I can identify known phonemes in unfamiliar words.
I can use syllables to divide words when spelling.
I use what I know about alternative phonemes to narrow down possibilities for accurate spelling.
I can use the spelling rule for adding ‘s’ or ‘es’ for verbs in the 3rd person singular.
I can name all the letters of the alphabet in order.
I can use letter names to show alternative spellings of the same phoneme.
I can sit correctly at a table, holding a pencil comfortably and correctly.
I can form lower case letters in the correct direction, starting and finishing in the right place.
I can form capital letters and digits 0-9.
I can compose a sentence orally before writing it.
I can sequence sentences in chronological order to recount an event or experience.
I can re-read what I have written to check that it makes sense.
I leave spaces between words.
I know how the prefix ‘un’ can be added to words to change meaning.
I can use the suffixes ‘s’, ‘es’, ‘ed’, and ‘ing’ within my writing.
Grammar and punctuation
I can combine words to make a sentence.
I can join two sentences using ‘and’.
I can sequence sentences to form a narrative.
I can separate words using finger spaces.
I can use capital letters to start a sentence.
I can use a full stop to end a sentence.
I can use a question mark.
I can use an exclamation mark.
I can use capital letters for names.
I can use ‘I’.