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VCOP
Brain
warmer
upper
activities
VOCABULARY
Think of at least 5 WOW
words to describe a banana
(remember to use your
senses).
Write some in a sentence.
VOCABULARY
Think of at least 5 WOW
words to describe a
sandwich (remember to use
your senses).
Write some in a sentence.
VOCABULARY
Think of at least 5 WOW
words to describe a cat
(remember to use your
senses).
Write some in a sentence.
VOCABULARY
Think of at least 5 WOW
words to describe a mouse
(remember to use your
senses).
Write some in a sentence
.
VOCABULARY
Think of at least 5 WOW
words to describe an apple
(remember to use your
senses).
Write some in a sentence.
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
talked
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
ate
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
wrote
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
sat
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
played
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
sang
VOCABULARY
Write as many adverbs as possible to
describe this verb:
e.g. ‘walked’ - quickly, slowly, etc.
climbed
VOCABULARY
Pick 3 WOW words off the board and
write three sentences using them.
dine, progress, create, adore,
foreboding, speculation,
silhouette, terrain, love,
vision, atmosphere, argue
VOCABULARY
Pick 4 WOW words off the board and
write four sentences using them.
outstandingly, tenderly,
quietly, formidable, bleak,
outspoken, stern, comical,
pathetic, yearning, dwell,
VOCABULARY
Pick 4 WOW words off the board and
write four sentences using them.
container, furnishings, robe,
sensitively, timidly, calamity,
pain, imagine, unfortunate,
carefully, murderous
VOCABULARY
Pick 5 WOW words off the board and
write five sentences using them.
growth, patiently, feelings,
courage, experience,
peak, patience, wasteland,
container, catalogue,
VOCABULARY
Pick 5 WOW words off the board and
write five sentences using them.
echoing, doubtful, emotion,
anxiety, longing, progress,
create, system, communication,
ingredient, vibration, prefer,
nourish, demonstrate, enjoy, leap
VOCABULARY
Pick 6 WOW words off the board and
write six sentences using them.
transport, shelter, baggage,
companion, vehicle,
thunderous, fearful,
marvellous, attractive, squirm,
helpful, generosity, echo
VOCABULARY
Pick 6 WOW words off the board and
write six sentences using them.
fierce, adventure, accident,
magic, gigantic, weird,
freezing, quietly, silently,
bravely, happiness, joy,
testify, sadness, fear
VOCABULARY
Pick 7 WOW words off the board and
write seven sentences using them.
beautiful, awful, enormous,
first, because, next,
exciting, afraid, lonely,
despair, interesting,
inconvenient, comparable
VOCABULARY
Write down as many words as you can
beginning with the letter…
a
If you get to 20 try another.
You choose the letter!
VOCABULARY
Write one sentence that includes
all three of the following nouns:
mouse, dog, horse
VOCABULARY
Write one sentence that includes
all three of the following nouns:
cat, tree, fish
VOCABULARY
Write one sentence that includes
all four of the following nouns:
house, necklace, dog, toilet
VOCABULARY
Write one sentence that includes
all four of the following nouns:
cloud, bird, key, carrot
VOCABULARY
Write one sentence that includes
all four of the following nouns:
boy, car, present, dog
VOCABULARY
Write one sentence that includes
all five of the following nouns:
frog, helicopter, ball, book, girl
VOCABULARY
Up Level these sentences by adding words, e.g.
The mouse ate the cheese.
The greedy mouse quickly ate the mouldy cheese.
The bird flew to the tree.
The dog bit the robber.
The sheep lay down.
VOCABULARY
Up Level these sentences by adding words, e.g.
The mouse ate the cheese.
The greedy mouse quickly ate the mouldy cheese.
The cat sat on mat.
The man went home.
The car crashed.
VOCABULARY
Up Level these sentences by adding words, e.g.
The mouse ate the cheese.
The greedy mouse quickly ate the mouldy cheese.
The fish swam.
The baby burped.
The clown smiled.
VOCABULARY
Up Level these sentences by adding words, e.g.
The mouse ate the cheese.
The greedy mouse quickly ate the mouldy cheese.
The dog growled.
The light dimmed.
The flower grew.
VOCABULARY
Up Level these sentences by adding words, e.g.
The mouse ate the cheese.
The greedy mouse quickly ate the mouldy cheese.
The alarm rang.
The crowd cheered.
The bomb exploded.
The boy cried.
VOCABULARY
Up Level these sentences by adding words, e.g.
The mouse ate the cheese.
The greedy mouse quickly ate the mouldy cheese.
The girl saw a fairy.
The boy heard a sound.
The woman felt a breeze.
The man smelled a rat.
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below.
Each new word must be a noun and must
start with the last letter of the previous
word:
e.g. dog – girl – lamb – boy – yo yo - owl
house
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below. Each
new word must be a noun and must start
with the last letter of the previous word:
e.g. dog – girl – lamb – boy – yo yo - owl
bench
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below. Each
new word must be a noun and must start
with the last letter of the previous word:
e.g. dog – girl – lamb – boy – yo yo - owl
dog
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below. Each
new word must be a noun and must start with
the last letter of the previous word:
e.g. dog – girl – lamb – boy – yo yo - owl
bird
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below.
