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Unit A – Pirate Ships

This English scheme of work for Key Stage One gets the children to read and follow sets of simple instructions, practise building words by adding the suffix ly to different word roots and write sentences that are commands, questions and statements. The class can write and follow instructions about how to make hats for pirates.

Read and follow sets of simple instructions, practise building words by adding the suffix ly to different word roots and write sentences that are commands, questions and statements

Lesson One : Word Sums ly

Practise adding the suffix ly to change different word roots that can be used to describe actions on board a pirate ship

Lesson Two : Pirate Sentences

Write statements, questions, exclamations, commands that might be used on board a pirate ship

Lesson Three : Ship’s Galley

Match and record different types of sentences that might be spoken in the galley on a pirate ship

Lesson Four : Pirate Treasure

Devise a treasure map with matching commands that pirates can use to find treasure on an island

Lesson Five : Pirate Hat

Follow a set of instructions to make a hat that could be worn by a pirate on a ship

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