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narrow

Discussion in 'Primary' started by inky, Mar 25, 2011.

  1. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    How many of your Yr 6 children don't know what narrow means?
     
  2. Theres a year 6 teacher in my school who chooses 10 words each week and does lots of 5 minute activities with her class throughout the week to help them remember the definition. Seems to really work for them. I don't know if that's any use for you but I just thought it was a really nice way to help them expand their vocabulary.
     
  3. Grandsire

    Grandsire Senior commenter

    Someone in my class last week handed me what they called "a pin with a hole". It's not just vocabulary that's limited - their practical skills aren't that hot either...
     
  4. What was the pin with a hole?
     
  5. inq

    inq

    My guess is a needle.
     
  6. or a safety pin?
     
  7. Grandsire

    Grandsire Senior commenter

    A needle.
     

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