Procedural Writing.

WALHT write a procedure.

Something I learned about writing a procedure is where we have to make good instructions by having numbered steps.

Something I would like to do better is make them more interesting by putting more adverbs in it.

Here is my writing.

Jelly pops
How to make delicious jelly pops.

What do you need?
  • Jelly crystals
  • Party cups
  • Boiling water (1 cup)
  • Cold water (½ cup)
  • Fruit sticks
  • Measuring cup
  • Whisk
  • jug/bowl
1.Prepare the party cups upright on a flat surface.

2.Carefully pour 1 cup of boiling water into a jug or bowl WARNING ask adult to help.

3.Carefully tip jelly crystals into a jug or bowl.

4.Quickly dissolve jelly crystals with a whisk.

5.Add ½ cup of cold water into a jug or bowl.

6.Leave it for 15 minutes to set.

7.Carefully pour the jelly into the party cups.

8.Carefully add the fruit sticks into the jelly.

9.Slowly put the jelly into the freezer.

10.Carefully dip your jelly pops into some boiling water.

11.Then carefully take them out.

12.Enjoy your jelly pops.


We are learning salsa and hip hop at dance.
I enjoyed salsa because it's old fashioned.
I learned how to do cool moves like the basic step.


WALHT Interpret data and record our findings.
Something I learned was you need to find data by looking in books and then you need to record it.
Here is a photo of my learning.
My next step is to look in different places.


WALHT add a twist to our writing.
Here is my poem:

I didn't BUT I did.
I didn't see a flying puppy
I didn't see a talking frog
I didn't see real gold
BUT I did see Xanthe at the war memorial

I didn't eat a pony
I didn't eat my pillow
I didn't eat a bunny
BUT I did eat pancakes

I didn't go camping
I didn't go to Africa
I didn't become rich
BUT I did go to Clay Cliffs

Next time I would like to make it more creative by putting some more funny details in.