The New Timetable: Lots Of Writing Tasks To Complete (Essential Writing Practice) (9-13 years)
Read 'The New Timetable'. Write a humorous recount or diary entry structured into three paragraphs and in first person, about the first day of the new timetable.
Next, answer the comprehension questions and then continue to interview class 7s, writing down more points of view.
Read the prompts on writing an argument, looking at the examples, and then write some more replies, giving the opinions of different parents.
Design a computer game, called 'The Virtual Headteacher Experience' and set up your own school. Plan out your school and decide on the zany timetable.
An essential series of themed prompts to help children aged 9-12 years to practise their creative writing skills for 11 plus entry exams or S.A.T.S. The packs include an outline to help the child plan his or her own story, article, letter or play script and examples to build on, using harder more challenging vocabulary to stretch more able pupils.