Newspaper Report Writing Dice Activity

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  • Extra challenge for early finishers

    , Sep 6th
This handy worksheet features everything you will need to write a newspaper report. Roll a dice and the number it lands on will correspond with a keyword, subject, headline style and features of the article, great for inspiring your children!
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