Pobble 365

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November 11th

Sleeping Giants

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Sleeping Giants

Sleeping Giants

Question time!

Can you describe the giant as he emerges from the ground? What has caused the almighty groan?

What do you think the giant will do now that he is awake?

Are people in danger?

What had happened the last time he awoke?

What had caused him to sleep again?

Are there more like him?

How would you react to seeing him for the first time?

Perfect picture!

Imagine the entire giant has now emerged from the ground. Draw or describe what he looks like.

Story starter!

For a thousand years, he had been sleeping; now, he was awake.

The ground began to shake. A colossal, monstrous hand, which had been lying motionless in a seemingly eternal slumber just minutes earlier, emerged from the earth.

There was an almighty groan…

Sentence challenge!

Fronted adverbials

A fronted adverbial goes at the beginning of a sentence.

It describes the verb in the sentence.

It describes where, when or how.

Can you use these fronted adverbials to write sentences?

For many years,

After his one thousand year sleep,

Sick sentences!

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?

A hand came out of the ground. It got the tree with its fingers.

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