Who are the other people in the picture?
If you could fly anywhere in the world, where would you like to go?
What do you think it feels like to fly like a bird?
Why do you think the sky is the colour it is?
What is the bear thinking?
What would your perfect dream look like? Draw or describe what you have imagined.
Maybe you could draw a dream you can remember having...
When he closed his eyes and drifted off to sleep, his real life began. Every night his dreams would take him on the greatest adventures. It was when he was asleep that he felt most awake, most alive…
The giant fan whirred furiously. He pulled on the flying jacket, placed the goggles onto his head, and gripped the cardboard box for dear life. This was to be another of his incredible adventures, and he couldn’t wait to find out where it would take him…
An article is a word that tells you whether a noun is specific or general, for example a, an, the
Circle the article(s) in each sentence below.
After an adventure he always felt tired.
We saw a magnificent sunset.
Flying over the bear during the flight wasn’t a good idea.
Can you identify the articles you have used in your writing today?
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The boy sat in the box. He was wearing a jacket and goggles.