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Ideal to teach modal verbs Upper KS2 when this objective is first introduced.

‘Modal verbs’ activity sheets with three levels of differentiation, includes a range of activities for children to identify how modal verbs are used within sentences.
‘Modal verbs’ passages, short paragraphs with three levels of differentiation children to identify the modal verbs used within sentences.
‘Modal verbs’ display cards for your class display.

National Curriculum Links

Statutory content to be introduced in Year 5 – Indicating degrees of possibility using modal verbs [for example, might, should, will, must]

Years 5 and 6 – Pupils should be taught to develop their understanding of the concepts set out in English Appendix 2 by using modal verbs to indicate degrees of possibility.


* Modal verbs: should, would, will, may, can, could, might, must and shall.
* Modal verbs: includes the above and wouldn’t, shouldn’t, won’t, can’t and mustn’t, in single and some multi-clause sentences.
* Modal verbs: includes the above and ought to, in multi-clause sentences. Classifying the modal verbs into
positive and negative as well as by certainty and possibility.

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Last Update: 5th April 2022
Released: 5th April 2022