Saturday, 24 March 2012

The Mighty Comma!

Recently we've been looking at how important commas are in our writing. We looked at a book called 'Eats, Shoots & Leaves' by Lynne Truss and soon realised that missing out or misusing commas can be a matter of life or death! For example: 'Let's eat, Grandpa' and 'Let's eat Grandpa' have very different meanings, especially for Grandpa!

Our class has come up with some wonderful pictures to illustrate how important commas are - we hope you enjoy them! (Best viewed in full-screen!)
Part One: Part Two: If you cannot see the children's work, you may need to download the latest version of Flash - you can get it for free here.


  1. Hi everyone just back from forest of dean which was great we had are own hot tub but grandma refused to get out. We saw tons of squirrels which will be on my blog.

  2. A big well done 'Whole Class', great to see your work so attractively presented with neat handwriting and correctly punctuated.

    Mrs. Carr(Carole Anne Carr - children's author).

  3. Ahhh I remember reading this book at university. Well done Ash x

  4. These are brilliant and so funny! Well done Ash x

  5. i really like these mr kenyon

  6. thay are funny mr k

  7. Please come on our blog.
    Mr aistons class blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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