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  Activity 1: Have a listen to the recording below. You can also follow along to the story on the pictures below:

Part 1.mp3

Part 2.mp3


Activity 2:  This week have a go at writing a story. You can use the sentences or pictures below to help you come up with an idea if you would like. If you already have an idea for a story, you can use that.

  Try to show off your fantastic learning from across the year. Can you include speech marks, main and subordinate clauses and the present perfect tense. There are reminders of these below if you need them.

  The air turned black all around me.

  Icy wind slashed at his face and the rain danced its evil dance upon his head as he tried to get his bearings on the isolated beach. 

 Bleary-eyed, I went downstairs for breakfast, the house was empty, even the furniture had gone...

  The date was 13th July, my 345th birthday... it would be my last...

 "Follow me!" she whispered.

 The clock stopped... 74 minutes past was time to get up.

 Everything stopped, people were stood like statues all around me, people in cars, men on bicycles, babies in prams all lifeless, frozen in time.

Punctuation: Introduction to speech marks (KS2)

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What is a subordinate clause? | Oxford Owl

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Main and Subordinate Clause Song

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Activity 3:

  This week we are going to continue learning about homophones. We are going to look at some of the most common homophones that people get confused.

  Have a look at the pictures below to help you figure out the difference between these homophones.

  There is a worksheet below to help you practice using the homophones correctly.








  Have a try of the kahoot on the link below to see if you can remember what the different homophones mean. The pin is: 07130550.

Grammar: There, Their, or They're?

In this video, you'll learn more about when to use "there," "their," and "they're" correctly in American English. Visit

Grammar Master: Homophones

On this episode of "Grammar Master", learn about homophones! Music: "Life of Riley" by Kevin MacLeod