Wot so Funee? Writing Practice.

By the Bug.

Wot So Funee?I’ve been tasked with practicing my writing recently. It’s not my favourite thing, but we’ve been waiting for it to ‘click’ for a while now, and so far it hasn’t. I have a summer birthday, which puts me at at disadvantage to the rest of my class in keeping up, so every now and then something becomes the focus and I get to work on it really hard. Oh joy.

If you’re in a similar position, may I suggest that you try to keep it short, sweet and frequent. Here are a couple of things you could try:

Writing Practice

1. Writing thank you notes – and addressing the envelope:

Get children to write thank you notes and address the envelopes to practice their writing

2. Adding to the shopping list:

Practicing writing by adding to the shopping list

So that’s what?

Get children to practice their writing by adding things to the shopping list

And again, what?

3. Taking a quiz – how else would you spell poetry? Makes perferct sense to me 🙂

Quizzes are a good way of getting children to practice their writing

 I’m getting there!

Wot So Funee?

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13 thoughts on “Wot so Funee? Writing Practice.”

  1. Bless you!! This is great and that is how you should spell powithry in my opinion.

    I love seeing regional accents in spellings too – gabby is a proper Geordie – tired would be ‘tiyad’.

    Keep up the good work! Xx

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  2. easy parmesan and cheerios of course!
    i must do this for some of Burton’s spelling although he wants to know how to write it correctly and wont just do free hand much as he is too much of a perfectionist x x

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  3. Bless him!

    Perfect way to practice, must encourage E to do little things like this a bit more – he’s 9 and wouldn’t say the writing is that much better so translating the spellings is easy peasy 😉 xx

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