45 thoughts on “Parent Workshop!”

    • Excellent adverb (slyly) and use of expanded noun phrases

      W – What suffix could you add to the verb watch to could you replace ‘watching’ with, so that your sentences makes more sense. (Clue: -ed or -est?)

    • Excellent use of expanded noun phrases and prepositions!

      W – Can you put an adverb before the verb ‘sat’ to up-level your sentence? (Clue: a word ending in -ly.)

  1. The brown, little animal crawling on the trees with a white stripe in the middle of the animal with small eyes and a little nose.

    • Great use of an expanded noun phrase!

      W – Can you add another adjective to the phrase ‘green grass’ so that it becomes a 2A?

    • Great adjectives and preposition!

      W – Can you extend your sentence so that it is a complete sentence and not just an expanded noun phrase? (Clue: add a verb phrase – what was the animal doing, e.g. standing, sitting, walking etc.)

    • Excellent use of additional phrases to up-level your sentence!

      W – What punctuation could you have used to separate your adjectives? (Clue: a full stop, an exclamation mark, parentheses, a question mark or a comma.)

    • Amazing range of adjectives, adverbs and prepositions.

      W – What punctuation could you have used to separate your adjectives? (Clue: a full stop, an exclamation mark, parentheses, a question mark or a comma.)

    • Excellent use of 2A and commas!

      W – Can you add an adverb into your sentence to up-level it further? (Clue: slowly, lazily, quickly, quietly, silently.)

    • Excellent expanded noun phrases and extension of your sentence! Well done!

      W – Can you spot where you’ve used a contraction incorrectly? (Clue – a contraction is two words joined together by an apostrophe, e.g. you’ve.)

  2. The cute, little dear with a fluffy white tail leaped over the sparkling, blue river.

    Hi Year 4! This is Greenbank Primary School leaving you a comment on your blog!

    Speak soon!

    Maple and Birch

    • Fantastic expanded noun phrase! Well done Parishe – it’s lovely to see one of our friends from Greenbank posting on our blog!

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