Whilst at home, you can practise your handwriting. Handwriting is an important part of producing effective pieces of writing, that are not only enjoyable for you to write but also enjoyable for the reader too. Please start by reading the “How to improve your handwriting activity.” There are lots of joins for you to practise and I have drawn them using my own handwriting to make it as visual as possible for you. At the bottom are some sentences to practise in the back of your English book. We will repeat these sentences in 6 weeks and see how much your handwriting has improved. The second activity is quite fun, can you say a tongue twister without getting your tongue all twisted? I bet you can give these a good go; after you’ve said them try and write them in the back of your English book, remember to practise that beautiful joined handwriting. If you have any questions please email the class email. Keep smiling, Mrs. Etheridge.