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Spring Week 8.

This week is World Book Week. There are lots of exciting activities planned for this week. 

 

Monday 1st March. Today, in our Zoom session, we will be hearing from an author, Sarah Oliver. She will be telling us all about some of her books and the activities that she has planned for us this week.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHbriE5hpm0&feature=youtu.be

Then we will listen to one of my favourite stories, and together we will complete the character description activity.

 

Task: 1.) To complete one of the differentiated character description sheets below from your favourite story.

           2.) Watch the You Tube link; The Best World Book Week Ever’ Picture book interactive reading session video (20 mins) https://youtu.be/Ex2sC0p9oFg  

Tuesday 2nd March. Today we will be discussing fiction and non-fiction books. We will look at the Power Point and complete the activities together.

Task: 1.) To complete the Fiction/Non-Fiction activity.

          2.) Watch the You Tube link from Sarah Oliver;

 https://youtu.be/BMea6U0f-rw " The Art of Writing a Picture book"

          3.) As an extra activity you might like to watch another of Sarah's stories; Pollyanne, the Incredible Donkey.

https://youtu.be/QdarHJWQvmg

Wednesday 3rd March.  

Today we are very lucky because we have a live zoom session with Sarah Oliver! This will replace our morning English lesson. Sarah has asked that the children have a pencil and paper ready to use. 

The session is at 1:00 pm and will last thirty minutes.

The zoom details are  Meeting ID:  923 247 0449      Password: pollyanne 

Thursday 4th March.  Today we will discuss yesterday's live zoom session with Sarah Oliver. We will then talk about our favourite stories and characters, then finish the session with a story.

 I have added lots of World Book Week activities below for you to choose from. Have fun! laugh

Friday 5th March. Complete the punctuation activities on the Power Point slideshow. You might also want to carry on with the World Book Week activities from yesterday.
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