In KS2, pupils are expected to use a range of co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions to create multi-clause sentences. This display pack includes posters for a range of subordinating conjunctions that could be used, with example sentences that contain each conjunction and a challenge activity.
The posters could be used as part of a working wall, encouraging pupils to answer the challenge questions and add examples of sentences they have read or written themselves that include each conjunction to create an interactive display.
Which conjunctions are included in this resource?
What are conjunctions?
A conjunction links words, phrases or clauses and is a type of cohesive device. They can be co-ordinating or subordinating and are used to form multi-clause sentences.
What is a subordinating conjunction?
A subordinating conjunction introduces a subordinate clause to add information to a sentence with the term ‘subordinate clause’ introduced in year 3.
National Curriculum programme of study links
- Pupils should be taught to develop their understanding of the concepts set out in English Appendix 2 by extending the range of sentences with more than one clause by using a wider range of conjunctions, including when, if, because, although