Imagine you are Maia sitting, dipping your toes in the cold, clear water, on the jetty outside Finn’s wooden lodge. Describe the scene around you. Remember to use the five senses and poetic language to help you.
Some fantastic Phoenix poems, well done class 6. Don’t forget to comment on each others’ work. Apologies for the delay in approving them.
The children will be tested on these words on Friday 16th December.
Write a free verse poem in 100 words using as many poetic features as possible! Use the picture as a stimulus.
Rounding maths task – challenge yourself!
Literacy and Language – page 7
Keep practising last week’s spellings
Robin Hood has been spotted entering Sir Guy of Gisborne’s castle. What on earth can be going on? Can the sworn enemies have become friends or is there something more sinister going on? Broadcast your opinion to the local community!
Tomorrow’s writing tasks – it may be helpful to get into role as Sir Guy this evening as on Thursday and Friday you will be writing the story from his point of view!
For anyone who forgot to take home the prompt sheet here is our Wonderful Write task for tomorrow…
This week you are to be in role as Maid Marian. Write a secret love letter to Robin to tell him how relieved you were to see him return safely after his altercation with Sir Guy. Express your hopes for the future and any plans you have. Use expanded noun phrases to give added detail.