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Why is grammar important? man eating shark man-eating shark I’m sorry; I love you I’m sorry I love you
YEAR ONE Sentence finger spaces Capitals full stops, question marks and exclamation marks ordering sentences plural and singular
YEAR ONE Using the cards on your table, can you create a sentence in your group? Magnetic letters are another great way to explore this!
YEAR TWO making nouns suffix compound words adjectives Adverbs Verbs Subordinate and co-ordinating sentences, Expanded noun phrases (the blue butterfly) Statement, question, exclamation or command Using present or past tense and progressive verbs (she is drumming) Apostrophe comma
YEAR TWO Find ways of using and playing with these word types in every day life. You could play the corners game with word types Play an alphabet game with adjectives Discuss how verbs, adjectives or nouns are used in your reading book
YEAR THREE making nouns using prefixes a or an (consonant, vowel) word families conjunctions and subordinate clauses prepositions headings and subheadings present perfect (he has gone out to play) inverted commas or speech marks to us!
YEAR FOUR plural and possessive s modifying adjectives (the strict maths teacher with curly hair) avoiding WE WAS and I DONE; Paragraphs use of pronouns and possessive pronouns direct speech determiners fronted adverbials
YEAR FIVE suffixes –ate, -ise, -ify to change nouns or adjectives into verbs relative clauses adverbs and modals for possibility brackets, dashes or commas for parenthesis cohesion (through adverbials or tense choices) Ambiguity relative pronoun
YEAR FIVE Use pung fu to mark in the missing punctuation in these sentences: Miss Ling who teaches year six is leading this workshop Despite the rain the children stayed outside
YEAR SIX formal and informal vocabulary Cohesion Passive subjunctive columns, bullet points, headings and subheadings semi colon, colon, hyphen and dash, Synonym and antonym ellipsis