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Copyright © PlanBee Resources Ltd 2019 www.planbee.com Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Fronted Adverbial Booklet The Little Booklet of Fronted Adverbials When? Before Afterwards Tomorrow Yesterday Last week On Thursday As soon as possible In a moment As night fell Eventually At last Finally Initially All of a sudden Space for your own fronted adverbials... Where? How? How often? How much? How long? Where? When? How often? How much? How? Far away Underneath In the sky Nearby At home Somewhere Hidden from view Along the path Upstairs At the park Inside Outside Over there Around the corner Nervously Bravely Hesitantly Rashly Frantically Excitedly Without a sound Swiftly Anxiously Without thinking Joyfully Annoyingly With great trepidation Hourly Daily Often Rarely Once in a blue moon Frequently Occasionally Regularly Again All the time Never Sometimes Seldom Once or twice Completely Totally Utterly Unbelievably Clearly Practically Hardly out of breath Somewhat Understandably Overwhelmed Barely Nearly Almost Distinctly unimpressed All day Not long For a while Since June For a week Since last year For a moment Since 2pm Until evening For a minute Throughout the night For several years

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    Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Fronted Adverbial Booklet

    lovely

    likeable pleasant

    niceThe Little Booklet of

    Fronted Adverbials

    When?

    Before Afterwards

    Tomorrow Yesterday

    Last week On Thursday

    As soon as possible

    In a moment As night fell

    Eventually At last

    Finally Initially

    All of a sudden

    Space for your own

    fronted adverbials...

    Where?

    How?How often?How much?How long?

    Where? When?

    How often? How much?

    How?

    Far away Underneath

    In the sky Nearby

    At home Somewhere

    Hidden from view

    Along the path Upstairs

    At the park Inside

    Outside Over there

    Around the corner

    Nervously Bravely

    Hesitantly Rashly

    Frantically Excitedly

    Without a sound

    Swiftly Anxiously

    Without thinking

    Joyfully Annoyingly

    With great trepidation

    Hourly Daily

    Often Rarely

    Once in a blue moon

    Frequently Occasionally

    Regularly Again

    All the time Never

    Sometimes Seldom

    Once or twice

    Completely Totally

    Utterly Unbelievably

    Clearly Practically

    Hardly out of breath

    Somewhat Understandably

    Overwhelmed Barely

    Nearly Almost

    Distinctly unimpressed

    All day Not long

    For a while

    Since June For a week

    Since last year

    For a moment Since 2pm

    Until evening For a minute

    Throughout the night

    For several years

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    Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Fronted Adverbial Booklet

    Follow these instructions to fold your Fronted Adverbials Booklet:

    Folded

    edge

    Fold your booklet along

    all of the lines, and then

    unfold again.

    Fold it in half widthways.

    Cut along the red dotted fold

    from the folded edge.

    Unfold the booklet. The cut should be

    in the middle.

    Now fold it lengthways.

    Push the folds towards the centre so the

    cut opens up into a diamond shape.

    Fold the other pages round until you have

    your booklet.

    Follow these instructions to fold your Fronted Adverbials Booklet:

    Folded

    edge

    Fold your booklet

    along all of the lines,

    and then unfold again.

    Fold it in half widthways.

    Cut along the red dotted fold

    from the folded edge.

    Unfold the booklet. The cut should be

    in the middle.

    Now fold it lengthways.

    Push the folds towards the centre so

    the cut opens up into a diamond shape.

    Fold the other pages round until you

    have your booklet.

  • Name: __________________________________________ Date: ________________________________

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    Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Worksheet 5A

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    Can you add an adverbial at the beginning of each of these sentences? Think about the detail you could add using the adverbial: How is it being done? Where is it being done? When is it being done? Use the fronted adverbial booklet to help you.

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    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    Rhodopis washed the clothes and gathered

    reeds.

    Rhodopis’s skin burned red.

    Rhodopis watched as the falcon flew away with her

    slipper.

    The servant girls gave Rhodopis more work.

    Rhodopis danced for her animal friends.

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    __________________________

    Amasis dismissed the court to begin searching for the

    owner of the shoe.

    The falcon wheeled above the Pharaoh.

    The Pharaoh travelled to distant cities.

    Rhodopis hid from the royal barge.

    Amasis placed the shoe onto Rhodopis’s foot.

  • Name: __________________________________________ Date: ________________________________


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    • Place a paper clip on the spinner and hold the nib of a pencil at the centre so the paperclip can spin.

    • Spin the paperclip and use the adverbial it lands on for your sentence.

    Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Worksheet 5B

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    Use the spinner to choose an adverbial. Use this adverbial to create a sentence with a fronted adverbial. Don’t forget to use a comma!

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    _________________________________________________________________________

  • Name: __________________________________________ Date: ________________________________

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    Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Worksheet 5C

    Use the picture from The Egyptian

    Cinderella to inspire your sentences which must

    include fronted

    adverbials. You may like to write more than one per

    picture.

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    Tales of Ancient Egypt: Narrative Sentence Puzzle Pieces

    ,Hardly believing her eyes The servant girls teased Rhodopis.Rhodopis put on

    the rose-red slippers.

    Amasis decided to find the girl who

    owned the slipper.

    Amasis put the slipper on Rhodopis.

    Angrily

    Every day Beside the river

    Without thinking

    Late that night

    Bravely Carefully

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