Each new word must be an adjective and
must start with the last letter of the
previous word:
e.g. green – new – wonderful – lovely -
Kind
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below.
Each new word must be an adjective and
must start with the last letter of the
previous word:
e.g. green – new – wonderful – lovely -
yellow
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below.
Each new word must be an adjective and
must start with the last letter of the
previous word:
e.g. green – new – wonderful – lovely -
big
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Start a word list from the word below.
Each new word must be an adjective
and must start with the last letter of
the previous word:
e.g. green – new – wonderful – lovely -
small
Each letter is worth one point!
VOCABULARY
Find as many words
as possible to
describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality, dress
sense, life style,
everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your words
from last time
write a
paragraph about
this character.
VOCABULARY
Find as many words
as possible to
describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality, dress
sense, life style,
everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your
words from
last time
write a
paragraph
about this
character.
VOCABULARY
Find as many
words as possible
to describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality, dress
sense, life style,
everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your
words from
last time
write a
paragraph
about this
character.
VOCABULARY
Find as many
words as possible
to describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality,
dress sense, life
style, everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your
words from
last time write
a paragraph
about this
character.
VOCABULARY
Find as many
words as
possible to
describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality,
dress sense, life
style,
everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your
words from
last time write
a paragraph
about this
character.
VOCABULARY
Find as many
words as
possible to
describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality,
dress sense,
life style,
everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your
words from
last time
write a
paragraph
about this
character.
VOCABULARY
Find as many
words as
possible to
describe this
character’s
appearance,
personality,
dress sense,
life style,
everything.
VOCABULARY
Using your
words from
last time
write a
paragraph
about this
character.
VOCABULARY
Write as many words as you can to
describe this setting - use your senses.
VOCABULARY
Write as many words as you can to
describe this setting - use your senses.
VOCABULARY
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VOCABULARY
Write as many words as you can to
describe this setting - use your senses.
VOCABULARY
Find as many words as you can that
could be used instead of...
said
Can you use some of them in
sentences?
VOCABULARY
Find as many words as you can that
could be used instead of...
big
Can you use some of them in
sentences?
VOCABULARY
Find as many words as you can that
could be used instead of...
little
Can you use some of them in
sentences?
VOCABULARY
Random Words
You need a book each. Open your book to
page 7, count down to line 5 and then along
to the 3rd word. You must now quickly write a
sentence using the word, underlining the
word.
Try again for page 19, line 9, word 6.
Try again for page 12, line 2, word 7.
Try again for page 26, line 15, word 8..
VOCABULARY
Random Words
You need a book each. Without looking down,
flick through the pages and stop anywhere.
Point anywhere on the open page. Write
down the word you pointed to.
Do this four more times.
Write a sentence that makes sense using all
five words.
If you have time, try again!
VOCABULARY
Look at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pick
one from each and make a sentence that
makes sense.
e.g. The boy rushed downstairs and ran outside.
Nouns
engine
pencil
tree
window
burglar
Verbs
groaned
stole
snapped
revved
rattled
VOCABULARY
Look at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pick one
from each and try to make a silly sentence.
e.g. The pencil rushed downstairs and ran outside.
Nouns
book
car
flower
tambourine
pineapple
Verbs
slipped
fell
ran
pushed
caught
VOCABULARY
Look at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pick one
from each and try to make a silly sentence.
e.g. The computer climbed the ladder.
Nouns
watch
iron
chair
castle
ball
Verbs
scraped
shot
walked
followed
saw
VOCABULARY
Think of three animals and write a
sentence about each using two adjectives.
e.g. The big, fat pig could hardly fit
through the gate.
VOCABULARY
Think of two animals and write a sentence
about each using two adjectives and an
adverb.
e.g. The old dairy cow moved slowly to
the milking shed.
VOCABULARY
Think of three animals and write a
sentence about each using the word
‘after’ in each sentence.
e.g. After the sun went down, the
bat came out to hunt.
VOCABULARY
Think of three animals and write a
sentence about each using the word
‘when’ in each sentence.
e.g. The alligator appeared when we
least expected it.
VOCABULARY
Think of four animals and write a
sentence about each one using a simile
in each sentence.
e.g. He was as quiet as a mouse.
How about giraffe, lion, snake, fox, elephant, owl, bull?
VOCABULARY
Think of an animal and write an
alliterative sentence about each one.
e.g. The terrible tiger tricked the
terrified tortoise!
How about snake, dog,
monkey, penguin, cow,
lion, cat, rabbit?
VOCABULARY
This is an acrostic poem. It doesn’t rhyme.
It’s about a monkey.
Mess around a lot
On the look out for food
Nearly always in trouble
Kind at times
Ever so smart
Yells a lot
What about lion, cat, dog, rat, bird, elephant?
