The Dragon – Y4 Teams Tasks

It was great to see you all in our Teams lessons today.

Write your contributions below. Remember – try to craft your sentences so that they are about the picture and they contain a conjunction.

Want an extra challenge? Aim for a multi-clause sentences (2 conjunctions) or work to develop your vocabulary choices. Wow words are welcome here 🙂

Year 4 you are amazing! Your response to this post is incredible! I hope you enjoyed our online lesson as much as I did!Well done!

25 Comments

  1. The boy stood bravely whilst the dragon seared his food with molten flames!
    The young, excited soldier stared excitedly because the dragon was putting his learning to the test.
    Although the boy was young, he lazily passed a lump of raw meat to this man eating monster.

  2. 1. The boy stood bravely as the dragon seared his food with molten flames!

    2. The young, excited solider stared excitedly because he food was getting cooked for him.

    3. Although the bot was young, he was courageous and confident.

  3. The boy stood bravely “as” the dragon seared his food with molten flames! The young, excited soldier stared excitedly because he wanted to see how the dragon would act “whilst” cooking the meat. Although the boy was young, he looked like he really cared and loved dragon even “if” it made some mistakes.

  4. The boy stood bravely while the dragon seared his food with molten flames!

    The young exited soldier stared excitedly because he has never met a dragon before.

    Although the boy was young he still had courage to feed the dragon.

  5. The boy stood bravely while the dragon seared molten flames!
    The young, enthusiastic soldier stared excitedly because he was ravenous.
    Although, the dragon was young he was highly skilled at cooking the piece of meat.

    • Fantastic vocabulary choices! I really like how you have used the word ‘ravenous’. Well done 🙂

  6. 1.
    The boy stood bravely when the Dragon seared his food with molten flames!
    2.
    The young, exited soldier started excitedly because he was hungry
    3.
    Although the boy was young , he brave too.

  7. The boy sat carefully watching the majestic dragon as it let out a flow of flames on the steak.

    Before he even had a chance to blink the steak was cooked ready to eat because the dragon’s flaming fire was so hot it cooked the meat in seconds. 🔥🥩

    • Great work! I particularly like how you used the word ‘before’ as an opener (and the emojis)! Well done Alice 🙂

  8. The boy was brave and didn’t move.The dragon seared his food with molten flames !The young , excited boys couldn’t wait to eat the meat.

    • Well done Chidubem. I love how you have used some coordinators here to extend your sentences. Clear punctuation too 🙂

  9. The boy stood bravely as the dragon seared his food with molten flames!
    The young, excited soldier stared excitedly because although his dragon was very young he was amazed to see that his dragon could breath fire.
    Although the boy was young,he was very brave to be standing in-front of a dragon that was breathing fire.

    • Well done Evan! Fantastic sentences with accurate use of the conjunctions. Perfect work with the comma to create a clause too 🙂

  10. While the boys continued to stare at the dragon the meat started to cook in the red, orange and yellow coloured fire.

    As the blond boy held the sweaty knife his brother proudly held the pitch fork that the dragon was breathing fire on

    • Fantastic sentences Louise! I love how you’ve started your sentences with subordinators! Well done 🙂

  11. The boy stood bravely while the dragon seared his food with molten flames.
    The young, excited soldier stared excitedly because the dragon had learnt how to breathe fire.
    Although the boy was young, he was determined and strong in the face of the dragon.

  12. The boy stood bravely as the dragon seared his food with molten flames.
    The young excited soldier stared excitedly because the dragon new how to cook the little boys food. Although the boy was young, he was brave and independent to face the dragon.

    • I love these sentences Hollie! Accurate use of punctuation and superb use of the conjunctions! Well done 🙂

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