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Oxford Reading Tree Stage 6 Resources Contents … The Shiny Key In the Garden A Fright in the Night Land of the Dinosaurs Rotten Apples The Treasure Chest The Go-Kart Race The Laughing Princess Christmas Adventure
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Name:  Can you help me add capital  letters and full stops to the  sentences below so that they  make sense. Silly me! I forgot to put  capital letters and full  stops in my sentences so  that they make sense. 1. chip lost the magic key 2. the key was stuck in toffee ___________________________________________ 3. the magic key was stolen by the magpie ___________________________________________ 4. the soldiers grabbed the children ___________________________________________
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Remember capital letters and full stops. Turn to page 16 and 17 in ‘The Shiny Key’. Make a list of as many verbs you can see in the picture. _____________ _____________ _____________ __________ _____________ _____________ _____________ __________ _____________ _____________ _____________ __________ Write a sentence     using 2 or more of the  verbs above. You’re a star! Well done!
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Name:  Answer these questions in  full  sentences in your literacy book.   Remember to start your sentences with  capital letters  and remember to  end your sentences with  full stops.   Eg. Who stole the key? T he   magpie stole the key . 1. Who lost the key?  [page 3]       __________ lost the key. 2. How did he loose the key?  [page 2]       3. What kinds of things did Chip and Nadim find in the sofa?  [page 5] 4. How did the key become shiny?  [page 7] 5. Describe the wood the children arrived in.  [page 10] 6. Why did the soldiers grab the children?  [page 12/13] 7. How do you think the children felt when they found out that it was the magpie that  stole the ring? 8. If you were captured by the soldiers how would you escape? 
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What did the children do in the desert? Write at least five  sentences about what they did. [pages: 11-18]  What did the children do in the desert? Write at least five  sentences about what they did. [pages: 11-18]  What did the children do in the desert? Write at least five  sentences about what they did. [pages: 11-18] 
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Compound Words Week  commencing: 8 th     Oct 07 Title:  ‘A Fright in the Night’ ORT – Stage 6 More A Tues: Wed: Thurs: Mon: Parent’s  Signature Discuss the main features of the book as before. What type of book is it? Fiction/non fiction?  What do you notices about the title? Talk about the ‘ight’ sounds? Can you think of another  ‘ight’ word? Take picture walk through the book. Read pages 1 – 12. Whilst reading identify  who is speaking on each page. Continue to encourage your child to give the characters  expressive voices.
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