Join Mrs Lamb for her final pobble365.com writing session, todays picture is from July 28th.
What can you see in the picture? What is happening? I wonder what that would be like? Try to think of your own sentence and have a go at writing it by yourself. You can use the phonics that you already know and also use your keyword sheet for words that you know. Remember to start your sentence with a capital letter, put finger spaces between words and finish your sentence with a full stop.
21/7/20 Mrs Lamb Pobble365
Join Mrs Lamb as she writes about this picture from July 21st on pobble365.com
What can you see in the picture? Are you frightened? What is it looking at and what will it do next? Have a think of your own sentence and then try writing it by yourself using phonics that you already know and some keywords form your keyword sheet. Remember to use a capital letter to start your sentence and put finger spaces between words. Use a full stop to finish your sentence.
20/7/20 Mrs Lamb Pobble365
Join Mrs Lamb as she models her writing her the picture from July 20th on Pobble365.com
What can you see in the picture? What is happening? Try to think of your own sentence about the picture and have a go at writing about it by yourself using the phonics that you already know. You can use your keyword sheet to help. Don't forget to use a capital letter to begin your sentence and put finger spaces between words. Finish your sentence with a full stop.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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