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Chelsea

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Monday 

Letter checklist

In the resources there is a checklist for you to complete and a letter to read.

 

With adult help, first of all I would like you to read the letter and look for any obvious mistakes. Can you spot anything?

 

Next you need to look at the checklist, look at this carefully because it will help you tomorrow.

 

Answer the points on the checklist, how many can you say yes for?

Letter

 

https://www.j2e.com/lansdowne-primary-school/KarlRedding/Formal+and+informal+letter+example+2.docx/

 

Checklist

 

https://www.j2e.com/lansdowne-primary-school/KarlRedding/Checklist+Chelsea.docx/

 

Tuesday 

Formal letter writing

When we write a larger piece of work in school we tend to do it over two days.

Please don't rush you letter, use today and tomorrow to make sure you letter is as accurate as possible.

 

Before you write anything, with some adult help, make sure you read the poster. I'm afraid it isn't good news!

 

When you have read the poster and have thought about what you want to say you can begin your own letter. There is an example of how yours might look. 

 

Remember to use the checklist from yesterdays lesson to help you include everything you need.

 

Poster

 

https://www.j2e.com/lansdowne-primary-school/KarlRedding/Council+Poster1.docx/

 

Example letter

 

https://www.j2e.com/lansdowne-primary-school/KarlRedding/Formal++letter+example1.docx/

 

Wednesday 

Complete you letter

 

 

Thursday 

Spellings:

Find your spellings from the link opposite and learn the list by Friday. Ask a member of your family to test you on your spellings and email us to tell us what you had!

https://www.j2e.com/lansdowne-primary-school/KarlRedding/Spellings+1.docx/
 

Super Sentences:

Use each of your spelling words to create a super sentence. A sentence for each word of your spellings. Try to use as many upgraded adjectives as possible to make your sentences really interesting!

E.g.clock

The huge clock ticked loudly.

 

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