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We are learning to write our own riddles

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We are learning to write our own riddles

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  1. We are learning to write our own riddles

  2. What am I? I have no colour, not even white, but sometimes I’m wide and blue. Sometimes I’m still, sometimes I rush, and I can fall down on you. I can change my shape, I often do, but I’m hard to hold in your hand. You need me to make your castle stand up when you’re playing in the sand. I haven’t much taste, but on a hot day Your tongue’s hanging out for me. Then I am cold, but I can be hot When I’m in your mum’s cup of tea. What am I? ?

  3. WATER!

  4. Rules for Writing a ‘What am I?’ Riddle • Write at least 6 clues about different things. • Use present tense (mostly!) • Try to be clever! • Begin each sentence with a capital letter and end it with a full-stop, question mark or exclamation mark. • Use a comma before but. • Finish with a question – What am I?

  5. Over to you! • With your Literacy partner, think of a type of food. Don’t tell anyone else! • Write at least 6 clues about this type of food to make a riddle. • Take a whiteboard each, to help you to plan.

  6. Describe your food! • Is it hot or cold? • Do you have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner? • It is soft or hard and crunchy? • Can you make it into something else? • What does it taste like? Sweet, salty or bitter? • What do you normally eat it with? • What do you normally eat it from? • What colour is it? (Can it be different colours?) • It is a fruit / vegetable / dairy / animal?