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  • 1. VCOPThis set of slides focuses on simpleshort activities for early morning (or anyother time of day) VCOP work. Manyslides can be re used if you just changea letter, word or number). They couldalso be printed off as a set of extensioncards for the odd minute when a childfinishes ahead of schedule. Hope theyare of use.
  • 2. VOCABULARYThink of at least 5 WOWwords to describe abanana. (remember to useyour senses)
  • 3. VOCABULARYThink of at least 5 WOWwords to describe asandwich. (remember touse your senses)
  • 4. VOCABULARYThink of at least 5 WOWwords to describe a cat.(remember to use yoursenses)
  • 5. VOCABULARYThink of at least 5 WOWwords to describe amouse, (remember to useyour senses)
  • 6. VOCABULARYThink of at least 5 WOWwords to describe anapple, (remember to useyour senses)
  • 7. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. Talked
  • 8. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. Ate
  • 9. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. wrote
  • 10. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. sat
  • 11. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. played
  • 12. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. sang
  • 13. VOCABULARYwrite as many adverbs as possible todescribe this verb eg. walked - quickly,slowly, noisily, shyly, quietly. climbed
  • 14. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board andwrite five sentences using them.Dine, Progress, Create, Adore,Foreboding, Speculation,Silhouette, Terrain, Apparel,Vision, Atmosphere
  • 15. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board andwrite five sentences using them.-Outstandingly, Tenderly,Biologically, Formidable,Outspoken, Stern, Comical,Pathetic, Yearning, Dwell,
  • 16. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board andwrite five sentences using them. Container, Furnishings, Robe, Sensitively, Timidly, Aggressively, Imaginatively, Unfortunate, Murderous
  • 17. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board andwrite five sentences using them.Nervously, Worriedly, Patiently,Feelings, Courage, Experience, Peak, Patience, Wasteland, Container, Furnishings, Robe,
  • 18. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board andwrite five sentences using them. Echoing, Doubtful, Emotion, Anxiety, Longing, Progress, System, Communication, Ingredient, Vibration, Prefer,Nourish, Demonstrate, Enjoy, Leap
  • 19. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board andwrite five sentences using them. Transport, Shelter, Baggage, Companion, Vehicle, Thunderous, Fearful, Marvellous, Attractive, Generosity, Echo
  • 20. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off the board and write fivesentences using them. Beautiful, Awful, Enormous, Fierce, Adventure, Accident, Magic, Gigantic, Weird, Freezing, Quietly, Silently, Bravely, Happiness, Joy, Sadness, Fear
  • 21. VOCABULARY-pick 5 WOW words off theboard and write five sentencesusing them. Beautiful, Awful, Enormous, First, So, Because, Next, Exciting, Afraid, Lonely, Interesting
  • 22. VOCABULARY-How many words can you think ofbeginning with the letter… A Teachers can change the letter for a different day.
  • 23. VOCABULARY-Write one sentence includingthe following three nounsMouse, dog, horse
  • 24. VOCABULARY-Write one sentence includingthe following three nounsCat, necklace, fish
  • 25. VOCABULARY-Write one sentence includingthe following three nounshouse, necklace, dog
  • 26. VOCABULARY-Write one sentence includingthe following three nounshouse, bird, carrot
  • 27. VOCABULARY-Write one sentence includingthe following three nounsBoy, car, dog
  • 28. VOCABULARY-Write one sentence includingthe following three nounscloud, car, tree
  • 29. VOCABULARY-improve this sentence by adding words inegThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes Thegreedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese.Now try-The bird flew tothe tree.
  • 30. VOCABULARY-improve this sentence by adding words in egThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes Thegreedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese.Now try-The cat sat on mat.
  • 31. VOCABULARY-improve this sentence by adding words in egThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes Thegreedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese.Now try-The fish swam.
  • 32. VOCABULARY-improve this sentence by adding words in egThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes Thegreedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese.Now try-The dog growled.
