Now that you've written your newspaper report, it's time to edit and improve your writing. Like I said with our diary entries, we've practised editing quite a lot in school so I won't be showing you my editing today. As always, you'll still need to read your writing out loud to listen for missing punctuation and that all your sentences make sense. If there are any spellings you're unsure about, use a dictionary at home or a website like https://kids.britannica.com/kids/browse/dictionary to check them. Once you've finished editing, read through your newspaper report one final time and find at least two sentences that you can add more detail to or improve with anything you're missing from the marking grid.
If you could like some feedback on your writing before your final draft tomorrow, please send me a picture of it.
Hopefully, by now you have some mould growing so it's time to conclude our investigation You can find a sheet below called Conclusion Sheet which you could print off to complete or you can write in your lined exercise book.
If you have already completed your conclusion or you don't have any mould, you can find an experiment you can do at home called Water Volcano below instead.