Procedure Writing

WALHT write a procedure
Something I learned about writing a procedure is you need to number the steps.
Something I would like to do better is use more verbs
Here is a photo of my learning

Jelly Pop

How to make delicious jelly pops.

What do you need

  • Jelly crystals
  • Party cups
  • Boiling water ( 1 cup)
  • Cold water (½ cup)
  • Whisk
  • jug/bowl
  • Fruit sticks
  • Measuring cup


1.Prepare the party cups upright on a flat surface.

2.Carefully pour 1 cup of boiling water into a bowl or jug.
WARNING Ask an adult to help.

3. Slowly pour the jelly crystals into a bowl or jug.  

4.Carefully dissolve the jelly crystals with the whisk in your jug or bowl.

5.Carefully pour ½ cup of cold water into your bowl or jug.

6.Leave the bowl or jug on the bench for fifteen minutes.

7.Carefully pour the jelly into the party cups.

8.Carefully place a fruit stick in each party cup.  

9.Carefully place the party cups in the freezer.     
10.Enjoy your delicious jelly pops.  


WALHT Interpret data and record our findings.
Something I learned was that you need to look carefully at graphs so you can see the key.
Here is a photo of my learning.
My next step is to think more carefully about my answers and use a ruler to draw bar graphs.


At dance we are learning hip hop and salsa.
I enjoyed learning new moves for hip hop because your whole body is moving.
I learnt to do salsa a lot better.


WALHT: Add a twist to our writing

Here is my poem

I didn't fly to Mars
I didn't go to a desert
I didn't catch a fish
but I did have a party

I didn't eat a shark
I didn't eat whale
I didn't eat 100 apples
But I did eat popcorn

I didn't see Mt Everest
I didn't see Mt cook
I didn't see a big guinea pig
But I did see Ellie

What I would like to do better is add more rhyming more words