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Discover lesson plans, classroom worksheets and interactive activities to develop skills in English for Key Stage Two to teach about linking and coordinating clauses in sentences using conjunctions

  • Sentence Links

    Sentence Links

    Identify and record how to link clauses in sentences related to a narrative story using different conjunctions

  • Sentence Extensions

    Sentence Extensions

    Select and embed phrases and use conjunctions to extend sentences from a science fiction story

  • Story Sentences

    Story Sentences

    Compose examples of simple and compound sentences to describe events that might occur in a science fiction story

  • Sentence Extensions

    Sentence Extensions

    Practise using a range of different conjunctions to extend sentences by adding extra clauses

  • Sentence Links

    Sentence Links

    Practise using conjunctions to link different sentence clauses about characters in a story set in a school

  • Myth Sentences

    Myth Sentences

    Practise using the conjunctions so and because to express cause in sentences from different myths

  • Story Characters

    Story Characters

    Select and describe a character that could feature in a story by a significant author

  • Story Sentences

    Story Sentences

    Practise using a range of conjunctions to link sentence clauses about different story characters

  • School Sentences

    School Sentences

    Use the conjunctions because, but or when to link sentence clauses about things that might happen in a story set in a school

  • Sentence Clauses

    Sentence Clauses

    ractise adding a range of phrase and clauses to different sentences using commas and conjunctions

  • Circus Animals
    Write a discussion text to outline some of the arguments for and against an animal welfare issue
  • Chocolate Debate
    Hold a class debate to identify and explain the benefits and disadvantages of eating chocolate
  • Story Swaps
    Practise writing and editing an alternative version of a traditional story by swapping characters, settings and plot events
  • Story Swap Writing
    Draft and edit an alternative version of a traditional tale to match the original text genre and style