“Vocabulary Day”. Year 1 used their Oracy skills to play “Heads Up”.
For their “Big Write” the children retold the story of “Lost and Found”. 🐧
Listening to poetry by Andy Tooze.
Creating a found poster about the penguin 🐧.
Sequencing the story “Lost and Found”.
The children used adjectives to describe Mr P and what items might be in his suitcase. 🐧 🧳
“Think, pair, share”.
“Lost and Found “. Today the children used their Oracy skills in describing the front cover of the text. They completed a think, pair and share task to discover words that described the picture.
“Lost and Found”. The children predicted what they thought the text would be about. They compiled a list of words to describe the front cover. After hearing the story, they sequenced it. The children thoroughly adored the story. 🐧❤️
“Lost and Found”. A special visitor arrived in class who seemed to be lost. The children wrote down adjectives to show the penguins feelings.
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