We are going to continue our topic of riddles. I have written a riddle about one of the children in our class. Can you guess who it is about?
Can you find the following features in the riddle:
-SABO ( so, and, but, or) / WITBUS ( when, if, that, because, until, since)
- An exclamation sentence
- A question
- A simile
- A list sentence
- Noun phrases
- Different sentence starts
Yesterday in class we looked at starting each clue in our riddle in a different way. Today's lesson is going to be using SABO and WITBUS in our riddles. I want you to write a riddle about your favourite cartoon character. Try to extend each clue using a conjunction. If you could also include as many of the writing features above in your riddle, that would be fantastic. Write between 5-8 clues, start each new clue on a new line and don't forget to finish with Who am I? There is an example below. Please send me pictures of your riddles ( on dojo) and I will post them on tomorrow's literacy page for your class mates to enjoy.