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Seaside Topic Literacy

Just as we do when we start a new topic in school, we would like to find out what you already know about the seaside and what you would like to find out.

So we would like you to complete the Seaside KWL (What I Think I Know, What I Want to Know, What I've Learnt) grid, only the K and W parts. 

 

You can use the sheet below or just write in your Homework Book or any other writing book but remember to use subheadings for both paragraphs.

Can you remember what types of sentences we write in the box (where you tell what you know) and what type of sentences we write in the box (where you ask what you want to know)? What punctuation does each sentence type ends with?

Remember to check your sentences with our SC (Success Criteria).

Challenge: Can you write exclamation sentences for your KWL grid? In which part of the grid would you write them?
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Seaside Poetry

Acrostic Poems

 

Do you remember writing animal acrostic poems for Young Writers' Competition?

In an acrostic poem, all the first letter of each line spells a word. 

 

Have a go at writing an acrostic poem about seaside, sand or think of your own seaside word to spell with each line.

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