Friday, 4 November 2016

Rewriting Instructions

Pick up an egg, gently hit it against the side of a bowl and empty the contents into a clean bowl.
Grab an egg and crack it beside the bowl.
Open the fridge and take out the butter. Take off the lid. Get a knife and use it to scoop some butter. Rub the knife onto the toast.
Get the butter from the fridge, get the knife and scoop come butter out and rub it into the toast.
Hold the two shortest sides of paper and bend them together. Squeeze them so that the paper is now in half.
Get a piece of paper and fold it in half.
When you hear the sound of the whistle, move one leg in front of the other as quickly as you can.
If you hear the whistle run as fast as you can.
When player One had rolled the die, they should hand it to player Two, who should then roll it too. The person with the highest score moves their counter first.
When player one has it’s turn rolling the die. It is player two’s turn to roll the die. The player with the highest score moves their counter first.
If you want to turn on the computer, look for the round, lack power button and press it once.
If you want to go on the computer find the circle power button and turn it on.
Hold the handles of the scissors and cut along the dotted line, making sure you don’t hurt yourself.
Hold the scissors with your hands and cut along the dotted line on the paper. Make sure you don’t cut yourself.
Before you start mixing the ingredients, switch on the oven and turn the dial to 140 degrees.
Before mixing the ingredients turn on the oven to dial to 140 degrees.
Take the lid off the glue stick and rub the glue on the tab, being careful not to get any glue on your clothes.
Grab a glue stick and rub it on the tab. Make sure you don’t get glue on your clothing.
When you have planted your seed, pick up the pot and move it it near to a window where it will get lots of sunlight.
Once you have finished planting your seed, pick up the pot and move it near to a window where it will have lots of sunlight.
This week for writing we have been looking at rewriting instructions. This was our writing for literacy. 

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