Friday 28th - Learning Update
Literacy Learning – Fairytale Project
How are you getting on with your story S for the fairytale that you have chosen? You might want to think about using some story language to help tell the story, such as:
- Once upon a time
- One day
- then, next, after that
- soon, later
- suddenly, all of a sudden
Once you've completed your story S for the fairytale that you have chosen you need to start practising the story making up your own actions and trying to use super story adjectives and time connectives. We will watch and listen to you perform when we get back to school.
Remember, the learning question:
- Can I tell a traditional tale orally?
As well as practising telling the story, you could try some of the activities below. You can choose which ones you like, but you only need to do one each day. Some of them might take longer than a day. It is better that they are done slowly and really well.
- Make a puppet to retell the story. (There are some ideas on Link & Learn for how this may be done.)
- Write a diary entry from one of the characters’ points of view.
- Produce a piece of artwork to show the story setting. This could be a collage, a painting, a drawing or other!
- Write a list of questions that you would like to ask one of the characters. Remember to use a question mark at the end of each question.
If you have more time:
On the left of the page here are some links. Phonics play will let you play 'Obb and Bob' and 'Buried Treasure'. Try Phase 3 and 4.
There is also a Maths link where you can add coins to the money box and work out how much money you have. Just like we did on Tuesday in class.
Take care everyone. I hope we will all be back together in school soon.
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