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For the past three weeks we have been learning the story of Pattan's Pumpkin. We have been building up to writing our own version of the story.

 

Here is the Dragon's class story map.

 

 Have a go a retelling the story to someone at home. Remember to use and add what you have learned in the past three weeks: expanded noun phrases, comparative adjectives, writing in role of Pattan.

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We have been learning our own class version of Rapunzel.

Can you retell the story to someone at home? Remember to add lots of wonderful expanded noun phrases for description.

Challenge: Can you use a possessive apostrophe in your story?

 

Rapunzel's beautiful, golden hair hanged down the side of the tower. The Witch's poisonous stick was powerful and magical.

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This week we have been learning ‘Quack’ said the Billy-goat by Charles Causley.

 

We have had a go at writing our own versions, some of us have tried to rhyme and alliteration to our poems.

 

Can you remember your poem and tell it to someone?

We have been learning the story of Farmer Duck. The children have created their very own story maps. See if they can read the map to you?

 

Can you add your own detail?

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We have been learning how to take notes. We having been writing non chronological reports about the animals in the Rainforest.

 

Can you read the facts and make notes of the important parts of the sentences?

 

 

Picture 1 Tigers are the largest wild cats in the world.
Picture 2 Orangutans mainly eat fruit and golden honey.
Picture 3 Proboscis Monkeys are surprisingly good swimmers.

We have been learning about the features in a non-chronological report.

 

Can you explain to your parents what each feature is for?

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We have been learning the story of Dick Whittington.

 

Why not have a go at reading our story map. Try reading it to mum and dad or someone in your house. Remember to add your wonderful adjectives to make the story interesting!

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