Listen to Mr Beard read the sequel to last weeks story. In The Day the Crayons Came Home we find out about the adventures of all the different colours in the crayon box and where they have been and what they have been up to.
23/11/30 The Day the Crayons Quit
We hope you enjoy Mr Beard reading the story of The Day the Crayons Quit. What things do each crayon want to happen? What will happen in the end?
16/11/20 The Colour Monster
Join Mrs Hall as she shares one of our favourite stories that explore feelings with a lovable monster.
9/11/20 The Story of Rama and Sita
This week is a very special time for Hindus and Sikhs all around the world. They will be celebrating Diwali, this story reminds us why they celebrate it. We will read it in class and have activities linked to the story and other activities related to Hindu traditions.
We hope you enjoy this story. We will have lots of fun activities linked to the story. Elmer is different from the other elephants and at the end of the story they celebrate being different. What makes you different? Is there anything that only you can do that no-one else can?
12/10/20 Oliver's Fruit Salad
This week we are reading the sequel to last weeks story, Oliver’s Fruit Salad follows Oliver’s journey whilst trying new and different fruits. How many different fruits can you name? How many have you tired before?
5/10/20 Oliver's Vegetables by Vivian French
Our story this week is Oliver's Vegetables by Vivian French. We will be thinking about healthy eating and naming different vegetables.
28/9/20 Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson
This week we will be reading Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson in class and lots of our work will be based upon the story and characters. You could try some of your own activities at home based upon the story too.
Oxford Reading Tree - Meet the Family
This week we are learning about families. Meet the Robinson family; mum, dad, Biff, Chip and Kipper.
14/9/20 Five Minutes Peace
This week our story is Five Minutes Peace by Jill Murphy. We will be thinking about our families and looking at the Large family in the story.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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