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Year 5 Linking Ideas in a Paragraph Worksheets | KS2 Grammar | Primary English

Year 5 | Linking Ideas in a Paragraph Worksheets

In these Year 5 linking ideas in a paragraph worksheets, a box is provided, brimming with phrases and adverbial phrases. Your learners will actively engage by circling the adverbial phrases, showcasing their understanding that these phrases serve to connect ideas within paragraphs. Moving forward, within a paragraph depicting a boy going to bed, your pupils will underline the words and phrases contributing to cohesion, such as “secondly” and “however”. Finally, your class will craft their own paragraph, incorporating words and phrases to enhance cohesion, with a specific emphasis on utilising adverbial expressions.

This worksheet goes beyond the basics, expanding children’s knowledge of paragraph writing as they learn to adeptly use adverbial phrases. This skill not only aids in linking ideas within paragraphs but also lays the groundwork for connecting ideas across paragraphs through the strategic use of adverbials denoting time (e.g. later), place (e.g. nearby), and number (e.g. firstly), as well as tense choices (e.g. she had seen him before).

Our Year 5 grammar primary worksheets are linked with the KS2 national curriculum and will support your primary learning activities, differentiation, homework and lesson plans.

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