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KS1 Activities: Letter to Santa (Punctuation and Spelling) | Free EYFS & KS1 Resources

EYFS/KS1 Activities: Letter to Santa (Punctuation and Spelling)

The aim of this lesson plan is to help pupils to develop a basic understanding of punctuation and word family patterns. There are two activities included in this resource, the first is a punctuation exercise in which the children must add the capital letters, full stops and commas to a letter to Santa. The second activity requires the children to correct the spelling and then write their own letter to Santa.

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