Set: Friday 27th April 2018 Due in: Wednesday 2nd May 2018
We have been practising writing sentences with more than one clause in English and we are learning about teeth in Science. What do teeth look like? What are they for? How many do you have? Why are some of our teeth different shapes? How do you look after your teeth? Have you got a wobbly tooth? What happens when they fall out? What do you know about other animals’ teeth? Give examples!
Write some compound/complex sentences (sentences with more than one clause) about teeth.
Hard: Use conjunctions (e.g.: and, but, so, as, because, if, although) to write six compound sentences.
e.g.: My teeth are white and I brush them before I go to bed.
Harder: Use a different conjunction (e.g.: when, which, before, after, during) to write a complex sentence.
Hardest: Write another sentence using a different connective/conjunction (e.g. this causes, therefore, as a result)
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