EDIT THE EDITOR #2 (September 28-Oct 02)

28 September 2020 | Posted under

This grammar activity is based on a story from this month's issue of The Primary Planet. Read 
through the article and see if you can spot the 10 spelling mistakes. It's so eesy :) 


Paragraph Project (Page 27)


WHEN I MANAGED TO RELIGHT THE TORCH, MY EYES AJUSTED AND I STOOD THERE, UNABLE TO TAKE IT ALL IN.

I was convinsed that my eyes were decieving me. 

It was unbelieveable!

This could not be real. 

I'd never witnesed anything like it before in my entire life! In fact, I was sure no one had ever seen this before. I turned off the torch again, I needed time to think ... should I take it or leave it? 

My mind raced with all the opshins but really when I taught about it there was only one thing that I could do. I knew I didn't want to do it, but I had to, there was no way out of this. 

I swore that I would never be caught in this situashon again. No matter how much money they offered me or what promises they made, I would never, ever, ever do it again. 

Nothing was worth the trawma I was about to put myself through. 

I turned the torch back on, lifted my baby brodder out of his cot, and headed to the baby changing unit … to change his nappy!


HOW TO ANSWER:

OK, for answering, here are your options: 

Get a sheet, or your Homework Club copy, and write down the 10 spelling mistakes, along with their correct spelling. Keep them safe until Friday, when we (you and I) correct them. You can also click here to print and download the worksheet.
If you would like to enter the draw for the €25 voucher competition, imagine the comment box below is now your ANSWER BOX. Get typing, and don't forget to leave your name and email adress along with your answers. 

Send this, share it, get your mum, dad, brother or sister to do it! Maybe tehy will prove to bee bettar at speling that mee! 


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