LI: To use fronted adverbials
Fronted adverbials are adverbials which are at the beginning of a sentence. They are always followed by a comma.
Hastily, Tom ran to see his best friend before he left for home.
Hastily is the fronted adverbial.
Sometimes adverbials are in the middle of a sentence. When we alter the sentence to have the adverbial at the front, we will still have the same meaning but it is an advanced method of writing.
Now try the questions in your pack. Have fun!
LI: To identify grammar and punctuation errors in a paragraph.
Using your knowledge of how we should use grammar and punctuation, complete the worksheet in your pack named 'Confusing Sentences'.
- capital letters and full stops
- how we should write names
LI: To understand the Holi Festival.
Using the sheet provided, read through the passage and underline any words you do not understand and research their meaning either using a dictionary or using the internet. Once you have fully read the passage, complete the questions attached. Try to write perfect answers by including key parts of the question in your answer.
LI: To use Y5 spellings in sentences.
Complete the first section of the worksheet. Then, write sentences that use the words that you hunted for.
Example: The woman saw her favourite snowdrops start to appear in early February.
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