Look at the picture of George and the princess eating the feast. Use your inference skills to decide what they are saying and thinking. Why do you think the princess invited the mouse to eat at the castle?
We are looking at another sentence type today. Unlike a statement a question requires an answer.
Can you write some questions about the picture attached below? Remember to start your sentence with a question word such as where, when, who, why, what, how and end the sentence with a question mark. For example, Who are the children in the picture?
Practice writing the word of the day in your neatest handwriting several times:
Write today's sentence containing the word 'would'.
'I wish he would stop jumping.'
I wonder if you can use your neatest handwriting to write your own sentence using the word of the day.
Draw a large flower with five petals. Now practice writing your spellings in each of the flower petals.
Write sentences to describe the setting. Remember to include capital letters, full stops and adjectives.
To make your writing even better include a range of conjunctions (and, but, because, so, if) and noun phrases for example, the tall, thin Acacia tree.
You could even include a range of sentence starters to make your writing even more exciting.