It’s Imitation Week down in Nursery so the children have been learning to retell Dear Zoo.
To help them remember the story, they have created their own story maps. How fantastic!
This term, Nursery are learning the classic story ‘Dear Zoo’.
If you are enjoying the story, and want to take part in more activities, then click here.
Look at the wonderful story map Nursery are using to learn to retell the story…
Reception have been learning all about riddle poetry.
First, the children had to guess what a riddle called ‘What am I?’ was about. They discovered, by thinking carefully about the descriptive language, that the riddle was about chicks.
After that, the children talked about the rules for writing their own ‘What am I?’ riddles by looking at the example. Here are some of the riddles the children wrote.
It’s Poetry Week at Robin Hood this week. To start the week, a published poet, Bernard Young, visited our school to work with Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Bernard performed his own poems including ‘Traffic Jam’ and then worked with every class to collect ideas for their own poems. Each class also has their very own signed book of all of Bernard’s poems.
If you would like to read more of Bernard’s poems click here.
Now that Nursery know the story of The Fluffy Chick, they have started to story map it together.
Look at how well they know this story!
With spring fast approaching, Nursery having been learning to retell the story of the Fluffy Chick. The author, Rod Campbell, also wrote Dear Zoo.
What a stunning story map!