A great way to revise or practise the use of fronted adverbials.
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This is a sample of my work. It is a task card lesson centred around fronted adverbials and adverbials. It would be great as a round up a lesson or as a midway assessment.
You will need to have some information on the board or prior practice so that children have a platform from which to carry out this task.
There is a set of colorful athemed 24 pack task cards. I have laminated these to make them last but its up to you how you present them. The answers are included for teacher reference.
This is also great for an IPC style ‘knowledge harvest’ prior to starting a subject or for some quick fire questions as a whole class as well.
Another way to use them would be to do it as a whole class test and present the children with the answer sheet and ask them to answer each question in turn. This is great for gap analysis work and again for a knowledge harvest prior to starting the topic if you chose to.
There is a record sheet to help students track their progress and are great for study or Literacy areas / centres / small group work with your class. It's also been a great way to inspire trainee teachers if they are looking for a quick activity and ask for an idea to teach this topic in grammar.
All art work is original.
This Task Card pack includes:
24 task cards - colour
Student record sheet
Writing frames (3 versions- lined, unlined, with characters)
If you have the time, please leave feedback - I really enjoy making resources and this helps me a lot.