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This Editing Task worksheet, ‘About a Kitten’, features a rough draft of a narrative text about a stray kitten. It encourages students to identify spelling, punctuation, and capitalisation errors in the text and then to write out a correct version. The purpose of this task is to develop students’ accuracy in written work.

Vocabulary
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This vocabulary activity, ‘Antonyms’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to use words that have opposite meanings.

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This spelling activity, ‘Capital Letters’ provides opportunities for practice with using capital letters.

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This quick reference chart ‘Capitalisation’ explains how and when to use capital letters when writing. It introduces students to the mechanics of this area and includes a list of examples where capital letters should be used.

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This quick reference chart ‘Capitalisation’ explains how to use capital letters in writing. It introduces students to the mechanics of this area and includes a list of examples where capital letters should be used.

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘Capitalisation King’ supports students in editing and revising their writing, focusing on correct capitalisation of common and proper nouns.

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This quick reference chart ‘Capitalisation, Spelling, and Punctuation’ explains how to correctly use these elements in writing and what to look for when you revise. It introduces students to the principles of writing mechanics and includes examples of how to use capital letters for emphasis, how to ‘best guess’ the spelling of unfamiliar words and …More

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘Capitalising on Chocolate’ supports students in editing and revising their draft letters focusing on correct capitalisation of common and proper nouns.

Vocabulary
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This vocabulary activity, ‘Compound Words’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to create compound words.

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This spelling activity, ‘Contractions’ provides opportunities for practice with recognising words which can form contractions.

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This spelling activity, ‘Contractions’ provides opportunities for practice with recognising which smaller words are used in forming contractions.

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This spelling activity, ‘Contractions’ provides opportunities for practice with recognising which smaller words are used in forming contractions.

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This spelling activity, ‘Contractions’ provides opportunities for practice with recognising which smaller words are used in forming contractions.

Spelling
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This spelling activity, ‘Homophones’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to identify the correct homophone to complete the sentences.

Writing Traits
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This Writing Traits activity, ‘Imagery: Using Similes’ encourages students to use a simile in descriptive writing.

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This quick reference chart ‘Italics, Capitals, and Bold Lettering’ helps students to identify and use upper-case letters and bold to emphasise meaning. It is aimed at introducing students to the principles of using special type to convey meaning and provides examples and space for students to practise using capitals and bold lettering to help make …More

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This graphic organiser, ‘My First Pronouns’ supports students in editing and revising their autobiographical writing, focusing on correct use of pronouns and antecedents.

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This Editing Task worksheet, ‘Nicky’s Determination’, features the rough draft of a narrative text about a small boy making the rugby team. It encourages students to identify spelling, capitalisation, punctuation, and usage errors in the text and then to write out a correct version. The purpose of this task is to develop students’ accuracy in …More

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This graphic organiser, ‘Parade of Pronouns’ supports students in editing and revising their writing, focusing on correct use of pronouns and antecedents.

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This spelling activity, ‘Past Tense’ provides opportunities for practice with identifying the correct spelling of verbs in the past tense.

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This vocabulary activity, ‘Past Tense’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to use verbs in the past tense in a sentence.

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This graphic organiser, ‘Picking Out Possessives’ supports students in editing and revising their writing, focusing on correct use of possessive singular and plural nouns.

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This graphic organiser, ‘ Picking Out the Food Possessives’ supports students in editing and revising their food writing, focusing on correct use of possessive singular and plural nouns.

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This vocabulary activity, ‘Plural Words’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to match the word to its plural form in context.

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This vocabulary activity, ‘Plurals’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to identify the correct plural nouns.

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This vocabulary activity, ‘Plurals’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to use plural nouns in the correct context.

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This graphic organiser, ‘Pointing Out Punctuation’ supports students in developing their writing skills, focusing on correct use of punctuation in sentences.

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘Pointing Out the Treasure’ helps students select the appropriate punctuation to use for various sentences within their draft writing.

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘Pounding Out Careers’ supports students in editing and revising their career writing, focusing on correct use of prepositions.

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘Pounding Out Prepositions’ supports students in editing and revising their writing, focusing on correct use of prepositions.

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This spelling activity, ‘Punctuation’ provides opportunities for practice with correctly punctuating sentences.

