Why do you think the people are fleeing in such haste?
Where do you think they are?
What has happened to them over the last 12 hours?
What emotions do you think they are experiencing?
Where would you go if you were there?
What advice would you give them?
The people on the wagon have a suitcase packed with their most important belongings. Draw or make a list of the most important things you would pack for a long journey, maybe even to a new home.
As soon as the orange hue of the sun peeked up above the horizon, providing enough light for them to see the treacherous road in front of them, they set off. Time was of the essence.
The smoke that still rose from the scorched earth gave an ethereal glow as it combined with the rays of morning sunlight. In some places, the fires still raged. They were fortunate to have escaped…
Verbs are action/doing words.
Which sentence(s) contains two verbs?
The woman put on her shoes and hurried to the wagon.
The road was usually busy on Fridays.
The man quickly collected his belongings from the cupboard.
They sat and ate the loaf of bread together.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The horse-drawn wagon went along the road. The trees stood there in the fog The horses ran