  • 33. VOCABULARY-improve this sentence by adding words in egThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes Thegreedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese.Now try-The boy cried.
  • 34. VOCABULARY-improve this sentence by adding words in egThe mouse ate the cheese. becomes Thegreedy mouse carefully ate the stale cheese.Now try-The girl saw a fairy.
  • 35. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word egdog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN(name of something). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-House
  • 36. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word egdog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN(name of something). You score pointsfor length of words eg dog=3 points-funny
  • 37. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word egdog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN(name of something). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-fox
  • 38. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word egdog-girl-lamb-boy and must be a NOUN(name of something). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-bird
  • 39. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word eg sad-dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE(describing word). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-kind
  • 40. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word eg sad-dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE(describing word). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-yellow
  • 41. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word eg sad-dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE(describing word). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-big
  • 42. VOCABULARY-Start a word list beginning with the wordbelow, each new word has to start withthe last letter of the previous word eg sad-dark-kind and must be an ADJECTIVE(describing word). You score points forlength of words eg dog=3 points-small
  • 43. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 44. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 45. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 46. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 47. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 48. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 49. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 50. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 51. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 52. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 53. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 54. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 55. VOCABULARYFind as many wordsas possible todescribe thischaractersappearance- what helooks like andpersonality- what heis like.
  • 56. VOCABULARYUsing yourwords from lasttime write aparagraph aboutthis character.
  • 57. VOCABULARYWrite as many words as you can todescribe this setting- use your senses.
  • 58. VOCABULARYWrite as many words as you can todescribe this setting- use your senses.
  • 59. VOCABULARYWrite as many words as as you can toWrite as many words you can todescribe this setting- use your senses.describe this setting- use your senses.
  • 60. VOCABULARYWrite as many words as you can todescribe this setting- use your senses.
  • 61. VOCABULARYFind as many words as you can thatcould be used instead of …. SaidCan you use some of them insentences?
  • 62. VOCABULARYFind as many words as you can thatcould be used instead of …. BigCan you use some of them insentences?
  • 63. VOCABULARYFind as many words as you can thatcould be used instead of …. LittleCan you use some of them insentences?
  • 64. VOCABULARY Random WordsYou need a book each. Open your book topage 3, count down to line 5 and then along tothe 3rd word. You must now quickly write asentence using the word, underlining the word.Try again for page 8, line 9, word 6Try again for page 12, line 2, word 7Extra challenge can you write a sentence usingall three words.Now try different books.!
  • 65. VOCABULARY Random WordsYou need a book each. Open your book topage 5, count down to line 4 and then along tothe 4th word. You must now quickly write asentence using the word, underlining the word.Try again for page 7, line 8, word 5Try again for page 11, line 4, word 2Extra challenge can you write a sentence usingall three words.Now try different books.!
  • 66. VOCABULARY Noun and Verb gameLook at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pickone from each and try to make a sentence.Nouns verbsEngine sippedPencil stoleTree rushedRuler wishedEg The pencil rushed down stairs and into the garden.(Don’t forget capital letters and fullstops)
  • 67. VOCABULARY Noun and Verb gameLook at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pickone from each and try to make a silly sentence.Nouns verbsBook slippedCar screamedFlower ranTambourine pushedEg The pencil rushed down stairs and into the garden.(Don’t forget capital letters and fullstops)
  • 68. VOCABULARY Noun and Verb gameLook at these lists of nouns and verbs. Pickone from each and try to make a silly sentence.Nouns verbspicture helpedlorry dancedBall skippedFish ferriedEg 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 asentence about each one using twoadjectives. (describing words)
  • 70. VOCABULARY Animal Game (ii)Think of an animal and write asentence about each one using anadverb in each sentence. (rememberan adverb describes the verb egquickly)
  • 71. VOCABULARY Animal Game (iii)Think of an animal and write asentence about each one using theword ‘after’ in each sentence.
  • 72. VOCABULARY Animal Game (iv)Think of an animal and write asentence about each one using theword ‘when’ in each sentence.
