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  • Run your hand under the tap and feel the water flowing over your fingers. Describe what you can see, hear, feel, taste. Be as descriptive as possible, and use fronted adverbials, e.g. As it falls gracefully from the tap, the whispering, crystal-clear water slips through my fingers and creates a perfect tiny ocean. Now find some ice: how does it compare? Write sentences to describe the ice.

• Look at this image: write a description of the picture. Use your senses to write in detail using adjectives, similes, adverbs. Try to start your sentences with fronted adverbials followed by a comma, e.g.: Above the secret cavern,…

•	Look at this image:   write a description of the picture. Use your senses to write in detail using adjectives, similes, adverbs. Try to start your sentences with fronted adverbials followed by a comma, e.g.: Above the secret cavern,… 1
  • Imagine you discovered this secret underground world under the well. Write a story about the day you fell down the well. What did you find down there? Describe how you felt when you were down there. How did you get out? Will you go back?
Plan and write a story called ‘The Adventures of a Raindrop.’ Imagine you are a droplet of water. Describe all the adventures you have in your life: swimming in the ocean, being heated up and floating up into the sky, forming clouds with lots of your friends, falling back to earth, flowing into a river and eventually back home to the ocean. Describe each part as if you are there! Watch this video again to remind yourself about what happens. Try to include causal conjunctions and fronted adverbials. You could illustrate your story or even turn it into a book! This task will probably take you more than one day.
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