs Plowes and Miss Kirwin have been busy writing your reports. Please can you finish the three sentences and comment below.
This year I have enjoyed...
I have got better at...
Next year I am looking forward to...
These will be used for your 'Pupil Comment' part of your report.
This week we have been looking at 3-ed sentences. (Remember Ed Sheeran!)
Start the sentence with 3-ed adjectives to describe feelings and remember each one needs a comma.
Eg. Frightened, terrified, exhausted Miss Bramwell escaped the clutches of the monstrous creatures.
Well done everyone, you're really getting the hang of this now! The next sentence type involves using similes. These can be as a sentence opener or within the sentence.
He shivered like a leaf as he crept towards the ferocious, snarling dog.
Although it was August it was as cold as a late December evening.
This week we have learned all about 2A sentences - can you have a go?
Remember....... two adjectives with a comma to describe a noun followed by another two adjectives with a comma to describe a second noun.
E.g. He was a tall, awkward man with an old, crumpled jacket.