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Ok, so now you know all about conjunctions. It is time to move on to co-ordinating conjunctions.

Saying f a n b o y s helps us to remember the different coordinating conjunctions.

Co-ordinating Conjunctions in Sentences

Co-ordinating conjunctions are used between two sentences which would make sense on their own. 

The co-ordinating conjuction shows there is a link between both sentences.


For example:

Mrs Marsden likes to dance. 

Mrs Ford loves to sing.




Miss Collins likes vanilla ice cream.

Miss Fleet likes chocolate ice cream.




All of these sentences make sense on their own but we can show they have a
link by using a conjuction like this:


Mrs Marsden likes to dance but Mrs Ford loves to sing.


Miss Collins likes vanilla ice cream yet Miss Fleet likes chocolate ice cream.




Click on the BBC icon below and complete activity one and two.

You can use your busy book for this.



Today you will work on fractions.
First, click on the 'White Rose Maths' icon below to watch the video and then click below to it for your activity which you can complete in your busy book.

Summer Term - Week 7 (w/c 8th June)

Lesson 3 - Find a half




Beaches are wonderful, fun places to visit but they can be dangerous too.
It is important to take care when visiting the seaside.


Have a look at the safety warnings below.

What dangers can you see there?


Click on the Cbeebies link to find out how we can stay safe at beaches and seasides.

Make a poster to tell other people how to keep 
safe if they visit the seaside.