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Monday 7th June 2021

Reading festival

 

Today we are participating in a reading festival. We are focusing on the author Julia Donaldson. Listen to each story below, then fill in the Julia Donaldson map with your favourite parts from each story.

The Smartest Giant in Town

A Squash and a Squeeze

The Gruffalo's Child

Stickman

The Gruffalo

Tuesday 8th June 2021 

LO: To participate in a discussion about what is read to me, take turns and listen to what others say.

 

Look at the front cover below. Answer the questions with an adult to create a mind map.

Now listen to the story up until the part where the phone rings.

 

📚 BEEGU - ALEXIS DEACON - STORY TIME READ ALOUD - BOOKS FOR KEY STAGE 1 - FUN BOOKS FOR KIDS - SPACE

This 'out of this world book' is a wonderful story time read aloud for key stage 1 children. Beegu is lost and needs to find his way home. Enjoy this fun boo...

On each page listen to and respond to how Beegu is feeling. Fill in the listen and respond grid with your ideas and thoughts. 

Wednesday 9th June 2021 

LO: To use and to join sentences together.

📚 BEEGU - ALEXIS DEACON - STORY TIME READ ALOUD - BOOKS FOR KEY STAGE 1 - FUN BOOKS FOR KIDS - SPACE

Watch the video until it says "she needed to find some friends."

Today we are going to create the perfect friend for Beegu. Think about what qualities you look for in a friend and fill in the planning grid below.

Now write about the friend using the conjunction and. 

Remember that both parts of the sentence need to make sense.

EG Tim has blue eyes and Tim has dark, brown hair.

Tim enjoys playing football and he also enjoys dancing.

 

Thursday 10th June 2021 

LO: To use the suffix 'ing' within my writing.

📚 BEEGU - ALEXIS DEACON - STORY TIME READ ALOUD - BOOKS FOR KEY STAGE 1 - FUN BOOKS FOR KIDS - SPACE

Watch the video until it says "she needed to find some friends"

What do you notice about these words?

singing
talking
cooking 
climbing 
playing
crying
eating

 

They all have the suffix ing.

 

Today we will be using words with the suffix ing to describe the new friend. Refer back to name of your friend from yesterday. 

 

Examples

He really enjoys climbing up the frame at the park with his friends.

Tim is excellent at singing lots of different songs.

Friday 11th June 2021

LO: To sequence sentences to form short narratives. 

 

Today we are going to create a character profile for the new friend we have created. 

Remember your writing must include:

 

Capital letters

Full stops

Spaces between words

and / other conjunctions

the suffix ing

 

Use the frame below to help structure your writing.

 

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