I am learning to order chance statements correctly on a continuum.
I know I can do it when I can order chance statements correctly on a continuum.
Yesterday we focussed on things that will and won’t happen.
Today we are being introduced to the term ‘might happen’.
This term is a little different to the other 2.
If something might happen, it means there is a chance it could happen, but also a chance it may not happen, it is not definite.
Some examples of things that might happen today could include:
- It rains today (weather can be unpredictable so you never really know what will happen)
- Have pasta for dinner
- See a friend at the park
Watch this short video to learn more about will happen, might happen, and won’t happen:
In your scrapbook turn you page length ways (so that it is wide not tall).
Label these 3 headings across the top:
Will happen Might happen Won’t happen
Using the statements below, write the sentence underneath the heading where it belongs.
- Brush my teeth
- Go to the park
- Watch a movie with a cow
- Eat some ice-cream
- See my teacher
- Breathe fire
- Fall over
- Drink water
- Drive a car
Once you have written each sentence under the correct heading you will have 3 sentences for each, double check that you have this.