Paper planes, chocolate biscuits, making tea... we've all been there. Liven up your lessons with some instructions on 'how to wrestle a grizzly bear' though and you'll really get them excited. Enliven instruction writing lessons with this super topic.
Beautifully presented recipe sheets that have instruction text features. Includes attractive and clear photos. Could well tie in with your D+T work too! (You will need the Adobe reader for these PDF format downloads.)
Instructions on how to do just about everything. The suggestions for "How to get out of a terrible date? mean that you can't use this with children - but How to make fairy cakes, and the like, will certainly be useful. Upper Ks2.
Great range of step-by-step instructions with photo illustrations for a wide range of art projects. Includes all features of the text type.
Good downloadable text that contains sequencing of tea-making and captions of photos of old range cookers, kettles, kitchen equipment. Really a rather nice resource for the Victorians topic too.
Help make Gran a cup of tea by sequencing the instructions correctly. But how many youngsters do this these days? Probably worth a go anyway but make sure they know what a cup of tea is first.
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