Have you seen my video message from the end of last week? Please watch it in this blog post:
Put your answers in the comments and give Mr Morgan a command. Remember I am recovering from surgery so please don’t command me to do anything that will tire me out!
Those of you doing PURPLE MASH every week will remember the RNLI is a charity who work on the British and Irish coastline, as well as on some rivers, to save lives when people get into trouble on the water.
One of the best ways to save lives is to teach people how to stay safe before they enter the water. This means they can prevent people getting into trouble.
Write at least five sentences instructing people how to stay safe when they visit beaches. Use a piece of lined paper and handwrite the sentences, sending them to email@example.com to win your merit.
Your sentences will need to be commands. Here are some sentence starters that will help you write five commands.
You have to…
Be careful when…
Or you can use a bossy verb (imperative verb) at the beginning of your sentence. This BBC Bitesize lesson will show you how.
**Don’t forget to write down important beach rules to do with what the different flags mean, and also don’t forget to write a special rule for this year about social distancing!**
Scroll back to the top of the lesson and tell me what type of sentences 1-6 are. Then give me a command of your own!
Don’t forget to check Purple Mash and MyMaths today for new activities as well.