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Recounts Anchor Charts | KS2 Non-fiction Writing | Primary English

How to Write Recounts Anchor Charts

These anchor charts on how to write recounts offer guidance for children on writing this form of non-fiction. Each page highlights a bold heading keyword or phrase, serving as a reminder of the crucial elements in recounts. Additionally, detailed information and relevant, vibrant illustrations accompany each feature, providing an in-depth exploration of the key aspects and writing structures essential for pupils when crafting their own recounts.

These how to write recounts anchor charts will help children learn the importance of presenting events in chronological order, helping them develop a sense of sequencing. Writing recounts involves considering the audience, and helping children understand how to tailor their writing style and language to different readers.

Explanation page, Title, Introduction, Structure, Past Tense, Paragraphs, First Person, Examples, Opening Statement, Closing Statement

Our recounts anchor charts are aligned with KS2 non-fiction and writing composition on the primary national curriculum. This primary resource can be used with your ideas for non-fiction writing activities, display boards, games, teaching material, learning aids, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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