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Week 4 - Main Activity

 

'You Have Mail!'

 

 

There is nothing better than a handwritten postcard or letter to make someone's day. Send someone you love a postcard or a letter to tell them what you have been up to and to let them know that you miss them.

 

 

As we are staying at home for the time being, you could write and keep hold of the letter and wait until it is safer to send or give it to them in person.

 

Things to include:

 Date and Address

 Greeting

 Include an introduction 

 Use paragraphs

 Keep it informal and chatty - tell them what you have been up to, what           you are missing, what you wish you could do, anything new you have learnt...

 Ask them questions too!

You could even include a drawn picture or card.

 

You can use the letter or postcard templates below (either print or copy onto paper) or you can design your own!

You can also use the links below to help you get started:
Picture 1

Week 4 - 10 minute Writing Challenge:

 

Dave Pigeon by Swapna Haddow

 

  

 

Get your pen and writing book at the ready! Watch the video introduction below to learn about your week 4 challenge

Remember to:

  1. Choose any animal of your choice
  2. Get down Low! Lie on the floor to REALLY see what the world looks like from an animals point of view!
  3. Write a paragraph from that animals perspective. What advetures do they get up to?

 

Happy Writing! laugh

Week 4 - Picture of the Week - Free Writing

 

Best Friends

 

 

Story Starter:

 

They had always been together, for as long as he could remember. They had always been the best of friends. She had taught him everything he knew, relentlessly preparing him for life in the outside world.

This was the moment they had both been waiting for…

 

Can you continue the story?

 

 

Don't forget to share all of your fantastic writing using the year group email address:

 

year5@woodsideacademy.co.uk

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