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Castleton Primary School, Green Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 1JZ

01132 637756

headteacher@castletonleeds.org.uk

Castleton Primary School

‘Unlocking Potential’

PLEASE SEE SCHOOP FOR LETTERS, KEEP SAFE, BE KIND AND STRONG..SEE YOU ALL SOON

Thursday 30th April

Unfortunately, I am still unable to load up videos today but here are the models for the different year groups. If you have been watching the videos, you will know how to change the sentences and make them into your own. Remember to try and use your own words as well as the ones that have been suggested, which are in RED.

Well done for keeping up with your writing and watching the videos.

Years 1 and 2

Sentence 1

A brave     woodcutter was nearby.

   fearless                              close by.

Sentence 2

He came to see          who was shouting.

                     find out                    yelling

                                                       screaming

Sentence 3

Little Red told him that the big,    bad wolf had eaten her poor, old granny.

                                               huge, nasty                                               grandma

                                                                                                                     grandmother

Sentence 4

He ran into the house and grabbed the wolf.

     raced                                 gripped

Sentence 5

He turned him upside down so that Granny              fell           out.

                                                               Grandmother  tumbled

                                                                Grandma         dropped

Sentence 6

The big,     bad wolf ran away because he was scared         of the woodcutter.

        huge, nasty                                                   frightened

                                                                                terrified

 Years 3 and 4

Sentence 1

Luckily,           a brave      woodcutter was nearby.

Fortunately,     fearless                                close by.

                          courageous

                          heroic

Sentence 2

As quick as a flash,     he came to see          who was shouting.

Quicker than a flash,                      find out                   yelling

                                                                                           screaming

Sentence 3

“The big,    bad wolf has eaten my poor,              old granny,”           cried Little Red.

          huge, nasty                              defenceless,        grandma

                                                                                         grandmother

Sentence 4

Bravely, he   ran into the house and grabbed the wolf.

Heroically      raced                               gripped

 

Sentence 5

He turned him upside down so that Granny              fell           out.

                                                                 Grandmother  tumbled

                                                                  Grandma         dropped

Sentence 6

Terrified,      the big,     bad wolf ran away from the woodcutter.

Scared,                 huge, nasty                                                      

Frightened,        

 

Years 5 and 6

Sentence 1

Luckily,           a brave      woodcutter was nearby.

Fortunately,     fearless                                close by.

                         courageous

                         heroic

Sentence 2

As quick as a flash,     he came to see          who was shouting      so loudly.

Quicker than a flash,                      find out                   yelling

                                                                                           screaming

Sentence 3

“The big,    bad wolf has eaten              my poor,              old granny,”           cried Little Red.

          huge, nasty             gobbled up          defenceless,        grandma

                                                                                                      grandmother

Sentence 4

The woodcutter, who really was very brave,             ran      into the house and grabbed the wolf.

                                                                heroic              raced                                  gripped

                                                                fearless

                                                                 courageous

 Sentence 5

Turning him upside down,  Granny              fell           out.

 Tipping                                  Grandmother  tumbled

                                                Grandma         dropped

Sentence 6

Scared and terrified,      the big, bad wolf ran away from the woodcutter.

Frightened                             evil, vicious