WALT: Use noun phrases
This week we are going to be building up to writing a letter based on the book Owl Babies. Today I would like you to look at noun phrases. Remember noun phrases are adjectives (describing words) followed by a noun (a name, place or thing) such as messy room or dark night. Go through the story and see if you can make a list of noun phrases you could use. If you want a challenge, try putting these into sentences. Please follow the link below for the story 'Owl Babies'.
Today we will be finding three quarters. Follow the link below and select Summer Term Lesson 1. Please note if you are struggle find the same point in Year 1s work.
'My Best Friend' by Abby Jenkins
Black and white
Thick and furry
Fast as the wind
Always in a hurry
Couple of spots
Rub my ears
Always comes when his name he hears
Loves his ball; it's his favorite thing
What's most fun for him? Everything!
Great big tongue that licks my face
Has a crate, his very own space
Big brown eyes like moon pies
He's my friend till the very end!