The closing is like saying goodbye.
But care should be taken to make sure that all the questions in the original letters are answered. A naughty girl had broken into his home, eaten his porridge; broken a chair and then gone to sleep on his child's bed.
Will outdoor clothing be needed if the weather is bad? Pass your letters around for the students to see. Add the closing, circle it, and write "closing" next to it. This would link into the KS2 science curriculum and could act as a revision exercise giving an opportunity for a discussion about gases and liquids.
Include telephone number and email if available Greeting — There are several variations that can be used depending on how well you know the person: Dear Mary, Hi Mary, Greetings Complimentary close — short comment, for example Love, Lots of love, With thanks, See you soon Typical layout of an informal letter Tips for writing good letters Make sure that they are well written.
What would he say? Consider how they would feel living in a land of snow and ice all year round?
What are the problems of living amid all that snow and ice? Tell students that a letter must have a closing, and the feet are the closing of the letter. Learn the Format Leave about an inch space or border all the way around the letter making it easier to read.
There are plenty of examples — birthday parties, Christmas parties, a visit to a beach with friends; going out to a farm or to the cinema, a wedding or when a new baby is christened; or simply inviting a friend to stay overnight at your house. How does Santa Claus occupy his time for the rest of the year?