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  • 1. VCOP This set of slides focuses on simple short activities for early morning (or any other time of day) VCOP work. Many slides can be re used if you just change a letter, word or number). They could also be printed off as a set of extension cards for the odd minute when a child finishes ahead of schedule. Hope they are of use.
  • 2. VOCABULARY Think of at least 5 WOW words to describe a banana. (remember to use your senses)
  • 3. VOCABULARY Think of at least 5 WOW words to describe a sandwich. (remember to use your senses)
  • 4. VOCABULARY Think of at least 5 WOW words to describe a cat. (remember to use your senses)
  • 5. VOCABULARY Think of at least 5 WOW words to describe a mouse, (remember to use your senses)
  • 6. VOCABULARY Think of at least 5 WOW words to describe an apple, (remember to use your senses)
  • 7. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. Talked
  • 8. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. Ate
  • 9. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. wrote
  • 10. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. sat
  • 11. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. played
  • 12. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. sang
  • 13. VOCABULARY write as many adverbs as possible to describe this verb eg. walked - quickly, slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. climbed
  • 14. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Dine, Progress, Create, Adore, Foreboding, Speculation, Silhouette, Terrain, Apparel, Vision, Atmosphere </li></ul>
  • 15. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Outstandingly, Tenderly, Biologically, Formidable, Outspoken, Stern, Comical, Pathetic, Yearning, Dwell, </li></ul>
  • 16. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Container, Furnishings, Robe, </li></ul><ul><li>Sensitively, Timidly, Aggressively, Imaginatively, Unfortunate, Murderous </li></ul>
  • 17. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Nervously, Worriedly, Patiently, Feelings, Courage, Experience, </li></ul><ul><li>Peak, Patience, Wasteland, Container, Furnishings, Robe, </li></ul>
  • 18. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Echoing, Doubtful, Emotion, Anxiety, Longing, Progress, System, Communication, </li></ul><ul><li>Ingredient, Vibration, Prefer, Nourish, Demonstrate, Enjoy, Leap </li></ul>
  • 19. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Transport, Shelter, Baggage, Companion, Vehicle, </li></ul><ul><li>Thunderous, Fearful, Marvellous, Attractive, Generosity, Echo </li></ul>
  • 20. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Beautiful, Awful, Enormous, </li></ul><ul><li>Fierce, Adventure, Accident, Magic, </li></ul><ul><li>Gigantic, Weird, Freezing, Quietly, Silently, </li></ul><ul><li>Bravely, Happiness, Joy, Sadness, Fear </li></ul>
  • 21. VOCABULARY <ul><li>pick 5 WOW words off the board and write five sentences using them. </li></ul><ul><li>Beautiful, Awful, Enormous, </li></ul><ul><li>First, So, Because, Next, </li></ul><ul><li>Exciting, Afraid, </li></ul><ul><li>Lonely, Interesting </li></ul>
  • 22. VOCABULARY <ul><li>How many words can you think of beginning with the letter… </li></ul><ul><li>A </li></ul><ul><li>Teachers can change the letter for a different day. </li></ul>
  • 23. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Write one sentence including the following three nouns </li></ul><ul><li>Mouse, dog, horse </li></ul>
  • 24. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Write one sentence including the following three nouns </li></ul><ul><li>Cat, necklace, fish </li></ul>
  • 25. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Write one sentence including the following three nouns </li></ul><ul><li>house, necklace, dog </li></ul>
  • 26. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Write one sentence including the following three nouns </li></ul><ul><li>house, bird, carrot </li></ul>
  • 27. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Write one sentence including the following three nouns </li></ul><ul><li>Boy, car, dog </li></ul>
  • 28. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Write one sentence including the following three nouns </li></ul><ul><li>cloud, car, tree </li></ul>
  • 29. VOCABULARY <ul><li>improve this sentence by adding words in egThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes The greedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese. Now try </li></ul><ul><li>The bird flew to </li></ul><ul><li>the tree. </li></ul>
  • 30. VOCABULARY <ul><li>improve this sentence by adding words in eg The mouse ate the cheese. becomes The greedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese. Now try </li></ul><ul><li>The cat sat on mat. </li></ul>
  • 31. VOCABULARY <ul><li>improve this sentence by adding words in eg The mouse ate the cheese. becomes The greedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese. Now try </li></ul><ul><li>The fish swam. </li></ul>
  • 32. VOCABULARY <ul><li>improve this sentence by adding words in eg The mouse ate the cheese. becomes The greedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese. Now try </li></ul><ul><li>The dog growled. </li></ul>
  • 33. VOCABULARY <ul><li>improve this sentence by adding words in eg The mouse ate the cheese. becomes The greedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese. Now try </li></ul><ul><li>The boy cried. </li></ul>
  • 34. VOCABULARY <ul><li>improve this sentence by adding words in eg The mouse ate the cheese. becomes The greedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese. Now try </li></ul><ul><li>The girl saw a fairy. </li></ul>
