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Relative Clauses Year 5 Grammar Worksheets Lesson Pack

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This powerful KS2 grammar resources pack provides everything you need to teach a series of five lessons on relative clauses in Year 5, culminating in an extended writing task where children can use their grammatical understanding in context.

This primary resource pack includes:

  • Relative clauses PowerPoint
    With explanations, examples and activities to introduce this topic to your class
  • Relative clauses words and phrases PDF cards
    Come in three sizes: A4, A5 and small
  • Relative clauses PDF title cards
    Come in three sizes: A4, A5 and small
  • Challenge sheet
    Underline the relative clauses, add relative clauses to sentences, rewrite sentences to include a relative clauses, and use the image provided to write a short passage that includes relative clauses
  • Uplevelling sheet
    Rewrite the sentences to make them more interesting. Make sure to use relative clauses as well as other writing techniques
  • Writing plan
    Includes an image and writing prompts to plan a short story
  • Teacher’s notes

What is a relative clause?

Relative clauses provide extra information about a noun, and are introduced by relative pronouns (eg who, that, where).

Relative clause examples

  • The boy who brought the cakes.
  • The lady who lives in the house with the red door.
  • The road which bends to the left.
  • The dress that I wore to the party last week.

National Curriculum English programme of study links

Using relative clauses beginning with who, which, where, when, whose, that or with an implied (ie omitted) relative pronoun

  • PowerPoint
  • Relative clauses worksheet
  • Nouns and adverbial phrases cards
  • Title cards, various sizes
  • Writing plan
  • Uplevelling writing sheet
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