This week we are learning about when to use capital letters in our writing.
- at the start of a sentence
- for a name (Sarah)
- for a name of a place (Bradford)
- for the days of the week
- for the personal pronoun I
We will be linking our sentences to our key text Little Red Riding Hood.
Below are suggested activities that are not linked to our key text. This is so you can watch the videos to help you understand the objective if you are working from home. However if you can think of ways to link to Red Riding Hood that is great.
An example of this could be...
On Wednesday Red Riding Hood went swimming.
Practise forming capital letters.
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Watch the video about using capital letters for days of the week. Then practise spelling the days of the week.
Let's write about other people
Watch the short video about Joe Wicks and then try writing some sentences about it.
Joe Wicks talked about five different exercises in his video. Can you remember what they were?
Pick three of the exercises and write a sentence about each of them.
Remember to use capital letters correctly.
Practice spelling the days of the week. Remember they all need a capital letter.
Write a sentence about what you do on each day.
On Monday we have P.E with Mr Mann.