  • 35. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg dog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN (name of something). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>House </li></ul>
  • 36. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg dog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN (name of something). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>funny </li></ul>
  • 37. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg dog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN (name of something). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>fox </li></ul>
  • 38. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg dog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN (name of something). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>bird </li></ul>
  • 39. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg sad- dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE (describing word). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>kind </li></ul>
  • 40. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg sad- dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE (describing word). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>yellow </li></ul>
  • 41. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg sad- dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE (describing word). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>big </li></ul>
  • 42. VOCABULARY <ul><li>Start a word list beginning with the word below, each new word has to start with the last letter of the previous word eg sad- dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE (describing word). You score points for length of words eg dog=3 points </li></ul><ul><li>small </li></ul>
  • 43. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 44. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 45. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 46. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 47. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 48. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 49. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 50. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 51. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 52. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 53. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 54. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 55. VOCABULARY Find as many words as possible to describe this characters appearance- what he looks like and personality- what he is like.
  • 56. VOCABULARY Using your words from last time write a paragraph about this character.
  • 57. VOCABULARY Write as many words as you can to describe this setting- use your senses.
  • 58. VOCABULARY Write as many words as you can to describe this setting- use your senses.
  • 59. VOCABULARY Write as many words as you can to describe this setting- use your senses. Write as many words as you can to describe this setting- use your senses.
  • 60. VOCABULARY Write as many words as you can to describe this setting- use your senses.
  • 61. VOCABULARY Find as many words as you can that could be used instead of …. Said Can you use some of them in sentences?
  • 62. VOCABULARY Find as many words as you can that could be used instead of …. Big Can you use some of them in sentences?
  • 63. VOCABULARY Find as many words as you can that could be used instead of …. Little Can you use some of them in sentences?
  • 64. VOCABULARY Random Words You need a book each. Open your book to page 3, count down to line 5 and then along to the 3 rd word. You must now quickly write a sentence using the word, underlining the word. Try again for page 8, line 9, word 6 Try again for page 12, line 2, word 7 Extra challenge can you write a sentence using all three words. Now try different books.!
  • 65. VOCABULARY Random Words You need a book each. Open your book to page 5, count down to line 4 and then along to the 4th word. You must now quickly write a sentence using the word, underlining the word. Try again for page 7, line 8, word 5 Try again for page 11, line 4, word 2 Extra challenge can you write a sentence using all three words. Now try different books.!
  • 66. VOCABULARY Noun and Verb game Look at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pick one from each and try to make a sentence. Nouns verbs Engine sipped Pencil stole Tree rushed Ruler wished Eg The pencil rushed down stairs and into the garden. (Don’t forget capital letters and fullstops)
  • 67. VOCABULARY Noun and Verb game Look at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pick one from each and try to make a silly sentence. Nouns verbs Book slipped Car screamed Flower ran Tambourine pushed Eg The pencil rushed down stairs and into the garden. (Don’t forget capital letters and fullstops)
  • 68. VOCABULARY Noun and Verb game Look at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pick one from each and try to make a silly sentence. Nouns verbs picture helped lorry danced Ball skipped Fish ferried Eg The pencil rushed down stairs and into the garden. (Don’t forget capital letters and fullstops)
  • 69. VOCABULARY Animal Game (i) Think of an animal and write a sentence about each one using two adjectives. (describing words)
  • 70. VOCABULARY Animal Game (ii) Think of an animal and write a sentence about each one using an adverb in each sentence. (remember an adverb describes the verb eg quickly)
  • 71. VOCABULARY Animal Game (iii) Think of an animal and write a sentence about each one using the word ‘after’ in each sentence.
