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Learning objective: I can use verbs and adverbs in my ending


Warm up: write as many verbs as you can.*



*catch, slam, skip.


I would like you to think about the learning objective and what the key words in bold mean. What do you think?




Verbs are _____________________________________________________________.
Adverbs are _____________________________________________________________.

An ending is ___________________________________________________________.




Verbs are ‘doing’ words, such as: dig, stamp and rush.


Here is a video to explain.




Adverbs are words that describe a verb, usually ending in –ly (suffix). These can be: softly, noisily and gently.  


Here is a video to explain.





The ending of a narrative is where our story ends and Mr Fox and his family are safe.



In each lesson we will have our success criteria to follow. The success criteria are what I need to see in your work to see what you are learning whilst at home.


Success criteria:


  • Verbs
  • Adverbs
  • Ending
  • Paragraph



Your main task today is to write the ending to your narrative. Here is an example for you to follow.



Mr Fox loudly shouted that he had found some chickens to Mrs Fox and she smiled happily. They all quickly climbed up the tunnel and grabbed as many chickens as they could. The foxes carried the chickens back to the new tunnel and excitedly invited all of their friends to their new burrow for a fabulous feast. Everybody smiled gratefully at Mr Fox and thought how fantastic he was.



I look forward to reading your finished narrative!