Inspired by nature | KS2 | Year 3 | Grammar
Direct speech (inverted commas): moose
Read the first sentence and identify where the inverted commas (speech marks) should go.
Copy and complete the the second sentence with something the calf moose said out loud. Think about the correct punctuation (such as a question mark, exclamation or comma) to separate the spoken words from the reporting clause and don’t forget those important inverted commas.
Write a sentence or two that includes something spoken aloud by either the calf or the mother moose that featured in the main clip. Don’t forget to include a reporting clause and think carefully about the different punctuation marks that you will need to use. You may want to use some of the words on the Word Wall.
1) Don’t be scared. I will look after you in the water, mother moose said encouragingly.
2) _________________ cried the moose calf.