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What did you say? | Speech Bubbles | Direct Speech
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What did you say? | Speech Bubbles | Direct Speech

SMART RESOURCE |The resource includes fifteen animal photographs with speech bubbles. Students fill in the speech bubbles to show only the words the animal has spoken. A follow up activity is to rewrite the words in the speech bubble as direct speech and insert punctuation as needed. The resource includes an example sheet and fifteen sheets for each animal to complete this task. A concluding activity is write a conversation by pairing the animal cards together! This time students use the words with the speech bubbles to write sentences to show the animals in conversation. A first-rate resource for students to master direct speech and punctuation that is needed in their personal writing.
AUD $3.30
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Pages: 33
Font: KG She Persisted
Ref: 6-00068
Age 8+ years
 
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PDF: 5.19 MB
SMART RESOURCE
Australian Curriculum
ENGLISH
Year 3-4
 
Language
EXPRESSING AND DEVELOPING IDEAS
TEACHER TIP
LAMINATE RESOURCE
Students can write:
  • directly in the speech bubble with a whiteboard marker
  • ideas on a Post-it then attach it to the speech bubble.
  

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