Teacher model how to write a postcard home telling some key information about the event. Emphasise that things are only equal when they are the same; i.
For children requiring additional support it may be helpful to use scale pans which balance. Plenary Read some of the postcards. Make personal collections of words to use in their writing. Look at a pre-written postcard. Brainstorm alternative words for said.
Who would you send a postcard to? Talk about Dave and the Penguins and where they are. Draw attention to the number sentences which are being made.
Print up answers and write each selected word into a sentence. Guide children to writing corner where they can have opportunities to write letters and postcards using resources available.
In pairs choose your favourite descriptive verb and write into a sentence on whiteboards. Ask one group of children to demonstrate the game to the rest.
Ensure that children are working at levels appropriate to their attainment. How did you do the calculation?
Place 6 multilink cubes in one pan and six in the other. Discuss what verbs are. Activities Children write a postcard using the print and do as a guide.
Focus on the above features and the signing off of a postcard. Begin to discuss alternatives and start a class collection. Talk through with a partner before writing.
Use a set of balance scales to demonstrate equality of number. Which number is the greater?
Ask the children to record their work on paper. Ask children to think of their own event that may happen to them that they would want to write home about e.Feb 01, · KS1 SATs Practise - Grammar and Punctuation How to write an INFORMAL LETTER in German Win a Postcard from Risa & Learn How to Fill Out Japanese Postcards - Duration.
Writing letters postcards and invitations MD First write your address at the top right-hand side of the page. Next write the date. Then underneath that, on the left-hand side, write Dear (Someone). Next write your message starting on a new line.
Then underneath that write With Best Wishes or Love From or Yours Sincerely. Finally sign your name. Apr 06, · One of the best parts of postcard writing is picking out the postcard image. Think about the person you are sending the postcard to and decide which image they would like best.
If you are travelling, find a postcard with a photograph of your favorite place so far on your trip%(72). Tips for writing a postcard Writing a postcard is like writing a short note. You don’t have a lot of room so just write a few lines.
You don’t need to write long sentences. Example Instead of writing ‘I am having a lovely time’. You could write: ‘Having lovely time’.
Write your message on the left side of the card. Write the address on the right side of the card. Y6 Reading: KS2 Last minute SATS Revision This is a hugely popular revision tool for the Y6 Reading SATS test!
Get ready for the KS2 reading assessments with this SATS Question Generat /5(23). A collection of fictional postcards from different places around the world. Each postcard gives some information about the place which can then be followed up with research.
A nice activity is to look at lots of examples of postcards and then for pupil /5(16).Download