  • 73. VOCABULARY Animal Game (v)Think of an animal and write asentence about each one using asimile in each sentence. (remembera simile is used to compare twothings, usually with the words “like”or “as”.Eg as quiet as a mouse
  • 74. VOCABULARY AlliterationThink of an animal and write analliterative sentence about each one.Eg The tiny tiger tickled the terrifiedterrapins two toes with torn tinsel.
  • 75. VOCABULARY AlliterationThink of an animal and write analliterative sentence about each one.Eg The tiny tiger tickled the terrifiedterrapins two toes with torn tinsel.
  • 76. VOCABULARYInventing Metaphors by Pie CorbettFirst 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. ConnectivesWrite at least threesentences using a differentconnective in each.
  • 78. ConnectivesChoose 3 connectives andwrite 3 sentences usingone in each.And, But So, Then Because, When, If After While, As well as
  • 79. ConnectivesChoose 3 connectives andwrite 3 sentences usingone 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 thenhand on to your partner by suggesting a connective,e.g.Child 1: Once there was a woodcutter whoChild 2: spent many hours in the forest becauseChild 1: his wife spent so much money at Marks &Spencer, he had no choice to work whileHere 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. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is description E.g –A lean, grey cat…. How manyopeners can you think of like this- continueyour sentences.
  • 82. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is ly starters E.g –Slowly, she ran down the road. Howmany openers can you think of like this- continueyour sentences.
  • 83. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Where’ starterE.g – At the end of the lane, stood anold house.How many openers can youThink of like this- continueyour sentences.
  • 84. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is ‘ing’ starterE.g – Running along, Jim fell over.How many openers can youthink of like this- continueyour sentences.
  • 85. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Although/as starterE.g – Although he was late, he walkedslowly. How many openers can youthink of like this- continueyour sentences.
  • 86. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Similes E.g – Shewas as tall as a bus. How manyopeners can you think of like this-continue your sentences.
  • 87. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is AlliterationE.g – The sneaky, slimy snake Howmany openers can you think of likethis- continue yoursentences.
  • 88. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is ‘ed’ starterE.g – Exhausted, Jim ran home Howmany openers can you think of likethis- continue yoursentences.
  • 89. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Drop-in ‘ed’ clauseE.g – Jim, exhausted by so much effort,ran home How manyopeners can you thinkof like this- continueYour sentences.
  • 90. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Speech plus stagedirection + ‘ing’ clause E.g – “Stop”,he whispered, picking up his torch.Howmany openers can you think of likethis- continueYour sentences.
  • 91. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Exclamation“Noodles, get down!” screamedBianca.How many openers can youthink of like this- continueYour sentences.
  • 92. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Question“Are you sure that room is tidy?”Mum yelled up the stairs.How manyopeners can you think of like this-continue Your sentences. ?
  • 93. openersThere are different ways to open asentence one is Question“Are you sure that room is tidy?”Mum yelled up the stairs.How manyopeners can you think of like this-continue Your sentences. ?
  • 94. PunctuationWrite at least 5 sentencesusing !
  • 95. PunctuationWrite at least 5 sentencesusing ?
  • 96. PunctuationWrite at least 3 sentencesusing …
  • 97. PunctuationWrite a sentence using 3 differentpieces of punctuation from the listbelow.“ ” ; , ••• ( ) ? • !
  • 98. PunctuationWrite at least 3 sentences usingdifferent pieces of punctuation fromthe list below.“ ” ; , ••• ( ) ? • !
  • 99. VCOPup level these sentences keeping themeaningi) the cat sat on the mat ii) the dog walked down the roadiii) the fish swam in the bowliv) the man sat on the benchv) there was a duck on the pond
  • 100. VCOPup level these sentences keeping themeaningi) there was a bird in the treeii) there was a rabbit down the holeiii) i saw a witch in the gardeniv) i saw a cat on the fencev) i saw a mouse in the cupboard