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If you're stuck for ideas on what to write about you could visit http://www.pobble365.com/ everyday where you'll find a picture for inspiration. Don't forget those capital letters and full stops! If your target is to edit your work, maybe you could find a blue pen of power at home! 30 minutes of writing each day would be ideal.

You might like to keep a diary of what you get up to whilst you're not at school. Imagine you are Samuel Pepys!

You can also find all the spelling lists for the rest of this year further down on the main page. We are now starting the summer term which is 3a. Weekly spelling tests can be found on purple mash. Keep checking purple mash for writing tasks too.

The year 1 and 2 common exception words can be found here, how many can you read? How many can you spell? 

Here is the poster we use in class to help with letter formation. By the end of year 2 we try to use joining tails in preparation for joined writing in year 3. 
If you're wanting to practise your spag skills (spelling, punctuation and grammar) then you might like to try these spag mats. They vary in difficulty from 1* to 3*. Let me know on the Fox class blog how you get on.
If you fancy making your own time capsule, these sheets may come in handy. Plenty of opportunities for writing yes
If you'd like to look at a punctuation and grammar SATs paper, here is last years.
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