We use subordinating conjunctions to add details to sentences describing when, where or why something happens.
For the next few days, we are going to revise how to write sentences that give the reader detail about WHY things happen using the subordination conjunctions 'because', 'so that' and 'if'.
Let's look at an example:
I got a prize today. I did amazing work.
We can join the two sentences and replace the full stop in the middle with the subordinating conjunction 'because'.
I got a prize today because I did amazing work.
Now it's your turn. Can you join these two sentences using the word because? Talk to the person next to you. If you are at home, share your ideas with an adult in your house.
My dad took me to DINO WORLD. It was my birthday.