This week we are going to explore different types of verbs, the rules you should apply for plurals, how to use a full stop correctly (period), what sound a long o’ makes and different types of sentences.
You will know you have been successful when you can:
# Identify different types of verbs (main, auxilliary, modal)
#Identify and use the Plural Rules
# You can use a full stop (period) correctly to complete a sentence.
What is the difference between these two colour poems?
How do you know?
Which Year level would you assign to each colour poem?
How would you make improvements to one of the poems? (add/change)
White White is like the sound of ice cubes clinking in a glass.
White is like the smell of freshly picked daisies from a green, green meadow.
White is like the taste of sweet, creamy ice cream on a hot summer day.
White is like the feel of a soft, fluffy pillow comforting you to sleep.
Blue Blue smells like the fresh, salty ocean as the breeze blows across it.
Blue sounds like a peaceful river flowing through the forest.
Blue tastes like a slippery, sweet lollipop energizing you in the middle of the afternoon.
Blue feels like soaring through the air with the birds and the clouds. ___________________________________________
Brown Brown is like the taste of rich, thick chocolate as you smooth it around on your tongue.
Brown is like the smell of tangy spices, soaking into barbecued meat.
Brown is like the sound of construction equipment, struggling to move the earth.
Brown is like the feeling of sluggishness, like lying around all day.
Pink Pink tastes like light, sugary cotton candy you get at the circus.
Pink smells like a baby just after a bath.
Pink sounds like tiny, glass wind chimes blowing in the breeze.
Pink feels like a light feather tickling your skin.