  • 72. VOCABULARY Animal Game (iv) Think of an animal and write a sentence about each one using the word ‘when’ in each sentence.
  • 73. VOCABULARY Animal Game (v) Think of an animal and write a sentence about each one using a simile in each sentence. (remember a simile is used to compare two things, usually with the words “like” or “as”. Eg as quiet as a mouse
  • 74. VOCABULARY Alliteration Think of an animal and write an alliterative sentence about each one. Eg The tiny tiger tickled the terrified terrapins two toes with torn tinsel.
  • 75. VOCABULARY Alliteration Think of an animal and write an alliterative sentence about each one. Eg The tiny tiger tickled the terrified terrapins two toes with torn tinsel.
  • 76. VOCABULARY Inventing Metaphors by Pie Corbett First of all, identify something that you want to create a metaphor around eg the stars. Think of something that is like the subject or something to do with the subject - they shine, glitter, are like tin-tacks, like diamonds, like jewels, like fiery eyes. Now use an idea to make a metaphor, remembering not to use the word 'like', e.g. Generate a simile - the stars are like diamonds. Omit the word 'like' - the stars are diamonds. Move the noun in front of the image - the diamond stars. Dylan Thomas uses this technique in his writing!
  • 77. Connectives Write at least three sentences using a different connective in each .
  • 78. Connectives Choose 3 connectives and write 3 sentences using one in each. And, But So, Then Because, When, If After While, As well as
  • 79. Connectives Choose 3 connectives and write 3 sentences using one in each. Although, However Also Besides, Even though, Never the less, In addition to, Contrary to, Despite, So, as to
  • 80. Connectives Story game- a pairs game (oral) You 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, he had no choice to work while Here are some connectives for you to play with! Meanwhile , furthermore , however , nonetheless , alternatively , although , because , nevertheless , whereas , whoever , consequently , because , besides , until , yet , since , henceforward
  • 81. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is description E.g – A lean, grey cat …. How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences.
  • 82. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is ly starters E.g – Slowly, she ran down the road . How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences.
  • 83. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Where’ starter E.g – At the end of the lane, stood an old house . How many openers can you Think of like this- continue your sentences .
  • 84. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is ‘ing’ starter E.g – Running along, Jim fell over. How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences .
  • 85. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Although/as starter E.g – Although he was late, he walked slowly. How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences .
  • 86. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Similes E.g – She was as tall as a bus. How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences .
  • 87. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Alliteration E.g – The sneaky, slimy snake How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences .
  • 88. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is ‘ed’ starter E.g – Exhausted, Jim ran home How many openers can you think of like this- continue your sentences .
  • 89. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Drop-in ‘ed’ clause E.g – Jim, exhausted by so much effort, ran home How many openers can you think of like this- continue Your sentences .
  • 90. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Speech plus stage direction + ‘ing’ clause E.g – “Stop”, he whispered, picking up his torch. How many openers can you think of like this- continue Your sentences .
  • 91. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Exclamation “ Noodles, get down!” screamed Bianca. How many openers can you think of like this- continue Your sentences .
  • 92. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Question “ Are you sure that room is tidy?” Mum yelled up the stairs. How many openers can you think of like this- continue Your sentences . ?
  • 93. openers There are different ways to open a sentence one is Question “ Are you sure that room is tidy?” Mum yelled up the stairs. How many openers can you think of like this- continue Your sentences . ?
  • 94. Punctuation Write at least 5 sentences using !
  • 95. Punctuation Write at least 5 sentences using ?
  • 96. Punctuation Write at least 3 sentences using …
  • 97. Punctuation Write a sentence using 3 different pieces of punctuation from the list below. “ ” ; ,  ( ) ?  !
  • 98. Punctuation Write at least 3 sentences using different pieces of punctuation from the list below. “ ” ; ,  ( ) ?  !
  • 99. VCOP up level these sentences keeping the meaning i) the cat sat on the mat ii) the dog walked down the road iii) the fish swam in the bowl iv) the man sat on the bench v) there was a duck on the pond
  • 100. VCOP up level these sentences keeping the meaning i) there was a bird in the tree ii) there was a rabbit down the hole iii) i saw a witch in the garden iv) i saw a cat on the fence v) i saw a mouse in the cupboard

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