Why do you think the birds have sat on the bonnet?
Who do you think is controlling the car?
If you saw this car above you in the sky, what would you do?
What would the world be like if everyone could travel like this?
Can you invent a new way to travel? It might be over the land, in the sea or through the air.
Draw or describe your invention.
With an almighty roar, the car surged through the clouds. Thousands of disbelieving eyes blinked repeatedly far below as they tracked the red blur across the sky.
It had been a smooth journey so far, but now the engine suddenly gave a cough and splutter. That could only mean one thing…
Independent clauses can be simple sentences on their own.
Can you use a semi-colon to mark the boundary between independent clauses?
E.g. People far below gazed up in disbelief; a red blur was rocketing across the sky.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The car went through the clouds. A feather went down towards the ground.