This week, year 3 have been learning about fronted adverbials (sounds tricky)!
We started by recapping adverbs. These tell us how, when or where a verb is done. We then moved the adverbs to the front of our sentence. This creates a fronted adverbial!
The children thought of some of their own sentences using fronted adverbials. We had to be careful to make sure we changed the capital letters and used a comma after the fronted adverbial.
Check our some of out ideas- we tried to link some sentences to our recount about a volcanic explosion!
Quickly, the boy ran to the park.
Frantically, Miss Gledhill marked the Year 3 books.
Suddenly, a cloud of toxic black smoke shot from the boiling volcano.
Outside the magnificent temple, people were shouting at each other.
Word classes can be tricky to remember. When reading with your child, why not see if they can identify nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs?