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  • 1. Y1 Writing Musts Y1 Writing Shoulds Y1 Writing Coulds I can write the sounds I can hear in a word I can write simple words with one beat I can write some tricky words I can use my phonics to write new words I can hold paper in position and use my writing hand to hold a pencil using a correct pencil grip. I can draw an anticlockwise circle I can write on lines and control letter size. handwriting I can write my name correctly I can write most letters correctly generating I can think, say and write a sentence. implementing I can count the words when I say my sentence. I can count the words when I read my sentence. I can leave a space between each word. I can start with a capital letter and finish with a full stop. reflecting I can read my sentence and my teacher can read my sentence. spelling I can write the zapper tricky words correctly in my own writing. I can use my phonics to help me spell new words. handwriting I can starting and finish letters in the right place I can smile in and out of lower-case letters I can write letters b, d, p the correct way around. I can separate words with spaces generating I can think and say each sentence before I write it. implementing I can use a capital letter for names of people, places, the days of the week, and the personal pronoun ‘I’. I can join sentences using and because I can use a question mark and an exclamation mark at the end of a sentence I can use adjectives to make my writing interesting. I can write four sentences which I can read and my teacher can read. reflecting I can read what I have written to check that it makes sense. I can discuss my writing with my teacher and other learners. spelling I can write the Dinosaur Trail words correctly in my own writing. I can use my phonics to help me spell new words. handwriting I can join lower case letters and leave capital letters unjoined. I can write on the lines. I can write descenders under the line all the same length (f, g, j, p, q, y) I can write ascenders taller than other lower case letters and make them all the same height (b, d, h, k, l, t) generating I can plan what I am going to write about by writing down ideas, key words and vocabulary. I can generate and say sentences before I write them (including speech) implementing. I can open sentences using words that show the order things happen first, then, next, soon after that, last… I can choose the most effective adjectives to describe nouns. I can choose powerful verbs to interest the reader I can write longer sentences using conjunctions to join ideas and, or, but, when, where, if, what, and, because I can choose the correct tense when I write (present tense and past tense) I can use capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks to identify sentences. I can use commas to separate items in a list. I can use apostrophes to shorten words I am = I’m. I can write a story of about 100 words. reflecting I can re-read my writing to check that it makes sense. I can proof-read my writing to self-correct mistakes in spelling and punctuation