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This quick reference chart ‘Punctuation’ offers guidance on full stops, question marks, exclamation marks and commas. It introduces students to the mechanics of this area and includes a list of reference examples for correct usage.

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This quick reference chart ‘Punctuation’ offers guidance on full stops, question marks, exclamation marks and commas. It introduces students to the mechanics of this area and includes a list of reference examples for correct usage.

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This quick reference chart ‘Punctuation’ offers guidance on full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas and colons. It introduces students to the mechanics of punctuation and includes a list of reference examples for correct usage, as well as tips for revising punctuation.

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This quick reference chart ‘Punctuation’ offers guidance on full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas, semicolons and colons. It introduces students to the mechanics of punctuation and includes a list of reference examples for correct usage, as well as tips for revising punctuation.

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This quick reference chart ‘Punctuation Marks’ offers guidance on full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas and colons. It introduces students to the mechanics of punctuation and includes a list of reference examples for correct usage, as well as tips for revising punctuation.

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This graphic organiser, ‘Putting a Cap on Capitalisation’ provides students with the opportunity to identify and categorise proper nouns.

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This graphic organiser, ‘Putting a Cap on My Secret Pal’s Capitalisation’ provides students with the opportunity to identify and categorise proper nouns in their draft letter writing.

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This quick reference chart ‘Revising Your Writing’ shows students what to look for when they proofread their work .It is aimed at encouraging students as themselves questions about the content, organisation, sentence construction, usage and mechanics in their writing to make their composition the best it can be.

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This quick reference chart ‘Sentence Construction and Usage’ shows students how using a variety of words can improve their writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to avoid using repetitive words, sentences and phrases and to use word variety to make their writing interesting. It includes a practical example to illustrate this point.

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This vocabulary activity, ‘Singular Words’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to match plural nouns to their singular form.

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This quick reference chart ‘Spelling’ helps students to spell words they may not be sure of when they are unable to look them up. It includes practical tips to avoid spelling mistakes, such as using a different word that means the same thing or using the base word to determine the correct spelling of an …More

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This quick reference chart ‘Spelling and Capitalisation’ explains how to correctly use these elements in writing and what to look for when you revise. It introduces students to the principles of writing mechanics and how to build vocabulary and check for correct usage of capital letters. It also provides a checklist for good writing.

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This quick reference chart ‘Spelling and Capitalisation’ explains how to correctly use these elements in writing and what to look for when you revise. It introduces students to the principles of writing mechanics and how to build vocabulary and check for correct usage of capital letters.

Vocabulary
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This vocabulary activity, ‘Synonyms’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to match words with others that have the same meaning.

Vocabulary
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This vocabulary activity, ‘Synonyms’ supports vocabulary development by encouraging students to match words with others that have the same meaning.

Reading
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This reading activity, ‘Synonyms’ provides opportunities for practice with choosing synonyms to replace words within the paragraph.

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This reading activity, ‘Tense’ provides opportunities for practice with identifying the correct tense to complete the sentences.

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘The Monsters’ World Series’ supports students in editing and revising their draft monster writing, focusing on correct use of commas in sentences.

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This graphic organiser, ‘The World Series of Commas’ supports students in developing their writing skills, focusing on correct use of commas in sentences.

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This writing text worksheet ‘Use of Quotation Marks’ supports students to understand and use this form or punctuation. It introduces students to the principles of punctuation and includes guidelines for when to use quotation marks and how to punctuate different examples. It also provides space for students to practise using quotation marks.

Writing Traits
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This Writing Traits activity, ‘Using Capital Letters’ encourages students to read, identify, and explain why certain words need to be capitalised.

Writing Text
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This quick reference chart ‘Using Italics’ helps students to identify when and how to use italics in their writing. It is aimed at introducing students to the principles of using special type to convey meaning and provides examples of different cases where students can use italics to help make their writing more interesting and engaging …More

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This written language activity, ‘Using Tenses’ supports language development by encouraging students to practise using tenses appropriately. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of tenses and how a simple sentence can be expressed in different ways to indicate time in the past, present and future.

Editing Task
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This Editing Task worksheet, ‘Wild Animals as Pets’, features a rough draft of a persuasive text about the dangers of people keeping dangerous or exotic animals as pets. It encourages students to identify spelling, capitalisation, punctuation, and usage errors in the text and then to write out a correct version. The purpose of this task …More

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