Procedural Writing

WALHT write a procedure.
Something I would like to do better is using adverbs to show how.
Something I learned about writing a procedure is using adverbs is important.
Here is my writing.


Jelly Pops
How to make tasty jelly pops.

What do you need?
  • Jelly crystals.
  • Party cups.
  • Boiling water(1 cup). WARNING ask a adult for help.
  • Cold water(1/2)cup).
  • Fruit sticks.
  • Whisk.
  • Jug/bowl


1. Prepare party cups on a flat table.
2.Carefully Pour boiling water into a jug/bowl.

3.Pour the jelly crystals into the meshing jug.

4. Slowly dissolve the jelly crystals with the whisk.

5.Safely  pour the cold water into the meshing jug.

6.Leave the jug on a bench  for 15 minutes.

7. Slowly pour the jelly into the  party cups.

8.Take a fruit stick and put it into a party cup.

9.Put the party cups in the fridge to set.



WALT Display data in a pictograph.
Something I learned was using a key to explain a pictograph.
Here is a photo of my learning.
My next step is using different categories.



We are learning how to do the hip hop and salsa.
My favourite  part was the part when we stuck our arms out and crossed our arms.
The hardest part was when Te Paea turned around and me holding on to her finger.


WALT:  Add a twist to our writing
Here is my poem.

I didn't pour gravy on the baby.
I didn't stick my toes up his nose.
I didn't put beer in his ears.
But I did go crazy on my tablet.

I didn't eat worm stew.
I didn't eat slugs in a mug.
I didn't eat snails on toast.
But I did eat noodles.

I didn't see ghost bears.
I didn' tsee zombie dogs.
I didn't see evil cats.
But I did see my auntie.

Next time I would like to make longer sentences.