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Monday 12th April 2021                            

LO: To begin to punctuate sentences using a question mark.

Look at the front cover of our next text Supertato. What can you see? What would you like to find out?

Now use the question hand to write five questions about what you would like to find out. Try and use each question word once.

 

Remember to use:

  • capital letters at the start of sentences
  • question marks at the end of your sentence
  • a capital letter for Supertato because it is a name

 

Here are some examples.

Where does Supertato live?

Who is the small pea?

Wednesday 14th April 2021 

 LO: To use prior knowledge, context and vocabulary provided to understand texts.

Read the blurb.

Meet Supertato! He's always there for you when the chips are down. He's the supermarket superhero with eyes everywhere - but now there's a pea on the loose. A very, very naughty pea. Has Supertato finally met his match?

 

From the blurb we can gather some information. I know that he spends lots of time in the supermarket. Today we are going to write what Supertato might see in the supermarket. Think about a time you have been to a supermarket. What did you see?

 

You might find it useful to use this sentence starter as a prompt.

I think Supertato will see ...........................

 

Remember to use:

  • capital letters at the start of sentences
  • full stops at the end of your sentence
  • spaces between words
  • a capital letter for Supertato because it is a name

Thursday 15th April 2021             

LO: To use prior knowledge, context and vocabulary provided to understand texts.

Listen to our key text, Supertato!

Books Alive! Read aloud the first instalment of the ground breaking, earth shattering superhero franchise - SUPERTATO! By Sue Hendra and Paul LinnetMore funn...

After you have listened to the story, tell your adult everything you can remember. Think about:

  • the characters in the story
  • where the story was set
  • what happened at the beginning, middle and end

 

Now we are going to write five sentences about what happened in the story. This can be in any order.

Here is an example.

In the story someone stuck carrot to the conveyor belt. 

 

 

Remember to use:

  • capital letters at the start of sentences
  • full stops at the end of your sentence
  • spaces between words
  • a capital letter for Supertato because it is a name

Friday 16th April 2021           

 LO: To sequence sentences to form short narratives.

Today we are writing a short book review. If you need to listen to the story again, access the link from yesterday. 

 

Below is a template of a book review.With an adult complete each section.

Remember to use:

  • capital letters at the start of sentences
  • full stops at the end of your sentence
  • spaces between words
  • a capital letter for Supertato because it is a name

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