English Summer 1
For English, we would like to bake some biscuits to practice following instructions. We will also be using these skills in maths.
Some links to instructions:
If you are unable to make biscuits, use your imagination to create an imaginary biscuit. It could be a jelly, popping candy biscuit.
Choose one, two or all three of the following writing activities.
You can use the checklist below to remind you which features to include.
An example layout:
Write a review
Write a review of your biscuits.
Use the following subheadings to help you:
Can you use adventurous vocabulary?
The biscuit has a delicious sweet, buttery taste that melts in your mouth.
You may want to present it as a written piece of work, a Powerpoint or write it on a word document.
Create an advert
Advertise your biscuit.
Persuade people to buy your biscuits.
Your advert could be a poster, a recorded advert for the TV, a radio advert or an advert for a newspaper.
You may like to research adverts on the Internet first and magpie some of their ideas.
Can you include some of the following in your advert?
- A title- give your biscuit a name.
- A rhetorical question – Surely you don’t want to miss out?
- A simile – The chocolate tastes as smooth as silk.
- Alliteration – silky, smooth, sumptuous biscuits.