Mary Anning Stone Girl Bone Girl
1. Reading Comprehension: Go to BGFL, shared files, Mary Anning Comprehension. Read the extract from Stone Girl, Bone Girl and answer the questions.
2. Describe these nouns (naming word) by sorting these adjectives into the table:
angry, soft, golden, foggy, grey, fine, wet, sunlit, dry, hard, exquisite, interesting, taupe, round
deep, open, rough, overcast, choppy, grey, crashing, sheer, steep, delicate, jagged, craggy, rugged
cloudy, gloomy, grainy
thundery, grey, angry, bellowing, raging
3. Use your adjectives to make 2 adjective sentences. Using this guide fill in the gaps with your adjectives. Don't forget to put a comma between your adjectives. Then say the sentence. Does it make sense?
For example, On the grainy, dry sand I saw interesting, smooth shells.
4. Past tense:
Change these words so they are in the past tense -
Now use the past tense words in a sentence.