Level 3 piece of writing as a display for year 2 so they can see what level writing they are aiming for. Children annotate the writing to identify 'what makes a level 3 piece of writing'. Change the piece of writing termly to suit the topic/unit of work.
Identifying Adjectives: Students choose a character from a book. Group together students who choose the same character. Direct each group to scan the book for adjectives describing the character and record them. Next, instruct groups circle 7-10 words that best describe the character. Have them illustrate and cut out the character's head and arms, then draw and cut out the character's feet. Accordion-fold a sheet to make the body. Have the child label each fold with a word from their list.
Punctuation on Old Books - Treetop Displays - A set of 13 A5 posters showing information on punctuation marks in old open books. Each poster explains how the punctuation is used. Will make a very eye-catching and informative display! Visit our website for more information and for other printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).
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Synonyms for words like big. Which is good because I just can't believe it's the only adjective they can think of! Means I can just point and then get back to doing whatever mundane household chore I was doing at that time :)