Walt: Recognise and use adverbials
Starter: Ask your child what is a noun, verb and adjective and ask for examples. Then move on and watch this video
An adverb is a word which modifies a verb, which means that it tells you how, when, where or why something is being done.
I called to my little sister.
If you add an adverb, it gives you more information about the characters or the action in the sentence, for example:
I called angrily to my little sister. OR I called excitedly to my little sister.
tells us more about the feelings of the person involved.
Using the slides go through the examples and address any misconceptions as they arise.
Then complete the activity sheet
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