VOCABULARY
This is an acrostic poem. It doesn’t rhyme.
It’s about a tank.
Tough as they come
Armed and ready
Never get in the way
Kills on sight
What about car, fridge, watch, bus, desk, house?
Connectives
Write three sentences using a
different connective in each.
Underline the connective.
and – but – because
Connectives
Write four sentences using a
different connective in each.
Underline the connective.
so - then – when - if
Connectives
Write five sentences using a
different connective in each.
Underline the connective.
however - also - even though –
despite - after
Connectives
Take turns to say a line in a story which you then
hand on to your partner by suggesting a connective,
e.g.
Child 1: Once there was a woodcutter who
Child 2: spent many hours in the forest because
Child 1: his wife spent so much money at Marks &
Spencer, that he had no choice to work however
Here are some connectives for you to play with:
meanwhile, furthermore , however , nonetheless ,
alternatively , although , because , nevertheless ,
whereas , whoever , consequently , despite , and
besides , until , yet , since , henceforward,
suddenly , when all at once , even though ,
openers
There are different ways to open a
sentence. One way is description.
e.g. A lean, black cat stretched into
a high arc and settled down to
sleep.
How many openers can you think
of using description? Make sure you
finish off each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to open a
sentence. One is ‘ly’ starters
e.g. – Quickly, she ran down the road.
How many openers can you think
of like this? Make sure you finish
each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to
open a sentence. One is a
‘where’ starter.
e.g. At the end of the lane,
stood an old house.
How many openers can you
think of like this? Remember
to finish each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to open a
sentence. One is an ‘ing’ starter.
e.g. Running too fast, Jim fell over.
How many openers can you
think of like this?
Remember to finish off
your sentences.
openers
There are different ways to open
a sentence. One is ‘Although’.
e.g. Although they were late, they
walked slowly to school.
How many openers can you
think of like this? Remember to
finish each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to
open a sentence. One is using
‘similes’.
e.g. She was as tall as a bus
and everyone loved her.
How many openers can you
think of like this? Remember
to finish off your sentences.
openers
There are different ways to
open a sentence. One is using
‘alliteration’.
e.g. The sneaky, slimy snake
slithered under the blanket.
How many openers can you
think of like this. Remember
to finish each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to
open a sentence. One is the
‘ed’ starter.
e.g. Exhausted, Rizwan
decided to go to bed.
How many openers can you
think of like this. Remember
to finish each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to open a
sentence. One is a drop-in ‘ed’ clause.
e.g. Rizwan, exhausted by so much
effort, went to bed.
How many openers can
you think of like this?
Remember to finish your sentences.
openers
There are different ways to open a
sentence one is “speech” plus stage
direction plus an ‘ing’ clause.
e.g. “Wait”, he whispered, picking up
his torch.
How many openers can you
think of like this?
Remember to finish each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to open
a sentence. One is exclamation!
“Noodles, get down!” shouted
Fizha.
How many openers can you think
of like this? Remember to finish
off each sentence.
openers
There are different ways to open
a sentence. One is a question.
“Are you sure that room is tidy?”
Mum yelled up the stairs.
How many openers can you think
of like this? Remember to finish
off your sentences.
?
openers
Write four sentences using one of the
following in each sentence:
?
! ““
ed ing
Punctuation
Copy the sentence below, adding the
correct punctuation.
what did you say the teacher asked in
disbelief how dare you say that in my
class go to the head teachers office
now jack left the class without saying
another word
Punctuation
Copy the sentence below, adding the
correct punctuation.
the castle would have looked scary in
the daylight but at night it was
absolutely terrifying maybe we should
go back mohammed said it was then
that he realised he was alone
Punctuation
Copy the sentence below, adding the
correct punctuation.
the car was a light blue colour it
wasn’t exactly what she wanted but it
would be better than nothing it was in
poor condition but at least it started
first time she decided to buy it and
left a deposit
Punctuation
Copy the sentence below, adding the
correct punctuation.
they listened in the dark there wasn’t
a sound to be heard even nana who
had been barking miserably all evening
was quite quiet now but peter whose
ears were very sharp heard footsteps
in the distance
Punctuation
Copy the sentence below, adding the
correct punctuation.
that piece of cheese has been sitting
on the court since last spring it must
have dropped out of someones
sandwich or something after a couple
of days the cheese started getting all
mouldy and nasty nobody would play
basketball where the cheese was
VCOP
Up level these sentences keeping the
meaning. Remember, you can use
openers, connectives, adverbs and
wow words.
1) the cat sat on the mat
2) the dog walked down the road
3) the fish swam in the bowl
4) the man sat on the bench
5) there was a duck on the pond
VCOP
Up level these sentences keeping the
meaning. Remember, you can use
openers, connectives, adverbs and
wow words.
1) there was a bird in the tree
2) there was a rabbit down the hole
3) i saw a witch in the garden
4) i saw a cat on the fence
5) i saw a mouse in the cupboard
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