Mashed Potato Sculpting - Punctuation
WALT: use a range of punctuation, including full stops, capital letters, commas, exclamation marks, question marks, speech marks and apostrophes.
WALT: separate ideas to create new paragraphs that focus on one main point.
Read the paragraph in box one, then in box two add in the right punctuation and paragraphs.
Full stops: 10 capital letters: 14 commas: 4 exclamation marks: 0 question marks: 0 speech marks: 0 apostrophes: 0 paragraphs: 3
mashed potato sculpting originated in Auckland new Zealand in 2014 it was invented by a great teacher named miss garden the aim of the game is to sculpt an amazing piece of art using mashed potatoes the equipment you will need is a plate of freshly mashed potatoes and a flat surface to work on mashed potato sculpting is held indoors this is because the mashed potato needs to be in room temperature perfect for sculpting this is an individual event there are five competitors competing at one time each player has two minutes to sculpt a master piece from mashed potatoes competitors must only use the the mashed potato on their own plate players who touch or steal potato from other competitors are immediately disqualified
Mashed potato sculpting originated in Auckland New Zealand in 2014. It was invented by a great teacher named Miss Garden. The aim of the game is to sculpt an amazing piece of art using mashed potatoes.
The equipment you will need is a plate of freshly mashed potatoes, and a flat surface to work on. Mashed potatoes sculpting is held indoors. This is because the mashed potatoes, needs to be in room temperature perfect for sculpting.
This is an individual event, there are five competitors competing at one time. Each player has two minutes to sculpt a master piece from mashed potatoes. Competitors must only use the mashed potatoes on their own plate. Players who touch or steal potatoes from other competitors, are immediately disqualified.