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Thursday 2nd April 2020

Hello!! Missing you all J Enjoy the time with your family… we’ll be back at school in no time!



(Reminder – Two different books have been sent out to different children so please check which one you have and find the correct page.)


KS2 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Targeted Question Book


Page 5 – Adjectives


Page 4 - Adjectives

Read through the information at the top of the page and answer the questions.

Ask an adult to help you check if you’ve got them right and try to correct any mistakes.


IN YOUR RED BOOK – write the following date and LO

Thursday 2nd April 2020

LO: To expand sentences using adjectives.


Using the common noun sentences you wrote yesterday, expand each common noun by adding two adjectives. Underline the adjectives and noun together once complete.


For Example:

1. The cat was playing outside <- yesterday’s sentence

The fat, brown cat was playing outside <- new sentence with underlined adjective and noun.



– add two adjectives and a prepositional phrase (A fat, brown cat with a bow tie was playing outside)


- Look up some of the adjectives in a thesaurus and blow my mind with some amazing, alternative vocabulary!!

(Find a thesaurus online or an APP if you haven't got a hard copy)



Read aloud either a ‘reading for pleasure’ book from home or your school reading book to an adult for 15 minutes. Record your reading in your link book and ask your helper to sign.



Remember to practise your spellings for 10 minutes every day.

Dahl, Rosen and Rowling: poisonous, mountainous, famous, various, tremendous, enormous, jealous, serious, obvious, spontaneous


Walliams Group: room, last, jumped, even, before, because (big elephants can always understand small elephants) Bonus words: famous, enormous, serious