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St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

Week 9

Year 1 – Writing Task 1

You will need to have completed the Grammar Task before starting the writing tasks. 

Year 1 – Writing Task 2


This week we are going to continue our learning using the story ‘The Three Little Pigs’.

A copy of the book can be found in the ‘Reading’ section of our home Learning Tasks.


We are going to practise adding exclamation marks to some speech that the Three Little Pigs or Big Bad Wolf might say.


I have started you off with the first two pictures; add the exclamation marks then write three more sentences.

Year 1 – Writing Task 3

Here is a picture of Big Bad Wolf.

I would like you to write a description of Big Bad Wolf adding in all of the learning we have been working on for the past couple of weeks:

  • Capital letters for names
  • /er/ on the end on words
  • ! to show feelings

Here is my example:


Big Bad Wolf is very mean!

He has sharp teeth and even sharper claws.

He has a long, bushy tail and furry ears.

His ears are shorter than his tail.

He is very hungry and looking for something to eat.



I have underlined the words that you need to change and replace with your own words to make your description different and more interesting.


Year 1 – Writing Task 4

Look at what happens to Big Bad Wolf at the end of the story.

For this task I would like you to pretend that there is something different at the bottom of the chimney.

Instead of there being a pot of boiling water, what else could there be?

Maybe there could be a trampoline that would bounce Big Bad Wolf back out of the house!

Or maybe there could be ship’s cannon that blasts Big Bad Wolf away!

What ideas could you come up with? Discuss them with your grown up.

Once you have your idea I would like you to change the ending of the story.


Here is a template to help you:

Big Bad Wolf huffed and puffed but the brick house would not fall down.

He crept up onto the roof.

“I don’t give up that easily!” growled the wolf.

He slithered down the chimney and landed                                                                                       .

The piggies cheered and shouted “Hip hip hooray!”

Big Bad Wolf is gone!