The superstar writer of the week from last week was…
You really impressed all of the adults in Pearl class with your super handwriting, spelling and independent writing.
This week’s superstar writer of the week is…
Miss Varley was blown away with your story this week. It was neat, included questions and exclamation sentences as well as expanded noun phrases. It was a pleasure to read and mark!
We have been writing riddles to describe our favourite farm animal linked to our trip to Whirlow Hall Farm.
Can you guess which farm animal our Superstar Writer of the Week wrote her riddle about?
Who am I?
My babies are called chicks.
I have glossy, brown feathers and I scratch on the ground to find my food.
I live in a wooden, dark shed or in a grassy, green field.
I lay brown, speckled eggs and sometimes they can hatch into fluffy, yellow chicks.
I begin with the sound ‘h’.
Our Superstar Writer of the Week is…
This superstar writer has been impressing Pearl class for a couple of weeks with the amount of effort you have been putting into your writing. You are starting to edit your own writing before an adult looks at it and your spelling is improving all of the time. Keep it up!
Last week’s Superstar Writer of the Week was…
We have been able to see massive improvements in your Literacy work over the last couple of weeks. You have grown in confidence and this is now showing through your writing.
These two children have impressed the adults in Pearl class all week with their brilliant attitude to their writing this week. You have done everything that the adults have asked you to do and more!
Fantastic effort – keep up the hard work!
Miss Varley was so impressed by your writing this week. You have been able to include expanded noun phrases, commands and exclamation sentences as well as independently including contractions in your topic work!
What a terrific transformation in your writing! You really deserve Superstar Writer this week.
We have been innovating a story to add in our own characters and you have been able to include expanded noun phrases, commands, questions and exclamation sentences in your writing. It was a pleasure to mark your book! Keep it up!