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Today, it's time to publish your wishing tale - just like we did with your UFO you remember?! Fold some A4 white paper in half to make up the pages for your book. Can you design a front and back cover for your tale? Write a blurb? Recommendations?
Write up your wishing tale and illustrate it.


Finding this too challenging?

Now that you have completed your planning, today it's time for your to write your story! Make sure that you read your work back to yourself out loud so that you can hear where you have missed punctuation or where sentences do not quite make sense. There is a checklist for things to include with yesterday's work - called English Mats.


Both of these too challenging?

If you didn't get a chance to do it yesterday, read your instructions out loud and edit them to make sure that they make sense! Could someone else follow them?

If you have time, there are plenty of other ideas for writing on page nineteen - have a go!

Other Activities:

1. Read to a grown up or a sibling - you might choose to call a loved one and share a book with them.

2. Complete your daily diary.

3. Complete one column of your "Practise Your Spellings" sheet - found under the spelling tab.