This year, we have been enjoying our Reading for Enjoyment lessons in the library. We spend the first part of our lesson choosing a library book and sharing it with our friends, and the next part of the lesson discovering classic books, authors, poems and more.
Here are Year 4 sharing their book choices:
The staff and children have been taking part in a book corner competition. All classes have designed and created their own book corners, based on a story or theme they like. Some amazing book corners have been created and it was very difficult to choose a winner because they are all so fabulous. However, the winner is 5DF!
Congratulations! Your prize will be with you soon.
Do you love reading? Would you like more activities about the books that you have read?
Click on the link below and you will find lots of reading activities and recommendations of books you may like.
Parents/Carers, this is a great website to support your children and encourage reading for pleasure. It has some fabulous ideas and even gives you discussion points for specific books.
On Wednesday 13th September it is Roald Dahl Day. We remember Roald Dahl and his wonderful world by celebrating his birthday.
At Robin Hood we are going to learn lots about his life, his inspiration for writing and share some of our favourite stories and rhymes.
Would you like to know more about Roald Dahl? If so, click on the link below and you can learn lots more about this inspirational man and complete some book activities.
Roald Dahl Day
As unbelievable as it seems, Monday 26th June marks 20 years since the iconic Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was first published.
When I was a child my favourite story was The Little Match Stick Girl