Ask students to pick one out each and either and describe it in as much detail as possible this is a great mindfulness activityor put the students into 2s or 3s and ask them to each write a short story which involves all the objects in their group, before comparing their stories for similarities and differences.
The teacher will read the first 5 questions and children must listen and write their answer in their booklet. Xargle series of books written by Jeanne Willis and illustrated by Tony Ross. Are there any example questions I can look at. Some questions prompt children to show their working and are worth 2 marks.
Another good tip for decoding a tricky word is to encourage your child to read the whole sentence, missing out the difficult word. While they are looking after the mascot, they should write a short story in the book outlining what the mascot has done during its stay with them.
A score below indicates that the child needs more support, whereas a score of above suggests the child is working at a higher level than expected for their age. Once the note is received, students read it and reply. These stories can then be read aloud perhaps in small groups and the others can guess what the words were.
The feedback in the book suggests they do better if they concentrate on one area in more detail though and you could do this as a class by looking at books on noctural animals and sharing what the children have found and then researching together to answer any questions they may like to know the answers to etc.
Suggested incidental writing opportunities are identified throughout which includes working with vocabulary and sentences as well as responding to the text so that children have many opportunities to practise and consolidate writing skills.
There are 40 worksheets in the progamme, that cover all the key topics in the English curriculum for Year 2. The children could then write: Allow your child around 20 minutes to complete the test.
Read the story through with the children. It might be useful to discuss existing animals and their characteristics beforehand.
Help them to imagine that they are 'in' the picture and ask them to talk about what they can see, hear, feel and smell. Continue like this for a while, with the children explaining where he is.
The character description is easier to handle as you can do hot seating etc before you go and do the task. Patterns of shapes and numbers. Will my child be given a Level. Ask if anyone knows anything else.
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