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Class Attendance
  • Earhart 100%
  • Attenborough 98.3%
  • Lovelace 91.7%
  • Pankhurst 97%
  • Parks 94.1%
  • Owens 96%
  • Goodall 98.1%
  • Gandhi 98.6%
  • Frank 91.9%
  • Hawking 93.3%
  • Ali 86.2%
  • Thunberg 90.4%
  • Luther-King 95.7%
  • Kahlo 84%
Overall Attendance: 0

English

New book: 

 

Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

 

Here are some writing activities that you can do based on the book:

  • Using the front cover write some predictions about what you think the story might be about
  • Create a lost and found poster for the penguin
  • Write a postcard from the boy to his family at home
  • Create your own character (an animal) that is missing, write a description about their appearance and personality
  • Describe a setting or habitat that your character lives in, or goes to
  • Write a story with your own character about a journey they could go on

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meerkat Mail

After you have watched this video have a go at some of these activities:

 

  • Draw a picture of Sunny
  • Write a description of the desert
  • Find out some interesting facts about meerkats
  • Predict where Sunny goes next
  • Describe a new place Sunny could visit
  • Write a postcard to share information about his new place
  • Draw a picture of his new place

A House That Once Was

 

 

Deep in the woods
is a house
just a house
that once was
but now isn’t
a home.

Who lived in that house? Who walked down its hallways? Why did they leave it, and where did they go?

Two children set off to find the answers, piecing together clues found, books left behind, forgotten photos, discarded toys, and creating their own vision of those who came before.

 

The children are currently enjoying reading this story. We have created some beautiful illustrations with our fingers to imitate those in the story and we are currently writing poetry about where the family could be. 

 

Below I have attached an activity pack that you and your children can do together at home based on our story. I have also put some rhyming activities that you could do to help them with our learning in school.

Use the link below to listen to the story:

A choice of activities you can complete:

 

  • Create your own main character and describe them
  • Design and describe the giant or your own giant
  • What is in your tin?
  • Design a label for your tin
  • Write the start of the story with your own ideas
  • Write the middle part of your story
  • Write the end of your own story
Class Dojo
  • Earhart:
  • Attenborough:
  • Lovelace:
  • Pankhurst:
  • Parks:
  • Owens:
  • Goodall:
  • Gandhi:
  • Frank:
  • Hawking:
  • Ali:
  • Thunberg:
  • Luther-King:
  • Kahlo:
Class Attendance
  • Earhart 100%
  • Attenborough 98.3%
  • Lovelace 91.7%
  • Pankhurst 97%
  • Parks 94.1%
  • Owens 96%
  • Goodall 98.1%
  • Gandhi 98.6%
  • Frank 91.9%
  • Hawking 93.3%
  • Ali 86.2%
  • Thunberg 90.4%
  • Luther-King 95.7%
  • Kahlo 84%
Overall Attendance: 0
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