The new National Curriculum requires children to be taught to use fronted adverbials and to indicate these as a grammatical feature by using commas after fronted adverbials. (Years 3-4 Programme of Study). This is a handy memo mat containing example fronted adverbials that can be used to introduce and consolidate the pupils' ability to recognise and use fronted adverbials in writing. It is available in several colour schemes.
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Fronted Adverbials - Set of 18 Worksheets
This resource contains a set of 18 worksheets on adverbs, adverbial phrases and fronted adverbials. The worksheets include:
- identifying adverbs, adverbial phrases and fronted adverbials of time, place and manner in sentences
- inserting appropriate adverbs, adverbial phrases and fronted adverbials in sentences
- insertion of comma after fronted adverbials
- using fronted adverbials in writing
- changing sentences so that the adverbial phrase is at the beginning of a sentence
Fronted Adverbials PowerPoint Lesson
This resource contains a fully editable and interactive 45-slide lesson presentation on fronted adverbials.
The PowerPoint includes:
- recap of adverbs
- adverbial phrases of time, place and manner
- fronted adverbials
- insertion of comma after fronted adverbial
- opportunities for pupils to identify adverbs, adverbial phrases and fronted adverbials
- opportunities for pupils to change a sentence so that the adverbial phrase is at the beginning of a sentence
- opportunities for pupils to create fronted adverbial sentences
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Fronted Adverbials, Set of 18 Worksheets and Memo Mat
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